100 Days 2, Episode 2

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Previously, on 100 Days of Awesome : ABHIJEET THE FIREFIGHTER (V.O.): I have another girlfriend. And she got a great job in Strangetown, so I’m going to move there with her.


REBECCA: I don’t know if huff I’m going to forgive him yet. Right now he puff probably thinks I’m going to huff work on the community lot task and I huff hope it’s [bleep]ing got him worried, because it’s puff marry a rich sim and huff I absolutely would !


Hello! Welcome back to the much-delayed next installment of 100 Days of Awesome ! Has it really been coughmumblemumblecough months since the last one? That’s pretty bad, and all I can say is that I’m sorry and I’ll try to not let it happen again.


ANASTASIA: It is not a midlife crisis. REBECCA ( off ): It is. ANASTASIA: It is not. REBECCA ( off ): It absolutely is. ANASTASIA: It is not and you have no idea what you’re talking about. REBECCA ( off ): I know exactly what I’m talking about. I’m talking about that fireman of yours moving to Strangetown with another girl. A younger one.


ANASTASIA (OFF): You shut up. That has nothing to do with anything. Pong, what was today’s task? PONG: Oh no you don’t. Leave me out of this.


REBECCA (V.O.): So we had to buy a car worth $10,000 or more. That doesn’t mean you have to buy a Hwang. ANASTASIA (V.O.): The Hunka 711 is an excellent sports car! REBECCA (V.O.): Sure is – if you’re having a midlife crisis. ANASTASIA (V.O.): I’m not stooping to your level ( sniffs ) And anyway, it’s not me that has to have an affair today. It’s you.


REBECCA (V.O.): I’ve been studying relationship counseling lately. It’s pretty eye-opening. I mean, there are so many patterns I picked up at a really young age that aren’t so healthy, you know? They maybe worked for my parents, but that was a different time and they were different people from Pong and me.


PONG (V.O.): Rebecca’s been so willing to work so hard on things that were making both of us unhappy. ANASTASIA: What are you doing in there? Hurry up! I gotta go! PONG ( muffled ): Use one of the other bathrooms. ANASTASIA: There are three teenage girls in the house – they’re never going to be free!


REBECCA (V.O.): I could not have gotten through this without Pong. He’s been my rock, my inspiration. He really has. ( sniffles ) When I think of how close I came to losing him, how close I came to just giving up..


REBECCA (V.O.): But he wouldn’t let me. He wouldn’t let me just wak away and he wouldn’t leave me. It didn’t matter how horrible I was to him or what I accused him of. He just wouldn’t give up.


PONG (V.O.): I’ve always been stubborn. I just don’t know when to quit, I guess.


REBECCA (V.O.): And I am so very, very glad that you don’t.


REBECCA (V.O.): Because there are always going to be challenges. There are always going to be problems. With this show, there’s always going to be another monkey wrench, another hiccup. But we’ll get through. We’ll survive.


PONG: Are we going to survive today’s community lot task? Ye-es, I think so, don’t you? REBECCA: Maybe. It’s going to be a tough one.


WINIFRED: Dad? Why are you wearing sunglasses indoors? And is that spirit gum on your upper lip? PONG: No. WINIFRED: Yes it is. We used it in school when we did Annie Get Your Gun . Why – ? PONG: One more word and you’re grounded.


ANASTASIA (OFF): Why aren’t you in school? GEORGIANA: Oh, I’m not going to school. I’m going to help with today’s community lot task. ANASTASIA (OFF): And just how are you going to do that? GEORGIANA: Counterfeit money? All you have to do is turn a handle. Melanie could do it. ANASTASIA (OFF): No, I mean there are no community lots that have counterfeiting machines on them. Do you keep one in your back pocket or something? GEORGIANA: Well, I’ll… I. Um. Oh.


ANASTASIA (V.O.): They grow up so fast, don’t they? But her heart’s definitely in the right place. REBECCA: Hurry up, will you? I have things to do, and driving you to school isn’t one of them.


