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Too Much of a Good Thing
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Event

Christmas 2013 Event

Release date

December 10, 2013

Number of quests

20

Too Much of a Good Thing is the main quest from the Christmas 2013 Event. It has 20 parts, making it one of the longest quest chains in the game, but still has under half the amount of quests in The Krusty-est Place on Earth.

QuestsEdit

Quest Requirements Time
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 1 Build the Present Depot --
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 2 Collect Presents (x10) --
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 3  Make Homer make a Snowman
Make Lisa Make Snow Angels
16h
6h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 4 Make Apu Set up a Git Card Promotion 8h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 5 Make Ned Buy New Throw Pillows 12h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 6 Make Apu Celebrate Pancha Ganapati 8h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 7 Make Cletus Count Up Family Members 24h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 8 Make Krusty Use Credit to Pay Off Credit 16h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 9 Make Milhouse Build a House of Gift Cards 12h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 10 Make Springfielders Eat at a Restaurant (x12) 4h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 11 Build Moe's Tavern
Make Springfielders Enjoy a Beer (x12)
4h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 12 Make Springfielders Shop for Loved Ones (x12) 6h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 13 Make Lisa Ponder the Meaning Of The Holidays 24h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 14 Make Springfielders Overeat (x12) 8h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 15 Make Springfielders Drink Too Much (x12) 8h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 16 Make Springfielders Stampede Stores (x12) 12h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 17 Make Lisa Destroy Gift Cards 60m
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 18 Make Lisa Hide from Springfielders
Make Homer Hide from Springfielders
Make Springfielders Hunt for the Simpsons (x12)
24h
24h
8h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 19 Make Lisa Read Fine Print 12h
Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 20 Collect Presents (x50) --

DialogueEdit

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 1Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "The Holidays are here again? It seems like only yesterday I was tapping on my house and changing the design from “Christmas” to “plain.”
"And so much snow!"
Lisa Icon "Hey, EA! Ever hear of global warming. The whole “White Christmas” thing doesn’t really happen anymore."
Homer Icon "Lisa, everyone knows EA is overrun with global warming deniers.

Every cent of profit from their games goes to support anti-environment think thanks. Fun fact!"

Lisa Icon "There’s a big crate outside our house addressed to “Resident.” Is that for us?
Homer Icon "Well, I don’t mean to brag, but…yeah, it’s true. Your old man is a “Resident.” Been one my whole life. It’s pretty sweet."
"Sorry we never told you you’re descended from Residents. Your mother and I didn't want it to go to your head."
"You’d naturally want to lord it over other, less-fortunate kids at school."
Lisa Icon "Yeah, thanks a bunch, I really just want to know what’s inside the crate."

EndEdit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "Two thousand bucks shipping and handling for just a funny-looking metal coat rack?"
Lisa Icon "It’s a Christmas Tree….I think"

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 2Edit

Character Dialogue
Lisa Icon "There’s a memo attached to the bottom of the purchase order slip"
“Dear Resident, due to a stack overflow error with the Naughty/Nice record of one Bartholomew J. Simpson, all of Springfield has been erroneously rated “Naughty” for the last ten years.”
"To rectify the situation, Claus Co is required to provide presents for the town of Springfield until this deficit has been made up."
"Please accept this present delivery depot. Best Regards, The Claus Co Public Relations Department. Also, Global Warming is a hoax."
Homer Icon "Stupid stack overflow errors! Hey programmers, give your recursive functions the correct termination conditions! Sheesh!"
Lisa Icon "Uh, Dad? How do you know any of those words?"
Homer Icon "I don’t! But the people who write for me are colossal nerds. They think stuff like that’s hilarious. Stupid nerds!"

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 3Edit

Character Dialogue
Lisa Icon "They’re full of gift cards…"
Homer Icon "I love getting gift cards! They let me choose the gift I want."
"Or, I can put them in a dresser drawer, forget they exist, and get nothing. Which is what happens 99.9% of the time. The choice is mine!"
Lisa Icon "They say they’re redeemable at a store called “Claus Co”."
Homer Icon "Claus Co? Never heard of them . But then again, there’s lots of things I’ve never heard of."
"Like the Higgs Boson, for example. I’ve sure never heard of that thing!"
"Anyway, free stuff is free stuff. Let’s celebrate!"

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 4Edit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "Hey, Apu! Can I pay for stuff at your store with Claus Co gift cards?"
Apu Icon "Do you think me a fool? Those gift cards are a totally unknown commodity. They could be worthless tomorrow."
"The U.S. dollar, on the other hand, is worthless today. Of couse I'll take your mystery cards! I'd be a fool not to!"

