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Big Brother Los Aniegos, The Exciting Conclusion!
« on: August 18, 2015, 02:38:29 AM »
~ Big Brother - Los Aniegos ~

Hey everyone, long time no see! I'm all done with my postgrad and SO excited to be back on the forum! Sadly I can't work on my town jump because my computer won't run the game, but luckily for you I once played an entire Big Brother Challenge without posting it. Yeah, I don't know how I managed to put this off for four years either, but it means I can do some writing while I work on getting my game running. Hooray!  :D

This story is set in Los Aniegos (Late Night Edition) by Coasterboi, used with permission. The gameplay is based on AnnBeiFong’s Big Brother Challenge. The following additions have been made to the rules:
  • The contestants’ appearances have been customised, but their traits are still random.
  • Housemates are allowed one flirt at the start of the challenge to encourage romance.
  • Sims can be controlled if they’re stuck or in the way of something.
  • Broken appliances are replaced in Buy Mode rather than being repaired by housemates.
  • Free will is temporarily disabled during elimination to facilitate posing.
  • The Newspaper Service is cancelled at the start of the challenge.

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« Reply #1 on: August 18, 2015, 02:38:40 AM »
Introduction



Hi everyone, thanks for tuning in to this season of Big Brother. I’m Ausette, and I’m coming to you live from 2011 the beautiful city of Los Aneigos. Soon we’ll be off to the airport to meet our eight contestants, but first let’s take a look around the house they’ll be staying in for the next few weeks.




Our Big Brother mansion is situated high up on Hillwood Court and has a glorious view of the city lights and consignment store parking lot. It comes with four twin bedrooms, one uncomfortably cramped bathroom that I regret building, a fancy suite for the Head of Household, a task/gnubb room, a (fenced off) swimming pool, and the ubiquitous hot tub. Plus a nice big gate, we don’t want them escaping. Ok, tour is over now. We’ll be seeing a lot more of the house in the upcoming weeks anyway, and I’m sure you’re all itching to meet the housemates. And here they are!



Eight different Sims, with eight different personalities, from eight different walks of life. All young, eager, single, and stupid. Over the next few weeks, they’ll need to learn new skills and really get to know each other’s thoughts if they want to take home the $100,000 cash prize. Let’s get to know them now then, shall we?



Alexa, a Twinbrook Stylist, has the Flirty, Star Quality, Family-Orientated, Party Animal, and Childish traits. She’s absolutely thrilled to be on TV and hopes to pick up a few fans.



Daisy has the traits Great Kisser, Dramatic, Inappropriate, Daredevil, and Mean Spirited. She’s a Sunset Valley girl who just lost her job as a Spa Specialist and wants to earn an easy buck.



Jacob is an unemployed Sim who lives in Union Cove. He doesn’t get to enjoy the beaches though, because on top of being a Clumsy, Family Orientated, Bookwormy Couch Potato, he’s also Hydrophobic. Let’s hope he gets by without the hot tub sessions, then.



Koala  is a Flirty, Vegetarian, Athletic Mooch with Commitment Issues. She loves meeting new people and would like a career in Sports.



Luca, a Barnacle Bay boy, has the traits Flirty, Disciplined, Vehicle Enthusiast, Good and Charismatic. He has a part-time job as a yoga instructor and came on the show to meet new people.



Simon was originally an understudy for the show, but he managed to get in after five prospective contestants suffered mysterious accidents. He works in a warehouse in Riverview, and we’re told by his psychiatrist that he has the Mooch, Evil, Handy, Over Emotional, and Genius traits.



Susan is an up-an-coming profession chef who owns a diner in Barnacle Bay. She’s a Great Kisser, a Technophobe, a Natural Cook, a Vehicle Enthusiast, and very Ambitious. She hopes getting on the show will earn some publicity for her restaurant.



Finally, Tommy is a fifth-generation Twinbrook resident who came on the show to get away from his parents. He’s a professional bouncer who has the Hot-Headed, Loves the Outdoors, Vegetarian, Heavy Sleeper, and Athletic Traits.



Well, that’s all for now, folks. Make sure you tune in after the break for some mediocre skilling, half-hearted bonding, and lots of gratuitous skinny dipping!



