100 Days Season 1, Episode 4

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Hello, and welcome to 100 Days of Awesome , starring the made-of-Awesome Tsvirkunov family. They are currently running at nine objectives accomplished for nine days of trying, and if some of that involves the community lot rule, well, that’s perfectly legal. The 100 Days Challenge was created by Callista over at the old Boolprop, and the only change I’ve made is to decide that it’s okay for Sims to go to work or school.

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PONG: Today’s task has got to be the easiest task ever!

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PONG (V.O.): We just have to wear Social Glasses.

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PONG: Hey, looking sharp! ANASTASIA: Pong, you have to move or I can’t get to the rack. REBECCA: Mom, I love the new look! You should wear those all the time.

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REBECCA: The built-in light would be handy at nighttime, but it’s really hard to read in these. ANASTASIA: Flabnabbit! How do you stop these things falling off your nose? PONG: Try tilting your head back, like this.

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DESCARTES: What? I’m not having any problems. ANASTASIA: Well, we aren’t all as awesome as you, Dad. DESCARTES: You should be. Don’t you have half my genetic material? ABBEY: And half mine. Are you saying it’s my fault? DESCARTES: Would I say a thing like that? ABBEY: You might imply it. DESCARTES: You mean you might infer it. All I said was that my half of their genetic material is pure Awesome. ABBEY: ( blows a raspberry at Descartes )

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DESCARTES: We weren’t sure who was supposed to do the wearing, so we all did. Except for the kids. They’re too little, apparently.

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REBECCA (V.O.): Our community lot task for the day was to Adopt a Pet, so I went down to the animal shelter and picked out a dog.

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REBECCA (V.O.): I like dogs. Although Percy is kind of a doofus, aren’tcha, Percy?

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REBECCA (V.O.): I mean, how many dogs spend time looking at themselves in the mirror?* Dalmatians tend to have hip problems when they get older if you don’t let them run, so I hope someone’s up for jogging a lot… PONG (V.O.): I call “not it.” *Note from esmeiolanthe: This interaction is called “Sniff Pet” and is actually fairly accurate. If you put paint on a dog’s nose and sit them in front of a mirror, they will attempt to paw the paint on the nose of the dog in the mirror.

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ALLYN (V.O): We have a dog! A real dog! Percy’s super smart.

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ANASTASIA: Percy’s about as dim as they come, but I’m not going to take that away from my kid.

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ABBEY: Our task today is to sell a masterpiece. I had a painting near ready to go, so I’ll just finish that off, I guess.

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ABBEY (V.O.): I don’t remember, though… How much qualifies as a masterpiece? PONG: (V.O.): What do you mean, “How much”? How much paint? I thought a masterpiece was judged on its artistic merits. ABBEY (V.O.): It is, but its artistic merits are determined by how much money you get when you sell it. PONG (V.O.): Well, that seems kind of backward. By that measure, a velvet Elvis painting would be the pinnacle of art, wouldn’t it?

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ANASTASIA (V.O.): Nah, those don’t retail for more than about $450, $475 tops. I think you have to hit at least $500 to have any artistic value.

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ABBEY: What’s the phrase? “money for nothing”? I’ve been painting like that since I was nineteen.

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REBECCA (V.O.): We were supposed to get points for a community lot task, too, but somebody wouldn’t cooperate. PONG: No! I did not sign up for this! If you want someone to do it, why not your parents? Or your sister? REBECCA: Anastasia isn’t in a committed relationship and you know it. And Mom and Dad probably don’t have very long left. You’re just being selfish.

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PONG: You know what? You’re right. I agreed to marry you because I love you and I want to be with you forever, and I don’t want to do anything as [bleep]-up as break up with you in public because some random [bleep] we’ve never even seen thinks it would generate good ratings! I won’t do it. And if we ever get anything like that again, you can get your sister to do that [bleep], because I am through with destroying our marriage, do you hear me? Through !

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ALLYN (V.O.): Georgiana grew up today. She didn’t want to, even though she had a clean diaper and everything. New Mom couldn’t figure out what was wrong.

