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Leisure Suit Larry 5:

"Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work"


Game Design Document

Copyright 1 99 I by Al Lowe for Sierra On-Line, Inc.


Leisure Suit Larry 5 Design Copyright 1991 by Al Lowe

Table of Contents 2

Design Considerations............................................ 7 Thoughts on the game's design:

Plot Synops1s 8 Game Structure 10 Plot in Deta1l 11

Characters 21

Scene by Scene Description...............

Table of Contents

Changes from earlier galnes

Larry

Patti

Mr. Big

Mob flunkees

Filthy McNasty

2 PornProdCorp flunkees Bobbi Bang

Bobby Bang

Michelle Milken

Peter Norton

Maitre d’ Frag

A grimy Little club owner Inspector Desmond Commander Twit

FBI flunkees

Dr. Lyccus Von Pelt Silver Dollar chick Casino Doorman ballroom bouncer various, sundry rollerbladers Rollerblade shopkeeper Lana Luscious

Reverse Biaz

Chi Chi Lalnbada

J ohn Krapper

P. C. Haunmer

suicide man

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Opening Sequence ................................................. 24 100 Title 24 110 Copy Protection Spoof 24 1 15 Trivia Quiz 24 Credits 24 TouchTone Dialer 24 Opening Larry Cartoon .......................................... 25 120 Mob boss’ office 25 130 Mr. Big Close—up 25 140 Office of the President, PornProdCorp 25 145 McNasty gets scalded 26 150 McNasty and Larry 2—shot 26

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"PornProdCorp" —— Hollywood .................................. 26 160 PornProdCorp lobby 26 170 Larry's workroom 27 180 file room 27 190 PornProdCorp exterior 28 Generic Limousine ................................................. 28 200 Limousine Interior 28 Meanwhile... sequences 30 210 Meanwhile... Mob wants CANE 30 215 Meanwhile... McNasty on phone 30 220 Meanwhile... CANE gets a big grant 30 225 Meanwhile... CANE works Congress 30 Patti dreams of... 30 230 ...Donald Traunp’s Yacht 31 232 ...Donald Tralnp 2—shot 31 235 ...Wild Willy Gates 31 240 ...Scrooge McDuck 31 Generic Airport ...................................................... 31 250 airport exterior 31 258 ATM Close—up 31 Airport Lobby 32 260 airport lobby, West 32 270 airport lobby, Middle 32 280 airport lobby, East 33 290 Chartreuse Carpet VIP lounge, empty 33 295 Chartreuse Carpet VIP lounge, full of reporters 33 Generic Airplane .................................................... 34 310 Takeoff (also Landing) 34 315 U. S. A. Map 34 320 Sitting in First Class 34 Larry dreams of Patti... 34 330 ...in Athens, reverse medium close—up 35 335 ...in Athens, long shot 35 340 ...in Athens, reverse 35 345 ...after Athens 35 350 ...in Venice #1 35 355 ...in Venice #2 (reuse for after Venice) 35 370 ...at Taj Mahal 36 375 ...after Taj Mahal 36 380 ...Casablanca 36 385 Dying in First Class 36 390 Flight Stimulator 36 Opening Patti cartoon ............................................ 37 400 "The Piano Pit" 37 405 club owner's office 37 410 Dark Alley Exterior 37 415 Dark Alley, 2—Shot 37 "FBI Headquarters" —— Washington, D. C ................. 37 420 Inspector Desmond’s Office, 2—shot 37 425 FBI exterior 38 430 Commander Twit's workshop, West 38 440 Commander Twit's workshop, East 38 450 Dr. Lyccus Von Pelt’s office 39 458 post—Pelting 39 Closing Cartoon ..................................................... 39 460 White House Dinner long shot 39 470 Patti embraces Larry 40 475 Big hustles Patti 40 480 Helicoptering Into The Sunset 40 "The Hard Disk Cafe" —— New York City ................... 41 500 "Hard Disk Cafe" exterior 41 510 lobby 41 520 paper tape reader close—up 41 525 The Cafe 42

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530 "The Herman Hollerith Room" 42 535 Michelle Milken close—up #1 42 540 Michelle Milken close—up #2 42 545 Larry close—up 43 "The Shill Building" —— Baltimore ............................ 43 600 Backseat Patti 43 610 "The Shill Building" Exterior 43 620 Shill Building Lobby 43 630 building directory 43 640 des Rever Records Waiting Room 43 650 Stereo Close—up 44 660 Recording Studio 44 670 Synth close—up 44 690 Meanwhile... Back at the FBI #1 45 "Tramp Casino" —— Atlantic City .............................. 45 700 "Tralnp Casino" Exterior 45 710 "Tralnp Casino" Interior, Extreme Downshot 45 720 "Tralnp Casino" video poker 45 730 "Tralnp Casino" Ballroom 46 738 "Tralnp Casino" Ballroom——Wet T—shirt contestant 46 740 Mud Wrestling "arcade game" 46 750 Mud Wrestling Medium Shot 47 760 Tramp boardwalk 47 780 Under the Boardwalk 48 790 Ivana Traunp's Rollerblade Rental Shop 48 795 Lana Luscious Close—up 48 "K—RAP radio" —— Philadelphia ................................. 48 800 "K—RAP Radio" Exterior 48 810 "K—RAP Radio" Exterior, reverse long shot 49 820 "K—RAP Radio" Lobby 49 830 Keypad Close—up 49 840 John Krapper's office 49 850 John Krapper's bathroom 50 860 "K—RAP Radio" Atrium 50 870 "K—RAP Radio" Studios 50

"Doc Pulliam's Dental Hygiene Heaven" —— Miami 51

Objects 53

880 "K—RAP Radio" Control Rooms A 85 B

890 Inside Control Room B

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900 "Doc Pulliaun's Dental Hygiene Heaven" Exterior

5 1 905 dental office waiting room 910 Chi Chi Lambada’s Cubicle 915 Chi Chi Lambada Close—up

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920 Chi Chi 85 Larry's Gymnastic "Routine"52

OO Zipper

01 Calncorder Pocket Protector 02 Battery Charger

03 Degausser

O4 MM's Blank Videotape

O5 LL’s Blank Videotape

06 Chi Chi's Blank Videotape O7 MM's Video

08 LL’s Video

09 Chi Chi's Video

10 Michelle Milken's Resume

1 1 HDC Napkin

12 Aerodork Gold Card

13 Aerodork boarding pass

14 Aerodork In—Flight Magazine

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Background Scene, View, and Loop Numbers 64

15 Quarter(s)

16 DayTrotter

17 Money

18 Credit Card Collection

19 Membership Tape

20 "Safety First" Field Locator Device 21 DataMan

22 DataPak #1 —— Reverse Biaz 23 DataPak #2 —— P. C. Halnmer 24 Lana Luscious' Resume

25 Trajnp Casino Matchbook 26 Silver Dollars

27 Rollerblades

28 Fax #1 —— Reverse Biaz

29 Chalnpagne

30 Gold Record

31 Cassette Tape

32 Chi Chi Lalnbada’s Resume 33 Doc PulliaJn's Business Card 34 Green Card

35 Doily

36 Fax #2 —— P. C. Hammer

37 Letter Opener

38 Desk Key

39 Folder of Incriminating Evidence

4O Photocopies of Incriminating Evidence

41 Blank Reel—to—Reel Tape 42 Recorded Reel—to—Reel Tape 43 Hair Trigger Brassiere

Larry in L. A.

Patti in D. C.

Larry in NYC

Patti in Baltimore

Larry in Atlantic City Patti does Philly

Larry in Miami

Patti in D. C.

Larry's Flight Stimulator Closing Cartoon

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100s —— Hollywood .................................................. 64 Opening Larry Cartoon 64 "PornProdCorp" 65

200s —— Generic Limousines 86 Airports ................... 66 Limousines 66 Patti dreams of... 67 Airports 67

300s —— Generic Airplane ........................................ 69 Larry dreams of Patti... 7O

400s —— Washington, D. C ....................................... 71 Opening Patti cartoon 71 FBI Headquarters 72 Closing Cartoon 74

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Things To Do, Fix, or Clanfy 86

500s —— New York City ............................................ 75 upper 500s —— Shared Ego Views ..... 76



600s —— Baltimore .............................. 77 700s —— Atlantic City .......... 78 800s —— Philadelphia ............................................... 81 900s —— Miami ........................................................ 82 upper 900s —— Inventory Objects ............................. 84

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Design Considerations

Thoughts on the game's design: a return to more of Larry the loser

"Whatever happened to Larry 4?" disks stolen by the bad guy and erased causing Larry to have amnesia unable to remember anything that happened that year running gag references to "LSL4: The Missing Floppies" should at least get buyer's attention after all, IBM brought out the PS/l after their PS/2 !!

use KQ5 multiple cursors and icons

add zipper for sexual references

change "that last move didn't work" to message or ??

add keyboard shortcut keys for all icons (old F5 to save, etc)

add fast forward and reverse icons to bar to skip a running cartoon or replay something missed

easier puzzles, more humor make sure everyone finishes game disappoint GAMERS forum players because game's too simple remember: more people give up than finish

include in package a plastic inch ruler, marked 1—2—4—8—12 called "The Laffer Curve"

Suicide Man Running gag makes up for lack of dying sequences

Changes from earlier games

No way to die!

Multiple Paths more points that are unnecessaly to complete the game double solutions to many puzzles; more obtuse solution scores more points can skip around some difficult puzzles for no points

always provide an icon so the player to skip ahead past HandsOff cartoon sequences all characters accept all objects the player could possibly have at that time Inventory hops back and forth as ego changes between Patti and Larry

CD—ROM only include (optional) laugh track With drum fills, audience responses applause for a correct move laughter for a dumb move "Ooooh" moaning, heavy breathing for nasty stuff, etc include much more Video animation

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Plot Synopsiste House for hero's dinner Patti solves Mob mystery of Mr. Bigg Patti becomes Larry’s after—dirmer entertainment! Patti and Larry chopper off to Camp David together

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Plot in Detail

Our opening cartoon begins with a group of obvious Mafiosi sitting around a conference table, watching a looney business slide— show presentation with elaborate 256—color sales charts. Mr. Big begins the meeting by announcing he is ready for their annual reports. Mob Flunkee #1 says, "As you know, ever since LPs in the 50s, our re— cording industry subliminal message cam— paign, "Just Do Drugs," has been a resounding success. Drug sales have never been larger, while prices remain firm." He shows us Slide #1: an arrow indicating the growth of Mob drug profits versus record industry investments (it has a shape subtly similar to an erect penis). "Discounting our one abortive push to quadraphonic, results have been most gratifying," he concludes. Flunkee #2 begins, "Our pornography divi— sion also enjoyed a period of explosive growth." He shows us Slide #2: another upward—trending arrow (with a similar shape) representing 1955—1980 revenues from pornographic movies and magazines. "Unfortunately, after a quarter century of positive ROI, recent results have been defi— nitely flaccid." He shows us Slide #3: reve— nues dated 1980—1990. "We attempted to counter this trend with an investment in rap music, thinking teenagers' continuous exposure to those lyrics would help our sales. But the result is obvious: painfully declining penetration! Our market research failed to foresee the widespread growth of cable! Even when we forced through rapidly reduced VCR prices in the early 80s it just didn't help our X—rated movies sales —— no one buys them! Why should they, when they can use their remote controls to flip through channel after channel of almost the same stuff in the comfort of their own homes? Now even the networks are getting into the act!" We cut back to Mr. Big, who responds, "I understand the problem, but I want a solution!" His eyes leave no doubt as to his meaning. We fade to black.

A few months pass. We are in another business meeting, but this time in a more refined, glamorous setting. A large sign pro— claims "PornProdCorp: Home of 'Amer— ica's Sexiest Horne Videos.m PPC President

Filthy McNasty (the first person to identify this reference wins Al's eternal admiration!) speaks. "Our contest to find "The Sexiest Woman in America" to serve as our hostess has been a tremendous success! We searched for a woman beautiful yet with All—American girl next door looks; a woman Virginal and untouchable yet sexy and slutty. We've received thousands of submis— sions, and narrowed it down to three final— ists. But, we know if we bring these women to Hollywood to audition, they'll all be sexy. We're looking for a woman so over—sexed she'd drop for any man, any loser, any dork, no matter how lame! Yes, our little Vanna Black must be one exceptional woman!" In a "masterful stroke," the pro— ducer decides to hold double—blind audi— tions, where the women don't know they're auditioning and the auditioner is a man so inept, so sexless, so lame that it would take the sexiest woman in America to possibly find him appealing. "Wherever will we find someone like that?" they ruminate. Heh, heh, heh. Of course, we know he's right under their noses.

We cut to the hallway outside that very same conference room to find our Leisure Suit Larry under our control. He hears the word "COFFEE!" shouted from the confer— ence room door nearby. He finds the coffee pot in the hallway, stumbles into the con— ference room and trips over his own feet, attracting their full attention. "What a dolt! The sexiest woman in America wouldn't be attracted to this." thinks McNasty. Sud— denly he shouts, "Hey, wait a minute, you!! Everybody else, out! I want to speak to Mr. Laffer personallyll" The room clears as Larry hears the pitch. "What? You want me to personally audition three women?" Of course, why it's a dream come true! But, there is a catch. "Remember we're looking for their reactions to a "normal" guy like you, Larry. If you tell them who you are, or of your powerful new position with the show, it won't be a valid test," says McNasty. "Instead, Videotape your meetings on this brand new, imported, .5—lux, Rob Lowe Model Complete—Video—Studio—in— a—Pocket—Protector. They must never sus—

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pect you are filming them! If you can pull this off, I promise you a big promotion: As— sistant Associate Director! But because of its tiny size, the camcorder's recording time and battery life are severely limited, so be sure you recharge when you finish with each girl." (Why, that's always a good idea, thinks Larry!)

OK. Now Larry is set up to Visit three over— sexed women. He leaves Filthy McNasty's office, finds his Video workshop, finds and takes the battery charger from the work— bench, finds an electrical outlet, plugs in the charger, and inserts the camcorder into the charger. While it's charging, he finds and takes the degausser from the work— bench drawer, grabs three Videotapes off the shelf, and applies his degausser to the Videotapes. He finds the file room, opens the file drawer labeled "Finalists," takes the three finalists' folders from the drawer. Any— time he has the folders, he can open one and examine the contents. One contains a Hard Disk Cafe napkin; another, a Tramp Casino matchbook; and the third, a busi— ness card from "Doc Pulliam's Dental Hy— giene Heaven." He then finds and takes the Aerodork Gold Card from the file room's credit card imprinter. He walks back to his workroom, grabs the camcorder from the recharger, takes the charger from the out— let, and inserts a degaussed Videotape into it. He walks outside, climbs in the waiting limousine, and heads for the airport. The limo driver is young, beautiful, desirable and unobtainable. They may chat during the short rides, but nothing will happen.

The limousine drops him off at Aero— dork Airline's convenient curbside "ATM Check—in Service." If he has the Aerodork Gold Card with him, the limousine drives away. (If he forgot it, he must return to the office to get it.) Larry inserts the Gold Card into the Automatic Ticket Machine, sees an ATM—type screen that offers only game— approved destinations, clicks on his choice of destination and out pops a Boarding Pass. During the game, players may Visit Larry's three cities (and Patti's two cities) in any order. For right now, we'll select New York City first to call on Ms. Michelle Milken. Larry takes the Boarding Pass, en— ters the terminal, crosses the lobby to the security checkpoint, and passes through

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the metal detector. (Add jokes here) The door of Aerodork's Chartreuse Carpet VIP Lounge is just beyond. He flashes his Aero— dork Gold Card to the security TV camera to gain admittance.

The Chartreuse Carpet VIP Lounge consists of four bare walls, a burned—dry coffee pot, and a folding chair. Fortunately, it's already time to board. The flight is announced, a "Now Boarding" sign flashes over the door in the rear wall, Larry walks to the door, and inserts his Boarding Pass into the ABM slot The pass is retained by the machine. The door opens and he walks down the first class jetway to his flight. (You may wonder how the other passengers got on ahead of him. He doesn't!) We cut from the jetway to a first—person View from his seat, behind a woman with a large hat blocking most of the airplane's movie screen. We watch (the edges of) the pre—flight safety Video lecture (during which Larry may take the In—Flight Magazine from the seatback pocket), then cut to a long shot of the airport to watch the plane takeoff. From the takeoff we cut to a satellite photo of the U. 8., see Larry's plane begin trace a red line between L. A. and New York City. We return to the "seat— back" scene.

Knowing his flight will be uneventful, Larry begins to daydream, thinking of Passionate Patti and what might have been, maybe could be, maybe even was. If the magazine is still there, he could grab it now. We see his Vision: Patti playing a classical piano recital in the Parthenon in the moonlight. She finishes, rises from the bench, and we cut to a reverse angle, showing her from behind, bowing to a standing ovation from a huge lavishly dressed audience. As Larry drifts off to sleep, we dissolve to the reality: Patti's huge audience becomes a few scat— tered souls; her ovation becomes a smat— tering of applause; and the Parthenon becomes "The Piano Pit," a rather seedy jazz club/sing—a—long piano bar in Georgetown, Virginia. We commence the second half of our opening cartoon as Patti walks off the grimy little stage into the grimy little office of the grimy little nightclub owner.

He begins their conversation by firing her! It seems "the Boys" didn't much care for her small audiences; her fans "listen too much

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and drink too little"; how can he and "his backers" be expected to make a profit like this? He stiffs her out of two weeks pay, she leaves in disgust, returns to the stage, grabs her charts, and walks out the back door into the dark film noire alley behind the club. Waiting for her in trench coat and slouch hat is FBI Inspector Desmond, who plays on her anger and convinces her to help her country while getting even with the Mob. They walk off—screen to his waiting car and we iris in, cover their short drive to FBI HQ in D. C. through text, then iris out to see Patti seated in Inspector Desmond's office. He explains her mission: she is to go undercover, learn of any Mob influence in the entertainment industry and obtain suf— ficient evidence so the FBI can convict them and clean up the business. Specifically, she is to investigate subliminal messages in popular recordings and the recent spate of obscene rap recordings. If she can learn anything about radio station payola that would be a bonus. In return, the FBI will set her up with a tour as cover and take care of all her travel arrangements. First class, of course. Yes, a private limousine for her exclusive use. (Mention is even made of a possible White House gig if things go well!) Patti consents. Desmond tells her to Visit Commander Twit for outfitting, she leaves his office, and we are again under player control, but now with Patti as ego. (This long cartoon sequence is, like all oth— ers in this game, easily bypassed by choos— ing an icon or by pressing the FF icon.)

Patti finds Commander Twit's laboratory and sees many silly things Twit could give her. Commander Twit shows her a security clearance, a codename ("Agent 88," of course), her contact's telephone number, plus some silly things she can't really use in the game: computer account, E—mail ID number, password, etc. He tells her to see the staff physician, Dr. Lyccus Von Pelt, for her official departmental checkup and "fit— ting" for her "Safety First" Field Locator De— vice. She finds Von Pelt's office and discovers the "fitting" is slightly more inti— mate than she expected. You see, Dr. Von Pelt is the resident gynecologist! She climbs in the stirrups and we cut to a Patti—eye View of his head between her legs (which are demurely covered by a sheet). As he raises the sheet, a hint of a smile crosses

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his lips. "Assume the position," he smiles. "Oh, sorry, I used to be a street cop!" (Insert cavern, clam, and fish jokes here.) He in— serts a metal probe, the screen shakes, he replies, "Oh, sorry; let me warm that for you." She squirms. "Oh, sorry; perhaps something in a D—width?" Patti gets her "Lo— cator" installed, the doctor leans back to light a cigarette, and Patti is on her way.

