Hello hello my friends. Bada bing bada boom… Level 49 dropped on us like a hot canaloni with lots of mafia goodness. At first, I thought about saying fuhgeddaboutit when it came to bringing you info about the chalk outlines that came with the level but after some consideration and a little vino (well Meade which is technically honey wine), I decided the time had come to write about them.
So, first up, I have to admit this origin post took me forever because of the fat chalk outline. I know it’s an outline of Homer and a donut, but for the life of me, I can’t remember where I’ve seen it. I’ve literally watched at least 20 episodes I thought I might spy it in to no avail. I’ve reached out to all my amicos with Simpsons knowledge like me with no dice… niente… nada… zilch.
At first I considered just skipping this WDTCF, but then here’s the rub. From the release of Level 49, I’ve known where the regular chalk outline came from. After much thinking and some chatting with the lady Addicts, I finally decided to admit I don’t know one and show the other. If you know where the fat chalk outline appeared, please let me know and it can be added with full credit given. It does bear saying though that this outline does resemble the publicity stunt in England for The Simpsons Movie.
For the chalk outline, we head to “Holidays of Future Passed” (S23:E9). When Bart goes to Moe’s, our new outline is right there on the floor along with the Capitol City Goofball and Sideshow Bob. (bottom to the right of Bart)
Of course, this wouldn’t be a good post if I didn’t mention that a chalk outline appeared much earlier in the show’s history. It may not have been one of our offerings but there’s also a chalk outline in “Lisa’s First Word” (S4:E10). Homer and Marge are looking for a bigger house when they find out they’re expecting Lisa. One of the seedy houses is the scene of a murder and there’s a chalk outline right in the living room.
Kinda looks like a wookiee. And that’s really it my friends. Short and sweet. Sound off below with any comments, may your first child be a masculine child and stay classy as usual.
TTFN… Wookiee out!