The Wages of Sin is a limited-time main quest line for Act 3 of the Burns' Casino 2016 Event.

Quests[edit | edit source]

Quest Requirements Time Reward Triggered By
The Wages of Sin Pt. 1 Make Burns Host an Awards Ceremony at Casino
Make Springfielders Attend (x5)
12h
12h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Auto
The Wages of Sin Pt. 2 Make Lisa Hold a Candle-Light Vigil 8h Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Bart
The Wages of Sin Pt. 3 Make Marge Search for a Meeting Space 12h Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Ned
The Wages of Sin Pt. 4 Make Skinner Gamble Without End
Make Krusty Perform Until He Bleeds
Make Willie Wear a Suit Made of Dollars
4h
4h
4h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Marge
The Wages of Sin Pt. 5 Make Adults Enjoy an Exotic Dance (x3) 8h Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Milhouse
The Wages of Sin Pt. 6 Make Marge Cook Gravy
Make Bart Read Libertarian Websites
4h
4h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Lisa
The Wages of Sin Pt. 7 Make Homer do a Shift at the Plant
Make Burns do a Shift at the Plant
Make Smithers do a Shift at the Plant*
16h
8h
16h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Mr. Burns
The Wages of Sin Pt. 8 Make Burns Almost Cause a Meltdown
Make Homer Replace Bulbs
8h
12h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Mr. Burns
The Wages of Sin Pt. 9 Make Homer Eat Burns' Lunch
Make Burns Go Hungry
4h
4h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Mr. Burns
The Wages of Sin Pt. 10 Make Burns Enjoy Bathing Beauties
Make Homer Push Random Buttons
Make Smithers Panic*
8h
8h
12h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Mr. Burns
The Wages of Sin Pt. 11
Make Degenerates Go To War (x3)
Characters: Homer, Krusty, Skinner
Make Straight Arrows Go To War (x3)
Characters: Marge, Ned, Willie
8h
8h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Comic Book Guy
The Wages of Sin Pt. 12 Make Homer Work a Plant Shift
Make Burns Enjoy Bathing Beauties
16h
8h
Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Mr. Burns
The Wages of Sin: Epilogue Make Marge Knit a Sofa Throw 12h Casino Blue Chip.png100
Experience10
Marge

* will only appear if the player owns Smithers

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

The Wages of Sin Pt. 1[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Mr. Burns Icon.png The casino district is a triumph.
Mr. Burns Icon.png Everywhere people are enjoying entertainment, spectacle, and games that aren't even that fun because they win so often.
Ned Sad Icon.png I never guessed this town could get worse.
Ned Worried Icon.png Of course, I always never-guess that and I'm always wrong.
Mr. Burns Icon.png Yes, my little Vice-ville has become a veritable Sin Suburb.
Mr. Burns Icon.png It's time to host an awards ceremony at my casino.
Mr. Burns Icon.png I will produce the awards, judge them, and present the awards... to me, for my civic kindness.
Mr. Burns Icon.png And maybe I'll give one to you, Smithers... “Best Assistant.”
Smithers Icon.png I don't really want it.
Mr. Burns Icon.png Good, because I'm giving it to me.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 2[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Bart Icon.png So, Lis, made any progress figuring out why Burns would create a money-losing casino?
Lisa Sad Icon.png No. Apu was about to tell me when he got shot. The only word he managed to say was “power.”
Bart Icon.png They'll get the bullet out of his brain, right?
Homer Icon.png Oh yeah, he's getting great medical care. In India, where it's better and cheaper.
Homer Icon.png In the meantime, he can't write or speak. All he can say is “Thank you, come again.”
Marge Icon.png That's nice. Even without a brain, he'll always have a career at Kwik-E-Mart.
Lisa Angry Icon.png For his sake, I won't rest until I've solved the mystery of Burns' casino.
Lisa Angry Icon.png His sacrifice of getting shot by Jailbird in a gift shop hold-up will not be in vain.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 3[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Ned Sad Icon.png All this gambling got me depressed, Marge. I barely had the energy to apply mustache pomade this morning.
Ned Sad Icon.png Used to be the highlight of my day. Now, who cares if the 'stache droops?
Marge Icon.png Don't worry, Ned, I'm making great progress on starting Gamblers Anonymous.
Marge Icon.png I came up with a 10 step program – 12 seemed a little pretentions...
Marge Happy Icon.png I'm knitting recovery chips.
Marge Icon.png All I need to do now is find a space where we can meet.
Marge Sad Icon.png It's hard to find. This town is jammed with twelve step recovery programs.
Homer Icon.png Lotta messed up people here. Lotta.
Ned Icon.png Someone should start a Freemium Phone Game Anonymous.
Homer Annoyed Icon.png That they definitely shouldn't.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 4[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Marge Icon.png Lisa, where have you been all day?
Lisa Icon.png Down at city hall scouring old records.
Marge Icon.png Trying to solve the mystery behind Mr. Burns building a money-losing casino?
Lisa Icon.png Yeah. Although mostly I just like scouring old records.
Marge Icon.png Well, we're both trying to solve the same problem. You by intense detective work, me by baking “Gambler's Anonymous” cookies.
Bart Sneaky Icon.png With you two on the job, I wouldn't want to be the people having a great time at the casino.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 5[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Milhouse Scared Icon.png What happened to our electricity? My misting humidifier is pumping out nothing!
Lenny Annoyed Icon.png The casino district is sucking up too much juice.
Carl Icon.png The bright lights, the air conditioning, those giant fans you pretend you're skydiving over...
Lenny Surprised Icon.png The nuclear plant can't handle the load.
Lisa Shocked Icon.png Electricity... Electrical power... Power!
Lisa Surprised Icon.png That's what Apu was trying to tell me. Don't you get it?
Carl Icon.png Nope.
Lenny Icon.png We'd listen to the explanation, but Princess Kashmir is starting another show.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 6[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Lisa Shocked Icon.png It's so obvious. Mr. Burns created a casino district because it needs a giant amount of electricity.
Lisa Shocked Icon.png He doesn't care if he loses money on his casino. He'll make a fortune selling power from the nuclear plant.
Marge Serious Icon.png So all this gambling and sin is just another way for him to get rich.
Lisa Shouting Icon.png It's diabolical!
Bart Confused Icon.png How is it diabolical? He's making money giving people what they want.
Marge Serious Icon.png He's exploiting their weaknesses.
Bart Annoyed Icon.png Why do you get to decide what's right for them?
Homer Angry Icon.png Bart! What did I tell you about disagreeing with your mother on high moral principles?
Bart Sad Icon.png It makes her too mad to make your favorite gravy.
Homer Angry Icon.png Discussion over.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 7[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Smithers Sad Icon.png Mr. Burns, your “Sin Suburb” is drawing power like crazy. The plant can't handle the load.
Mr. Burns Diabolical Icon.png We'll have to run at double capacity. Where are my workers?
Smithers Sad Icon.png They're gambling or working at your casino. Either way it pays double what the plant does.
Smithers Sad Icon.png The only employee available is Homer Simpson.
Mr. Burns Icon.png Very well! The three of us will squeeze every erg out of this old lady.
Smithers Sad Icon.png But sir, do you know anything about operating a nuclear reactor?
Mr. Burns Icon.png Pish, Smithers, I'm an old hand at the nuclear game. And I'm sure this Simpson fellow is a wizard.
Mr. Burns Shouting Icon.png Bring me my hardened hat, and let's begin!

