Where Did THAT Come From – Woosterfield Hotel

Hey hey tap friends! In our silly lil game, we sometimes see things pop in that we have no clue as to their Origin. They seem familiar, but we just can’t pinpoint from where. So that is why we decided to make a fun lil reminder out of it. To let you know just Where did THAT Come From?


So with Level 55, all sorts of new stuff popped up. One of the new freemium that included Declan Desmond was the Woosterfield Hotel. But where did this hotel appear in the Best. Show. Ever.? Does it have anything to do with Desmond? Let’s find out in the TV series.

“Double, Double, Boy in Trouble” (S20:E3)

After Bart goofs off in the Kwik-E-Mart keeping Homer from buying the last lucky lottery ticket, Lenny buys it instead and wins 50 thousand dollars. Homer is really down but Lucky Lenny is very generous with his money. He throws a kick@$$ party for all his friends.  Where does one throw such a shindig? The Woosterfield Hotel!

Woosterfield Hotel Simpsons

Lenny goes all out with ice scluptures, an original show and gift bags with vacuuming robots.

Lenny Leonard lottery party vac-u-bot

So there you go… our new hotel in the Best. Show. Ever. What do you think of it? Wish it had also come with Simon Woosterfield? Maybe he’ll appear in another update. I have no clue why the designers chose to make the hotel pink rather than red but oh well. Hope y’all are having a good time in your games and Thank You for being a friend!

TTFN… Wookiee out!

5 responses to “Where Did THAT Come From – Woosterfield Hotel

  1. Hi, I went into my Simpsons now and it takes me again to the App store for the same update I did a few days ago that brought the Springfield Heights section….now what? It does not allow me to enter my Simpsons game without doing the update but now I am afraid I might loose all the progress I made already…already on 63 million plus 🙁 help help!!

  2. Was Declan in that ep? I don’t remember him being in it

  3. I am surprised they would give us this building before giving us mr burns casino.

  4. I live in Chicago and there was a very famous pink hotel called The Edgewater. As soon as I saw this I knew I wanted to do a tribute to it. It had a boardwalk, outdoor restaurant, and a water taxi to downtown. Here’s a link to the original and my Tapped Out version. Sentimental points: my parents got engaged there in 1959!


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