She finds herself under player control back in Twit's Laboratory. Patti finds a "Data— Man" and two corresponding ROM car— tridges for the two Villains she's seeking from his desk. She walks outside to her waiting limousine (we reuse Larry's limou— sine, but with a male driver), enters the limo, and is asked where she wants to go. Reading her DataMan, she discovers she has a choice of two men to investigate: P. C. Hammer at K—RAP, a 24—hour, rap music radio station in Philadelphia or Re— verse Biaz at des Rever Records in Balti— more. (Alternate: she can use the cell phone to call Desmond (using the telephone num— ber given her by Twit) who will fax her the info she needs on the limo's fax machine.) She can do either place first; we'll begin with Baltimore. She gives him the Baltimore address, then settles back for the trip. She notices a nice bottle of champagne resting in the limo bar and grabs it. We watch the limousine leave the curb, return to the inte— rior scene with Patti, when she begins to daydream. (The player immediately recog— nizes the similarity to Larry's airplane dream of Patti.) But Patti doesn't dream of Larry; rather, she pictures herself enjoying the good life with some extremely rich men. In this first dream, she sees herself sailing on The Tramp Pianist with Donald Tramp, enjoying the good life, performing Czerney on his chest. We cut to a close—up of Donald smiling, which melds into Larry smiling, still in his airplane seat where we left him.

We return the same airport long shot, show Larry's airplane land, then cut to the jetway scene. He leaves the plane through the ex— act same set of rooms as at the L. A. airport and player control is returned. (We reuse the same airport pix repeatedly for ALL the airports. Only the addToPics are changed to protect the animators.) Thus, we leave Patti daydreaming during her limousine ride, and

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Larry is again ego. Patti's inventory is gone and Larry's (small that it is) is back.

Larry reads a limousine ad on the airport wall, learns the telephone number of the local limo rental company, finds a cigarette machine, feels in the change cup, finds some quarters, finds a telephone, dials the limousine company, then walks outside to find his rental limousine waiting. He reads Michelle Milken's resume and learns she's a computer freak who loves to hang out at the Hard Disk Cafe near Wall Street. (If he has— n't read the resume, he won't know the ad— dress but can use the limo's cell phone to telephone his office and have them fax him the address.) He shows the driver the ad— dress. He looks at the inside of the limou— sine and discovers a previous passenger has lost his DayTrotter address book/calendar/everything notebook, so he takes it. Soon the limousine arrives at the Hard Disk Cafe.

He exits the limousine, it leaves, he enters the building and finds himself in the Hard Disk Cafe's lobby, which is decorated with computer memorabilia. When he requests a table, the maitre d' (the same maitre d' from Larry2 and Larry3) is unhelpful unless Larry slips him lots of cash from the Day— Trotter, or begs him for quite a long while. Finally, the maitre d' consents to make Larry a membership tape. He punches Larry's name and credit card number into a piece of paper computer tape, then places the tape in the punch tape reader by the cafe entrance where it is read, then re— turned to him. The tape reader's screen tells him the "track 86 sector number" of his table, the gate swings open, and he enters the restaurant's seating area, a large room with a few diners scattered about randomly at many tables. He sits down to wait for Mi— chelle Milken, which gives us a chance to do a sight gag.

A man in shirt sleeves and tie enters the cafe, walks to a corner, and faces the crowd with his arms folded. One—by—one the tables of diners notice him, rise, move to a table near the rear. When he's done, all the din— ers are arranged in tidy, contiguous rows. The man turns and leaves. If player clicks on him, he gets the message, "Why, that's Peter Norton, defraging the Hard Disk Cafe

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again!" This, of course, only happens once; from then on, Larry is free to enter and leave.

Soon thereafter we see Michelle enter the cafe, pass Larry's table to enter the Herman Hollerith Room at the rear. When Larry tries the door, he finds another punch tape reader. He inserts his tape; it's rejected with a "SystemLevel User" message. He returns to the lobby, reads the In—Flight Magazine (which contains a story about early ma— chines that use present—day computer prin— ciples), looks at the exhibits in the lobby museum, finds the music box and wraps his punched tape around it. The music box punches additional holes in the tape that the paper tape readers then read as "Gilbert Hyatt," who, of course, has the highest level of clearance in all microprocessors. (Alter— native solution: Larry gives the maitre d' all the DayTrotter's credit cards as a bribe.) Larry then reenters the cafe, walks through, and uses his new membership tape to enter the private room at the rear. (If Larry enters the cafe with the "enhanced" membership tape and hasn't seen the Peter Norton scene, just skip it, and start Michelle in as soon as Larry sits.)

Larry sits alone at a table for one, very near Michelle Milken's private booth. He strikes up a conversation with her. When he ex— presses interest in junk bonds, she ex— presses interest in obtaining his money. She invites him to join her in her booth and we cut to a close—up of the two of them alone in a booth. She orders several deserts ("the bananas du juor") and as they con— verse we see close—ups of her sucking whipped cream from various pastries, etc. Even Larry catches this message. They con— verse, with Larry always choosing the fi— nancial answer. (Alternately: at any time after the close—up, give her the DayTrotter's information concerning mutual funds, Swiss bank accounts, etc.) Following the instructions in the game's documentation, Larry sets up his Pocket Protector Camcor— der to record. (If he forgets, things still hap— pen, but the tape will just be blank.) Soon we cut to a reverse angle showing Larry's face and just his side of the table. Michelle slides beneath the tablecloth while discuss— ing the relative merits of insured versus un— insured bond(age). Larry's eyes glance

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downwards, then roll back in his head. He gasps, he smiles, he fades to black.

We iris out to find Larry in the lobby of the HDC, without his DayTrotter, membership tape, or Michelle. He applies his last quar— ter to the pay telephone on the wall, calls the limousine company, walks outside, finds the limousine waiting, enters, and ar— rives at LaGuardia, his mission accom— plished. He purchases a ticket at the ATM for either of his two remaining locations (for this document, we'll choose Atlantic City). He follows through the same airport proce— dures again, including another "I Dream of Patti" sequence. This time Patti's floating through Venice in the moon— light, casting romantic glances at her gon— dolier. We dissolve to the reality only to find Patti fending off the backseat advances of her limousine driver. She escapes the lim— ousine (and the driver) and finds herself outside The Shill Building in Baltimore where the FBI has booked a keyboard cut— in session for her. Unlike Larry, Patti's lim— ousine driver is only too happy to wait for her (heh, heh, heh) so she could leave the building at any time, return to her limou— sine, and head off for the next city. If she does, she'll miss lots of points, of course, but it is possible.

A guard sits at a table limiting access to the elevators. He asks her for her destination. She reads the DataMan to learn the office number of des Rever Records. (Alternate: she finds the office number by reading a glass case on the wall containing a list of all the building's tenants.) She gives the guard the office number, he phones upstairs, gets approval and summons an elevator for her (all without leaving his desk since he has no legs). Since the elevator is controlled from the guards panel, it automatically takes her to the proper floor. We never see inside the elevator —— after its doors close in the lobby, we cut to the doors opening in the lobby of des Rever Records. The office walls are mostly glass, which generates some nice 3— D effects. The lobby connects the recording studios, control rooms, and offices. It also contains a record player with turntable, amp, speakers, and a gold record mounted on wall. Patti can take the gold record and apply it to the turntable. It sounds fine at 33, but if she plays it at 78 she hears "DAT

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causes impotence." (Hmm. Must be a pre— Sony CBS recording.) If she plays it in re— verse, she hears "Porn is best at a quarter a whack!" She keeps the gold record for evi— dence.

As she walks through the lobby toward Studio A at the rear, she hears a speaker crackle, "Come into the studio, Patti. I'm waiting for you." She does, and meets Re— verse Biaz, the studio's chief engineer and specialist in backwards subliminal message recording. He tells her the synth is pro— grammed, the charts are on the music stand, the levels are checked and he's "ready when she is!" Patti sits at the synth, we cut to a close—up with just a keyboard and some music. He announces, "Take 1," the music starts, and the player must click on the on—screen piano keyboard at ap— proximately the right time to complete the recording. It will take several takes. If they can't do it, it's ok; well just cheat and do it for them. After she finally gets a good take, Reverse invites Patti into the control room to hear the playback.

She enters the control room, they listen to the tune, he compliments her playing and she has the chance to question him about his success in the biz. Eventually, he men— tions his speciality and how good business has been lately. Once she's heard the evi— dence she needs, she asks for some sam— ples of his work for her collection. He says he'll gladly give her some samples of his work if she'll give him some samples of her work! Eager to "serve her country" (espe— cially with such a cute man), she consents and we discretely cut back to the recording room pic, where we see her and Reverse get it on through the window. During their pas— sion, Patti accidently hits the Record button with her foot, recording their lovemaking. Later, Reverse adds a simple drum track and a synth bass part. At last Patti has a hit record! (She just doesn't know it!) (Al— ternate: she can give him the champagne she brought from the limousine. He'll talk a while, give her the tape, then chatter aim— lessly for a while.)

We iris in to black, then iris out on Patti in the limousine. The driver asks for a desti— nation. She reads the DataMan (or uses the cell phone to call Desmond at HQ), tells the

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driver the destination, and she's on her way to Philly. This trip she dreams of Wild Willy Gates, lying on a huge, bedroom—sized, cir— cular waterbed with wave—machine attach— ment, their interesting parts covered only by strategically—placed infrared Chiclet key— boards. We cut to a close—up of Willy whis— pering romantic source code and major computer vender deals in her ear, which dissolves into Larry snoring away in his airplane seat where we left him. His air— plane lands, Larry leaves the jetway and walks into the Atlantic City airport. Again, Patti is daydreaming during her limousine ride, and ego is Larry.

Larry reads a limousine ad on the wall to learn its local office's telephone number, finds a row of slot machines, finds some quarters forgotten in the machines, finds the telephone, calls The Tramp Limousine Service, walks outside and hops in the wait— ing limousine. The driver asks for the desti— nation. If he has the resume, he can read it, and then tell her the address. (Alternate: use the limo's cell phone to call Hollywood to learn it.) He then rides to his next en— counter.

Larry's limousine pulls up before The Tramp Casino on The Tramp Boardwalk, he gets out, and the limousine pulls away. At the door to the casino stands a not—Very— interactive doorman and a very—interactive scantily—clad woman, asking passersby to "Hey, wanna get lucky? Guess the number of which I'm thinking of." Larry guesses, is right, and wins a silver dollar. (Any time he has no money, he guesses right! Any time he has money, he guesses wrong! What are the odds?) Now he can play Video poker in— side the casino. He enters the casino, walks to a poker machine, and plays poker until he wins some money. Leaving the poker machine, he enters the ballroom at the rear of the casino, pays the bouncer $25, and sits in the front row of "The Tramp This! Wet T—Shirt Contest." When he's had his fill, he leaves. (You're right, there's no rea— son to have a wet T—shirt contest here; I just thought we'd all want to be there for the CD—ROM photo shoot!)

He leaves the casino, heads east down The Tramp Boardwalk. The boardwalk never ends (well, ok, maybe at screen 32,767!). To

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return to the casino he must walk west the same number of scenes he walked east. The back edge of the boardwalk is solidly blocked by businesses. The near edge isn't; if he steps off it, he'll fall into the sea. He doesn't die, but just swims west until he comes to the beach in front of the casino. Some kids and a few men rollerblade along the boardwalk scenes, passing Larry by, but there is only one woman. She is, of course, Larry's lucky Video lady, Lana Luscious, the woman he is to contact. His problem is: how?

Larry finds the rollerblade rental shop on the boardwalk, enters, pays for a rental with his money from the casino (Alternate: he can leave his camcorder as deposit, if he doesn't have enough winnings), removes his shoes, puts on the rollerblades and skates off. He skates terribly at first, but slowly improves with practice as the timer expires. While skating, we prevent him from falling off the edge with a funny, out—of—balance loop. After he's learned how to rollerblade, we add Lana Luscious to the scene. She skates a little slower than Larry so he can catch her. If he does catch her, he talks to her and she suggests they head for that nearby bench and rest. After they sit, we cut to the close—up of Lana's face. (Alter— nate: He drops a hundred—dollar bill on the boardwalk close to her; she'll stop skating to return it to him, then accept his offer to sit down and rest a while.)

Lana tells him her hopes and dreams, her wishes and desires, her ambitions and fan— tasies, but mostly just invites him to the big mud—wrestling tournament that begins shortly back at the casino ballroom. No fool, Larry agrees to meet her there. He returns the rollerblades to the rental shop (if neces— saly), retrieves his shoes and deposit (or camcorder) and walks to the casino ball— room, which no longer hosts the "Tramp This! Wet T—Shirt Contest," but now the "Tramp This! Mud Night Madness" mud wrestling contest. If Larry pays the bouncer $25 again, he sits down, Lana enters, stands in the middle of the ring and taunts him, urging him to "come on up!" Larry pays the bouncer $500 to enter the contest. He flips on his camcorder and heads up the stairs into the ring (vat? pen?). Lana at— tacks him immediately!

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We switch to an arcade game spoof with a bizarre interface. Female body parts appear on screen with the instructions "Click to grab here." Mostly they're arms and legs and necks and shoulders, but occasionally as the player moves close to click on one it changes beneath his cursor to a more inti— mate body part. Sometimes as the player moves near, a part will disappear and an— other part appears. This is all a smoke— screen, since what really matters is how often the player clicks the mouse and the number of seconds we've been wrestling. Larry and Lana wrestle, soon Lana is on top and appears to be winning, but eventually Larry flips her over onto her back, and spreads out on top of her going for the pin. She squirms, he squirms, they squirms, suddenly there's squirms everywhere! They both breath heavily, moaning sounds ema— nate from the CD—ROM drive, and they move ever more slowly and subtly, eventu— ally rolling off the far edge of the stage just as things get good, landing on the floor at the feet of the front—row patrons. We see the audience's eyes widen, we see muddy clothes fly, we see men cheer, but we see nothing of Larry and Lana. We get a few laughs, iris in to black, then iris out on Larry outside the casino entrance. He talks to the doorman, asks him to summon a limousine, it soon arrives and he's off to the airport. Upon arrival, he purchases a ticket at the ATM for his remaining location (for this text, all we have left is Miami). He fol— lows the same airport procedures again, including another "I Dream of Patti" se— quence.

This time, he sees her playing a strap—on keyboard synth (in a very provocative way) before the reflecting pool in front of the Taj Mahal in the moonlight. We hear a few bars before dissolving to the final Patti reality —— Patti standing near her limousine in front of K—RAP Radio in Philadelphia, listening to a broadcast over its exterior speakers of an advertisement for The Taj Mahal Cafe. Again, since the limousine waits for her, she could leave at any time, return to the limousine, and head for her next city. This (and only this) region takes place at night.

As she enters the lobby, we cut to a reverse shot of the building's exterior, revealing the top floor was just a small part of the entire

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structure, which stretches down a long hill— side in a series of rooftop patios. We linger just long enough for the player to under— stand this is not really a small one—story building at all, then we cut to the lobby in— side. Patti finds a bank of elevators, an un— attended receptionist's desk, and the office door of Mr. John Krapper, Founder, Owner, President and C. E. O. of K—RAP Radio. His office is secured with a combination lock. She refers to her DataMan, learns the com— bination, enters it and the door opens. She enters carefully, only to find his office de— serted.

Weird spotlights create pools of light, leav— ing portions of Krapper's office in darkness. The city lights are spread out in a spectacu— lar View from his panoramic windows. Patti changes from dark to light as she walks around the office. She finds a locked desk, but picks the lock with the letter opener lying on the desk. (Alternative: use the spare desk key, which he keeps hidden in the plant by the window.) Inside Krapper's desk Patti finds the combination to the downstairs control room doors and a folder of incriminating evidence in the desk's filing drawer. A personal copier rests on the ta— ble. If Patti tries to take anything out of the room, the game won't let her leave. ("He'll surely miss that, Patti! Better return it.") She can, however, use his photocopier to make copies then return the originals to the desk. Unfortunately, the copier jams before the copies are finished. She automatically opens the copier to repair it, toner explodes everywhere, and she is transformed into Blackface Patti. She returns everything where she got it (retaining just the copies), but now she can't leave by the front door ("the receptionist has returned"). She no— tices the "shower" in his bathroom. If she is not dirty, she can't enter the shower. ("You don't need a shower right now, Patti. You're not dirty." "(Well, you're not soiled!)") She removes her clothes, hangs them on a nearby hook, climbs in the shower, turns on the "faucet," and the "shower" lowers through the floor, leaving her clothes be— hind. ("Patti! You're so em'bare—assedll") She descends through the atrium lobby in Krapper's glass elevator, naked and black— faced, past floor after floor of office windows that fill with staring workers as she passes.

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The elevator comes to rest in the downstairs broadcast area.

As she steps from the elevator, she notices a M. C. Hammer—style rapper's outfit hang— ing conveniently on a nearby hook, grabs it, and is instantly transformed into "Rap— pin' Patti P." With her hip clothes and her newly—black skin, she may now wander the area with impunity. She finds herself in a complex of closed cubicles containing work— ers dressed similarly to her, discussing something she cannot hear. She feels cer— tain their conversations would be revealing to her mission. Wandering next door, she finds the station's control rooms.

Using the combination she learned up— stairs, she unlocks Control Room B, enters, and finds a microphone, dozens of knobs, sliders, and meters, plus a few usable pushbuttons labeled with the names of various offices. By pushing the buttons she can spy on the conversations in the other small studio—offices. She places a reel of tape on one of the recorders and records their incriminating conversations. Unfortu— nately, as she records 2 Live2 Screw in— criminating themselves, P. C. Hammer (the DJ in Control Room A) observes her, de— duces what she's doing, walks from A and blocks the door to B with a huge mike stand. He then leaves to get help! Patti is trapped in Control Room B! Using the con— trol room mike, she sings a powerful high "C" and we see the glass walls shatter! (Al— ternate: talk to P. C. Via microphone before he leaves his Room A, invite him to Room B, offer him the champagne from the limo, he gets drunk and tells all. You record him, and the others, then leave him there.) Patti finds the elevators to the rear of the room (not the glass one), returns upstairs, exits right past the receptionist (still in her Rap— pin' clothes), enters the limousine, and heads back to FBI HQ. This time, she dreams of Scrooge McDuck using a skip— loader to pour money over her naked body!

We dissolve back to Larry landing in Miami. He recharges his camcorder, reads the last girl's resume and installs a fresh tape in his camcorder. He finds no money in any of his normal locations, but does find a charity collection container, and steals a few quar— ters from it. ("There goes your chance for

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the "Larry's Kids" Labor Day telethonl") Here he finds a new ad: a company selling "replacement" green cards for aliens who have "lost their cards." Their logo is a La— tino man smiling and winking. Larry finds a limousine company ad, calls the number from a pay phone, then dials the counter— feiters and gets a card made. They leave instructions to pick up the card outside the airport in a few minutes. "It'll be on the trash can by the limousine stand. Be sure you leave my $1000, ok? (click)" Larry leaves the terminal, finds the trash can, takes the card, and "forgets" to leave the money (since he has none!). His limousine is waiting nearby. The driver asks for a des— tination. If he's read the resume, he's found Doc Pulliam's business card. (If not, he can use the limo's cell phone to call Hollywood and ask for the address.)

His limousine arrives below the second— story, walk—up offices of Doc Pulliam, dis— charges him and leaves. He climbs the exte— rior wrought—iron stairway beneath the giant revolving neon bicuspid, up past the "Gym—Dandy Gymnastics Center" and en— ters Doc Pulliam's waiting room. The "help— ful" receptionist completes the humorous forms in triplicate, ending with "is this an emergency?" Since it isn't, he may have an appointment in nine months and slams shut the sliding window. Larry uses the telephone in the waiting room, dials the number on Doc's business card, convinces the receptionist he's Dr. Payne, and he's sending one of his emergency clients over for Doc Pulliam. "His name is Larry; Larry Laffer!" (Alternative: Larry walks over to the waiting room magazine table, pulls the small, white doily out from under the WWII— Vintage magazines, wraps it around his head in classic 3 Stooges toothache style before walking to the window.)