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ALLYN (V.O.): Eventually, Uncle Pong brought her to the cake, and everything was okay again. Cakes are pretty magical like that.

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ALLYN (V.O.): And I heard that everyone else is getting to stay up to look for aliens, but I have to go to bed. It’s not fair! ALLYN (V.O.): Er, you won’t tell New Mom I was up this late, will you?

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ABBEY (V.O.): Tonight we have to get someone abducted. They said pregnancy was optional, which is a huge relief, because only one of us would be able to manage that. DESCARTES (V.O.): We all got in on the act, because abductions are not all that common. ABBEY (V.O.): About one time in every two hundred times someone stargazes with the expensive telescope.

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DESCARTES (V.O.): So we were stopping and starting the whole stargazing thing. It’s supposed to help, apparently. ABBEY (V.O.): It does help! Every authoritative source I’ve found states that abduction happens very quickly after you start stargazing, so logically if it’s been fifteen minutes, you should stop and try again. Eventually the odds hav e to come through. DESCARTES (V.O.): They didn’t this time, though. ABBEY (V.O.): No, but there’s still plenty of time between seven p.m. and midnight.

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ABBEY (V.O.): That didn’t really leave us with much to do during the day, although I did teach Georgiana to talk.

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ANASTASIA (V.O.): Mom did call for a community lot task, but it was “First Kiss.” Nobody in the house was eligible. ALLYN: I could do it, New Mom! ANASTASIA: You’re ten. ALLYN: Yeah, but Uncle Pong could get another magic cake, and I could grow up to be a Teen, and then I could get a matchmaker date, and he could kiss me!

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ANASTASIA: No, you’re ten. Wait until you’re older to start kissing boys. ALLYN: But I could be older…! ANASTASIA: And I’m not going to let you wish your life away. Age normally, okay? ALLYN: Awwww, you never let me do anything!

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ABBEY (V.O): Since there’s not much for you to film today, maybe I should take you on a tour of the new floor. Would you like that?

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AABEY (V.O.): We just couldn’t fit everyone into the two floors anymore, not with three girls, plus two married couples and a grown-up who really should have some privacy every now and then.

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ABBEY: This space is for the kids to play and do their homework. Allyn has a bedroom up here, too, and there’s a third full bath, but you have a policy of not showing the bath or bedrooms, right?

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PONG (V.O.): Okay, one shot. But only because she’s aged up again. ALLYN (V.O.): Winifred is finally big enough to play with!

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REBECCA: It should have been a happy day. It really should have!

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DESCARTES (V.O.): What’s it going to be like when I die? Awesome, of course. I’ll probably get hula zombies and a free drink. Rum, naturally. Can’t let the Ancient Order of Space Pirates down.

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ABBEY: There isn’t an Ancient Order of Space Pirates. DESCARTES: Well, if there isn’t, there should be. ABBEY: Can’t argue with that. But don’t you need something special to get hula zombies? DESCARTES: Yep. You need to be super happy. But I’ve been that since college.

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ABBEY: Have you really? DESCARTES: Duh. That’s when I met you. ABBEY: Well, yes it is, but -- DESCARTES: And that’s all it took. I bet you didn’t even notice how much I kept staring at you all through our first study session. ABBEY: You were? Really? DESCARTES: Yes. ABBEY: But you didn’t seem upset when I was head over heels for your cousin. DESCARTES: Why would I? The man wore mascara to bring out his stubble.

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ABBEY: Do you know, I think you’re right? DESCARTES: I know I’m right. I walked in on him applying it one day. Besides, even if he didn’t wear mascara, I knew the minute I saw you that you were the one for me. No, the second. ABBEY: Love doesn’t work like that. DESCARTES: Have we or have we not been happy for almost fifty years? ABBEY: We have… DESCARTES: Then I rest my case. QED.

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Score Objectives accomplished on the home lot: 2 Objectives accomplished on a community lot: 1 Total points: 3 Total points from last time: 9 GRAND TOTAL: 12 Days played: 12 out of 100

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