|Alien "Auto"topsy Part I|
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Alien "Auto"topsy Part I is the fifth mission of Level 7. It is the first of the Alien "Auto"topsy mission series, where Homer sacrifices multiple containers of nuclear waste, vehicles, and even people.
Homer finds Mr. Burns and asks him for help. Mr. Burns gives Homer a map of all the burial sites of nuclear waste in Springfield. Homer takes off, collects the nuclear waste, and delivers the payload, sacrificing his car, and again damaging the spacecraft.
Charles Montgomery Burns: Ooh! Hods Bodkins, is it you Merryweather, come to haunt me again? I killed you once, I...
Homer Simpson: Mr. Burns, it's me! Homer Simpson!
Charles Montgomery Burns: So, you're not the ghost of my former partner? (phew) Well, that was... wow.
Homer Simpson: Look, I need to get some barrels of radioactive waste to save Springfield from the aliens.
Charles Montgomery Burns: I agree, illegal aliens are a nuisance.
Homer Simpson: Not leaf blower aliens, tentacle aliens!
Charles Montgomery Burns: Gooh, in that case, here's the map to where I buried nuclear waste barrels all over Springfield. (snickers) And the EPA wanted to fine me. Bleeding heart liberals! I hope they... bleed from the heart.
(Homer drives to the playground and sacrifices his car)
Homer Simpson: Aw man, my car is gone! And the ashtray was full of pennies! I need another car, fast.
- Even though Mr. Burns gives Homer a map, it turns out to be entirely pointless, as all of the nuclear waste the player collects is located inside the power plant.
- In the beta version according to the game files, Homer would have to escape the black alien car before collecting the nuclear waste.
- Despite the plot of the Level 7 being obvious, it is unclear whether Professor Frink and Snake survive Level 7. In Pocket Protector, Frink talks of sacrificing himself for the greater good, and the cutscene at the end of Level 7 shows Grampa entering the spaceship before it is blown up. However, when Homer sacrifices his own car, he makes it out unscathed. This doubt is strengthened with the fact that the characters don't disappear after being sacrificed, even though their car does in the process.