He knocks on the receptionist's window. She slides it open. "Why, you poor dear!" slobbers the receptionist, as she ushers him inside to Chi Chi Lambada's Dental Hygiene Heaven bay, "come right in." We cut to Larry in the dental chair as Chi Chi Lambada enters the cubicle and stands beside him. (Larry's eyes beam. He has had fantasies about gymnasts!) Latin Muzak plays over the dental office's P. A. system. reclines the chair and leans over

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him. The chair is at the perfect angle for her to lambada Larry's arm and leg, which really turns her on. We cut to an extreme close—up of her face, showing ceiling for background. The music makes her dance, Larry plays along. The more Larry talks to her and the hotter the music becomes, the more she rubs herself on his arm and the more excited she gets. "Have you ever con— sidered dental floss an aphrodisiac?" (Alter— native: if Larry has the green card, the con— versation goes in a different direction. She wants to live here legally. If only there were some way... you get the drift. He gives her the card and we can skip the dancing talk.) She suggests they adjourn to her apartment downstairs adjoining the old gymnastics studio. Quickly, Larry sets the Pocket Pro— tector to record. We iris in to black, then iris out on the gymnastics studio after hours. The camera is peeking through her Venetian blinds, looking in from outside the building. We see Larry and Chi Chi flail around, passing back and forth before the window, executing tumbling runs, bouncing on trampolines, hanging by their heels from rings, etc. We iris in to black, then out on Larry standing outside the building. ("This is great, you think; you've been wanting to get more exercisel")

Larry returns to the dentist's waiting room, uses his telephone to call the limousine service, walks outside to find it waiting, en— ters, rides to the airport, gets a ticket for L. A., enters the plane, takes off and we go through the same "dream of Patti" sequence again. This time Larry sees himself in the role of Rick with Patti as Elsa in the closing scene from Casablanca. "You may not thank me now, but someday you know that the two of us don't amount to a hill of beans in this crazy, mixed—up world we live in..." The dissolve to reality shows Patti in that same trench coat, but Inspector Des— mond is Rick, debriefing her ("And you as— sumed that had something to do with removing underwearl"). In so doing, Des— mond informs the player of any points missed in the Patti portion of the game. "Well, Patti, I've got good news: you're the background music at the next White House dinner party." Right in the middle of this joyous conversation we cut to Larry in his airplane seat.

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This is not like the other transitions; it's sudden, obviously there's an emergenc —— something's wrong. Boy, is it! This time, Larry's face is facing downward, for the plane is plummeting to Earth. An an— nouncement requests "passengers with flight experience may wish to report to the cockpit." The pilot has just drained the air— plane's liquor stores and is unable to fly! ("What! No co—pilot?" "Cost containment. Do you think prices like ours are an accident?" "Yeah; an accident waiting to happen!" "They don't call us Aerodork for nothing")

Since Larry once sold flight simulator soft— ware, he volunteers. We cut to a three—way split screen, showing an immense cockpit smothered with dials, knobs, switches, gauges, CRT screens, etc. on the top half, a close—up View of Larry panicking in the lower—left quarter of the screen, and a long shot of the plane plummeting to Earth in the lower—right quarter. Through some tricky maneuvering (none of which works) plus accidentally catching his coat sleeve on the controls (which does), Larry pulls the plane out of its spin, saving the passengers. He then lands it safely (by tripping on the rudder pedals at just the right moment), and becomes a Big National Hero. Leaving the same old jetway, he receives the typical, after—the—game, congratulatory telephone call from the President, inviting him to "a big State Dinner in your honor, Mr. Lafner! Of course, I'll be unable to attend, but I will send the Vice—President." We iris in to black, then out on a long shot of a big White House dinner party.

We see the dais in the back, with two empty seats near the Vice—President. Patti is seated near the entrance with Desmond, her date. Mr. Big, the Mafioso Chieftain we met in our opening cartoon, in town to tes— tify at a major Congressional hearing on interstate trucking, is seated on the dais near the V. P. Larry is announced as the guest of honor, he enters, spotting Patti immediately. She rises, they embrace, he asks her if she'd like to join him at the dais ("since Ihad a little trouble finding a date,"). She agrees, and without asking Larry, invites Desmond too. Since there are only two chairs, and Patti and Desmond grab them, Larry is left standing. A Secret Service agent walks in with a folding chair,

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sets it up for Larry, and he squeezes be— tween Quayle and Desmond. So now our dais line—up (from left—to—right) is Quayle, Larry (sideways), Desmond, Patti and Big.

Big hustles Patti during the soup course, singing her a soft love song while attempt— ing to tempt her with a job as hostess of a new TV show he calls "America's Sexiest Home Videos." He attempts to impress her with his brilliance. "See what I've done: I've produced a TV show so Vile, so repulsive, so blatantly pornographic, so obviously ob— scene, that even our U. S. Congress will have no choice but to respond with legisla— tion tight enough to make the airwaves "Beaver" clean again, thus reviving pornog— raphy." Larry recognizes Big is referring to his show and calls Big on it. Patti recog— nizes Bigg's love song is one she composed for her LSL4 album. "There's no way you could know that song without having played LSL4! You're the one who stole "LSL4: The Missing Floppies" and you must be the man I've been chasing! Desmond, arrest him!!" Bigg leaps to his feet, pulls a gun from his pocket and aims it at Big. Larry throws himself on top of the V. P., slamming his face into the custard pie just placed on the table by the waiter. A Secret Service agent sneaks up behind Bigg, pulls his arm up as the gun fires, then helps Desmond wrestle the gun away. Big is handcuffed, and hauled away by Desmond and the nameless SS. agent, leaving Patti dateless. She turns to Larry, "So it looks like I'm free for the weekend? How about you?" Quayle thinks she's talking to him and replies, "I could set things up for Camp David..." Larry assumes he's being mag— nanimous, thanks him and hopes he'll get a chance to come along. "You've always been a personal hero of mine, Mr. V. P.!!"

We cut to the White House lawn at sunset. As the chopper takes off and slowly disap— pears into the sunset, we wrap up all our loose ends through text as the credits fade in and out over the lawn. "So, all's well that ends well? Well, well! We learn all Larry's "work" was for naught as the ASHV pro— ducer "simplified the auditions" by mag— nanimously awarding the show's hostess gig to his girl friend; ASHV went on to be— come the megahit of the season; recordings no longer contain subliminal messages

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since kids can't figure out how to play CDs backwards; the Mob's porn biz continued to decrease; Bigg pleaded insanity due to the high sugar content of the White House des— sert; Congress never did get around to do— ing anything to clean up the airwaves; the entertainment industry is only slightly more honest; and Leisure Suit Larry and Pas— sionate Patti are together again!" "Hey, Larry," says Patti, "ya got any good Videos we can watch during the flight?" 1.

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Characters

Larry

see lavishly documented Character Sheets, long on file at SOL.

Patti see lavishly documented Character Sheets, long on file at SOL.

Mr. Big Mob boss, racketeer, kingpin, pin—stripe suit, black shirt, white tie, gold tooth

Mob flunkees

Two big, dumb, strong guys with various funny faces.

Filthy McNasty President of PornProdCorp. Typical Hollywood producer stereotype. Too much gold. Terminally Jewish.

2 PornProdCorp flunkees

Just some suits with various, deadly—earnest, but funny faces.

Bobbi Bang Larry's female limousine driver. Same description as Bobby Bang, her brother the male limou— sine driver.

Bobby Bang

Patti's male limousine driver. Same description as Bobbi Bang, his sister, the female limousine driver.

Michelle Milken

Beautiful wealthy black NYC junk bond broker/computerized program—trading specialist. Wall St yuppie, power—sex. Hangs out at Hard Disk Cafe. Likes computers, software, and hard—ware.

Peter Norton Rolled up dress shirt sleeves, tie, dark slacks, needs a standing View with arms folded. Works the HDC main room.

Maitre d' Frag

Frag is his first (and only) name. Guards the entrance to the HDC preventing improper en— trance. Makes Larry's computer tape membership card. Snooty, uppercrust. Use same charac— ter as Larry 2 and 3, as the joke is he remembers Larry from those games.

A grimy Little club owner Seated behind a desk in his grimy office, cigar chomping, large belly

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Inspector Desmond FBI agent who contacts Patti at beginning of her segment, and is her contact throughout the game. Trench coat, dignified, looks like typical Secret Service type. (Earphone wire?)

Commander Twit FBI head techie, white mane of hair, lab coat, dry humor.

FBI flunkees

Just some generic guys who do nothing but work around Twit's lab.

Dr. Lyccus Von Pelt No relation to comic strip flyer. FBI gynecologist. Attractive, Warren Beatty in "Shampoo" (only upside down?).

Silver Dollar chick

No name, no personality, just hands out silver dollars outside the Casino. More automaton than character.

Casino Doorman Summons a limousine for Larry. Larry then "accidentally" gives him all his winnings.

ballroom bouncer Big bruiser. Collects money at doorway, not much else. It's a living.

various, sundry rollerbladers Generic guys, kids, teens, little girls, old ladies, but NO suitable chicks for Larry. Never stop skating left and right, so only 1 (mirrored) loop each is necessaly.

Rollerblade shopkeeper A clerk, skater—length hair hanging over the right half of his face. A "dude" without lots of brains. Knows his skates. Nothing else.

Lana Luscious Ditsy Atlantic City blonde—bombshell, former beauty pageant runner—up and wet T—shirt contest

entrant, now professional mud wrestler/casino change girl. Spends her days rollerblading on The Tramp Boardwalk.

Reverse Biaz Cute, studly hunk, long—haired, earringed Baltimore recording studio engineer specializing in backwards subliminal message recording.

Chi Chi Lambada

Miami—based Latin—American lambada—dancing former gymnast/dental hygienist. New in coun— try. Needs green card. Willing to "pay" for it!

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John Krapper President of K—RAP Radio. We never see him, just Visit his office.

P. C. Hammer Number 1 rap disk jockey and obscene rap lyricist at Wonderful K—RAP Radio in Philadelphia.

suicide man Will we ever be able to implement this? Probably not.

There is a continual, nonsense, running gag where occasionally upon entering a scene, a man is Visible in the corner. He attempts suicide and fails. Sometimes he walks off—screen, some— times he just keeps on trying. No point, no reason. (Rather like flasher in LSLl.) Choose from the following or add your favorites:

asphyxiation

guillotine, decapitation

blow brains out

break neck

burn at the stake

disconnect his own life—support system disembowel

drive stake through his own heart electrocution

lethal injection

fall on his sword

hara—kiri

drink hemlock

jump off a building

jump off a pier (boardwalk) overdose of sleeping pills overdose on drugs

pillow held over his face

Russian roulette

scalp himself

self—immolation

slash his wrists

slash his throat

dressed as a crusty old sailor, he scrimshaws his member

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Scene by Scene Description Throughout this chapter, underlined text indicates mouse click actions by the player.

"Material inside quotation marks" indicates print messages. All character dialog windows in which a character responses to player input includes a "talking head" of that character. Text in print windows is not normally inside quotes, unless it is dialog said by a character.

The picture change style "iris in, iris out" is reserved to denote the passage of time. The iris in goes to a completely black screen, we pause 3 seconds, print a message telling what happened, then iris out on the following scene. "Wipe from right" is reserved to denote a "Meanwhile..." scene. "Meanwhile...'s" all use the same frame. Following a "Meanwhile..." we "wipe from left" to the next scene.

Opening Sequence

100 Title

How about if we did something creative? "Sierra presents", then "Leisure Suit Larry in", "Epi— sode 5:", "Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work"

1 10 Copy Protection Spoof

First screen up upon anyEvent is a spoof of document—based copy protection. Screen says "Please remove your clothing and compare yourself to the photograph on page n of your man— ual. Click OK when ready!" Click and see, "Do you have less or more?" Click and see, "Less or more what!?" Click and see, "Boy do you look foolish!" Run "Opening Larry Cartoon."

1 15 Trivia Quiz I guess we have to do this again. Larry3 was the best way I can think of. Let's rip it off until something better comes up.

Credits

I prefer we list anybody who makes a significant contribution to the game. There is no special picture background for credits. Instead, use the Larry3 style, in which the credits dissolve in and out over actual game play. We'll show 'em all again (in same manner) at the end of the game over the closing cartoon, as the helicopter disappears into the sunset.

TouchTone Dialer

Stande telephone pushbuttons. We'll make the * and # do something funny. Show buttons depress. We'll do a spoof of voice mail ending in a circular loop with "press 1 for more". Several phone numbers in doco will actually work here. Sierra numbers, including 900 hint line.

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Opening Larry Cartoon

120 Mob boss' office

Medium shot. Many gangsters sitting around conference table in Mr. Bigg's office. Expensive decor, clothes; inexpensive taste. Bigg wants to hear their annual reports. Flunkee 1 begins. He ain't real bright, but nice suit.

Flunkee 1 explains problem. "As you know, ever since LPs in the 50s, our recording industry subliminal message campaign, "Just Do Drugs," has been a resounding success. Drug sales have never been larger, while prices remain firm as this slide shows." He projects Slide #1, a parody of presentation software slide shows. It shows an arrow indicating the growth of Mob drug profits versus record industry investments (it has a shape subtly similar to an erect pe— nis). Over the slide, Flunkee 1 continues, "Discounting our one abortive push to quadraphonic, results have been most gratifying," he concludes. "Now to you, Biff." Flunkee 2 is another rocket scientist.

Flunkee #2 begins, "Our pornography division also enjoyed a period of explosive growth as you can see from this slide." Cut to Slide #2, another upward—trending arrow (with a similar shape) representing 1955—1980 revenues from pornographic movies and magazines. Flunkee #2 con— tinues, "Unfortunately, after a quarter century of positive ROI, recent results have been defi— nitely flaccid." He shows us Slide #3: porn revenue, 1980—1990. "We attempted to counter this trend with a heavy investment in rap music, thinking teenagers' continuous exposure to porno— graphic lyrics would help sales of our wider product line. But the result is obvious: painfully declining penetration! Our market research failed to foresee the widespread growth of cable! Even when we forced through rapidly reduced VCR prices in the early 80s it just didn't help our X—rated movies sales —— no one buys them! Why should they, when they can use their remote controls to flip through channel after channel of almost the same stuff in the comfort of their own homes? Now even the networks are getting into the act!" He is interrupted by the boss...

130 Mr. Big Close-up

We cut back to Mr. Big, obviously angry, steaming, who responds through clenched teeth, "I understand the problem, but I want a solution!" His eyes leave no doubt as to his meaning. We fade to black.

140 Office of the President, PornProdCorp

"Six Months Later" Another business meeting, but this time in another, more refined, glamor— ous setting. PPC Flunkee #1 is concluding his report to the President. "And so, I'm pleased to say our contest to find "The Sexiest Woman in America" to serve as our hostess has been a tremendous success! Our Vanna Black character will be one exceptional woman! We searched for a woman beautiful yet with All—American girl next door looks; a woman Virginal and un— touchable yet sexy and slutty. We've received thousands of submissions, and narrowed it down to three finalists. I intend to have these three women flown here, first class, wined and dined before the auditions. National press coverage will be arranged. In short, everything is proceed— ing according to schedule." He sits down to a burst of applause.

PPC President Filthy McNasty speaks, "But, wait. I know if we bring these women to Hollywood to audition under those circumstances, they'll all be sexy. I'm looking for a woman so over— sexed she'd drop for any man, any loser, any dork, no matter how lame! I think we should hold a double—blind audition, where the women don't know they're auditioning and the auditioner doesn't know he's auditioning."

PPC Flunkee #2 interjects, "But, that's impossible. We need Videotape for review purposes. I don't know how we could do that!" McNasty agrees, "Yes, we do need to review. But what if you

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could find an auditioner so inept, so sexless, so lame, so unappealing that it would take the sexiest woman in America to find him attractive." Sounds of "Great idea!" "Of course!" "Master— ful stroke!" ring out. "But, Fil——, er, Mr. McNasty! Wherever will we find someone like that?" they ruminate. We scroll off screen right to the hallway immediately outside the McNasty's of— fice where we find our hero patiently waiting to begin the game.

[after Larry gets the coffee pot] Screen scrolls back right. In walks Larry carrying the coffee pot, passes behind Big and turns to pour coffee into his cup. We cut to...

145 McNasty gets scalded

We see Larry bump the glass pot against the edge of the table, breaking the glass and spilling coffee all over McNasty's lap. He screams in pain and anger, "You clumsy idiot!" shouts McNasty. "What a dolt! Who hired this fool? Sexy women? Why, the sexiest woman in America wouldn't find..." Suddenly his tone shifts while a light bulb appears over his head, "Hey, wait a minute! Wait a minute!!" We cut to "Close—up of McNasty" below.

150 McNasty and Larry 2—shot

Larry sitting alone with Filthy McNasty. "Nice leisure suit," he begins sarcastically. "What's your name?" "My name is Larry; Larry Laffer." "How quaint," he responds, ignoring your semi— colon, "your first and middle names are the same. Well, never mind, here's the deal. Luffner, we're looking for a hostess for our new show. We have three women selected as finalists, but we're all too busy to hold auditions. So I want you to "audition" them for us." He smiles and winks. "You do understand about how we "audition" girls, don't you, Loafer?" You're charmed. "What? Audition three women? No problem, boss, I'm your guy!" Why it's a dream come true! But, here comes the catch. "But, Loaner, if you tell them who you are, or of your powerful posi— tion here, it won't be a valid test," says McNasty. "We want to see their reactions to a nice, normal guy like you, Lori," he pulls out a pocket protector loaded with colored pens. "So I want you to Videotape your "meetings" on this brand new, imported, .5—luX, Rob Lowe Model Com— plete—Video—Studio—in—a—Pocket—Protector. You must never let them suspect you are representing the show or that you are filming them!" He smiles as he hands it to you. "If you can pull this off, Lipper, I promise you a really big promotion: perhaps even Assistant Associate Director! What do you think of that?" You think, "Wow! This could be the big break I've been hoping for! " But to McNasty you reply, "I promise to give it my all!" He concludes, "But because its a new model and its tiny size, this little baby's recording time and battery life are severely limited. Be sure you recharge after each girl." ("Heh, hey. Always a good idea," you think!) "OK, Safford, you've got two days. Better get the girls' bios from the file room and get going!" We cut back to Larry standing near the (now gone) coffee pot.

"PornProdCorp" -- Hollywood

The home offices of the production company creating "America's Sexiest Home Videos." in glamorous Hollywood, CA. Larry works here. There is no connection made between the Mob and PornProdCorp.

160 PornProdCorp lobby

A transition between Larry's workroom, McNasty's office, file room and exterior. Exit East to exterior. A large sign proclaims "PornProdCorp: Home of 'America's Sexiest Home Videos.m

[During opening cartoon] There's a coffee pot here with a pot of coffee. We come here for a short player control section: Cries of "Coffee" emanate from the boss' office until Larry takes coffee from the stand. Under program control he heads into the boss' office. We cut back to "Office of

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the President, PornProdCorp" above for continuation of cartoon. DAC machines will hear real voices yellling for "coffee!"

[After opening cartoon] Game begins with Larry standing here with pocket protector in inven— tory. Larry thinks to himself, "How did I get here? How did I end up in this job? The last I re— member, I was programming on a porch!"

Coffee pot is gone; nothing else to do with coffee area. Look in area of Larry's workroom hallway gives "Chief VCR Rewinder and Sterilizer (Beta Division)" Look door of McNasty's office gives "Filthy McNasty, President, C. E. O., C. F. O., C. T. O., C. O. 0., Chairman of the Board, Execu— tive Producer" Look door of fileroom gives "File Room —— Authorized Personnel Only." Look near east edge of pic gives "A door leads outside." Exit Via east edge.

Recharging camcorder at coffee pot outlet (as well as everywhere else where there's an electrical outlet): All outlets are a consistent height from the floor (isn't code 12"?) so we can reuse same graphics. Recharger on outlet Moving to the electrical outlet, Larry bends over, plugs in the empty charger, and parks it on the floor. He's free to move away. Camcorder on charger (if charger on floor) Larry moves to outlet again, bends over (same loop), inserts the camcorder into the charger. He is free to leave while it's charging. Look camcorder while in charger shows time left to complete charge. Look camcorder while in inventory indicates length of recording time remaining. Can't take camcorder from socket before it's fully recharged. A full charge equals 10 minutes of recording time.