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 5Edit

Character Dialogue
Ned Icon "Yee-haw! Look at all this money! I’m rich! Rich, rich, rich!"
"And I’ll use my newfound wealth to help the needy! Because they’re poor! Poor, poor, poor!"
Lisa Icon "Mr. Flanders, your charitable impulses are admirable. But everyone is being bombarded with free money."
"Why not spend those gift cards on yourself for once?"
Ned Icon "Well, there is one purchase I've been dreaming of. But it’s so totally indulgent..."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 6Edit

Character Dialogue
Apu Icon "Ah, Christmas. That frenetic orgy of desperate, credit-ruining spending. How it warms the heart of the non-Christian shop owner."
"If these Jesus Boosters just enjoyed the season, it would be fine. But they’re miserable. Every last one of them."
"Yoo-hoo! Christians! Your silly holidays make no sense!"
"Now, in honor of the Hindu celebration of Pancha Ganapati, I leave this offering of fruit to the five-faced elephant god, Ganesha. Because that’s just common sense."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 7Edit

Character Dialogue
Cletus Icon "I done collected me a truckload of these here gift cards."
"I's got more money than God!"
"I refer, of course, to the Hillbilly God. His name is Zeb, and he’s poor on account of his best pig got hit by lightning."
"This year I can buy something for all my kin."
"All my 1,549 siblings, uncles, aunts, cousins, nephews, nieces and various combinations of the above"

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 8Edit

Character Dialogue
Krusty Icon "What, so now everyone’s rich? Not just me? How is that fair?"
"I worked hard my whole life, stealing from talented comics everywhere."
"How am I gonna know I’m better than everyone else if I don’t have loads more money?"
Sideshow Mel Icon "In what sense are you rich? You owe millions to the mob!"
Krusty Icon "How do you know about my gambling debts?"
Sideshow Mel Icon "You've been very frank about it in your act. It’s fertile comedic ground. I’m not sure why the children respond to it, but they do."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 9Edit

Character Dialogue
Milhouse Icon "Gift cards everywhere! This year, I can afford to have the kind of Christmas I’ve only dreamed of!"
"Halls decked to perfection, figgy pudding bursting with figs, wassail freaking everywhere."
"Everybody donning their gayest apparel, songs of good cheer around the piano, until Dad says something that Mom mishears as a crack about her weight, and then the mood gets icy real fast..."
"Actually, it all sounds pretty terrible. Think I’m going to find another use for these cards.

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 10Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "Come on, kids! The Simpsons are eating out tonight!"
Lisa Icon "What’s the occasion?"
Homer Icon "The happiest occasion there is: money. Only a colossal sucker eats at home when he has money!"
Lisa Icon "I thought you liked mom’s cooking."
Homer Icon "I love it! And wherever we go, the food won’t measure up."
"It will taste worse, yet be loaded with calorie-rich, high-fat gunk from parts of animals we’d rather not know exist."
"Yet none of that matters. Because I will be served by someone who laughs at my jokes and pretends I’m wonderful."
"All because they want some of my charming money."
"And don’t forget — the kiddies get off-brand crayons! And paper placemats with word searches, and mazes..."
Lisa Icon "I do like mazes..."

When Sending Springfielders to Eat at a RestaurantEdit

Character Dialogue
Apu Icon "Come on, octuplets. Let’s do put another “Kids eat Free!” restaurant out of business!"
Cletus Icon ""I hope they prepare my Possum tableside."
Comic Book Guy Icon ""I will have the Soylent Green. And a bottle of your finest Slurm."
Homer Icon "To speed up the evening, I’d like a table close to the kitchen, and an ambulance parked right outside."
Kang Icon "There’s something magical about being served your food by your food."
Kodos Icon "I ENJOY PAN-ASIAN CUISINE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Krusty Icon "Gimme the most expensive item on the menu, smothered in melted the second-most-expensive-item-on-the-menu."
Moe Icon "I have never tasted un-turpentined wine."
Ned Icon "Even Jesus ate out once in a while towards the end."
Otto Icon "I’ll start with a bowl of the color blue. For my main course, I’d like to watch “Strange Brew” with your coolest busboy."
"For dessert, the entire world holding hands and experiencing perfect knowingness."
Professor Frink Icon "I am working on a nutritious, lab-grown, food-replacement powder that will render restaurants obsolete. Full disclosure."
Skinner Icon "Don’t expect me to thank you. An evening with Mother is joyless no matter the setting."
Willie Icon "If I had enough whiskey, I’ll believe anything is haggis. Remember this simple rule, and the evening will go better."

