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The Simpsons original script, The Seven-Beer Snitch episode.

Take home this original script from The Simpsons, used in the making of the The Seven-Beer Snitch episode. 

  • Season: 16 Episode: 4
  • Script: Bill Odenkirk
  • Directed by: Matthew Nastuk
  • First broadcast: April 3, 2005
  • Number of pages: 49

The Simpsons go to Shelbyville to see a musical, which paints Shelbyvillians as smart, sophisticated people and Springfielders as hicks and morons. Afterward, an angry Marge goes to Springfield's Cultural Advisory Board to brainstorm a plan to make Springfield more sophisticated and gets the idea to hire architect Frank Gehry to build a concert hall. The $30 million project is eventually finished, but opening night proves to be a bust when everyone in Springfield leaves after hearing the first five notes of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. Eventually, the building falls into shambles from abandonment.

At the town meeting, Mr. Burns agrees to buy the hall and turn it into a state prison. Homer applies for a job as a guard, but is rejected after Ottoswitches his thoroughly drug-laded urine sample with Homer's. Mr. Burns soon forces Chief Wiggum to reinstate old and forgotten laws to fill his prison with convicts and make more money. Homer becomes one of those convicts after getting caught kicking a can five times down the street.

 

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