Tipsy-Turvy is a premium side questline that was released on April 20, 2014, with the level 40 update. It requires the premium character Dewey Largo.

Quests[edit | edit source]

Quest Requirements Time Reward Triggered By
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 1 Make Dewey Largo Scratch Scratchers and Guzzle Grigio 60m Cash100
Experience10
Dewey Largo
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 2 Make Dewey Largo Conduct without an Orchestra 4h Cash100
Experience10
Skinner
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 3 Reach level 9 and Build Springfield Elementary
Make Lisa and Milhouse Play Air Instruments
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8h
Cash100
Experience10
Lisa
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 4 Reach level 15 and Build Moe's Tavern
Make Lisa Call a Family Meeting
Make Simpsons Attend a Family Meeting (x3)
Characters:
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4h
4h
Cash100
Experience10
Lisa
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 5 Reach level 25 and Build Burns Manor
Make Lisa Drop Off an Invitation for Largo
Make Homer Drop Off and Invitation for Smithers
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60m
60m
Cash100
Experience10
Marge
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 6 Build King Toot's
Make Largo and Smithers Attend a Musical Evening
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4h
Cash100
Experience10
Dewey Largo
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 7 Make Smithers Write a Second Grade Libretto
Make Dewey Largo Go Out on the Town
24h
24h
Cash100
Experience10
Lisa
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 8 Make Dewey Largo Self-Loathe 8h Cash100
Experience10
Dewey Largo
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 9 Make Dewey Largo Conduct "Foresaken Love: The Musical"
Make Lisa and Milhouse Perform in the Musical
Make Mr. Burns Take a Bath
Make Smithers Bathe Mr. Burns
3h
3h
3h
3h
Cash100
Experience10
Lisa
Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 10 Make Dewey Largo Conduct the School Orchestra
Make Lisa Perform in the Orchestra
Make Milhouse Perform in the Orchestra
2h
2h
2h
Cash100
Experience10
Dewey Largo

Dialogue[edit | edit source]

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 1[edit | edit source]

Start[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Dewey Largo Icon.png The Lotto 'n' Liqour has it all. If you feel lucky, there's Scratchers. if you feel unlucky, there's booze."
Lisa Annoyed Icon.png Mr. Largo, shouldn't you and Mr. Smithers be working on this year's band musical?
Lisa Deadpan Icon.png He writes the words, you do the music. You're Springfield Elementarys "Gilbert and Sullivian," if I may state the comic premise.
Dewey Largo Icon.png That man is driving me bonkers! Every year he writes yet another musical about play-action figures.
Dewey Largo Icon.png Malibu Stacy: The Musical". The Sergeant Activity Song Cycle". "Malibu Stacy's Hair: The Tribal Love Rock Musical". It's boring!
Dewey Largo Icon.png Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go hide from you inside a liquor store.

End[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Dewey Largo Icon.png None of my lottery numbers panned out, but when you're drinking Chateau Bucharest 2014 from a 1 foot square cardboard box you're always a winner."

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 2[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Skinner Icon.png Dewey, Waylon, we're excited to hear your ideas for the band musical."
Smithers Icon.png Well, Malibu Stacy gets a sleepover camper van--"
Dewey Largo Icon.png No! I refuse to do another Malibu Stacy musical."
Smithers Icon.png I write what I love, and I love dressing her up."
Chalmers Angry Icon.png Skinnnerr! The band musical is our biggest fund raiser. Force the musicians to be artistic!"
Dewey Largo Icon.png Never! I want to do something grand, emotional, real..."
Smithers Sad Icon.png Malibu Stacy IS grand. *sobs* So emotional too, damn you!"
Dewey Largo Icon.png Until Smithers comes up with something worthy of my artistry, no deal!
Dewey Largo Icon.png Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go pretend I'm conducting a middle school production of "Mamma Mia".

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 3[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Lisa Icon.png Principal Skinner, can we practice our instruments while Mr. Largo works out his inner demons?"
Skinner Sad Icon.png I'm afraid not, Lisa. Without supervision; i can only allow you to play air instruments, such as air sax and ephemeral triangle."
Milhouse Icon.png Finally, a kind of instrument my eyebrows can't get caught in."

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 4[edit | edit source]

Start[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Lisa Sad Icon.png Mr. Smithers and Mr. Largo are so angry at each other, I don't think they'll ever work together again."
Marge Icon.png Maybe we can come up with something. Let's call a family meeting.
Marge Icon.png You go tell your brother. I'll call Homer at Moe's and tell him to come home."
Lisa Shocked Icon.png You think Dad will leave Moe's for a family meeting?"
Marge Icon.png He will if I say it's a plumbing emergency."
Lisa Icon.png Like nacho cheese is coming out of the faucets?"
Marge Icon.png Exactly!"

End[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Homer Sad Icon.png How could you fix the nacho cheese problem before I got home? Have you no mercy."
Lisa Annoyed Icon.png Dad, please focus. Can you go talk to Mr. Smithers about Mr. Largo?"
Homer Annoyed Icon.png Sorry, but those two men have a right to their personal lives."
Lisa Angry Icon.png Then I guess you'll just have to sell band candy to all your co-workers again."
Homer Scared Icon.png I will meddle in those men's lives until I have no strength left in my body."

