We introduce the Scenario Submodular Cover problem. In this problem, the goal is to produce a cover with minimum expected cost, with respect to an empirical joint probability distribution, given as input by a weighted sample of realizations. The problem is a counterpart to the Stochastic Submodular Cover problem studied by Golovin and Krause , which assumes independent variables. We give two approximation algorithms for Scenario Submodular Cover. Assuming an integervalued utility function and integer weights, the first achieves an approximation factor of O(logQm), where m is the sample size and Q is the goal utility. The second, simpler algorithm achieves an approximation factor of O(logQW), where W is the sum of the weights. We achieve our bounds by building on previous related work (in [4,6,15]) and by exploiting a technique we call the Scenario-OR modification. We apply these algorithms to a new problem, Scenario Boolean Function Evaluation. Our results have applciations to other problems involving distributions that are explicitly specified by their support.