Helloooooooooooo High Rollers! How are the one-armed bandits treating you?
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?
Viva Las Springfield, turning night into day because the game has no night so tappers tapa-tap and tap again….
Hey hey friends. So Ea did it again and threw a big ol’ mega event our way to use up our free time. Burns’ Casino has been a building often requested and I guess the programmers decided it was time to add it and do it in a ginormous fashion. I’m loving all the new glitz and glamor in my town and even better, there’s a ton of new stuff to write origins for. For the installment, we’ll take a look at La Belle Frottage, a casino offered for 185 donuts.
“Sky Police” (S26:E16)
Always fun when items come from newer episodes and this one is no exception. In this episode, Clancy Wiggens has his Skymaster X5000 Jet Pack mistakenly delivered to our favorite incompetent police Chief with a very similar name. “Justice has a new name. Up.” Some fun antics with one futuristic flying officer aka Sky Police ensue but when Brigadier General Calncy Wiggens shows up for his jet pack (and to exchange an off-brand dust ruffle), Wiggum tries to escape only to be shot down. The jet pack careens off through town, ultimately destroying the Frist Church of Springfield.
That poor church, always being destroyed to make way for Simpsons plots. Insurance won’t cover the damages because they view all things as acts of God. No fear though, Apu trains Marge, Ned Flanders, Agnes Skinner, Reverend & Mrs. Lovejoy, and Sideshow Mel to win the money back by running a card counting scheme (a “legal but frowned upon scheme” and a “morally acceptable scewjob”).
The casino the gang heads to in Springfield is none other than La Belle Frottage.
Other than Mr. Burns’ Casino, it’s actually one of the only gambling locales that’s actually in Springfield in the show. Later the “Rapture-waiting baby baptizers” continue the scheme in hilarious costumes.
And that’s really it friends for this premium offering. The casino literally translates to “the beautiful dry humping” if you were wondering. It’s a bit pricey but I like the look of it in my Springfield Strip. I only wish EA added this building with it.
If you want to read more about the episode, there’s a full recap here. What do you think of the new building? Did you add it to your Springfield Strip? Sound off in the comments and happy gambling, errr, I mean chip collecting.
TTFN… Wookiee out!