Sideshow Bob was walking down the street one day on his way to (place #1) for (purpose) when suddenly a very drunk and desperate-looking Krusty stumbled up to him and said “Bob! You’ve gotta come back! Mel is the worst sidekick ever! He (verb)-ed my (noun)!”
Sideshow Mel, who’d been standing nearby, said “But Krusty, I (anything)!”
Bob turned his nose up at his former employer and replacement. “As far as I’m concerned, gentlemen, you can both (anything). Now if you’ll excuse me, I’m running late.” He stepped around the decrepit clown, now reduced to a sobbing heap on the sidewalk, and continued on his way.
It wasn’t long before he came upon a (important noun) lying in the gutter in front of (place #2). He bent down to pick it up, wiping off a bit of (noun) that was on it, and inspected it closely. It was absolutely (adjective). He decided to go into (place #2) and search for the owner of the (important noun).
Bob approached (person who works at or frequents place #2) and asked him/her if (anything), but (person) said “(anything).”
Bob got really (emotion) and (verb)-ed (person) with (noun). He then helped himself to (noun) and left.
Outside in the street, people were screaming and running around in panic as (noun) threatened to (verb) them all. Bob suddenly spotted (person #2) and (person #3) (verb)-ing and decided to intervene.
“What’s going on out here?” he demanded as he (verb)-ed them (adverb)-ly.
“Someone stole the sacred (important noun) from (person or place)!” (person #2) answered.
“Whoever possesses it will become (anything) and (anything). We’re doomed!” added (person #3).
Bob’s grip tightened on the (important noun) behind his back. If it was true, he knew he must never (verb). He quickly tucked the (important noun) into his hair while nobody was looking and ran off, searching for a quiet spot amid the chaos to make a phone call. Hiding in (place #3), he pulled out his cell phone and dialed (person #4)’s number. When (person #4) answered, Bob cut right to the chase.
“If you ever want to (verb) again, you will meet me at (place #5) in exactly fifteen minutes!”
The instant he ended the call, he heard (noise) and looked up just in time to see (person #5) armed with (noun) about to (verb) him. Out of nowhere, a flying (noun) knocked the (noun) out of (person #5)’s hand(s). Bob spun around to see (person #6) about to hurl another (noun).
“For the love of God, Bob, RUN!” he/she shouted.
Bob did not need telling twice. He was off like a shot, dodging (noun) and (noun) to get to the rendezvous point. When he arrived at (place #5), he saw that (person #4) was already there, waiting (emotion)-ly.
Bob approached him/her with a triumphant grin. “I have the (important noun),” he announced, watching smugly as (person #4)’s face went white. “You will now (anything).” As he reached into his hair to retrieve the (important noun), (person #4) grew paler and began to whimper. Bob chuckled.
“Consider this payback for all the times you (verb)-ed my (noun). Robert Underdunk Terwilliger always pays his debts. And now…” he paused, frowning. The (important noun) was stuck in his hair! Bob cursed, pulling and yanking and cursing some more at the pain of having several hairs uprooted in the process.
(person #4) stared for a moment, then began to laugh. “I guess (anything),” he/she said, earning a death glare from Bob.
“This isn’t over,” Bob growled, leaving abruptly to look for (noun) to get the (important noun) out without damaging his precious hair.