Carl's Rise Up The Ladder True Bromance
March 21, 2013
Lenny and Carl Quests are the second quest chain in Level 27. It is focused around Lenny and Carl and is the quest chain after Buddha's Got Back. There are 10 quests in the chain. The quests are split into 3 parts; Lenny's Downfall (4 quests), Carl's Rise Up The Ladder (3 quests) and True Bromance (2 quests).
Lenny's Downfall Pt.1
Lenny Work on Mystery Novel
Lenny's Downfall Pt.2
Make Lenny Mope
Lenny's Downfall Pt.3
Make Lenny Go in for Questioning
Lenny's Downfall Pt.4
Make Lenny Serve Time
Carl's Rise Up The Ladder Pt.1
Carl Go for Dinner at the Burns Manor
Carl's Rise Up The Ladder Pt.2
Send Carl to Sip Apple-tinis at Moe's
Send Smithers to Sip Apple-tinis at Moe's
Carl's Rise Up The Ladder Pt.3
Make Carl Dine at the
Gilded Truffle Make Brockman Dine at the Gilded Truffle Make Carl Dine at El Chemistri Make Brockman dine at El Chemistri
True Bromance Pt.1
Make Lenny Crash at the Buddhist Temple
Make Carl Meditate
True Bromance Pt.2
Make Lenny do a Plant Shift
Make Carl do a Plant Shift
Mount Carlmore (Premium Item)
"I forgot that my fallback teaching job is unpaid."
"Guess I gotta put on my fallback fallback job: being a best-selling novelist."
"One paragraph down. Seven-thousand, six-hundred, and forty-two more to go." "Writing always puts me in the mood to grab a beer and not write. Whaddaya say we got to Moe's, Carl?" "..."
"Oh, right -- Carl and Moe's are both out of my life." "Well, I can't just sit around feeling sorry for myself. I'm going to WALK and feel sorry for myself."
"Hi, is there a problem officer?"
"There sure is. For starters, it is illegal to kick a can in the town of Springfield."
"But that law is outdated. It was in Season 16!"
"Also, you jay-walked back there, you don't have a license for those suspenders, and you just talked back to a police officer. Strike four!"
"What a relief. Now that that criminal is off the streets, I can go out and rob people."
"Since there are no, er-um, judges or lawyers yet in our city, your punishment is up to me." "First question, have you ever donated to my campaign?"
"No. I don't have a job or any money."
"That's terrible. But at least I can offer you a place to eat and rest."
Carl's Rise Up The Ladder Pt. 1 [ edit | edit source ]
"Smithers, I need to promote someone. The towel boy in the executive washroom is starting to get lonely."
"But sir, we only have two other employees. And one of them is Homer Simpson."
"Then we'll have to promote the other one."
"Thank you, Mr. Burns. But I've reached the phase of Buddhist enlightenment where I feel no attachment to material wealth."
"I'm willing to give you a sixty-percent raise and a four month salary signing bonus."
"Then again, I've never really tried being rich before. Executive washroom, here I come!"
"Excellent. Let's, shall we say, seal the deal. I hope dinner at 5:30 pm is not too late."
Carl's Rise Up The Ladder Pt. 2 [ edit | edit source ]
"Excellent first day Mr. Carlson!"
"Thanks. Hey, uh... normally I hang with Lenny. But since he's not around, would you -"
"Ooo, are you inviting me out for apple-tinis?"
"Well, not that."
"So Carl's hanging out with Smithers now, huh? He always goes for the same type."
Carl's Rise Up The Ladder Pt. 3 [ edit | edit source ]
"What is it that is happening, Carl, my brother. We minorities have to stick together."
"Say what now?"
"Us in the One Percent. With whole ninety-nine percent looking to tan our hides." "Care to join me in using my ill-gotten tax-free capital gains to eat at pricey restaurants."
"Homer, please, call me Mr. Carlson."
"Uh, yeah. Have you seen Lenny lately? 'Cause if not, I have him right here."
"Hey guys, thanks for agreeing to meet me."
"I'd like to offer you a great opportunity to give me money. I need it to buy back my freedom from this guy I met in prison."
"Jeez, Len, you don't look so good. Or act so good."
"I'm just trying to outrun the inescapable feeling of failure and disappointment. WHAT'S THAT BEHIND ME!?"
"I think you need to rest, buddy. And I need to think some things over. Soberly, for a change."
"Excuse me, Mr. Burns, I was wondering if you could find it your heart to hire back my good friend Lenny Leonard."
"In my heart? Ho-ha, what a delightful jape!"
"Please sir. Couldn't you just pay me less, and use the money you save to hire Lenny?"
"But if I paid you less, then you wouldn't be making more money than you deserve... which means you could no longer be an executive."
"Then I guess I'll just go back to my old job."
"Very well, Your compassion has taught me something... why I am luducrously rich and you are middle class." "You and your friend can have your menial, nuclear energy jobs. Now let your dainty sentiments never poison my ears again."
"Carl, you got me my old job back! You are the truest of true pals -- it's times like these when I wish we could more than bro hug."
"I realized I needed you, Lenny. Standing next to you is the only way I look relatively attractive."
"I wish there was some disturbingly grandiose way to show my gratitude."
"Thanks, Lenny. Let's go spelunk my nose."