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« Reply #2 on: August 18, 2015, 05:59:00 AM »
Week One, Part One



Welcome back to Big Brother. Before the break, we met the contestants and saw them arrive in Los Aniegos. After one last look at the outdoors, the housemates grimly file into the mansion that will be their home for the next few weeks, locking the gate behind them.



The teensy bathroom quickly becomes a problem. There’s no room to expand it, so I just have to shepherd Sims out of the way myself.



Luca, the most Charismatic housemate, chooses to break the ice with a bracing daylight ghost story.



Alexa, on the other hand, decides to really scare everyone.



Luca doesn’t seem to mind.



In fact, he jumps right in after her with three other Sims, kick-starting the skinny dipping fad that will plague this household right up to the end of the challenge. I’m not exaggerating; all these Sims do is tell ghost stories and take their clothes off. They’re lucky this isn’t a slasher film or they’d all be dead by the end of the week.



Well, Jacob would probably survive. While the less inhibited housemates sit naked in the hot tub, he hangs around the living room wholesomely admiring the artwork. Luckily for Jacob, at midnight the skilling equipment goes out so he can work on his….



LOGIC skill! This week, the task room has been filled with chess sets for the housemates to skill with.



Jacob, naturally, is the first housemate to earn a Logic point. Look at that smug little face.



The next Sim to earn a point is Simon. Thanks to his Genius trait, he has a natural advantage at this challenge.





The other Sims drift through the task room over the next few days, but Jacob is an almost constant presence. Seriously, go Jacob! He has a solid rival in Simon, but he’s still a strong competitor because he initiates so many chess sessions. He’s the tortoise to Simon’s hare.



Simon and Jacob’s skill levels remain close for the whole competition. By Wednesday night, both have three Logic points. Eventually the challenge draws to a close, and the winner for the week is…



Jacob, by a whisker. He wins the key to the Head of Household suite, immunity from elimination, and the honour of choosing who’s up for elimination this week.

For Jacob, the choice is a no-brainer. He picks the jerks.



Who will go home this week? Will it be brash blonde Daisy Tumbles, or the quietly aggressive Tommy Knack? Find out after the break on Big Brother, Los Aniegos!

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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 1
« Reply #3 on: August 18, 2015, 07:26:38 AM »
Excellent! Bookmarked. (I guess this explains how the Joneses are doing )

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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 1
« Reply #4 on: August 18, 2015, 07:30:42 AM »
Haha, I suppose it does :) . Really glad you like the story so far!


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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 1
« Reply #6 on: August 18, 2015, 10:15:47 AM »
And I'll be posting! Thanks so much for your comment. :)

I should check out your stories while I'm at it, looks like you've been really prolific. Gosh I'm so out of the loop. :P



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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 1
« Reply #7 on: August 18, 2015, 12:07:15 PM »
Forgot if I said this before or not, but congrats on finishing your postgrad!

As unlucky as your game not running is, having screenshots for four years and not losing them is something lucky. :P
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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 1
« Reply #8 on: August 18, 2015, 08:17:40 PM »
Bookmarked, this looks so much fun!  :)
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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 1
« Reply #9 on: August 18, 2015, 09:16:40 PM »
Forgot if I said this before or not, but congrats on finishing your postgrad!

As unlucky as your game not running is, having screenshots for four years and not losing them is something lucky. :P

Thanks Trip, I'm so glad to be done :) . Hope your own studies are going well. I'd not though of my luck with the screenshots, that's a very good point!

Bookmarked, this looks so much fun!  :)

Thank you, I hope it will be! :)

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« Reply #10 on: August 18, 2015, 09:37:52 PM »
Week One, Part Two



Welcome back to Big Brother. Earlier in the show, we saw Jacob win this week’s challenge and nominate Tommy and Daisy for elimination. They have until the end of the week to convince the rest of the household not to vote them out.




Tommy reacts to his nomination the way he reacts to everything: with thinly contained rage. Tommy’s Hot-Headed, and it doesn’t take much to set him off. He doesn’t have any friends in the household because he shouts down all their conversations before they begin.



He likes to spend his time alone in the hot tub, which seems to calm him down until someone steals his clothes and ticks him off again.



Daisy at least socialises while she’s hot-tubbing, but I think it’s just an excuse to get naked with people. She’s a bit of a flirt and hasn’t been fully dressed since the day she stepped into the house.