A water cooler sits against the near wall, with bubbles occasionally rising to the top. If Larry is within a few pixels of it, and faces North, it burps and Larry says, "Oops. Excuse me." Only do once, unless Larry walks 80+ pixels away and returns.

170 Larry's workroom

Stacks of tapes everywhere. 55—gallon drum of disinfectant mounted high on wall with hose and spigot hanging down. Look shelf mostly says "There are many different types of Videotape here." Finding the tiny tapes says "these tapes look like they'd fit your new camcorder." Hand on tiny tapes grabs the three Videotapes, commenting "And you always thought those were DAT tapes. You cleverly label the tapes "Girl 1" "Girl 2" and "Girl 3"."

Look workbench reveals a battery charger on workbench. Hand gets it. Drawers under work— bench, all at same height (so one loop opens all) all can be opened with hand. Most give text gag. One contains degausser. Hand gets it.

Anywhere: degausser on tapes gives, "Sliding the switch to send rapidly alternating, pulsating currents through your degausser, you sensually rub it in slow, concentric circles over each girl's dedicated magnetic particles, gradually increasing in speed and intensity, until they (and you) are randomly aligned. A shudder passes through your body!! By God, that's degaussing!" "You wipe the sweat from your hands." Set tape state to degaussed.

Anywhere: tape on camcorder If tape is degaussed, "OK." If not, "This camera requires tapes that have been previously degaussed." Else, set camcorder state to tape number loaded.

Anywhere: hand on camcorder opens dialog window with elaborate requirements, only obtain— able through the doco. We'll flesh this out later.

180 file room [first time only] "Larry looks at the date and realizes a full year has past and he can remember nothing! He's had amnesia. What did he do? What happened to Larry4?"

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Look drawer mostly gives, "Filthy McNasty Personal" some drawers say "Losers" but one drawer says "Finalists." hand on drawer opens drawer. Can't really see much in drawer. Look drawer while open says "Here are (were) the finalists' resumes." Hand on drawer takes the three final— ists' folders if they're there, adding all three to inventory at once.

Look counter says there's a credit card imprinter with a credit card still in it. Hand on Counter takes the Aerodork Gold Card from the file room's credit card imprinter if it's there and he's read the message.

Anywhere, if he has the folders: Look folder works like this. It describes the contents, then adds an object to inventory. Look MM adds the Hard Disk Cafe napkin. Look LL adds the Tramp Ca— sino matchbook. Look TP adds the business card from "Doc Pulliam's Dental Hygiene Heaven." Those items are then lookable too. Each folder tells his destination city, the girl's name, and how/where to contact her.

190 PornProdCorp exterior

Show palm trees, Hollywood sign in background. Door enters PPC. Limo always waiting. Hand on Limo to enter. Hand on Limo to enter. Show Larry climb inside, then cut to "Limousine Inte— rior" below.

Generic Limousine

200 Limousine Interior

This scene is reused in every city as transition between airport and point of interest. Each city requires its own logic, messages and driver. In most cases, in the previous, exterior scene ego used the hand on limo to indicate he wanted to enter, we walk ego to the limo, newRoom to here where the limo is obviously standing still. The driver waits until the player provides the input to indicate destination. The only exceptions are: when Larry is finished in a city and can only go to the airport or when Patti is finished with her second city and can only return to D. C. In those (four) cases, we automatically announce to the driver the destination, and the trip be— gins. At conclusion of any trip, we see the exterior animation grind to a stop, have ego say "thanks for the ride," and newRoom to the next exterior scene automatically. Upon arrival in the newRoom, ego is standing beside the limo, so we never have to see him/her climbing in or out. Larry's limos always leave immediately. Patti's limo waits for her.

The following things work everywhere: Fast Forward icon takes us to ego standing after exiting the limo. There is a working TV, but it shows is commercials for other Larry games. Hand on tV turns it on. There's a VHS VCR with Beta tapes, not "takeable." There's a bar with liquor bot— tles, all of which are empty. Patti's limo has one bottle of champagne. Hand on bottle takes. Hand on onscreen button lowers and raises electric window to driver compartment.

Patti and Larry get different drivers, both are young, attractive, sexy, desirable and unobtain— able. They may chat during the short rides, but nothing will happen. If Patti's in the limousine, the driver is Bobby Bang; if Larry, it's Bobbi Bang (no relation, of course). In every city, Larry's girl driver's last name changes spelling (Bangue, Banng, Bahng) but we still use the same View. All have same description, etc.

Hand on cell phone lets Patti call FBI (only?) and Larry call PornProdCorp offices. All phones in the game utilize the same touch—tone telephone face for dialing (see "TouchTone Dialer" below). The fax machine is for incoming faxes only. If Patti uses the cell phone to call the number Twit gave her, she gets Desmond's office and requests a fax of the next address she needs.

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Larry's limo rides

departing L. A.

If Larry has the Aerodork Gold Card, the tapes, the recharger, or the degausser (he can do without the finalists' folders), he automatically announces his destination as "to the airport, please!" He relaxes while we cut to the first "Meanwhile..." scene below. After "Meanwhile..." he arrives quickly at the airport.

But if he forgot something, upon entering limo, Larry just sits. Soon the cel phone rings. It's Al telling you you're not ready to proceed. "Ignore Al / Exit Limo" "Al says, "Give up? Ready for a hint?" Click 'Yes, I'm a wimp' or 'No, I'll look some more!” Give hint or not. If he reads the clue, he doesn't get the points, but he doesn't need to solve the puzzle either. This same procedure is followed anywhere else Larry is "locked with no way to make progress."

N YC

[arriving after airport] A look shows a previous passenger left his DayTrotter address book/calendar/ everything on seat. Can take the DayTrotter lying on the seat in NYC. Window to driver is stuck. Driver can't hear us. Must give destination to driver by showing HDC napkin, or if no napkin, use phone, call office, get address, driver takes off (he explains "I just happened to overhear the address"). After getting destination, limo starts, we see a little animation of stuff whizzing past outside the windshield, then pull up at the "Hard Disk Cafe" exterior. If he attempts to exit the limo without the DayTrotter, we give it to him, but give no points.

[returning to airport] Larry automatically announces his destination as "to the airport, please!" Limo starts, we see animation outside begin to cycle, then do the next "Meanwhile..." (see be— low).

Atlantic City

[arriving after airport] Window to driver is stuck. Driver can't hear us. Must give destination to driver by showing Tramp Casino matchbook. If no matchbook, can use phone, call office, get address, driver takes off (he explains "I just happened to overhear the address").

[returning to airport] Larry announces destination automatically, limo starts, we see animation, then do the next "Meanwhile..." (see below).

Miami

[arriving after airport] Window to driver is stuck. Driver can't hear us. Must give destination to driver by showing Doc Pulliam's business card. If not, he can use phone, call office, get ad— dress, driver takes off (he explains "I just happened to overhear the address").

[returning to airport] Larry announces destination automatically, limo starts, we see animation, then do the next "Meanwhile..." (see below).

Patti's limo rides

Washington, D. C.

[after FBI] Patti sets the DataMan to either destination's info, then shows DataMan to driver. Or, she can cell phone Desmond's number at FBI HQ (which she learned from Twit) and get a fax back in return with the addresses on it. She shows fax to driver to give him the address, then settles back for the trip. Can take bottle of champagne resting in the limo bar. We cut to "Patti dreams of..." below.

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Baltimore

[after leaving K—RAP] If Patti has finished Phillie, she automatically announces "Home, Bobbi!" to the driver. Otherwise, she sets the DataMan to Phillie, then shows DataMan to driver. If no DataMan, can show fax to driver. Can take bottle of champagne resting in the limo bar. We cut to "Patti dreams of..." below.

after Philadelphia

[after leaving des Rever] If Patti has finished Baltimore, she automatically announces "Home, Bobbi!" to the driver. Otherwise, she sets the DataMan to Baltimore, then shows DataMan to driver. If no DataMan, can show fax to driver. Can take bottle of champagne resting in the limo bar. We cut to "Patti dreams of..." below.

Meanwhile... sequences

Each "Meanwhile..." is framed in a dark frame. It wipes in from the right, shows its little car— toon, then wipes out from the left when done. Start soon after ride begins. On each of Larry's trips to the airport (L. A., and after each of his three women), instead of watching the entire ride, we interrupt the ride to "take this opportunity to show you what's happening in..." Skip— pable Via Fast Forward icon. Upon return to limo, ride is slowing to a stop.

210 Meanwhile... Mob wants CANE

Bigg discusses with his Mafioso henchmen how best to raise public anger against A.S.H.V. One suggests using a new, hyper—active, conservative organization ("Conservatives Against Nearly Everything") to raise CANE against obscenity in rap music, suicide messages in heavy metal, and shock DJs. Bigg agrees they sound like the perfect group to form the vanguard of the pro— test against a filthy TV show. Just a cut scene, then back to the limo. Reuse V122, V124.

215 Meanwhile... McNasty on phone

Inset showing just McNasty on the telephone, listening deferentially to someone he refers to only as "Julius." He looks worried and assures him everything is proceeding nicely. Just a cut scene, then back to the limo.

220 Meanwhile... CANE gets a big grant

When CANE receives a sizable, anonymous donation to help its pursuit of porno on TV, i.e., America's Sexiest Home Videos, the excitement spreads through the hallways like the smell of their cheap hairspray! Make 'em all look like Jim Bakker. (Except for Tammy!) Just a cut scene, then back to the limo.

225 Meanwhile... CANE works Congress

CANE isn't letting its Mob "donation" go to waste. We see them delivering Halliburton suitcases full of money to their favorite, right—wing Congressman on a bench under a tree right outside the U. S. Congress! "I think you'll know what to do with this sizable cash contribution to your 're—election' campaign, Senator" "Have I mentioned how much we want to see Amer— ica's Sexiest Home Videos off the air?" "I thought so..." Just a cut scene, then back to the limo.

Patti dreams of...

The following three dream scenes take place while Patti is riding in the limousine between gigs. Dream "bubbles" appear near her head, swell to fill the center of the screen, then we see each of the scenes below in that bubble. Following the scene, we fade to black, print "Meanwhile, an airliner is preparing for its descent into %n." nextCityNameStr There is no attempt to "meld"

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the Vision into the conclusion of Larry dream which follows. Patti's inventory leaves and Larry's comes back. Fast Forward icon takes us to start of next Larry segment.

230 ...Donald Tramp’s Yacht

Patti falls asleep and dreams of drifting with The Donald on his fabulous yacht, The Tramp Pi— anist, enjoying the good life, performing Czerney on his chest. After this establishing long shot, we cut to...

232 ...Donald Tramp 2—shot

The Donald strokes Patti's hair with a diamond—encrusted, gold—plated, sable—whisker hair— brush while she tickles his ivories. The scene fades to Larry landing.

235 ...Wild Willy Gates

Patti dreams that she and Wild Willy Gates are lying on a huge, bedroom—sized, circular water— bed with wave—machine attachment, their interesting parts covered only by strategically—placed infrared Chiclet keyboards. Willy whispers romantic source code and major computer vender deals in her ear.

240 ...Scrooge McDuck

Patti dreams of Scrooge McDuck driving a skiploader through his money bin, picking up scoops full of money and showering it all over her naked body.

Generic Airport

All of these pictures are reused in L. A., NYC, Miami, Atlantic City, Washington, DC. All that changes is the addToPics of the city names and humorous advertisements for local attractions on the walls. "All airports look alike!"

250 airport exterior

[before departure in all cities] Limo drops Larry off here and leaves, never to return again. En— trance to lobby. ATM machine here. Look at ATM takes us to "ATM Close—up" below.

[after arrival in all cities] Limo doesn't appear here until Larry telephones limo company from phone in airport lobby.

Miami only

There is a trash can waiting here. (Look can says "Hold it till you get to the can!") If Larry tele— phoned the Green Card Corp. and made arrangements for a card to be delivered, when he en— ters this scene he can look can and find it waiting on the trash can. He can take card, but he always "forgets" to leave the money (since he has none!).

258 ATM Close-up

Automatic Ticket Machine. AutoTik from AeroDork. Looks like a computer monitor, but with a touch screen. Apply Gold Card to slot and machine comes to life. Only offer flights to cities Larry hasn't yet Visited. Click on destination. Issues Boarding Pass directly into inventory. "Welcome, Mr. Williams! Where to today?" followed by a selection of any remaining destina— tions.

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After a flight, ATM screen says "Out of Order. Try again later. Why not enjoy your stay in %s now? Have a nice day. Thanks for trying AeroDork" CityNameStr

"Want some cash?" "HA HA"

Airport Lobby

These three pix go together, scrolling left and right. Reuse same pic in every city, with only addToPiX changing.

260 airport lobby, West

Has electrical outlet to recharge camcorder battery pack. Recharger on outlet shows Larry plug in recharger. Camcorder on recharger after it's plugged in shows Larry place the camcorder on the recharger. Hand on camcorder shows Larry take both camcorder and recharger.

L. A. Nothing special. Only funny ads. All pay phones broken.

N YC

Larry reads a limousine ad on the wall, learns the telephone number of the "Checker Limo Co."

Atlantic City

Several slot machines on wall, one of which contains a quarter someone previously dropped in without pulling the handle. If hand on slot, Larry pulls the handle and wins several quarters. Quarter on slot machine replies, "Only fools play the slots, Larry!"

Miami

The change tray of a broken cigarette machine on wall contains two quarters.

270 airport lobby, Middle Has exit south to exterior, door on north wall. Apply Aerodork Gold Card to the rotating secu—

rity TV camera to gain admittance to the Chartreuse Carpet VIP Lounge. Two ticket agents ar— gue behind the counter, ignoring him. They move back and forth between p270 and p280. L. A.

Nothing special. Only funny ads. All pay phones broken.

N YC

Handicapped children collection cannister in CENTER. Hand on cannister takes quarters from little crippled children. ("There goes your chance for a Larry's Kids telethonl")

Atlantic City

Ad for "Tramp Limo Service."

Miami

Ad for JustGreenCards, a company selling "replacement" green cards for aliens who have "lost their cards." Their logo is a Latino man smiling and winking. "'Lost' your green card? Just call me! You'll get a 'replacement' immediately. We deliver!!" They leave instructions to pick up the

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card outside the airport in a few minutes. "It'll be on the trash can by the limousine stand. Be sure you leave my $1000, ok? (click)" L

280 airport lobby, East Bank of pay telephones, all of which are broken except one, which is randomly selected once per city.

L. A. Nothing special. Only funny ads. All pay phones broken.

N YC

Larry finds a quarter in a pay phone here, dials the limousine company's number on the (one unbroken) phone, then walks outside to find his rental limousine waiting. Quarter on Phone brings up "Phone Dialer" screen.

Atlantic City Nuttin special

Miami

Limousine company ad in RIGHT. Pay phones in RIGHT.

290 Chartreuse Carpet VIP lounge, empty

The Chartreuse Carpet VIP Lounge consists of four bare walls, a burned—dry coffee pot, and a folding chair. Barren, spartan, homely. Exit only to hallway and skyway. "You feel out—of—place in such luxury." Always the same. Fortunately, it's always time to board. The flight is an— nounced, a "Now Boarding" sign flashes over thejetway door in the rear wall, Larry walks to the door, look door mentions a slot for boarding passes, and he applies his Boarding Pass to the ABM slot The pass is retained by the machine. The door opens and he walks down the first class jetway to his flight. A continuously diminishing ego walks into the long tunnel and be— comes a tiny speck before we change pictures to his first class seat. Upon his return, he be— comes a steadily growing ego. (An experience not wholly unfamiliar to...) Take pot, chair do nothing. Click on chair walks Larry to it, then does an EOL of ego sitting, falling backwards, rolling, standing up while chair springs back up to normal position.

This scene is the same in all airports until the very end of game after Larry saves the airplane full of passengers. Then it becomes...

295 Chartreuse Carpet VIP lounge, full of reporters

Just a cartoon. After saving the airliner, upon leaving the jetway Larry finds the (now—expected, standard) VIP lounge completely full of reporters, TV cameras, lights, boom mikes, etc. As he enters, the room cheers. Someone thrusts a telephone into his hand and we an inset of the President. He makes the typical, after—the—Super—Bowl telephone call, congratulating Larry for "saving the Vice—President's Mommy," and invites Larry to "a big State Dinner in your honor, Mr. Laffter!" Larry grins and accepts. As the crowd goes wild, children ask for autographs, and photographers seek in vain for a "good angle", we iris in to black, then out on the big White House dinner party long shot.

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Generic Airplane

Used whenever Larry travels to or from a city. Always the same. "Don't all airplanes look alike?" "Aerodork —— the world's first all—automated airline. No messy humans to deal with!" The usual airplane sequence is: "Jetway," "Takeoff," (possibly "U. S. A. Map,") "Sitting in First Class," "I Dream of Patti," then game play as Patti until her dream sequence, then back to "Sitting in First Class" to see Larry wake up with funny Patti—dream parallel, then "Landing," then "Jet— way" at the next airport. Fast Forward icon always takes us to the start of the next important segment.

310 Takeoff (also Landing)

This is just a cut scene. Can be skipped with Fast Forward icon. Extreme long shot of tiny plane rising from runway.

On takeoffs, come here from the "Jetway" scene. If he took off from LAX or has finished all three girls, we cut to the "U. S. A. Map" below. If Larry's flying between the East Coast cities, we skip the "U. S. A. Map" below and instead, return to "Sitting in First Class." Each takeoff has a slightly more exaggerated, sillier animation.

For landings, come here from "wake—up in plane", watch plane land, then cut to "VIP. Lounge" where we see Larry walk out of jetway. Air traffic control jokes. Each landing has a slightly more exaggerated, sillier animation. For the final, Larry—controlled landing (after he saves the airliner), we show the plane do several "bounce and goes." Finally, Larry brings it in crosswise (on the taxiway between runways), the plane "digs in its claws" and screeches to a halt. Larry comments, "What a stupid way to build an airport” Imagine building a runway 50' long... and 2 miles wide!"

315 U. S. A. Map

This is just a cut scene used to show (only two of) Larry's flights to and from L. A. All flights are straight. After tracing about one—fourth the route, cut back to "Sitting in First Class" and show Larry begin to doze.

320 Sitting in First Class

This is just a cut scene. Can be skipped with Fast Forward icon.

[before dream] This shows Larry sitting in his seat, with the magazine Visible in the seatback ahead of him. His groin is hidden by the seat's armrest. He can take in—flight magazine from the seatback pocket for clues to more difficult puzzles. Clouds pass by occasionally while flying. Otherwise, the player just watches Larry begin to doze. Larry's dream bubble appears and grows to fill the center of the screen. We shift to one of the "Larry dreams of Patti" cartoons.

[after Patti's dream] Each Larry dreams ends with our return here, just in time for a punchline. Then we hear the "tighten seatbelts, we're landing" speech and cut to "Landing" above.

Larry dreams of Patti...

All of the following dreams are just cut scenes. Can be skipped with Fast Forward icon.

[after "Sitting in First Class"] Each scene appears in a cloud which is on top of the "Sitting in First Class" scene above. Each shows Larry's idyllic Vision of what Patti is now doing, then dis— solves to the current, less—than—idyllic "Patti reality" somewhere. Position the characters in the dream so they can meld into the reality characters without movement. Use same slow dissolve as in "Patti dream sequences" in limo. Show each of the following Patti performance sequences

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just long enough for us to hear enough of the music to know it's different each time. Ultra— romantic, idealized, backlit by moonlight, etc.

Dreams appear in an order dictated by the choices the player makes as Patti. Athens always comes first to set up the "Piano Pit" sequence with the FBI. When Patti tells the driver to take her to Baltimore Larry dreams of Venice. When Patti heads for Philly Larry dreams of the Taj Mahal. Casablanca always occurs last.

[after Patti's dream] After Patti's three dreams fade to black, we return here to see Larry's Vision of how his earlier dream of Patti is progressing. Each time something happens in his dream to wake him up, and provide material for a gag; fortunately, just as the airplane is ready to land. After seeing the joke, we cut to "Landing," above.