EndEdit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "I'm pretty sure that was the meal that kills me. And I couldn't be happier."
Lisa Icon "No offense, Dad, but watching you and everyone in that restaurant gorge themselves was kind of disgusting."
Homer Icon "Couldn't be happier..."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 11Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Moe Icon "Moe's is packed! This whole town is drunk!"
Homer Icon "We couldn't afford it till now. When money’s no object, why would anyone choose to be sober?"
"We're all super charming and fun now! And, yes, vehicular homocides have ticked up. But when you’re drunk, it just doesn't matter."
Moe Icon "I had no idea my prices were forcing everyone into horrible, sobriety. I gotta make up for that!"
"Hey, everybody! Drinks on the house!"

When sending Springfielders to Enjoy a BeerEdit

Character Dialogue
Apu Icon "Wait, you have to be 21 to buy beer? Oh, boy. I have almost certainly ruined many young lives."
Brockman Icon "Local newsman gets drunk and swings by his ex-wife’s house, only to discover she has definitely moved on. Story at eleven."
Cletus Icon "My Pappy had a saying: “Alkey-hall yum.” Words to live by."
Comic Book Guy Icon "One Romulan Ale, please. If you do not carry the real thing, a reasonable facsimile is Coors Light and green food coloring."
Homer Icon "I will drink your free beer. If that makes me a hero, so be it."
Kang Icon "Alcohol has no effect on Rigellians. I drink only to look cool."
Kodos Icon "I APPLAUD YOUR CRAFT BEER MOVEMENT!!!!!!!!"
Moe Icon "You picked me for this job?! Check the name on the sign. You know I get free beer all the time, right?"
Ned Icon "Let’s all raise a glass of this sinful devil’s brew, whose poisonous lies leadeth us astray from the path of — hey! Where’s everybody going?"
Professor Frink Icon "I am also working on a beer-replacement powder that will render alcohol obsolete. Full disclosure."
Sideshow Mel Icon "For a quart of ale is a dish for a king! — William Shakespeare. “What he said!” — Sideshow Mel"
Skinner Icon "I do some of my best mimeographing when I’m drunk."
Willie Icon "Hurry up! I can’t face mopping the boys bathroom sober."

EndEdit

Character Dialogue
Moe Icon "That’s funny. I thought giving away beer to my neighbors would make me feel good. But, nope."
"It's nice to know I haven't been missing out on anything. Okay, you drunks. Prices just doubled!"

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 12Edit

Character Dialogue
Bart Icon "Okay, Mom, here's my Christmas list, along with attached appendices."
"I've included an index at the back, and on page 45 you’ll find a glossary of common BB gun terms."
Lisa Icon "Bart, don’t you think that's a bit excessive? Even by your standards?"
Marge Icon "Oh, I think we can afford to live a little, Lisa."
"What they hey! This year, there is no budget! The sky’s the limit!"
Homer Icon "When it's free, we can buy as much of your love as we want!"

When sending Springfielders to Shop for Loved OnesEdit

Character Dialogue
Apu Icon "The fact everything is free in no way improves the experience of shopping for eight toddlers."
Cletus Icon "No more diggin’ in the trash for mah family. From now on, I gets mah trash from big box stores!"
Comic Book Guy Icon "I have no idea what real adults buy."
Dr. Nick Icon "Your loved one just died on my examining table. It sometimes happens when a doctor has to take a patient’s pulse."
Hans Moleman Icon "What is the inside of a store like?"
Homer Icon "Marge needs a new dress. Something adventurous. Unexpected. outside the box, if you will. I wonder if she’d look good in green..."
Kang Icon "All Rigelians suffer from a crippling shopping addiction."
Kodos Icon "I WILL INVEST IN A GOOD PAIR OF JEANS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!"
Krusty Icon "I’ll take aisles 4 through 6. A team of unpaid interns from Emerson will sort it all out once I get it home."
Moe Icon "I bet you think the concept of “loved ones” is totally foreign to me."
"If you’re so smart, why don’t you tell me what a loved one is? And go slow — I’m taking copious notes."
Rev. Lovejoy Icon "If there’s a commandment against coveting your neighbors possessions, I’ve never heard of it!"
Smithers Icon "My only loved one is a desiccated old monster who thinks only of doing evil. I’m the luckiest man on earth!"
Carl Icon "I need a gift for Lenny, but it's so hard shopping for the man who has nothing."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 13Edit