She also enjoys picking fights with female housemates. She charms the boys and mocks the girls, and Alexa simply loathes her.



You’d think the two nominees might bond over their hot-tubbing and antisocial tendencies, but sadly that is not the case. Tommy rejects Daisy’s flirtations, and she promptly slaps him across the face. Things go downhill from there pretty quickly.



Here they are brawling in the kitchen, to the interest of no one.



As revenge, Tommy takes over cooking for the household. Vegetarianism is strictly enforced.



Daisy is forced to admit defeat. Since Tommy wasn’t giving her the time of day, she quickly moves onto the other housemates and WHOA WHOA WHOA WHAT ARE YOU DOING?



Way to use that Inappropriate trait, Daisy! Luca and Daisy are officially Love Interests now, the first ones in the house.



Daisy may be crazy, but I can’t blame her for chasing Luca. He’s charming, he’s popular, and he’s got all the ladies swooning in his wake.



So it’s unlucky for Daisy that he happens to have a thing for Koala.



Daisy is furious. She screams at Koala until her Hunger motive drops to red, then goes back after breakfast to scream some more. She can’t believe Luca would betray her, especially after such a Great Kiss. So how does she get back at the man who broke her heart?



Why, by trying to seduce Koala, of course! I almost died laughing at this stage. Koala is naturally very creeped out by Daisy’s actions, and she pretty much avoids her for the rest of the week.



On the bright side for Daisy, I think Jacob’s on her side now.



With Daisy humiliated, Luca and Koala are free to be together. They spend almost every waking moment with each other. It’s adorable!



The rest of the week passes without any major drama. The household spends the days skinny dipping, telling spooky stories, and playing with the Gnubb set I give them between challenges, until Elimination Day abruptly dawns.



This morning is the final chance for the nominees to scrape together some allies.



Tommy, yelling at people will not make them like you.



Same to you, Daisy. I love how Koala’s just calmly enjoying Daisy’s social failures.



At five o’clock, everyone is gathered up for elimination.



The housemates cast their votes. The nominees are close, but with five out of eight votes the Sim going home in Week One of the Big Brother challenge is…



DAISY!



Daisy, Daisy, Daisy. Daisy was a saucy Sim who liked to strip, flirt and fight. The house will be less interesting without her. Goodbye, Daisy! Don’t forget to tune into next week’s episode of Big Brother, Los Aniegos!

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« Reply #11 on: August 19, 2015, 02:14:13 AM »
Oh my gosh! LOL I just am in stitches!  ;D  Daisy, you'll be missed.
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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 1 Part 2
« Reply #12 on: August 19, 2015, 10:21:26 AM »
Ah, too bad. Daisy was so much fun to watch, but, obviously, not so much fun to live with

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« Reply #13 on: August 19, 2015, 08:52:16 PM »
Oh my gosh! LOL I just am in stitches!  ;D  Daisy, you'll be missed.

Yay, glad you liked it :) ! I'll miss Daisy too. She was fun.

Ah, too bad. Daisy was so much fun to watch, but, obviously, not so much fun to live with

Yeah, absolutely. If I do the challenge again I'll have to make everyone an awful person. Just like a real reality show! :P

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« Reply #14 on: August 19, 2015, 09:13:49 PM »
Week Two



Welcome back to Big Brother. Last week, Jacob became Head of the Household and Daisy was voted out of the mansion. Tommy, the other nominee, seems a bit shocked that he actually got to stay.

Now that Elimination is out of the way, the next challenge can begin. The skill of the week is…



SCULPTING! Everyone instantly pops the wish to learn the skill, which is nice. Simon randomly pops a wish to kiss Susan, which is less nice. He’s creepy.





Anyway. Despite that bright start, the Sculpting stations aren’t used at all on the first day. Normally I’d be annoyed at the waste of time, but Luca and Koala were being distractingly adorable together.



Their blossoming love inspires Luca to earn the household’s first Sculpting point, but he runs off back to Koala before he can finish the sculpture.



Luca and Koala aren’t the only ones getting closer. Simon’s developed a bit of a thing for Susan, but being an Evil mastermind he doesn’t know how to show affection like a normal person. He tends to do things like this:



Or this:



Or this:



It may look awkward to you, but they’ve grown quite find of each other and it’s actually rather sweet. Susan’s very patient and well-adjusted, and I trust her to give Simon good life lessons.