330 ...in Athens, reverse medium close-up

This dream always comes first, after "Take—off' from LAX. Patti plays a heavy, serious, classical piano recital featuring Romantic (with a capital R) variations on the Larry Theme Song for a huge audience outside the Parthenon. Patti in low—cut, high—slit, formal, black, floor—length, ultra—sexy gown. Black, 9', concert grand piano. Audience formally dressed (to the nines) Visible behind her. After hearing a few bars, we cut to...

335 ...in Athens, long shot Long shot showing stage in far distance, large crowd stretching downhill listening attentively. Patti finishes her performance, rises and faces the camera, and we cut to...

340 ...in Athens, reverse

We see Patti from the rear of the stage, bowing to a standing ovation from the huge audience. Much applause. Roses thrown to the stage. We dissolve to "The Piano Pit" and the opening Patti cartoon.

345 ...after Athens

When Patti's dream is done, we fade to black, then return here. We see a continuation of Larry's dream of Patti, except now he's leaning against the piano, she's leaning against him, he's rubbing her neck, her back, (Hey! He unzipped the back of her dress!), her sides, and al— most her chest. We cut to "Sitting in First Class" to see Larry's hands up in the air in front of him, squeezing two backs of nuts. The stewardess' voice says "Mr. Laffer, is there a problem with your nuts?" We cut to "Landing"

350 ...in Venice #1

This dream occurs if the player chose Baltimore as Patti's destination as he was finishing the previous Patti segment. We see a gondola float down a Venetian canal under a bridge in the moonlight. Gondolier is not Visible. "You stick it in too deeply —— an experience wholly unfamiliar to you!" We hear a few bars of some sensuous, Italian music, then cut to...

355 ...in Venice #2 (reuse for after Venice)

[before Patti] Patti lies in the gondola beside the gondolier, who looks a lot like Larry. She gazes longingly at him, he returns her obviously strong emotions. The music builds to a fever pitch, setting up the following scene, as we slowly dissolve to Patti's reality: she's in the backseat, fending off her limousine driver's advances...

[after Venice] Following Patti's dream, we fade to black, then come here. We again see a gondola floating through Venice, but this time, after setting the romantic mood again, it springs a leak

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right between Larry's legs, wetting his pants just as we cut back to "Sitting in First Class," to see sleepy Larry holding a dripping glass above his lap.

370 ...at Taj Mahal

This dream occurs if the player chose Philadelphia as Patti's destination as he was finishing the previous Patti segment Patti plays rock and roll with a strap—on keyboard synth by the reflect— ing pool of the Taj Mahal. Other band members nearly invisible. The angle of the synth empha— sizes her figure. We listen to a few bars of rock as we set up the following picture, then slowly dissolve to the Patti reality showing Patti standing before the K—RAP building.

375 ...after Taj Mahal

Following Patti's dream, we fade to black, then come here. We see Patti and Larry inside the Taj Mahal, lying on some large, Indian cushions becoming quite friendly. Her synth rests nearby. We see the concert site through the window. Patti plays an oboe, charming a cobra, causing it to rise from its basket. As we cut back to "Sitting in First Class," we see sleepy Larry's meal slide off his tray table onto his ankles. Since both of Larry's hands are Visible (but his groin isn't), we'll let the player's imagination determine why Larry's face is so red!

380 ...Casablanca

This dream always occurs last, as Larry takes off for L. A. We see Larry as Rick (Humphrey Bo— gart) and Patti as Elsa (Ingrid Bergmann) standing on the tarmac in the fog with the DC—3 wait— ing in the background fog. "Hill of beans" speech. We fade to the reality of Patti and Desmond standing in the foggy alley outside the Piano Pit again, dressed in their respective trench coats. Use the tight 2—shot of Desmond and Patti so we can see lots of Larry's face.

385 Dying in First Class

This is just a cut scene. Can be skipped with Fast Forward icon. Same as "Sitting in First Class," but pivoted 90 degrees to indicate airplane plummeting to earth. The transition here is not like the other transitions; it's sudden, obviously there's an emergency —— something's wrong. Boy, is it! An announcement requests "passengers with flight experience may wish to report to the cockpit." Since Larry once sold flight simulator software, he volunteers. The pilot's contract has just run out and he refuses to continue flying the plane! ("What! No co—pilot?" "Cost con— tainment. Do you think prices as low as ours are an accident?" "Yeah; an accident waiting to happen!" Pilot leaves carrying a parachute.) It seems the Vice—President's Mommy is on the flight with Larry. Cut to "Flight Stimulator" below.

390 Flight Stimulator

A three—way split screen, showing an immense cockpit smothered with dials, knobs, switches, gauges, CRT screens, etc. on the top half, a close—up View of Larry panicking in the lower—left quarter of the screen, and a long shot of the plane plummeting to Earth in the lower—right quarter. Through some tricky maneuvering (none of which works) plus accidentally catching his coat sleeve on the controls (which does), Larry pulls the plane out of its spin, saving the passengers. He then lands it safely (by tripping on the rudder pedals at just the right moment), and becomes a Big National Hero. We cut from here to "Takeoff/Landing" to watch Larry exe— cute the actual landing. Hand on throttle moves throttle. Hand on controls doesn't do much for a while, then a click says "Your leisure suit catches on the steering wheel, right the airplane." In the exterior View window, we see the plane correct its flight while in the Larry window, we see him smile. "But now comes the hard part —— you've got to land this thing!" Cut to "Take— off/ Landing".

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Opening Patti cartoon

400 "The Piano Pit"

This is just a cut scene. Fast Forward icon skips ahead to Desmond's office. We dissolve here from Larry's dream of Patti at the Parthenon. Patti is just finishing her last show at "The Piano Pit," a rather seedy jazz nightclub/sing—a—long piano bar in Georgetown, Virginia. Show small club, few customers, bored bartender in rear polishing glasses. Pic should exactly match Larry's dream pic, except surroundings are a dive. Constants are: piano and Patti. Variants are: stone columns become drabby, dingy curtain legs; roses on stage becomes napkins; patrons throw napkins at stage instead of roses; huge audience becomes scattered drunks ignoring her. Patti bows to smattering of applause, then walks off the grimy little stage into the grimy little office of the grimy little nightclub owner...

405 club owner's office

Small, tight, little, overcrowded, grimy office. Framed picture. Patti walks in, sits sexily on a corner of desk. He begins their conversation by firing her! It seems "Julius didn't much care for your small audiences; your fans listen too much and drink too little"; how can he and "his backers" be expected to make a profit like this? Patti learns she's not getting stiffed out of two weeks pay (again) and next week's gig is cancelled. Under program control, she leaves in dis— gust, returns to the stage, grabs her charts, and walks out the back door into...

410 Dark Alley Exterior

A dark, film noire alley behind the club. We can see "The Piano Pit" neon sign flashing in dis— tance. Trashy, garbage, bottles stacked up. Night. Mist coming from manholes and basement windows. Waiting for Patti in his trench coat and slouch hat is FBI Inspector Desmond, who plays on her anger and convinces her to help her country while getting even with the Mob. Overlay faces while conversing. They walk off together through the mist to his waiting car, into the foggy backlighting. Film noire. They walk off—screen and we iris in, cover their short drive to FBI HQ through text, then iris out to see Patti seated in Inspector Desmond's office.

415 Dark Alley, 2—Shot

[opening cartoon] Show lots of face for expressions, just Patti and Desmond talking. This pic must match the last Larry dream shot (Casablanca).

[end of game] We dissolve into this scene from Larry's dream while heading to L. A. on his final flight. Patti and Desmond are Ingrid and Bogie. This time he is debriefing her. She tells him all the Patti points the player accomplished during the game. If points were missed, Desmond sug— gests she could have done more in "that area." This is just a sneaky way to let the player know where they missed points. "And in appreciation of all you've done, Patti, I want to assure that, true to my word, I've made all the necessary arrangements, and you are officially on the bill as entertainment at the very next White House dinner!" "Oh, Paul! I'm so happy. Perhaps now my career will finally take off!" As he begins to explain the arrangements, we are interrupted by the emergency on Larry's flight, and go immediately to "Dying in First Class."

"FBI Headquarters" -- Washington, D. C.

420 Inspector Desmond's Office, 2—shot

This is just a cut scene. Fast Forward icon skips ahead to just after Von Pelt's office. Patti is briefed by Inspector Desmond for her mission into the dark side of the music biz. Government office; nondescript. Chair for Patti to sit. Desmond sits behind his desk to make his View

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smaller. Like all the cartoon sequences in this game, this can be bypassed by the Fast Forward icon. Desmond explains Patti's mission to her. "You must go undercover to learn of any organ— ized crime influences in the entertainment industry. Obtain sufficient evidence so the FBI can convict them and clean up the business." "Yes, but what area? Crime is rampant." "Specifically, investigate subliminal messages in popular recordings and the recent spate of obscene rap re— cordings. We think some guy named Julius is involved with 2 Live Screw and K—RAP. In return, well set you up with a tour as cover and take care of all your travel arrangements. First class, of course. Yes, a private limousine for your exclusive use. Possibly even a White House gig if things go well!" Patti consents, "When do I start?" Desmond tells her "Let me introduce you to Commander Twit. He'll fit you with everything you need." We cut to "Commander Twit's work— shop, West" below.

425 FBI exterior

Entered only from Laboratory. Just a place for Patti to enter the limousine or return to Com— mander Twit's workshop thru "Stein Labs" door. Backgrounds should look Washington, DC.— ish. Patti can walk up to the limo, hand on limo means we cut the limo interior to find her in— side. Typical city storefronts, except with names revealing the type of offices within: "Gyno—Man —— We Deliver!", "The Woodwind Repair Shop" and "Stein Laboratory —— We'll Be Frank With You."

430 Commander Twit's workshop, West Connects to r440 by scrolling. There is a door here that takes us to the FBI exterior, where we find the limo waiting in the street. The door back into Desmond's office is always locked.

[opening cartoon] Here's where we set up the joke for Dr. Von Pelt. Very techie laboratory. Spoof of the J ames Bond movies' overly high—tech gadgets. Twit and Patti walk through this scene on her way to Von Pelt's office. As they walk, Twit pauses at several tables to shows her gag spy items. "This is our new 'heat—seeking, ground—to—air Vibrator'" We show an inset of the experi— ment, showing the agent turning on the Vibrator but forgetting to let go. The Vibrator seeks the closest source of heat, heading over his head, down his back and up his asshole. He begins to shudder Violently and shakes his way out of the inset. The second "is our 'hair—trigger, armor— piercing brassiere.‘ To fire it, merely touch your elbows behind your back!" The techie thinks Twit means him and now, so he does it. Another techie gets it! He turns toward us, blinks, and slinks out of the frame. We return to the main picture to see Twit and Patti walk to Commander Twit's workshop, East.

[after Pelt—ing] A cartridge storage rack (i.e., bookshelf) stores many ROM cartridges for the DataMan. If she remembers the #‘s given her by Twit, she can find the corresponding carts for the two Villains she's seeking. take Rom Cart puts them in inventory.

440 Commander Twit's workshop, East

[opening cartoon] The third techie is working on "high—yield, space—age polymer, chemical flatu— lence powder suitable for destabilizing governments by embarrassing a country's leader while at a major state functions!" As he speaks, the techie takes a drink and he swells like a Macy's pa— rade balloon. We see him bouncing off the walls and disappear out of the inset. "Possibly a lighter dosage would be preferable!"

He stops at a computer to issue her contact's telephone number (which she may dial with the limo's cell phone), plus a bunch of fake funny spy knowledge she doesn't need: computer ac— count, E—mail ID number, password, security clearance, codename ("Agent 88," of course), etc. He tells her she'll need an official departmental medical checkup and "a fitting" for her "Safety First" Field Locator Device. They end up at the far end of the laboratory before a door labeled "Medical." He opens the door, introduces her to Dr. Von Pelt who tells her "Nice to meet you.

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Take off all your clothes!" ("Fast worker," she thinks.) "Assume the position," he smiles. "Oops, sorry; I used to be a field agent!" She enters, we see the door close, and we move to "Dr. Lyccus Von Pelt's office" below.

[after Pelt—ing] Patti is standing outside the door to Von Pelt's office, under player control. The door back into Von Pelt's office is always locked. The hair—trigger bra is issued to her and added to inventory. This is the start of her portion of the game. (We could also come here from a Fast Forward during Patti's opening cartoon.) She roams the lab tables looking for stuff. She finds the "DataMan" on the workbench beside a computer. Take Dataman installs it in inven— tory.

450 Dr. Lyccus Von Pelt's office

All takes place in opening cartoon. Angle is from over Patti's head so we can see a Patti—eye View of Dr. Von Pelt's head between her legs (which are demurely covered by a sheet). As he raises the sheet, a hint of a smile crosses his lips. "God, I love this job!!" (Insert cavern, clam, and fish jokes here.) He inserts a metal probe, the screen shakes, he replies, "Oh, sorry; let me warm that for you." As he installs the device, she squirms. "Oh, sorry; perhaps something in a D— width?" He brings out a syringe. "Just relax; you'll only feel a little prick." (A feeling not wholly unfamiliar to you!) We iris in to black, print "two hours later..." then iris out to...

458 post-Pelting

After Patti gets her "Locator" installed, we see von Pelt leaning back in his chair with a ciga— rette. He inhales, exhales, does a take to the player, feels his head for his now—missing miner's helmet. We cut to Patti outside his door in r440.

Closing Cartoon

460 White House Dinner long shot

This is a cut scene, skippable Via the Fast Forward icon which takes the player to "Helicopter— ing Into The Sunse " below. We see the dais in the back, with the two empty seats of honor near the Vice—President. Patti is seated near the entrance with Desmond, her date. Mr. Big, the Mafioso Chieftain we met in our opening cartoon, is seated on the dais near the V. P. Larry is introduced last, makes his entrance, sees Patti, rushes to her. As they embrace, we cut to "Patti embraces Larry" below.

[after "Patti embraces Larry"] Patti 86 Desmond walk to the dais, followed by Larry. Since there are only two chairs, and Patti and Desmond grab them, Larry is left standing. A Secret Service agent walks in with a folding chair, sets it up for Larry, and he squeezes between Quayle and Desmond. So now our dais line—up (from left—to—right) is Quayle, Larry (sideways), Desmond, Patti and Big. During dinner, Larry makes a few comments to Quayle and Desmond, then Mr. Big leans over to Patti. As they embrace, we cut to "Big hustles Patti" below.

[after "Bigg hustles Patti"] Larry, eavesdropping, turns to Patti, "Wait a minute, Patti. Some— things wrong. He's offering you the job as hostess of "America's Sexiest Home Videos!" But he has nothing to do with that! I was sent to find... Say, unless you're the money behind...?"

"JULIUS!" you cry, suddenly putting everything together! "Desmond! Arrest this man!" You fi— nally realize where you heard that love song Bigg was humming! "That song! I wrote that for the album I made in LSL4: The Missing Floppies!" There's no way you could know that song unless you played LSL4! Those disks were stolen before they reached production Of course, you hired me to create the music, then erased the floppies to keep from paying me! No wonder my poor Larry has amnesia” Julius Bigg you are the man I've been chasing!"

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Bigg leaps to his feet, pulls a gun from his pocket and aims it at Desmond, shouting "That's what you think!" Larry thinks he's aiming at Quayle, cries, "I'll save you, Sir!" and throws him— self on top of the V. P., slamming his face into the lemon merangue pie before him. Patti turns to Big, touches her elbows behind her back, her exploding bra does its thing, and Big is smoked and stunned. Desmond grabs the now—stunned Bigg, takes his gun, cuffs him and leads him away, leaving Patti dateless. Quayle rises from the pie, wiping his face. Larry looks embarrassed.

Patti turns to Larry, "So... it appears I'm free for the weekend? How about you?" Quayle thinks she's talking to him and replies, "Er, uh, perhaps I could set up a little excursion to Camp David..." Larry assumes he's being magnanimous, "Gee, thanks! I hope you 'n the missus get a chance to come along too. You know, you've always been my personal heroll" Fade to black...

470 Patti embraces Larry

Inset pic over the "Dinner Scene" above. A passionate embrace, and a chance for us to catch up with years of missing activity, including Larry's amnesia and Patti's recent successes. Restate positions: Larry infatuated with Patti; Patti indifferent but not disinterested. Larry asks her if she'd like to join him at the dais, "since I had a little trouble finding a date." She accepts, and without asking Larry, invites Desmond to come along as we return to the previous pic.

475 Big hustles Patti

A close—up of just Patti 86 Big. Big is close to Patti's ear, obviously trying to score. Patti looks uneasy.

"It's so fortunate that you're here this evening. I'm only in town for a short time. Have to testify at that major Congressional hearing on pornography in the entertainment industry . You've heard about it, of course? Yep, my job is to convince our U. S. Congress to create anti— pornographic legislation tight enough to make the airwaves "Beaver" clean again, like in the good ol' days!" His breath curdles your hairspray. You're unimpressed, and decide to play hard to get. He hums a little love song which sounds oddly familiar to you. Realizing you're unim— pressed, he digs in deeper. "You know, Patti (may I call you Patti?), you're a very sexy woman. In fact, I've been looking for just such a woman for a new position I've created." Again, he hums that little tune. "What is that melody? Where have I heard it?" you wonder. "Patti, let me cut to the chase: you seem like a woman interested in success. How would you like to be the hostess of a new TV show? We were looking for the sexiest woman in America. Say the word, and it will be you!" Finally, you respond, "Really, Mr. Big, your offers are not the least bit..." He inter— rupts you, "Oh, Patti! Don't be so formal. Just call me Julius.” "JULIUS!" you think, your mind racing!

We cut back to the previous pic.

480 Helicoptering Into The Sunset

We cut to the White House lawn at sunset to see Marine Corps One take off from the White House lawn and slowly disappear into the sunset, carrying Larry and Patti away to spend a long weekend at Camp David with Larry's heroes: the Quayles.

We wrap up all our loose ends through text over the lawn as the credits fade in and out over the sunset. "So, all's well that ends well? Well, well! We learn all Larry's "work" was for naught as the ASHV producer "simplified the auditions" by magnanimously awarding the show's host— ess gig to his girl friend; ASHV went on to become the megahit of the season; Bigg got off scot— free after pleading insanity due to the high sugar content of White House desserts; recordings no longer contain subliminal messages since kids can't figure out how to play CDs backwards; the Mob's porn biz continued to decrease; Congress never did get around to doing anything to

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clean up the airwaves; the entertainment industry is only slightly more honest; and Leisure Suit Larry and Passionate Patti are together again!" "Hey, Larry," says Patti feeling the bulge in Larry's leisure suit, "waddaya say we watch these Videotapes during the flight?" 1.

"The Hard Disk Cafe" -- New York City

Here Larry finds Michelle Milken, noted Wall Street junk bond saleswoman and financier.

500 "Hard Disk Cafe" exterior Room for limousine. Limousine drives off as soon as Larry exits it, so keep it small. Nothing else to do. Walk on inside.

[after Michelle] Limo shows up here only after Larry telephones for it from the HDC lobby tele— phone.

5 10 lobby

Courtesy (free, non—pay) telephone near maitre 'd. Generic woman stands talking on phone end— lessly. Lobby decorated with computer memorabilia in display cases both on the floor and mounted on the walls. As Larry walks toward the "museum" area, we cut to "computer memo— rabilia Close—up" below. To the other side an antique paper tape reader/puncher stands before a steel gate. Talk man to maitre d' (whose last name is Frag) gives several responses, but gen— erally he treats Larry with respect. He remembers him from previous games (he worked at the resort in Larry2 and the casino of Larry3). When he requests a table, the maitre d' is unhelpful unless Larry applies cash to man (from the supply in the DayTrotter), or talks man for quite a long while (several messages). If Larry applies credit cards to man, Frag says "save those, they may come in handy later." Eventually, the maitre d' consents to make Larry a membership tape from the old paper tape puncher/reader so Larry can gain admission to main dining room. He works the punch tape machine and it produces a short strip of paper computer tape, which the maitre d' gives to Larry. Apply tape to reader takes us to "paper tape reader close—up" below.

