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|Set to Kill|
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Set to Kill is the sixth mission of Level 6. In this mission, Bart eliminates the possibility of the total annihilation of Springfield through cola-drunk townspeople shooting laser guns en masse. This mission requires the player to purchase the Globex Super Villain Car before it can begin.
Bart recovers the laser gun Skinner stole in the last mission and returns to Krusty and Krustylu Studios. Unfortunately for Bart, while Krusty finally believes his story, Krusty has already set up free laser stands all across Springfield. In need of some "heavy artillery", Bart turns to Kearney, who has just the thing: the Globex Super Villain Car, formerly owned by Hank Scorpio himself.
Bart Simpson: Krusty! I've got proof now! See this laser gun?
Krusty the Clown: Well what do you know! You were telling the truth. You've taught this old clown a lesson. Uh, blah, blah, blah, et cetera, et cetera, stay in school. I just wish you told me before I let them set up those free laser gun stands.
Bart Simpson: Oh, man, I better get some heavy artillery if I'm gonna take out that much private property. Kearney should have something good.
(Bart goes to Kearney, who is in Krustylu Studio)
Bart Simpson: Hey, Kearney, I need to do a lot of collateral damage in the minimum amount of time.
Kearney Zzyzwicz: I've got just the thing. I have a car that was owned by a super-villain. He used it to conquer the East Coast.
(Bart purchases the Globex Super Villain Car and rampages across Springfield as he destroys 25 laser gun stands. He rushes back to the studio to talk to Krusty.)
Bart Simpson: (groans) Why didn't I just do this in the first place?
Krusty the Clown: (moans) Why didn't I know that show girl last night was a guy? Hindsight's always 20-20.