It seems she managed to teach him about the value of hard work, because on the last day of the Sculpting challenge, Simon strides into the empty, dusty task room and picks up a chisel.



Voila! Two sculpting points and one glorious eyesore later Simon’s in the lead with no time left to be challenged.



Simon replaces a reluctant Jacob as this week’s Head of the Household. Once he can tear himself away from the computer, he nominates…



Alexa and Tommy! (This is my only pic where they weren’t fighting.) Who will go home this week? Will it be repeat offender Tommy Knack, or the aloof Party Animal, Alexa Washington? Find out after the break on Big Brother, Los Aniegos!


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« Reply #15 on: August 19, 2015, 09:29:36 PM »
Week Two, Part Two



Welcome back to Big Brother. Earlier in the show, Simon became Head of the Household and nominated Tommy and Alexa for elimination. Simon’s enjoying having his own bathtub.



Jacob was asleep when the Sculpting challenge ended, so I had to kick him out of the Head of Household bed. I feel kind of guilty, but it’s probably for the best. Jacob’s relationships with the housemates have all but decayed after a week of non-stop TV and internet.



It’s not all bad for Jacob, though; much to the surprise of the household, he’s earned seven Cooking points and some new recipes from the TV. His cheese plates and falafel are a welcome variation from Tommy’s salads.



It doesn’t take long for Jacob to rekindle his relationship with Alexa. They were actually the first Sims to become friends back in Week One, so it’s nice to see them hanging out again.



Alexa tries to befriend some other housemates, but her methods tend to be a bit clumsy.



*snort*



Tommy, meanwhile, is starting to worry in earnest. Alexa’s nowhere near as crazy as Daisy was, so there’s a pretty good chance she’s going to win Elimination if Tommy doesn’t actively shape up socially.



He doesn’t quite feel up to talking with the housemates, so instead he takes up some household chores. He grimly prepares breakfast…



…And grimly mops the hot tub area.



But with Alexa using her looks to her advantage, all of Tommy’s domestic efforts are for naught. He decides it’s time to take drastic measures.



With a heavy heart, he forces a smile onto his face…



…and tries to make friends with Koala. Koala initially seems nervous, but she quickly warms up to him and even flirts a little bit. Tommy manages to surprise Koala and even himself with his newfound patience and approachability.



On Sunday morning, Koala invites Tommy and Alexa out to the hot tub for a chat. The three get along surprisingly well, sitting in the tub together for several hours. At five o’clock, they reluctantly head inside to cast their votes for Elimination.



The housemates make their choices. Tommy and Alexa are extremely close in votes, but the Sim going home this week with four votes out of seven is…



ALEXA!



After hearing the verdict, she says her goodbyes and strides right out with no regrets. Alexa was a free spirit who liked to shock people and have fun, and now that her time here is over she’s heading out into the city to party. Have fun Alexa, and don’t forget to tune into next week’s episode of Big Brother, Los Aniegos!

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« Reply #16 on: August 20, 2015, 09:59:21 PM »
Week Three



Welcome back to Big Brother. Last week, Simon became the Head of the Household, Alexa was voted out of the mansion, and Tommy narrowly escaped elimination for the second time. I think he regrets staying on; he Loves the Outdoors and he’s starting to get a bit Stir Crazy.

As usual, the task room is stocked with skilling items at midnight. This week’s skill challenge is…



PAINTING! Hopefully we’ll see more effort this week than we did with the Sculpting challenge. I’m a little worried that the housemates will just sit in the hot tub and flirt with each other all week.



Never fear, Jacob is quick to prove me wrong. This particular painting is inspired by Tommy’s chest hair.



Judging by the amount of time he spends in the task room, Jacob is really enjoying this challenge. His only real rival is Susan.



Susan’s actually managed to surprise me. After weeks spent lurking in the background of the challenges, she’s all of a sudden become a real competitor. Not only has she befriended Simon and Luca, but she’s earned almost three points in the Painting skill already.



Simon is quick to help his friend out in the painting challenge, but despite all the distractions, Jacob refuses to give up.



I would say something like “Wow, he must really want that prize money!”, but this is a Couch Potato we’re talking about. I think he just wants his big TV back.