The Wages of Sin Pt. 8[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Mr. Burns Icon.png Let's crank the plant up to full capacity, Simpson. This switch on or off?
Homer Glassedeye Icon.png Not sure.
Mr. Burns Icon.png Reactor rods up or down?
Homer Glassedeye Icon.png Definitely.
Mr. Burns Icon.png I'll go with my gut. It's just a nuclear reactor.
Smithers Sad Icon.png Sir, you doubled the voltage! You blew out all the lights downtown.
Mr. Burns Annoyed Icon.png Blast. We'll have to replace all the bulbs.
Mr. Burns Icon.png Here's ten dollars. Go buy a stepladder.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 9[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Mr. Burns Angry Icon.png Ugh. There must be some way to turn off these reactor alarms.
Mr. Burns Annoyed Icon.png They're so much more annoying when they're alarming at *you.*
Mr. Burns Icon.png Well, it'll have to wait until after lunch.
Mr. Burns Sad Icon.png That's odd. My lunch is missing. I put it right here in the fridge.
Mr. Burns Sad Icon.png Where can it be?
Homer Mouthfull Icon.png I ‘unno.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 10[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Mr. Burns Happy Icon.png Smithers, look! I've figured out what this handle does.
Mr. Burns Happy Icon.png Move it up and all the streetlights go on. Down, they go off.
Mr. Burns Happy Icon.png On, off, on, off... Whee, I'm a nuclear technician!
Smithers Sad Icon.png Sir, we have to get this plant under control. The city will revoke our license!
Mr. Burns Icon.png But I'm a nuclear technician. I'm supposed to goof off and look at my Bathing Beauties magazine.
Smithers Eyeroll Icon.png They certainly are lovely ladies. Of 1924.

The Wages of Sin Pt. 11[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Comic Book Guy Angry Icon.png These power fluctuations have got to stop! The illumination in my lighted standup Aquaman is varying unbearably.
Skinner Puzzled Icon.png The air conditioning in the school keeps going off. Sweaty children are not learning children.
Quimby Angry Icon.png We shall shut down that awful casino to save our beloved schools.
Moe Angry Icon.png No! Shut down the schools to save our beloved casino.
Marge Icon.png Don't worry, I'm almost ready to start Gamblers Anonymous.
Marge Icon.png I just have to design a logo. I was thinking “G.A.” written on a playing card.
Marge Sad Icon.png But will that just look like an advertisement for the “G.A.” playing card company?
Moe Angry Icon.png Oh for Pete's sake. I'm taking a sledgehammer to Springfield Elementary. Who's with me?

The Wages of Sin Pt. 12[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Mr. Burns Annoyed Icon.png I hope you're happy, Smithers. I've hired all the plant employees back.
Mr. Burns Angry Icon.png And it's costing me a fortune! I had to double their wages and pay overtime.
Smithers Annoyed Icon.png It's worse than that, sir. They also insisted on a premium health plan.
Mr. Burns Sad Icon.png I guess it's true what they say. The Wages of Sin is health.
Mr. Burns Icon.png Well, I can't keep losing money like this. I'm getting out of the casino business. Let's go home.
Mr. Burns Icon.png It won't be so bad. I found my issue of Bathing Beauties 1925.
Homer Icon.png Whew, I'm glad that's over. Actually having to do work at work was a nightmare.

The Wages of Sin: Epilogue[edit | edit source]

Start[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Marge Happy Icon.png Great news, everyone. I'm finally ready to start Gamblers Anonymous!
Bart Rollingeyes Icon.png The casino craze is over, Mom.
Lisa Icon.png Everyone is back to their normal task list.
Marge Annoyed Icon.png But I knitted two million recovery chips!
Marge Icon.png Oh well. They'll probably make a nice sofa throw.

End[edit | edit source]

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