Been lurking in the board for a while - just signed up last week to ask the question about transcripts/online scripts. The springfield link is a bust (and was only S1, if I understand).
I've seen a bunch of the scans - particularly from the podcasts - which are super cool.
But I I have been looking for/hoping to find an online source (that's SEARCHABLE) of transcripts or scripts.
I'm writing a book that quotes heavily from some episodes. My notes are good but not unimpeachable. And TBH, I know I can go back and watch the eps to get them perfect. But that seems to turn watching it into "work" and not just "plain fun". So...!
Thanks for the link. That was the thread (or a reasonable facsimile!) of the one I referred to. Since those are scans of physical pages, they're not really searchable... In any other circumstance, I would prefer that to a transcript that some goober (like you or me) typed up. But for my current project, I need the dialogue as spoken on the teevee. AND "searchable" is a big plus!
(What I have is a bunch of quotes. I just want to go back and verify that I wrote them down verbatim. In hindsight, I should have included timecodes in my notes. Instead I have things like "O'Hara, three episodes after the last one"....)
Have no fear, though, when the project is done I will post it here! (Or at least a link to my publisher...!)
Holy collapsed collection of cached quotations! If only that was still available, that would be perfect.