After Larry watches Michelle enter the Hollerith room, he can return to the lobby. Talk man says he wants into private room. Maitre d' mentions credit cards. If he has the DayTrotter, he can give him all the credit cards, Frag makes him an improved tape (that still says Larry), and he can now enter Hollerith room.

[after MM] We iris out to find Larry standing in front of the gate, without his DayTrotter, credit card collection, cash, membership tape, or Michelle. Woman has finally stopped talking on telephone, so he can call the limousine company to retreive him. He walks outside, finds the limousine waiting, enters, and arrives at LaGuardia, his mission accomplished.

A Look at the display cases gives some information about them (probably accurate, but infer— ring to keep looking) and a single—cell View of the object. Then he walks past a case with floppy disk, magnetic tape, paper tape, punch card, player piano roll, Jacquard loom card, and a mu— sic box. Again, a Look explains how these relate to modern computers. The music box is play— able with the Hand, but it sounds like hell. If he has the paper membership tape, the message notices the music box's cylinder is the same width as his paper tape. If he applies tape to music box, cut to a small window showing the tape wrapping around the cylinder, punching addi— tional holes in the tape. "You may well have ruined your only chance at admission!"

520 paper tape reader close-up Shows mostly a computer monitor screen attached to the paper tape reader. Text should look old, dotty, 24—column and all caps. Need only enough on—screen space to display Larry's name,

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User ID# number. This pic is used both in the HDC lobby and cafe (at the entrance to the Her— man Hollerith Room).

[in lobby] "Processing..." "Welcome, User. You are assigned to Track 68, sector 4f." Cut back to Lobby scene, see gate swing open, and Larry enter the cafe under program control.

[in cafe] "Processing..." If plain paper tape, "Your clearance level prevents access. Assigned to Track 68, sector 4f." If "improved" tape from music box, "WELCOME, Gilbert Hyatt. Sit any— where!" If "upgraded tape" from maitre d', "Welcome, SuperUser Laffer. Access approved." After either of these, we cut back to Cafe pic, watch the rear door swing open, and Larry enter the private room under program control.

525 The Cafe

Tables are arranged in very straight, symmetrical rows and columns, numbered by track and sector. Tables stretch off—screen to left and right, implying a much bigger room. Looks like in— side of a hard disk. Door labeled "The Herman Hollerith Room." Larry is assigned to "track 68, sector 4f'. Some tables have "Reserved: system" signs. Nothing happens until Larry sits at his assigned table to wait for Michelle Milken. Michelle won't show up until Larry sits down. When he does, we prevent Larry from rising, she enters, passes near Larry's table, Larry recognizes her, tries to stop her by saying something, but she brushes past him, ignoring him completely to enter the door at the rear of the room. Once Michelle's through the door, Larry can stand. If he inserts his tape at the door, we cut to the "paper tape reader close—up" above.

530 "The Herman Hollerith Room"

Private dining room, intimate setting. Dark walls, candlelight, expensive crystal, linen, silver. Only a very few tables, all couples closely involved with each other, except for Michelle Milken who dines alone in a rather enclosed booth. Near her booth is the only empty table, a serving cart for one which Larry automatically walks to and sits down at upon entering the room. They are the only two dining alone. Talk girl lets him strike up a conversation with her. She remains uninterested and unimpressed until Larry eventually expresses interest in junk bonds or he shows her his DayTimer. Then she expresses interest in obtaining his money! She invites him to join her in her booth. After he sits, we cut to her close—up below.

535 Michelle Milken close-up #1

[first time] "I laugh all the way to and from the bank!" She has already ordered desert ("la tubu— lar du juor") and as they converse, she slowly and seductively eats it. She begins by dipping her index finger into the whipped cream, then sucking it off ("Don't you just love stiff cream?"). Larry discusses computers, games, and financial security. Choosing the financial answer makes progress. If give DayTrotter to her, she uses her 18" tongue to snap off the sundae's cherry without moving her head. She becomes convinced that Larry's a rich eccentric with much money to invest. She suggests they make their booth more private so they can talk "fi— nancial affairs." We return to the long shot of the restaurant, see the other customers have left, watch MM reach up and draw the curtain across their booth, then return to...

540 Michelle Milken close-up #2

[after curtains closed] Michelle goes down on her sundae, sucking the ice cream from the dish, then sits up, leaving the banana standing erect in the dish. Even Larry gets her drift. (Lower filth levels skip this.) She then "shoulder walks" her way down the booth, disappearing under the table. Somewhere during this sequence Larry should start the pocket camcorder running to

record the "blow—by—blow" action, following the instructions in the game's documentation. FF skips this scene, taking the player to "HDC Lobby, after MM."

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545 Larry close-up

Shot from behind Michelle, showing Larry's upper body at the table. Larry's head must be large enough so we can see good facial reactions. Michelle finds out Larry used to be in software. "How would you like me to download onto your hard disk?" she sighs as she slowly slides be— neath the tablecloth while discussing the relative merits of insured versus uninsured bond(age). Larry's eyes glance downwards, then roll back in his head. He gasps, he smiles, he does lots of facial takes. As his eyes roll back in his head, we discretely iris in to black, then iris out on Larry standing in the HDC lobby without his DayTrotter, credit cards, membership tape or money except the quarters he needs to use the phone. FF to skip this scene.

"The Shill Building" -- Baltimore

600 Backseat Patti

FF skips this scene, taking the player to outside the limo. We dissolve into this scene from Larry's "Patti in Venice" dream. The reality is, she has arrived in Baltimore and must fend off her limousine driver's backseat advances. Common elements in the two pictures are: Patti and driver. We only watch a few seconds (in which his advances are not too strenuous). Struggling to get away from the driver, she exits the limousine still under program control to stand in front of the...

610 "The Shill Building" Exterior

Limousine waits for Patti to return, so she can leave building at any time and head off for the next city. Revolving door. (Is this the only type of door we haven't done yet!?) Tall building in midst of other tall buildings. Granite, brass and chrome exterior.

620 Shill Building Lobby

A guard sits at a table preventing entrance to elevator without destination. Wall holds directory with list of tenants. Look board cuts to "Building Directory" below, then returns here.

Talk guard gets a request for destination. Talk guard (if Patti has learned office number from DataMan or fax transmission) or Apply DataMan to guard (if set to record company) makes him call ahead for approval. Guard says they're waiting for her piano cut—in session. He gets it, summons elevator (all without leaving his desk since he has no legs), elevator doors open, Patti enters under program control and she automatically goes to destination floor only. We never see inside the elevator —— after its doors close in the lobby, we cut to the doors opening in the lobby of des Rever Records.

630 building directory

Close—up of directory on wall of lobby. Patti can read the office number of des Rever Records. The board uses those push—in letters and some letters are missing from some names (creating humorous spellings). When she uses hand on the name of the record company, we give a mes— sage that she gives the guard her destination, then we cut back to her standing before the board in the lobby pic. _uck Corp, Hell_ Industries, des Rever Records, etc.

640 des Rever Records Waiting Room

The office walls are mostly glass, which generates some nice 3—D effects. The lobby connects the recording studios, control rooms, and offices. It also contains a record player with turntable, amp, speakers, and a gold record mounted on wall. Take gold record adds it to inventory. Look stereo cuts to "Stereo close—up" below. As she nears Studio A at the top of the pic, she hears a

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speaker crackle, "Come into the studio, Patti. I'm waiting for you." Hand on door takes her to "Recording Studio" below.

650 Stereo Close-up

Draw at whatever angle will minimize size of animation necessaly. Patti can apply record to turntable. Switch labeled "R OFF F". Hand moves switch to F play record forward, or "R" for Reverse. Speed indicator labeled 33, 45, 78. Show record spin, hand on arm places tonearm on record, hand on speed indicator changes speeds. It sounds fine at 33 Forward. At 78 F, she hears "DAT causes impotence." (Hmm. Must be a pre—Sony CBS recording.) At 78 R, she hears "Porn is best at a quarter a whack!" At 33 R she hears, "Just Do Drugs." She keeps the gold re— cord for evidence. Each of these will check for DAC support; if there, no print window, and you'll hear the actual, funny—sounding, backwards—ish speech.

660 Recording Studio

Lots of drums, mike stands, speakers, and a View of the control room through a window on the rear wall. There is a door to control room beside window. Upon entering this scene, Patti re— members her last studio session, a big 2—album recording of background music for a computer game named "Larry4." How she left Larry programming his heart out in the mountains. And that big contract with a mysterious someone named "Julius" who never paid her one red cent! She grimaces and hopes this session goes better.

Reverse Biaz introduces himself as "chief engineer and specialist in backwards subliminal mes— sage recording." He tells her through the talkback speaker the synth is programmed, the charts are on the music stand, the levels are checked and he's "ready when she is!" She can't enter the control room yet. All she can do is sit at the synth keyboard. When she does, we cut to the "Synth close—up" below.

[after "Synth close—up"] Under program control, Patti leaves the keyboard and walks to the con— trol room. This time the door opens automatically, she enters, and we cut back to the "Synth Close—up" below.

670 Synth close-up

[first time] Show just part of a synth keyboard and some music. We see the announcement, "Take 1," we hear the music starts, and the player must click the hand on keys of the on— screen piano keyboard at approximately the right time to complete the recording. It will proba— bly take at least several takes. (If they try more than 5 times and can't do it, we'll just cheat and do it for them.) Reverse is encouraging when possible. After a good take, he invites her into the control room to hear the playback. We return to "Recording Studio" above.

[after Patti enters control room] Reverse rolls tape, they listen to her recording, he compliments her on her playing and speculates "you must have wonderful technique." If she apply cham— pagne to man, he drinks it all, gets drunk quickly and chatters aimlessly, eventually giving her his tape to impress her. No sex, the clean and simple solution. After she gets the evidence she needs (or after n minutes with him), we wipe in the "Meanwhile" below.

If instead, she talks man, she questions him about his success in the biz. Eventually (slowly, more dialogue), he mentions his speciality is backwards subliminal message recording and how good business has been lately. Once she's heard the evidence she needs, if she talk more, she asks him for some samples of his work for her collection. He says he'll gladly give her some samples of his work if she'll give him some samples of her work! Eager to "serve her country" (especially with such a hunk), she consents and we discretely cut back to the recording room pic, where we see her and Reverse get it on through the window. During their passion, Patti accidently hits the Record button with her foot, recording their lovemaking. Later, Reverse adds

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a simple drum track and a synth bass part. At last Patti has a hit record! (She just doesn't know it!) More points this way. After she gets the evidence she needs (or after n minutes with him), we wipe in the "Meanwhile" below.

690 Meanwhile... Back at the FBI #1

We come here upon Patti's departure in the limo from K—RAP radio. We see a couple of FBI types huddled over a radar screen with a blip flashing away. "What's she doing now?" asks the boss. "I dunno; it's hard to make out. She's either in a tunnel near Baltimore, or she's dilated 3 cm!"

"Tramp Casino" -- Atlantic City

Larry finds Lana Luscious, his second girl, here. Everything in town is named for Donald Tramp, a formerly rich guy.

700 "Tramp Casino" Exterior

Shows some surf (for Larry to walk out of when he falls off the boardwalk). He can walk into water and start swimming. (For this game, polyester sheds water.) He can walk from water onto the shore, driveway, boardwalk. Boardwalk begins on the right. Casino entrance. Casino build— ing "architecture by Frank Lloyd Wrong" (the bizarre—r, the better). As soon as Larry leaves his limousine, it pulls away. Doorman and scantily—clad woman stand on either side of casino en— trance. If he's on rollerblades, he can't skate off the boardwalk area.

Doorman not very interactive. Talk doorman response is "May I summon a limousine for you?" Yes / no buttons to click response.

Woman very interactive, asking passersby "Hey, wanna get lucky? Guess the number of which I'm thinking of." Talk girl dialog prompts, "Between 1 and 6900..." and gives him buttons to click, a la pushbutton phone dial. If Larry has no money, he always "picks" right, so he has a dollar to play Video poker. Any time he has money, he guesses wrong! (What are the odds, you ask? See, the game is rigged, ok?) "No, sorry. I was thinking of %d!"

[after LL] Silver Dollar girl not here. Talk doorman, asks him to summon a limousine. He then automatically tips the doorman ALL of his remaining silver dollars. The limo comes, Larry en— ters, and exits scene under program control.

710 "Tramp Casino" Interior, Extreme Downshot

The main room of the casino proper is an easy, silly maze, filled with many different types of gambling, but only the Video poker machines are accessible to Larry. The path through the maze is obvious, just fun. Exit S to boardwalk and N to ballroom. People are gambling at other machines, but no one gambles at any poker machine. Apply silver dollar to machine anywhere along the many tables of Video poker machines takes us to "Video poker Arcade game" below.

When return from poker, show Larry standing at same position from which he left.

720 "Tramp Casino" video poker

"The Pete Rose Model" Authentic gambling, just like real draw poker machines in Vegas. On— screen buttons control play. Use silver dollar on slot inserts all of player's money into the ma— chine. You can then bet from 1—100 dollars or withdraw your winnings at any time. Up your bet by repeated clicks. Click cash out button to claim winnings also automatically exits the picture. Losing all money also exits the picture. Player can win up to $25,000. Jackpot continually

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changes to $25000, minus his dollars. Winning jackpot also exits the picture. Save/restore dis— abled in this scene (maybe? is this a good idea??)

Multiply amount bet times these odds: Straight Flush=100; 4 of a kind=50; Full House=25; Flush=20; Straight=15; 3 of a kind=10; 2 pair=5; 1 pair ofjacks or better=2. Royal Flush payoff is progressive; it starts at $1000 and adds 1 each play.

730 "Tramp Casino" Ballroom

Home of the"Tramp This! Wet T—Shirt Contest." Until Larry meets Lana on the boardwalk, this room contains only a wet T—shirt contest. (Onlyl?) Just a little T86A to keep Larry busy until the mud wrestling starts. After they speak and she offers to meet him in the ring, he returns here to enter her mud—wrestling contest. After mud—wrestling, the ballroom is closed. Runway leads off—screen right so girls have a place to enter/exit. Aisle leads to stage from bouncer. Dramatic show—biz stage lighting. Try to reuse same pic for both ballroom scenes with as little variation as possible.

[wet T—shirt contest] A bouncer collects the $25 cover charge Via money on bouncer. Larry can enter anytime, sit and watch any length of time and leave anytime. There's a never—ending sup— ply of women. Nothing else happens.

In the CD—ROM version we'll include lots of close—ups of great women. Girls parade on, get to center, we cut to close—ups, some large without animation, smaller with more animation. Art department contest for sexiest pictures? (No point, just a chance to show pictures of wet, titil— lating women. Ain't that why God made VGA? Besides, I thought we'd all want to be there for the CD—ROM photo shoot!)

[mud wrestling Sequence] "Welcome to the "Tramp This! Mud Night Madness" mud wrestling contest." Once Larry has met Lana, when he returns to the ballroom, instead of the T—shirt con— test, he finds this. In the CD—ROM version we'll include lots of close—ups of mud wrestling bod— ies.

Same bouncer is in foreground, preventing entrance without paying. If Larry applies money to the bouncer, he gets a choice of buttons to click: $25 to watch, $500 to participate. If Larry gives him $25, he sits down under program control, Lana Luscious enters, stands in the middle of the ring, taunts him, urging "a real man" to "come on up!" If he gives the bouncer $500 to participate, he heads up the stairs into the ring (vat? pen?). Lana attacks him immediately! We cut to "Mud Wrestling 'arcade game'" below. To get maximum points, Larry must turn on the camcorder before entering ring.

738 "Tramp Casino" Ballroom--wet T-shirt contestant Just a T86A close—up. No interaction. anyEvent exits here and returns Larry to standing outside the Ballroom entrance in the "Casino Interior."

740 Mud Wrestling "arcade game"

We get another pseudo—arcade sequence. Female body parts appear on screen with the instruc— tions "Grab whatever you can!" Sometimes as the player moves near, a part will disappear and another part appears. Mostly they're arms and legs and necks and shoulders, but occasionally as the player moves close to click on one it changes beneath his cursor to a more intimate body part. Or, a "good part" will appear far from the player's cursor, then change when he gets close. This is just all a smokescreen, since about all that really matters is how often the player clicks the mouse and the number of seconds we've been wrestling. It should only "feel" like the user is controlling Larry's actions. So, this should be arcade—feeling, but without that arcade pain. Soon Lana climbs on top of Larry and appears to be winning, but no matter how badly the

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player plays, eventually Larry flips her over onto her back, and spreads out on top of her going for the "pin." We soon cut to the "Medium Shot" below.

750 Mud Wrestling Medium Shot

The pic is set up so Larry and Lana can roll off the far side of the ring and be in full View of the audience, yet not Visible to us. (Perhaps do something with shadows on the audience?) Audi— ence members must be large enough so we can see their reactions to what they see.

We begin this scene in missionaly mode. She squirms, he squirms, they squirms, suddenly there's squirms everywhere! They both breath heavily, moaning sounds emanate from the CD— ROM drive, and they move ever more slowly and subtly, eventually rolling off the far edge of the stage just as things get good, landing on the floor at the feet of the front—row patrons. We see the audience's eyes widen, we see muddy clothes fly, but for a few seconds we see nothing of Larry and Lana. Then Lana sits up, Larry sits up, they both glance down at Larry's member and Larry says, "Uh, I dunno, Lana. Bucephalus has never performed in front of 900 people before!" We get a few laughs, iris in to black, then iris out on Larry outside the casino entrance.

760 Tramp boardwalk

This scene actually stretches off to the east an infinite number of rooms (well, maybe 32,767? 16? 8?), but is made up of just one pic to which we add multiple, random addToPics so each scene seems different. Frame is mostly filled with boardwalk. We use 5 different ego sizes here depending upon Y—coordinate (plus 5 more skating egos). Each scene has at least one bench. Pictures continuously scroll sideways. There is no way to reach the right (ocean) end of the boardwalk. Show various shops, all closed, except for the rollerblade shop which is always open. Guys skate by, of no interest. One girl skates by, of big interest. The game announces, "it's the girl you've been looking for!"

Larry can walk off the near edge only. If he falls into water, he doesn't tumble, instead he does a Wily Coyote—take, looking at the player before he "zips" down. There is a slight pause, then a splash. We cut to the "Piling" scene below. While skating, we prevent him from falling off the edge with a funny, out—of—balance loop.

Picture #8 will have pylons added to the middle area. If Larry can skate through them, he gets 5 points

The rollerblade rental shop is always in the fourth picture from the left. Hand on door lets Larry enter shop, and we cut to "Rollerblade Shop" below. Upon his return from the shop, if he rented successfully, he's on skates, and we use a funny setSize cycleTime combination. Learning to skate takes time. Keep track of cumulative skate time while on the rollerblades and moving. At first, he's quite unstable. Eventually he learns, but only if he keeps moving. Perhaps we'll add tricks, jumps, spins, other cute animation to impress the chick when the project is ready to ship early.

After he's learned how to rollerblade, we add Lana Luscious to the scene. She skates a little slower than Larry so he can catch her. If he does catch her (defined as skating n pixels from her), they stop, he talks to her, she suggests they head for that nearby bench and rest. If he uses Silver Dollars on boardwalk near her; she'll stop skating to return them to him, then ac— cept his automatic offer to sit down and rest a while. They skate to the nearby bench together under program control and we cut to "Lana Luscious close—up" below.

[after Close—up] Lana rises from the bench and rollerblades off toward the casino. Larry can't catch her, and she never appears here again. He returns the rollerblades to the rental shop (if necessaly) and heads for the casino ballroom.

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780 Under the Boardwalk

A pic with just pilings and water, reused over and over. He must swim left (towards land) as many screens as he's walked right but never more than ?? (8 ??). He ends up at the boardwalk entrance none the worse for wear.