But Susan puts up a solid fight, even finishing up a large painting. After several days of hard work all around, the Sim with the most skill points by Wednesday night is…



Jacob! He’s thrilled to have his TV, computer, and canopy bed back. After a good night’s sleep, Jacob reveals this week’s nominees to be…



Koala and Tommy! Who will go home this week? Will it be the bubbly flirt, Koala Kim, or Tommy “Third-Time’s-The-Charm” Knack? Find out… right now, actually! I can fit this whole week into one update, fancy that!



This may be the third time Tommy’s been up for elimination, but it’s the first time he’s been up against someone popular. It doesn’t help that his rival this time is also his only friend in the house. Tommy knows he won’t get Koala’s sweetie Luca on his side, so he instead tries to bond with Susan.



Whoa, is that a smile I see? Tommy, you old softie! He actually manages to push his relationship with Susan up to a Friendship.



Emboldened by his success, Tommy tries to strike up a conversation with Simon.



It doesn’t seem to be going well.



Then again, we all know how Simon treats people he likes.



Now that this week’s challenge is over, the easels have been removed from the task room and replaced with a Gnubb set. No one’s any good at it yet, but it keeps them busy in the days leading up to Elimination.



Sunday morning eventually dawns, and Koala doesn’t have a care in the world. Not that she does normally.



Tommy engages in his usual pre-Elimination ritual, which is to scrub things and be moody. It’s a little sad he has to have a ritual for this, but he keeps the kitchen sparkling!
   


At five o’ clock, the housemates don their finest clothes and head to the living area to cast their votes. And the Sim going home this week, with four votes out of six, is…



TOMMY!



It took three eliminations to take him down, but Tommy Knack is finally going home. Tommy was a grumpy, stoic Sim who actually managed to make some friends and perhaps become a better person. And that’s something not even 100,000 simoleons can buy. Farewell Tommy, your salads will be missed. Don’t miss next week’s episode of Big Brother, Los Aniegos!

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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 3
« Reply #17 on: August 21, 2015, 03:11:30 AM »
Wow! I missed so much! Last weeks ..."But with Alexa using her looks to her advantage, all of Tommy’s domestic efforts are for naught."  *snicker* was priceless. :) And see ya Tommy, least you won't have to put up with Simon scaring the heck out of you all the time!!
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« Reply #18 on: August 21, 2015, 03:17:58 AM »
Wow! I missed so much! Last weeks ..."But with Alexa using her looks to her advantage, all of Tommy’s domestic efforts are for naught."  *snicker* was priceless. :) And see ya Tommy, least you won't have to put up with Simon scaring the heck out of you all the time!!

Haha, glad you liked it :) ! I hope I'm not updating too fast; I've been aiming for one "episode" a day, but the lack of comments suggests I might be leaving people behind.

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« Reply #19 on: August 21, 2015, 04:26:41 AM »
Well so long Tommy.  Now who's going to keep the kitchen clean?   ::)
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Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 3
« Reply #20 on: August 21, 2015, 05:26:04 AM »
I think you're doing great, Ausette! I'm enjoying the heck out of reading this challenge!

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« Reply #21 on: August 21, 2015, 05:47:19 AM »
Well so long Tommy.  Now who's going to keep the kitchen clean?   ::)

Wish I could answer that, lol. I think Susan or Simon did, maybe?

I think you're doing great, Ausette! I'm enjoying the heck out of reading this challenge!

Yay, thanks so much! I'm enjoying you enjoying it.  ;)

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« Reply #22 on: August 21, 2015, 07:25:16 AM »
Daily posting means I get a steady stream of stuff to read on this site too, which isn't bad at all. ;)

Bye Tommy. Now we might actually get a surprise with nominees now!
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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 3
« Reply #23 on: August 21, 2015, 09:06:17 AM »
Daily posting means I get a steady stream of stuff to read on this site too, which isn't bad at all. ;)

Bye Tommy. Now we might actually get a surprise with nominees now!

Aww, I'm glad to hear it. I swear there are never enough stories on the forum, hint hint ;)

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Re: Big Brother Los Aniegos, Week 3
« Reply #24 on: August 21, 2015, 09:52:54 AM »
I'm glad of the daily posts. We've got to keep the TS3 side of the forum going.