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 5[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Marge Icon.png Okay, let's start by getting Dewey and Waylon together on neutral ground, where they can be reminded of their shared love of music.
Homer Icon.png I've got it -- Moe's Bar. When we get drunk we like to sing Van Halen songs really loud.
Homer Happy Icon.png Really loud, Marge.
Marge Icon.png I was thinking King Toots. Of course, we'll have to fib a little to make the invitations more appealing.

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 6[edit | edit source]

Start[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Dewey Largo Icon.png Hmm. An invitation to attend a musical evening at King Toots. But will there be canapés?...
Dewey Largo Icon.png Woo hoo! There will!
Smithers Icon.png Hmm, a musical evening at King Toots... with a special guest, a world famous Diva!"
Mr. Burns Icon.png Don't be a fool, Smithers. It's obviously a trap."
Smithers Icon.png Perhaps. But it's been baited with a cheese no Smithers can resist."

End[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Lisa Icon.png Mr. Largo, Mr. Smithers, welcome to King Toots. First I must tell you, there are canapés, but we only have a Diva impersonator…"
Homer LadyHomer Icon.png …Named “Homeretta!”
Homer LadyHomer Icon.png Now I shall sing a medley of various contemporary hits!
Smithers Icon.png He’s terrible, but even if someone is only pretending to be a Diva I’m ecstatic.

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 7[edit | edit source]

Start[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Lisa Icon.png Mr. Smithers, Mr. Largo, I know you two can write a great musical. Mr. Smithers, isn't there a personal story you've always wanted to tell?
Smithers Icon.png Well, there is one... about two people who've worked together for years.
Smithers Icon.png One of them has fallen in love with the other one but can't find the courage to express how he feels.
Dewey Largo Icon.png Waylon, I'm touched. That sounds wonderful – honest, adult, deep, moving…
Smithers Icon.png There's also a subplot about Malibu Stacy washing her hair.
Dewey Largo Icon.png I'm inspired! This will be our best collaboration ever. Now, you do all the hard work writing while I go party.
Marge Icon.png Wow, Mr. Largo sounds just like a network executive.

End[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Dewey Largo Icon.png To the pinot grigio aisle!

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 8[edit | edit source]

Start[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Dewey Largo Icon.png Okay, let's hear the opening number for our new production: FORSAKEN LOVE.
Smithers Icon.png I’ve thought of you, oh, lots and lots. / Your wrinkly skin, your liver spots…
Smithers Icon.png I long to cuddle in your embrace. / And feel your cold lips on my face.
Dewey Largo Icon.png Uh, that doesn't sound like me you're singing about.
Smithers Icon.png Why would it?"
Dewey Largo Icon.png Well, you said you were longing for someone you'd worked with over the years.
Dewey Largo Sad Icon.png I just assumed you meant... a certain conductor… but now I see you meant someone else.
Dewey Largo Sad Icon.png Stupid Dewey. Stupid stupid stupid!

End[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Lisa Shocked Icon.png Mr. Largo has run off in humiliation! Now what do we do?"
Milhouse Icon.png I'LL conduct! I've spent years studying. It's my turn to shine!
Milhouse Sad Icon.png Ow! I got a splinter from the conductor's baton! I'm passing out!

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 9[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Lisa Alarmed Icon.png Mr. Largo, the show starts in fifteen minutes. You've got to come back and conduct it.‎"
Dewey Largo Sad Icon.png I can't. I'm too embarrassed to face Waylon after I made such a fool of myself.‎"
Lisa Deadpan Icon.png He won't be there. He had opening night jitters so he went home to give Mr. Burns a bath.‎"
Dewey Largo Sad Icon.png Insult to injury! Now I swear I will NEVER conduct that musical!‎"
Chalmers Worried Icon.png Oh for Pete's sake. Do it or you're fired.‎"
Dewey Largo Icon.png The show must go on.‎"

Tipsy-Turvy Pt. 10[edit | edit source]

Character Dialogue
Dewey Largo Icon.png The Daily Fourth Gradian has a review of our new musical.
Smithers Sad Icon.png Oh Lord, Janey wrote it. She's brutal!
Lisa Annoyed Icon.png The part about two grown-ups who had love troubles, was, in this reviewer's opinion, icky.
Lisa Icon.png I was on the edge of my seat, however, when Malibu Stacy developed a devastating tangle while brushing her hair.
Lisa Icon.png Relief flooded through the audience after detangler was applied and the combing was safely continued.
Lisa Happy Icon.png The song 'Now I Can Appear in a Fashion Show' was conducted with gusto and will long be hummed in the halls of Springfield Elementary.
Lisa Happy Icon.png Rating: two and a half stars.
Dewey Largo Icon.png It's a triumph! Congratulations, Smithers!
Smithers Icon.png And you too, Largo.
Dewey Largo Icon.png I'm filled with excitement. Children, let's learn the joys of music!
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