|Simpsons go Scrooge Chapter 1
Author: poppy.ryder PM
A Simpsons retelling of the Charles Dickens Christmas ClassicRated: Fiction K+ - English - Hurt/Comfort/Drama - Montgomery Burns & Homer S. - Words: 340 - Reviews: 1 - Published: 12-14-12 - id: 8794483
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Simpsons go Scrooge
This is a Simpson's take on a Christmas Carol, which will still be set in 1840s London.
Mr. Burns as Scrooge
Waylon Smithers as Jacob Marley
Homer Simpson as Bob Cratchit
Marge Simpson as Mrs. Cratchit
Lisa Simpson as Tiny Tim
Lindsey Neagale as The Ghost of Christmas Past
Ned Flanders as The Ghost of Christmas Present
Professor Fink as The Ghost of Christmas Yet to Come
It had been many years since the death of Mr. Burn's business partner Waylon Smithers so another person Homer Simpson had taken over from Smithers position.
"Its Christmas tomorrow" Homer whooped.
"But you still will be coming into work" Mr. Burns told him.
"Oh I want to be with Marge and the kids"
"I am sure they will be fine without you. Anyway won't your children be at school?"
"We can't afford to send them to school, hey do I get extra pay because it's Christmas?"
"No because December 25th is a very normal day and that is final. Why would I give you more money just because it's a certain day of the year anyway?" Mr. Burns sighed.
"Because its Christmas, oh its time for me to go home and see my family. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year, Mr. Burns" Homer darted off out the door as his shift was over for the day.
Some carol singers came to Mr. Burn's door but he just told them to go away. Not long after he went home to have his dinner and then go to bed.
But when Mr. Burns was in bed he awoke, he could hear somebody rattling the door.
"It is I your business partner Waylon Smithers" a ghost of Waylon Smithers appeared who then started talking.
"Smithers" Mr. Burns yelled.
"Listen carefully Mr. Burns, because of my stinginess I had to walk the earth wearing all these heavy chains and I am still wearing them. Three spirits will visit you in the night" Smithers told him and soon after he vanished away.