790 Ivana Tramp’s Rollerblade Rental Shop

Tiny shop, dark, dank, with photos of skaters and posters of rollerblades on walls, shelves in back, cloth drape serves as door to storeroom, no access behind counter. Chair for Larry to take off shoes, put on rollerblades. Bare bulb dangling from a wire from the ceiling provides the only light, other than sunlight shining in the door at bottom. Larry needs 250 silver dollars for rental and deposit in order to rent rollerblades here. Talk clerk says she needs deposit. Money on clerk gives it to her. Or camcorder on clerk leaves it as deposit. He sits on the only stool,

removes his shoes, puts on the rollerblades, leaves his shoes there, and wobbles off screen to the boardwalk.

[after skating] Talk clerk responds "So ya gonna take off them skates?" Hand on skates walks Larry to seat. Give rollerblades to clerk makes owner find some damage "so I'll have to dock your refund %d bucks. Thanks for skating with Tramp!" random(100, 250) Money and skates removed from inventory.

795 Lana Luscious Close-up

Lana Luscious, once a beauty pageant runner—up, wet T—shirt contest entrant, and ditsy blonde, is now a casino change girl/mud wrestler. Lana tells him her hopes and dreams, her wishes and desires, her ambitions and fantasies, but mostly just invites him to the big mud— wrestling tournament that begins shortly back at the casino ballroom. Mostly they just chat here, but soon Lana mentions she has to leave, as she's participating in the big mud wrestling contest. No fool, Larry agrees to meet her there. We cut back to the "Boardwalk" pic. No alter— nate solution. Hell, this ain't even a puzzle!

"K-RAP radio" -- Philadelphia

This entire region takes place at night, the only one to do so.

800 "K-RAP Radio" Exterior

Normal—scale pic showing just top story of huge building Visible in the "K—RAP exterior reverse long shot" picture (from this angle it just looks like a small building), with reverse of the bottom portion of a few letters from the big sign. K—RAP in gold lettering on each of four doors. Door handle pairs say "96", their frequency. External loudspeakers air their current broadcast. Limo can be fixed in position in this pic, as it never leaves. Hand on door to enter. Hand on limo to enter limo and leave.

[from Larry's dream of Taj Mahal] Patti is already standing outside her limousine in front of K— RAP Radio in Philadelphia, listening to a broadcast over its exterior speakers of an advertise— ment for The Taj Mahal Cafe. Common elements between the two pictures are: the band, the speakers, Patti. She walks inside under program control while the limo waits. Instead of imme— diately following her into the building, we cut to "K—RAP exterior reverse long shot" below.

[from interior] Limo is always waiting. Patti can enter and leave at any time.

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810 "K-RAP Radio" Exterior, reverse long shot

Just a cut scene. Only come here if it's Patti's first time in K—RAP. Can skip with Fast Forward. From this angle, we can see there is much more to K—RAP than shown in the previous "en— trance" pic. Trendy, hillside, multi—story building with logo flashing "K", "RAP", "K—RAP" on roof. The top floor was merely a small part of the entire structure, which stretches down a long hill— side in a series of rooftop patios. From drive, she could only see top story. We can see the en— tire, large, pyramid—shaped structure, with offices opening onto rooftop courtyards, hot tubs, gardens, tennis courts, putting greens, etc. Blinking aircraft lights pass in distance. We get just enough time to drink in the scene before we cut to...

820 "K-RAP Radio" Lobby

Rear wall shows roof top garden overlooking city lights. Great View of the city at night. Termi— nally modern architecture. Patti finds a bank of elevators, an unattended receptionist's desk, and the office door of Mr. John Krapper, Founder, Owner, President and C. E. O. of K—RAP Ra— dio. His office is secured with a keypad lock. look keypad or hand on keypad cuts to Lock Close—up below.

830 Keypad Close-up Very similar to telephone touch—tone dial. Re—use code. Rip off Sierra's door keypads. Keypad says "K—RAP 96 FM" Need an "Exit" button.

[at Krapper's door] Patti refers to her DataMan, learns the combination, enters it into the key— pad, we cut back to the lobby, watch the office door swing open and see her enter. As she en— ters, "You hear footsteps! Hurry, Patti! It's the receptionist returning from break."

[at anywhere except Control Room B] She doesn't know the combination, so nothing ever hap— pens.

[at Control Room B] She must enter the combination she learned in Krapper's desk. Randomly generated each game.

840 John Krapper's office

Rear wall is again all glass, overlooking city lights. (reuse background from lobby pic?) Many computer terminals, tV monitors, stereo speakers, awards. Door to lobby. Door to bath. Weird spotlights create pools of light, leaving portions of room in darkness. Patti changes from dark to light as she walks around the office. Use both a dark and light ego here. Desk is locked. She can't leave by the front door (hand on door responds, "the receptionist has returned"). The desk, plant and copier are all spotlighted in individual pools of light. (Geez, is that obvious, or what?)

look desk responds, "There's a needle—sharp letter opener." hand on desk takes letter opener. look plant responds, "There's a glint of metal in the humus." look plant again responds, "It's a key." Hand on plant to take key.

opener on desk or key on desk lets Patti (pick) open the desk's lock and open the desk drawer. Inside the desk, look drawer responds, "Look: a number! %d" random(10000, 65000) generated each game and saved. This is the code to enter control room B's keypad door lock. Another look desk (or for less points, hand on desk as if to close drawer) responds, "You find a folder marked 'Personal.'" Later, look folder from inventory shows an incriminating memo to Krapper from someone named "Julius". A personal copier rests on the table.

If Patti tries to take anything out of the room, the game won't let her leave. ("He'll surely miss that %s, Patti! Better return it." oijameStr) She must do open on desk, key on plant, folder on

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desk before leaving the room. She can apply folder to copier to use his photocopier to make copies of the file. Just as the copies are finished, the machine jams, she automatically opens it, and toner explodes everywhere, turning her into Blackface Patti. Another two Views (light and dark blackface) are necessaly for her. She must still return everything where she got it (retain— ing just the copies).

850 John Krapper's bathroom

Toilet, sinks, shower. Gold fixtures. Gold sinks. Marble. Granite benches. More dramatic light— ing. Glass walled elevator is disguised as a shower stall, multi—nozzle, gold frame, 96 on door handles, hooks for clothes on outside. hand on toilet lets her "use toilet," but it's angled so when she does, we see nothing interesting. She notices the "shower" in his bathroom. If she is not dirty, she can't enter the shower. ("You don't need a shower right now, Patti. You're not dirty." "(That is, you're not soiled!)") Only after she's covered with toner, does hand on shower start this program control sequence. She removes her clothing, hangs it on a nearby hook, climbs in the shower very naked, hidden only by selective pixels of towel rack, etc. She turns the "faucet" and the "shower" lowers through the floor, leaving her clothes behind. She de— scends into...

860 "K-RAP Radio" Atrium

At first, we see just the many floors full of offices, with people working at desks, computers, etc. A tiny shower descends through the pic (at the near edge) so we can see the maximum effect of all the people gawking at Patti naked. ("Patti! You're so em'bare—assedll") As she goes by, heads keep popping up into windows, and turning toward her. Make it look like the S. F. Hyatt Hotel lobby. She is still naked and blackfaced and blackhanded. Draw pic carefully so we can reuse the same yuppie workers in every window. FF skips this scene. She descends into...

870 "K-RAP Radio" Studios

There is a keypad (for which she has no combination) that prevents Patti from re—entering the shower/elevator. Soundproof glass and cubicle walls create many offices, inside which we see desks, tables, phones, lounge chairs, etc. Each has at least two people conversing. Everyone is dressed as a rapper. Everyone is black. No one notices Patti. She can roam around here, and realizes she should probably listen to their conversations, but she can't hear them through the soundproof walls. She finds 2 Live 2 Screw meeting in the largest cubicle. She feels certain their conversations would be revealing to her mission. ("If you could only hear through those soundproof windowsl")

[first time here] After a few seconds, we see Patti's elevator lower into this pic, dropping behind a wall that makes it look like an elevator should. A hook on the wall between her elevator and another door labeled "Racquetball Court #29" holds an M. C. Hammer—style rapper's outfit. Af— ter the elevator stops, hand on clothes makes Patti grab it, wear it, and she is instantly trans— formed into "Rappin' Patti P." She exits the elevator and with her hip clothes and her newly— black skin, she may now wander the downstairs area with impunity. Hand on doors says they are locked, or there's a meeting inside. look keypad or hand on keypad takes you to the keypad close—up, but since you don't know any codes, nothing happens.

880 "K-RAP Radio" Control Rooms A 86 B

Two control rooms, mostly glass, plus other inaccessible rooms. Room A is occupied by P. C. Hammer, B is accessible to Patti, but locked. Hand on doors says they are locked. Look door A says "there's a man inside." look keypad or hand on keypad takes you to the keypad, but you don't know any codes, so nothing happens.

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[Before entering B] look keypad or hand on keypad by either door takes you to the "Keypad Close—up" above. Patti uses the combination she learned upstairs, we return here under pro— gram control, watch her unlock Control Room B, enter, close the door, and we cut to "Control Room B" below.

[from B, after starting tape recording] A short cartoon interlude. Skippable Via FF. We return to this scene and see P. C. Hammer in Control Room A and Patti in B. P. C. observes Patti's spy— ing, deduces what she's doing, and that she's no rapper. We see him leave Control Room A, walk to Control Room B's door, and block it with a huge mike stand resting nearby. Patti is trapped in Control Room B! He then leaves the scene, presumably to get help! We return to "Control Room B" below.

890 Inside Control Room B

Here Patti finds a microphone, a reel of recording tape, dozens of knobs, sliders, and meters, plus a few usable pushbuttons labeled with the names of various offices.

[first time] She can take reel of recording tape from a shelf. Tape on recorder places tape on re— corder. Hand on recorder starts it recording. Hand on mixer lets her hear the conversations in the other small studio—offices. As soon as she solves this puzzle and begins to record 2 Live 2 Screw, we cut back to the "control rooms" above.

[after she's locked inside] Use mike makes her sing powerful high "C" and we see the glass walls shatter!

"Doc Pulliam's Dental Hygiene Heaven" -- Miami

Larry finds his third girl here: Chi Chi Lambada, a petite, gymnast, sexy, lithe, beautiful, fiery, Latin, labada—dancing, chili pepper of a dental hygienist who has some really great moves.

900 "Doc Pulliam’s Dental Hygiene Heaven" Exterior

"Look for us under the giant revolving neon tooth!" "Doc Pulliam" ("That's pronounced 'pull— 'em'" "Beats a string and a doorknob!" Another sign advertises the "Gym— Dandy Gymnastics Center" located on the first floor directly beneath Doc Pulliam's office. We can see the Gymnastics center has partially open venetian blinds on its windows and a locked door. Waiting room is up an exterior flight of wrought iron stairs. Room for limousine, etc. as in other exteriors. His limousine discharges him and leaves. Just an entrance. Make background look like Miami.

[after Chi Chi] Larry stands outside gymnastics door. Door still locked. He must climb the stairs, enter the dental office to use the telephone to order a limousine to take him back to the airport.

905 dental office waiting room

Very small waiting room, a few chairs (all of which fit the same Larry sitting loop), a table with a doily on it, some old magazines [jokes about WWII, etc) and a telephone. Larry can sit on any chair, but they're all hard and uncomfortable. A receptionist sits behind a typical sliding win— dow on wall next to a door that leads to office proper. We can only see part of her head.

Look window says the fine print says to "open window for service." Hand on window makes the window slide open, the "helpful" receptionist introduce herself, she asks him a series of yes / no questions: insurance? allergic to pain? fear of rubber in your mouth? ever heard of AIDS? etc.. Any "yes" response ends interview early when she slams the sliding window shut. Since this

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isn't an emergency, she sets up an appointment for nine months from now, then slams the sliding window shut. Hand on telephone takes us to the "TouchTone Dialer" dialog again, where he can only dial the number on Doc's business card (any other number responds, "that is not a working number"). He convinces the receptionist he's "Dr. Payne, and I'm going to send one of my emergency clients over for Doc Pulliam. His name is Larry; Larry Laffer!"

Alternative solution: Larry takes the doily from the waiting room magazine table. Doily on self wraps it around his head in classic 3 Stooges—toothache style. He then walks to the window, knocks, receptionist opens window, see doily, says "Oh, you poor dear!" and ushers him right in to...

[after Chi Chi] Larry may use the telephone to dial the limo company. Once Larry's met Chi Chi, no one ever answers the window.

910 Chi Chi Lambada’s Cubicle

Small low—tech dental cubicle. Budget plan. Dirty instruments. Larry sits in the chair waiting for Chi Chi Lambada's entrance. No way for him to leave. She enters with great moves. She is beautiful, fiery, Latin, labada—dancing, petite gymnast, sexy, lithe, young chili pepper of a den— tal hygienist. She: "Well? Shall we get started?" Larry: "I'd rather have a baby" She: "Make up your mind; I've got to adjust the chair." She "tastes great." He wants "less filling." He sits, chair reclines, she leans over. The chair angles must be just right to show her lambada—ing Larry's arm and leg. After a little snappy repartee and many pain jokes, we cut to...

915 Chi Chi Lambada Close-up

Extreme close—up of her face, with ceiling for background. Great eyes, lips. She talks a lot; Larry can only mumble thru the instruments in his mouth. The more she talks, the more she rubs, the less Larry needs to say. She discusses her gymnastics background as Larry dreams of yet—untried positions. "Have you ever considered dental floss an aphrodisiac?" "Does the phrase 'Bucky Beaver' mean anything to you?" Eventually she gets so excited, she insists they adjourn downstairs to the gymnastics studio.

920 Chi Chi 86 Larry's Gymnastic "Routine" Picture is from outside the building, looking in through the window (and some venetian blinds). This is a cartoon showing Chi Chi 86 Larry attempting unsuccessfully to get together.

The blinds open, we see Chi Chi hanging by her heels from the rings. Larry swings towards her from off—camera upper—right releases a little too late, missing her completely, flying across the room into the far wall, where he does the classic toon "slide—down—the—wall." The blinds close, pause, then re—open. Chi Chi lies on the even parallel bars on her back, Larry runs across the room towards the camera, uses the springboard to mount, and flies over the apparatus into the exterior wall in front of us. The blinds close, pause, then re—open. We see Chi Chi walk from left to right on the balance beam. She does a slow roll to a handstand splits, then invites Larry to try again. Larry mounts the beam's left end gracefully, carefully walks to Chi Chi. As he gets close, he loses his footing, and does the splits onto the wooden beam. He does a slow take to the camera as his legs tighten around the beam, then he slowly rotates completely around the beam until he's hanging upside down, still staring at the camera. The blinds close, we iris in to black, and next see Larry standing outside the gymnastics studio with the line, "You vow to get in shape!"

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Objects

00 Zipper ”Larry, the idea was to keep your hands off this!”

Used when solving "girl—type" puzzles.

01 Camcorder Pocket Protector

”Auto-focus, auto—level, auto—color balance, auto-zoom, auto-pan. .5—lux, Complete-Video—Studio-in— a-Pocket—Protector. ’The Rob Lowe Model’”

Given to Larry in opening cartoon. Used with each girl. Must be recharged after each use. "Look" must show battery status. Battery only good for 10 minutes (real time).

Player must read the doco to learn how to charge the battery, load and unload tape, aim it, and turn it on and off. This is all done in a custom dialog box. Click on the subject, click the colored pens in the order given in a table in the doco.

02 Battery Charger

”Insert into any 1 1 O-Uolt, 20-amp GFI—protected circuit. Recharges most batteries in one minute!”

Found in file room. Used in HDC Lobby, Dental waiting room, Rollerblade rental store.

03 Degausser ”Apply carefully in slow, concentric circles, gradually-increasing in speed and intensity, anywhere you have extra gauss. ”

Must use this to erase tapes before inserting them into the camcorder. Makes tapes blank, ready to record. Can be used on recorded tapes, with considerable loss of points.

04 MM's Blank Videotape 05 LL's Blank Videotape

06 Chi Chi's Blank Videotape ”Michelle Milken. Genuine pretty-good quality. Highly biased. Degauss before using. Floss before brushing. T—10. ”

Obtained in workroom. Each has nearly same description (only girl's name changes) until re— corded. Only fits pocket protector camcorder. Can only insert in camcorder if blank and de— gaussed. Once they're recorded, they become...

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07 MM's Video 08 LL's Video 09 Chi Chi's Video

[if contains MM] ”You had no idea financial concepts could be so physically rewarding!” [if contains LL] ”You had no idea mud wrestling could be so spiritually rewarding!” [if contains Chi Chi] ”You had no idea dental pain could be so pleasant!”

Inventory changes when record button pushed on camcorder. Can be inserted and removed from camcorder anywhere, anytime.

10 Michelle Milken's Resume Shows Vital statistics about NYC girl: photo, measurements, tongue length, where to meet her, turn—ons, turn—offs.

1 1 HDC Napkin ”Where computers are our life! In the Heart of the Famous Times Square Wine Country, New York City”

Find inside MM's resume. Show to limousine driver to give address to get to HDC.

12 Aerodork Gold Card ”Whether it’s the USA. or the South Pacific, it’s Nontoonyt for you on Aerodork!”

Found in L. A. office file room credit card imprinter. Used to obtain Boarding Passes for all flights at Aerodork Curbside ATM Stands and to enter "Chartreuse Carpet" Lounge at all air— ports.

13 Aerodork boarding pass ”This boarding pass good for one First Class Seat on Aerodork flight #1 , L. A. to Miami, Seat 2D, Tuesday, November 25, 2003 only.”

Get one of these per flight. Make flight number increment by 1 each flight; make source and destination accurate, make seat number from 1 to 4, make letter random from A to D, and use player's computer's system date (will this require a new interpreter function?). Received from the ATM outside airport, used to enter jetway, automatically deducted from inventory when Larry inserts it in jetway door and door keeps it.

14 Aerodork In-Flight Magazine

”Good idea; save this in case the restroom runs out of paper! ” Found in seatback pocket on airplane. Clues to tough puzzles are hidden inside, so when player reads magazine he gets a clue. Which clues will be determined during beta testing.

Article on early punch card applications. A story about early machines that use present—day computer principles.

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15 Quarter(s)

”You always were a two-bit game player!”

Found in various coin drops: cigarette machine, slot machine, telephone, charity donation con— tainer, etc. Used in pay phones to call limousine, green card company

16 DayTrotter [first time only] ”Inside you find: some folding money with more than two digits in the corners, many credit cards, some mutual fund account numbers, a Swiss bank account number. ”

[after discovering contents] ”You always wanted to have one of these, but you never had anything to schedule!”

Found in limousine seat on way to HDC. Used to increase MM's interest in Larry. MM keeps it when she through. After first look, add Money and Credit Card Collection to inventory.

17 Money

”This is even better than having your own savings and loan (as you believe you may have had in ’LSL4: The Missing Floppiesl’”

Get from DayTrotter. Give to maitre d' or MM. MM keeps it when she's through.

18 Credit Card Collection

”Who was this Pat Patterson guy ?! ”’

Found inside DayTrotter. Used to bribe maitre d' or as a short cut to success with MM. MM keeps them when she through.

19 Membership Tape [before music box] ”What an interesting way to make a club membership card! No one uses this antique, 9—track, paper tape any more!”

Larry gets this from maitre d'. Uses it to enter HDC main room.

[after maitre d’ upgrade] ”Whoever said you’re not a man of credit!”

Larry gets his upgrade from maitre d' by giving him all the DayTrotter credit cards. Uses it to enter HDC Hollerith room.

[after music box] ”How clever you are!”

Made by wrapping the ordinaly membership tape around the music box's cylinder, punching holes in the tape. Allows Larry admittance to Hollerith Room. Made in HDC lobby, used in cafe, lost in the "encounter" with MM.

20 "Safety First" Field Locator Device

”Please don’t ask to see this!”

Received by Patti during her gynecologist's Visit at the FBI office. Always working. No player use. Ostensibly used by FBI to locate Patti in the field.