PONG (V.O.): One shot of Melanie, to show she’s grown up. Just one . If you have to take footage of age transitions, do mine.


PONG (V.O.): Okay, so I didn’t realize it was going to be quite that bad. But a deal’s a deal. You leave the kids alone, and you can take as many shots as you want of me. PONG (V.O): Did you get a shot of the saggy Bermuda shorts and the horrible flip-flops this outfit came with? Here, look.


ANASTASIA (V.O.): Pfffft, those two are such Goody Two-Shoeses.* Someone has to max all skills today, so they’re running around like chickens with their heads cut off. “Let me clean the toilet!” “No, me!” “No, me!” *Note from esmeiolanthe: Technically, the capitalization is correct, since the insult comes from the name of the title character in The History of Little Goody Two-Shoes by John Newbery (published in 1765).


ANASTASIA (V.O.): “Okay then, I’ll go jogging for, like, a million years for no Body points at all, and you go have a nice chat with the mirror, okay?”


ANASTASIA (V.O.): “Sounds great, sweetums!” Ugh, it’s not even worth thinking about. Especially since it’s so unnecessary if you have a few brains.


ANASTASIA (V.O.): Now, I have plenty of brains, which is why I settled down with a thinking cap and a book. Why run around like a chicken with your head cut off, that’s what I say.


ANASTASIA …fifty-seven, fifty-eight, fifty-nice, sixty… ANASTASIA (V.O.): No, of course I didn’t manage it. I didn’t even get close. Nobody could. ANASTASIA: …seventy-five, seventy-six, seventy-seven… ANASTASIA (V.O.): But I should definitely get a tone of bonus points for this. Do you have any idea how hard it is to skip to a hundred in three-inch heels? ANASTASIA: …ninety-nine, one hundred!


GEORGIANA: Aunt Rebecca, will you be my best friend? REBECCA: Sure, sweetie. GEORGIANA: Aaaaaaand that’s today’s task all taken care of! Who’s awesome, huh? That’s right, I am! I am! ( walks away humming ) REBECCA: …What just happened?


WINIFRED: I’m eighteen now, which means I can make my own decisions about whether to be on the show or not.


WINIFRED (V.O.): I don’t think that Mom is all that happy about my being an adult now. I think it makes her feel old. REBECCA ( yells ): NO you CANNOT get a look at my transition outfit! Get out of here before I clobber you!


WINIFRED (V.O.): Which is silly. She’s exactly the same age as Aunt Anastasia, and she doesn’t feel old. ANASTASIA: Oh yeah! I’ve still got it! WINIFRED (V.O.): I mean, they’re both like a hundred years old anyway, but what’s the point of getting upset about it?


WINIFRED (V.O.): Allyn loves these challenges, and so does Georgy. Allyn won’t get to do any for a while, now that she’s off at college, so I thought I’d do one for her, and maybe see what the big deal was.


WINIFRED (V.O.): So I decided I’d try today’s community lot task. It was… kinda underwhelming, really. I mean, the task was “Free point!” so all I had to do was actually go . I went to the diner and had some cake and then I went home. Is that really all there is to it?


WINIFRED: I mean, if that’s all there is, then I don’t see what the problem is, or why it’s such a big deal. There should be more oomph to these challenges. Maybe if you had to make something or learn something or do something, but now? Meh.


WINIFRED (V.O.): Maybe I’ll try something different in college, or maybe I won’t do anything “spectacular” or “reality” based at all and I’ll just have an ordinary life like everybody else. WINIFRED (V.O.): But whatever I do, I’ll learn something new every day. I like learning.


Score Objectives accomplished on the home lot: 2 Objective accomplished on a community lot: 1 Total points: 3 Point adjustment from last time: +1 (My loyal readers were unanimous in saying that the poo bag counted even if it was delivered after midnight) Total points from last time (including adjustment): 27 GRAND TOTAL: 30 Days played: 30 out of 100

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