Character Dialogue
Marge Icon "Hey, Lisa, what’s the matter, sweetie? You look upset."
Lisa Icon "Something doesn't feel right about these gift cards, mom. They’re bringing out the worst in all of us."
Marge Icon "Try not to think about it. Here, have some egg nog."
Lisa Icon "Thanks. Hey! This nog taste like Dad smells when he comes home from Moe’s. Did you spike my drink?"
Marge Icon "No! Of course not! You’re a child! Now finish that glass. It’ll cheer you right up. And, uh, maybe don’t operate a motor vehicle for the next two hours."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 14Edit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "Hey Wiggum! You want a sandwich? I bought a dozen of them. You know, like the rich guy I now am."
"Rich guys always buy as much of something as possible, so you can tell them apart from poors. I think it’s one of the wealthy’s best qualities."
Wiggum Icon "Thanks. Hey, have you noticed that when you don’t have to work for a living, you end up with a lot of time to kill?"
Homer Icon "Well, I find eating sandwiches to be a rewarding way to fill the time."
"Other people may turn to reading, or spending time with loved one. But as for me, sandwiches."
Wiggum Icon "I never realized you were so wise. I guess your wisdom gets lost beneath the innumerable dumb things you do and say."
Homer Icon "Whaaaggub?"
Wiggum Icon "Nevermind. Keep eating, friend. Keep eating."

When sending Springfielders to OvereatEdit

Character Dialogue
Apu Icon "America has taught me so much about overeating. Time to put it all into action."
Brockman Icon "My greatest gift as a newsman? All my weight gain occurs below desk-height."
Comic Book Guy Icon "I assume you have some sort of machine back there that supersizes meals? Run my French fries through it ten times."
Duffman Icon "Everything goes better with the great taste of Duff! So that’s my order: everything."
Grampa Icon "This will quite possibly kill me!"
Homer Icon "You heard me — I’ll have the entire dessert cart."
Kang Icon "Foolish humans! Your Cookies ‘n’ Cream is your only worthy creation!"
Kodos Icon "EVERYTHING IS BETTER FRIED!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Ned Icon ""The Bible says, “Every moving thing that liveth shall be meat for you.” I’m just doing the Man Upstairs’ work."
Rev. Lovejoy Icon "Yeah, well there’s no commandment against eating till you puke, either."
Agnes Icon "Cut everything with Metamucil and let God sort 'em out!"
Herman Icon "I'm still in better health than most of these lazy slobs."
Sea Captain Icon "Thar be the white whale! ...is what I'll say next time I look in the mirror."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 15Edit

Character Dialogue
Barney Icon "Another round, bartender!"
Moe Icon "Can't... lift... another... mug."
"Town... too alcoholic... for one bartender... to serve."

When sending Springfielders to Drink Too MuchEdit

Character Dialogue
Agnes Icon "Tap on somebody else! I’m drinking!"
Barney Icon *BELCH!*
Comic Book Guy Icon "Where are the busty wenches? Is this a Renn Fair, or isn’t it?"
Kodos Icon "ME DRINK NOW!!!!!!!!!!"
Miss Springfield Icon *BUURRPP* "Give me another beer, morality clause be damned!"
Mrs. Krabappel Icon "I just teach better with a crippling hangover."
Rev. Lovejoy Icon "I know a lot of people say this, but I totally pray better after a few drinks."
The Rich Texan Icon "Anyone want to see what I’m like when I’m even less inhibited? No? Too bad!"
Maude Icon "Get a few beers in me, and I'll haunt anything."
Ned Icon "The Bible says Every boozy liquid that liveth shall be drink for you, I'm Paraphrasing,of course."
Cletus Icon "How much of this beer stuff do I have ta drink before I goes blind? Come on!"

                                        

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 16Edit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "Everybody get up! It's time to go shopping! We need to get to those sales!"
Bart Icon "Sales? Dad, it’s 6 AM and money has lost all meaning so sales are pointless. Also 6 AM."
Homer Icon "If we wait 'til 7, we'll miss all the pushing, shoving and rioting! And Christmas will be ruined."

When sending Springfielders to Stampede StoresEdit

Character Dialogue
Hank Scorpio Icon "I love a good riot! Reminds me of my time at Guantanamo Bay. Great accommodations, terrible meal plan."
Herman Icon "Guerrilla warfare is the only way to deal with mass enemies like this. I’ll die before I miss out on a sale on one-armed T-shirts."
Kodos Icon "ALL YOUR DVD PLAYERS ARE BELONG TO US!!!!!!!!!"
Mr. Burns Icon "A gentle breeze can leave me hospitalized. This will not end well."
Otto Icon "It will be some time before I realize I forgot my wallet."
Professor Frink Icon "I have created a computer model that predicts crowd flow, this giving me a decided– good glayvin! So much pushing!"
Smithers Icon "A lot of repressed rage is about to come out. Please look away."
Snake Icon "I look forward to robbing you in the parking lot."
Wiggum Icon "I’m a sworn officer of the law, yes. But I’m also a greedy dude with a gun."
Willie Icon "My people were killing each other for no reason centuries ago!"

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 17Edit

Character Dialogue
Lisa Icon "Look at what these holiday gift cards have done to this town, Dad. We’re falling apart!"
Homer Icon "Sweetie, did you ever think maybe a town constructed of money and donuts isn't meant to last forever?"
Lisa Icon "It's the Seven Deadly Sins on parade! We eat all the time — that’s Gluttony."
"We lie around drinking all day — that's Sloth!"
"We fight each other to buy everything in sight — Greed!"
Homer Icon "That's only three sins. Four more to go — including some of the funnest ones!"
"Wrath, Lust, Pride– ooh, and Envy! Let’s not pull the plug until I’ve had a chance to get in some sweet, sweet envying."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 18Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "Lisa! Why are you destroying the mysterious windfall from an unknown benefactor that has poisoned this once-peaceful small town?"
Lisa Icon "Well, uh, you just explained it pretty well."
Homer Icon "Thanks! But we gotta be careful. People love those cards, and you know how quickly angry mobs form in this town."
Ned Icon "They're destroying gift cards! Kill the Simpsons!"
Homer Icon "Hey, look at that! We've never had a Flanders-led mob before."
Moe Icon "When you've run from as many mobs as I have, you really appreciate novelty."

When sending Springfielders to Hunt for the SimpsonsEdit

Character Dialogue
Carl Icon "The Simpsons are dear friends. But, you know, “when in Rome”...
Comic Book Guy Icon "Stop the runners before they reach Sanctuary! SUCCESSFUL MOVIE REFERENCE!"
Drederick Tatum Icon "Ten years of intensive anger management classes, down the drain."
Fat Tony Icon "I’d be a hypocrite if I didn't support all forms of mob violence."
Kang Icon "I have a Class Four Human Hunting License. Why am I not in charge?"
Kodos Icon "ALL HUMANS LOOK THE SAME!!!!!!!!!"
Mr. Burns Icon "Yes, find the Simpsons! They’re the real villain in this town, right? Right, guys?"
Skinner Icon "I’d like to focus my hunting on Bart."
Suzanne the Witch Icon "I could cast a spell to find them, but it seems more efficient to do random building searches."
Willie Icon "Ah, it’s grand to be running, feeling the wind up my kilt, pursuing friends to their death."
Ned Icon "We're totally going to mess you up, neighborinos!"

EndEdit

Character Dialogue
Homer Icon "Who'd have thought people would get so mad at the thought of going from rich big shots to regular, poor losers."
"Wait, why are we doing this again?"
Lisa Icon "People need to see that they are abandoning everything in the face of limitless buying power."
"The things that really matter in life aren't tangible."
Homer Icon "Oh. Yeah, I knew that... So, just so we’re clear, what we’re talking about will end free beer at Moe’s, won’t it?"

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 19Edit

Character Dialogue
Lisa Icon "Claus Co is at the heart of all this trouble. But who are they?"
"Hmmm... There's some terms and conditions printed on the back of these gift cards."
"Pursuant to the clause stated in paragraph 5, …" Dad! These conditions are even worse than a cell phone company's!"
"They're almost as draconian as the makers of popular mobile devices, such as phones and tablets!"
"The same devices upon which people play freemium games!"
Homer Icon "Anyone who’d waste their time on that junk deserves whatever’s coming to them."

Too Much of a Good Thing Pt. 20Edit

Character Dialogue
Lisa Icon "Dad, I found a loophole. Claus Co gift cards are only good for approximately 5 weeks."
"All this credit will be useless before the end of January. Then Springfield will go back to normal."
Moe Icon "Gee, it hardly seems worth it murdering anybody over five lousy weeks. Six or seven, sure. But not five."
Marge Icon "Well, maybe now we can all go back to celebrating the holidays the way we should — by gathering with family and friends."
Krusty Icon "And sneaking off whenever possible to grind out all those sweet Claus Co prizes before five weeks is up!"

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