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21 DataMan

[without cartridge inserted] ”You are amazed the Japanese didn’t come up with this product first!” Found in FBI office. After she inserts a data cartridge, when she "looks a " the DataMan it tells her where to go, who to see, and what to look for. If she hasn't read it, she doesn't know.

[with cartridge inserted] Tell info about current cartridge's man, place, office, clues, etc.

22 DataPak #1 -- Reverse Biaz

”Insert one end first. ”

Found in FBI office. Insert in DataMan. If other cartridge is in DataMan, it is removed auto— matically.

23 DataPak #2 -- P. C. Hammer

”Insert one end first. ”

Found in FBI office. Insert in DataMan. If other cartridge is in DataMan, it is removed auto— matically.

24 Lana Luscious' Resume Show Vital statistics about Atlantic City girl: photo, measurements, where to meet her, turn— ons, turn—offs.

25 Tramp Casino Matchbook

”Tramp Casino on the beautiful Tramp Boardwalk outside the luxurious Tramp Hotel near the pa- latial Tramp Overscale Miniature Golf Course off Tramp Beach! 711 High Roller Drive, Atlantic City.”

Find inside MM's resume. Show to limousine driver to give address to get to Casino.

26 Silver Dollars

”You have %d silver dollars, but desire much much more. Hey, wait a minute]! These aren’t real silver dollars; they have Donald Tramp’s picture on them!!”

Get first one from girl at entrance to casino. Used in the Video poker machine. Win more from the Video poker machine. Spend at ballroom and rollerblade rental. Tip whatever remains to doorman when he calls you a limo.

27 Rollerblades ”With these on your feet you feel as though you could fly... off the boardwalk. ”

Rented on Tramp Boardwalk. Used to catch Lana Luscious. Returned to rental shop.

28 Fax #1 -- Reverse Biaz

”Info about Biaz. ”

Obtained in limo from limo fax machine only if Patti didn't find the DataMan.

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29 Champagne

”You do so love a nice wet Brute!”

Obtained in Patti's limo from ice bucket. Used to get either Reverse Biaz or P. C. Hammer drunk so they will spill the beans. Apply champagne to self responds, "Perhaps you should save this for the after—game locker room interviews!"

30 Gold Record [before playing it backwards] ”For years you We wondered what happened to The Four Shabangs!”

[after playing it backwards] ”Excellent detective work, Patti!”

Incriminating Evidence #1. Found in recording studio lobby. Given to FBI at end of game.

31 Cassette Tape ”A smoking gun of the subtle degradation of our nation’s youth by those filth—mongering blas- phemers, wouldn’t you say, Patti?”

Incriminating Evidence #2. Obtained in recording studio control room Given to FBI at end of game.

32 Chi Chi Lambada's Resume

Show Vital statistics about Miami girl: photo, measurements, where to meet her, turn—ons, turn—offs.

33 Doc Pulliam’s Business Card ”Can Doc Fixem? Nope, ’Doc Pulliamll’ Doc Pulliam’s Dental Hygiene Heaven, 123 Wacker Drive, Miami”

Find in Chi Chi Lambada's resume. Show to limousine driver in Miami.

34 Green Card ”Official U. S. Government Alien Resident Permit”

Order at Miami Airport. Receive outside airport. Give to Chi Chi Lambada.

35 Daily ”Isn’t this sweet! It would look great back home in your apartment. ” ”(If you HAD an apartment!” ”(Ifyou had a HOMEIU

Find in dentist waiting room. Apply to self to gain admission.

36 Fax #2 -- P. C. Hammer

”Insert one end first. ”

Obtained in limo from limo fax machine only if Patti didn't find the DataMan.

37 Letter Opener ”This is just an extremely sharp letter opener; don’t try anythingfunny with it like picking locks!”

Found on desktop in K—RAP office. Sharp tip. Use to pick desk drawer. Must be returned to desk before exiting scene.

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38 Desk Key ”Did you know there’s only one key to fit every pressed-cardboard furniture lock in the world!?”

Hidden in plant by window in K—RAP office. Used in same office to open locked desk. Must be returned to plant before exiting scene.

39 Folder of Incriminating Evidence ”These papers provide proofpositive of Mob payola, at wonderful K—RAP Radio!”

Incriminating Evidence #3. Found in K—RAP office. Must be returned to desk before exiting scene. Must photocopy it, then return it to desk drawer.

40 Photocopies of Incriminating Evidence

”These papers are an excellent copy of most of the proofpositive of Mob payola, at least at won- derful K—RAP Radio! ”

Incriminating Evidence #4. Copied in K—RAP office. Given to FBI at end of game.

41 Blank Reel-to-Reel Tape

”If could look closely enough, you could see billions of magnetic particles pointing in random direc- tions. (In other words, this tape is blank!)”

Found in K—RAP radio's control room B. When recorded, it changes to...

42 Recorded Reel-to-Reel Tape ”DDD This tape is filled with digitally recorded incriminating evidence!”

Incriminating Evidence #5. Recorded in K—RAP radio's control room B. Given to FBI at end of game.

43 Hair Trigger Brassiere ”Don’t touch your elbows behind your shoulders!”

Issued upon leaving gyno's office. Used in closing cartoon. Does nothing elsewhere.

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Larry

Click-Thru

in L. A.

find workshop, find 86 take battery charger

find electrical outlet (may be done at airports) apply charger to outlet (may be done at airports) apply camcorder to charger (may be done at airports)

find 86 take three Videotapes find 86 take degausser apply degausser to Videotapes (may be done anywhere) find file room find file drawer labeled "Finalists" take three finalists' folders open MM folder, auto add napkin to inventory open LL folder, auto add matchbook to inventory open Chi Chi's folder, auto add business card to inventory find 86 take Aerodork Gold Card from imprinter return to outlet, take camcorder from charger, take charger from outlet apply a Videotape to camcorder walk outside, enter limousine, automatically go to airport watch "Meanwhile..." cartoon during ride leave limousine, apply Gold Card to ATM click destination from 3 choices, take boarding pass find lounge, insert Gold Card, enter lounge apply Boarding Pass to jetway door enter jetway, watch take—off cartoon take In—Flight Magazine from seatback pocket watch "I Dream of Patti" Athens cartoon

Patti in D. C.

Larry

watch Patti opening cartoon,

meet Desmond, Twit, Von Pelt find DataMan, find ROM cards apply Rom card to DataMan walk outside, find limousine read DataMan to learn Baltimore address (or call office on cell phone

to get fax of Baltimore address)

apply address to driver, ride to Baltimore take champagne from limousine watch "I Dream of Money" Tramp cartoon

in NYC resume Patti in Venice dream, awaken holding peanuts arrive NYC, leave airplane find cigarette machine, look in change tray find 86 take quarters read limousine ad on wall

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find telephone, apply quarter to telephone enter limousine company phone number, order limo leave airport, find limousine, enter limo (read napkin to learn HDC address) (or call office on cell phone to get fax of HDC address) apply HDC address to driver find 86 take DayTrotter from limo seat leave limousine, enter HDC, talk to maitre d' (beg for seat) (or give big tip from DayTrotter money) get a membership tape apply tape to punch tape reader find table, sit, see MM walk by return to lobby (find music box, (or give maitre d' credit cards from DayTrotter) apply membership tape to music box, apply membership tape to tape reader) return to private room apply tape to second punch tape reader sit, talk to MM, join MM (apply DayTrotter to MM)(or talk lots to MM choosing only money answers) do MM, segue to lobby, use house phone call for limousine, ride limousine to airport watch "Meanwhile..." cartoon during ride leave limousine, apply Gold Card to ATM click choice from 2 destinations, take boarding pass find lounge, insert Gold Card, enter lounge apply Boarding Pass to jetway door enter jetway, watch take—off take In—Flight Magazine from seatback pocket watch "I Dream of Patti" Venice sequence, transition to...

Patti in Baltimore arrive Shill Building, enter lobby (find bulletin board, find office number) (or read DataMan) talk to guard, take elevator to office find gold record, find stereo apply gold record to stereo play record backwards play record at 78 rpm find studio, enter, talk to engineer do synthesizer arcade sequence enter control room give champagne to engineer (or talk lots to engineer, always choosing the sexy answers) get cassette tape from engineer, do engineer segue to limousine (read DataMan) (or call DC. on cell phone to get fax of Philly address) apply Philly address to driver, ride to Philly take more champagne from limousine watch "I Dream of Money" Bill Gates sequence, transition to...

Larry in Atlantic City

leave airplane

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find electrical outlet apply charger to outlet apply camcorder to charger read another folder take camcorder, charger apply Videotape to camcorder find slot machine, look in change tray, take quarters find telephone, apply quarter to telephone read limousine ad on wall enter limousine company phone number, order limo exit airport, find limousine, enter limousine (read matchbook to learn Casino address) (or call Hollywood on cell phone to get fax of Casino address) apply casino address to driver arrive boardwalk, exit limousine get $ 1, enter casino, gamble at Video poker, win money find ballroom, enter, pay $25 watch wet T—shirt contest, leave find Rollerblade rental (pay $150 deposit) (or leave camcorder for collateral) (learn to rollerblade, skate to LL) (or drop $100 bill on boardwalk near her to make her stop) talk to LL, return rollerblades, (get deposit refund) (or get camcorder back) return to ballroom, pay $500 do mud wrestle arcade sequence do LL, segue to casino exterior apply money to doorman, "accidently" give him all remaining money leave limousine, apply Gold Card to ATM click choice of 1 destination, take boarding pass find lounge, insert Gold Card, enter lounge apply Boarding Pass to jetway door enter jetway, watch take—off watch "I Dream of Patti" Taj Mahal sequence, transition to...

Patti does Philly

arrive K—RAP radio, leave limousine, enter station

use DataMan, enter office

find letter opener on desk (or find desk key in plant)

open desk, find combination to control room locks

find incriminating folder

take folder, photocopy folder, get blackface

return key, letter opener, folder

find shower, undress if blackface

take shower/ elevator to basement

dress, find control rooms (enter control room A, talk to DJ,

give champagne, talk more, hear confession)

apply key to control room B, enter B

use console to spy on other offices

find reel—to—reel tape, find recorder

apply tape to recorder, record conversations (if DJ not drunk, get blocked in, find microphone, apply self to micro— phone, crack glass)

leave, take elevator upstairs, exit

automatically give D. C. address to driver

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watch "I Dream of Money" Scrooge McDuck sequence, transition to...

Larry in Miami leave airplane find electrical outlet apply battery charger to outlet apply camcorder to charger take camcorder, charger apply Videotape to camcorder find charity collection container, take quarters read limousine ad on wall apply quarter to telephone enter limo company phone number, order limo (read resident alien ad, call on phone, order card, wait inside, go outside, find card, forget to leave money) exit airport, find limousine, enter limo read another folder (or call Hollywood on cell phone to get dentist's address) apply Doc Pulliam's address to driver take limo to dentist, leave limo, enter dental office waiting room talk receptionist, complete forms, get rejected use telephone on table to dial receptionist, lie that you're oral surgeon, demand admittance (or find doily, apply doily to self) knock on window, talk to receptionist enter inner office, meet Chi Chi, talk Chi Chi give her the resident alien card (or talk lots, always choosing dancing/ athletic answers) do Chi Chi, segue to office exterior re—enter dental office waiting room, use phone enter limousine company phone number order limousine, ride limousine to airport leave limousine, apply Gold Card to ATM click destination, take boarding pass find lounge, insert Gold Card, enter lounge apply Boarding Pass to jetway door enter jetway, watch take—off take In—Flight Magazine from seatback pocket watch "I Dream of Patti" Casablanca sequence, transition to...

Patti in D. C. arrive FBI HQ, enter Desmond's office tell all, give all evidence learn you get next big White House dinner gig Suddenly, current Patti reality interrupted by Larry emergency...

Larry's Flight Stimulator awaken to plane plummeting, volunteer to help do pseudo—flight simulator sequence land plane, save people see landing long shot with plane bumping

Closing Cartoon leave jetway, get welcomed as Big Hero receive phone call from President see Larry at place of honor as entertainment introduced Patti 86 Larry reunited

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chopper off to Camp David with the Quayles ASHV went on to become a smash hit none of the three finalists got the hostess gig, producer chose his girl friend

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Background Scene, View, and Loop Numbers

Naming convention: Pictures (pix, pic) are referred to as p120, p130, etc. Views use "V", loops use "L", cells use "C", and rooms use "R". Thus V0/L2/C7 refers to the eighth cell of a southbound Larry.

Numbering convention: Any View used as part of a background picture has the same number as that picture. Any specialized ego (either Larry or Patti) used only in that one picture has the same number +1. Any additional Views for that picture begin with +2 and continue up. Ego Views used in multiple areas are numbered in the upper 500s. Inventory Views are in the upper 900s.

Graphic description convention: Indentation, font size, and style denote whether a line refers to a pic, View, loop, or cell as shown in this example:

      1. This is a pic description
      2. This is a view description
  1. This is a loop description
  2. This is a cell description

1005 -- Hollywood

Opening Larry Cartoon 100 Title: ”Sierra presents” 102 Title: ”Leisure Suit Larry in” 104 Title: ”Episode 5:” 106 Title: ”Passionate Patti Does a Little Undercover Work” 110 Copy Protection Spoof 115 Trivia Quiz 120 Mob boss' office 120 Slide show

0 slides 0 Chart #1 1 Chart #2 2 Chart #3 122 Mob Flunkee #1 0 talking 123 Mob Flunkee #2 0 talking

124 Mob Boss 0 eyebrows 1 cigar 2 hand 125 "Six months later..." 130 Mr. Bigg Close-up 130 Bigg's facial animation 0 eyebrows 1 upper lip 2 lower lip

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140 Office of the President, PornProdCorp 141 Larry scene specific 0 taking coffee pot 1 walking west With coffee pot (also used in r160) 2 turning from west to south With pot

142 PPC Flunkee #1 speaks

0 talking

143 PPC Flunkee #2 speaks 0 talking

144 Filthy McNasty speaks 0 talking

145 McNasty gets scalded 145 McNasty screams 0 yells 1 ”Hey, wait a minute" 2 light bulb 146 Larry cracks pot 0 scared 150 McNasty and Larry 2-shot 150 McNasty animation

0 talking 151 Larry animation 0 talking

"PornProdCorp"

160 PornProdCorp lobby

160 scene stuff 0 single cells 0 coffee pot

door to Pres office door to fileroom water cooler occasional bubbles water cooler belch 161 Larry & recharger bending over placing recharger on floor plugging in placing camcorder in recharger recharger plugged into outlet camcorder plugged into recharger plugged into outlet

162 coffee

0—3 ”coffee" emanating thru McNasty's office door

170 Larry's workroom

170 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 three tiny tapes 1 battery charger

171 Larry scene specific 0 opening drawer 1 taking tapes from top shelf 180 file room 180 scene stuff 0 credit card 181 Larry scene specific

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le—‘O

opening drawer W/folders opening drawer W/o folders taking folders from drawer taking card from imprinter

190 PornProdCorp exterior 190 scene stuff

0 1

door limo parked (cell 0) to leaving

191 Larry scene specific

0

Larry entering limo

192 fountain

2005 -- Generic Limousines 8:. Airports

Limousines

200 Limousine Interior 200 scene stuff

203 driver, male

205 TV picture

0 single cells 0 cell phone 1 champagne 2 DayTrotter 3 fax extruding 1 traffic left 2 traffic right 3 mirror left 4 mirror right 5 power Window button 201 Larry scene specific 0 raising cell phone 1 fidgeting #1 2 fidgeting #2 3 fidgeting #3 4 taking DayTrotter 202 Patti scene specific 0 raising cell phone 1 fidgeting #1 2 fidgeting #2 3 fidgeting #3 4 dream bubble 5 taking champagne 0 fidgeting 1 talking 2 eyes (in mirror) 3 driving 204 driver, female 0 fidgeting 1 talking 2 eyes (in mirror) 0 static 1 ad for Larryl 2 ad for Larry2 3 ad for Larry3

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210

215

220

225

4 ad for Larry4 206 aquarium

0 bubbles 1 fish #1 2 fish #2 3 fish #3

Meanwhile... Mob wants CANE reuse V122, V124 Meanwhile... McNasty on phone 215 McNasty speaks 217 McNasty worried Meanwhile... CANE gets a big grant 220 Cane President 222 Cane Flunkee #1 Meanwhile... CANE works Congress 225 Cane Flunkee #1 with $33 227 smiling Congressman

Patti dreams of...

230

235

240

245

Airports 250

...Donald Tramp 230 scene stuff 0—3 waves against ship 231 Patti & Donald wriggling ...Wild Willy Gates 235 scene stuff 0—3 computer displays 236 Patti & Willy wriggling ...Scrooge McDuck 240 scene stuff 0 Scrooge's Caterpillar tractor 1 falling cash 241 Patti wriggling in money TouchTone Dialer

090 pushbuttons, all with cells like this:

0 up

1 down 0—9 buttons 0 thru 9 10 * button 11 # button 12 hook

13 red light

airport exterior 250 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 LAX name

1 NYC

2 Atlantic City 3 Miami

4—7 airplanes

8-1 1 clouds

12 green envelope on trash can

1 flag

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258 ATM Close-up 255 scene stuff

0

1 2 3

single cells 0 card 1 boarding pass

flashing lights #1 flashing lights #2 flashing lights #3

260 airportlobby,west 260 generic

0

single cells 0 outlet for recharging battery

261 Larry scene specific 0 reaching for slot machine handle 1 pulling slot machine handle

262 NYC specific

0 single cells 0 lighted ad for "Checker Limo C01"

264 Atlantic City specific

0 single cells

0 slot machines 1 slot handle 2 quarter Winnings

1 working slot 265 Miami specific

0 single cells

0 cigarette machine 270 airport lobby, center

270 generic

0 door to VIP lounge

1 rotating TV security camera 271 Larry scene specific

0 showing card to TV camera 273 NYC specific

0 single cells 0 charity cannister

274 Atlantic City specific 0 single cells

0 lighted ad for "Tramp Limo Service"

275 Miami specific 0 single cells 0 lighted ad for JustGreenCards 276 ticket agent #1 0/1 walking east/West 2 arguing 3 talking head 277 ticket agent #2 0/1 walking east/West 2 arguing 3 talking head 280 airport lobby, east 280 generic

0 single cells 0 bank of pay phones

284 Atlantic City specific

0 single cells

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O lighted ad for "Tramp This! Continuous Wet T-Shirt Contest" 285 Miami specific 0 single cells 0 lighted ad for "North Beach Limo C01" 290 Chartreuse Carpet VIP lounge, empty 290 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 folding chair

1 door to jetway 2 flashing ”Now Boarding" sign 291 Larry scene specific 0 sits down; collapses chair 1 inserting boarding pass in slot 2 disappearing in jetway 3 reappearing in jetway 295 Chartreuse Carpet VIP lounge, full of reporters 295 scene stuff 0 an arm handing Larry a telephone 1 flashbulbs flashing 2 Bush on telephone 297 misc. reporters & people

3005 -- Generic Airplane

310 Takeoff (also Landing) 310 generic airport addToPix

0 single cells 312 LAX 313 NYC 314 Atlantic City 315 Miami

1 airplane takeoff & landing 0 flat 1 tilted up

freeway flag Windsock birds 311 Larry's funny landing animation 0 landing attempt #1 1 landing attempt #2 2 landing attempt #3 3 successful, cross—Wise landing 315 U. S. A. Map 315 scene stuff 0 arrowhead east 1 mirror of 0 2 short dash line 320 Sitting in First Class 320 scene stuff 0 magazine

1 clouds 0-3 Various cloud cells pass by outside Window

321 Larry's facial reactions 0 going to sleep

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1 sawing 222's 1 awakening 322 dream bubbles 323 Larry squeezing his nut bags 324 Larry spilling his drink on his lap 325 Larry pushing up his tray

Larry dreams of Patti...

330

335

340

345

350

355

370

...in Athens, reverse medium close-up 330 Patti playing piano 0 face 1 hands (hammers inside piano??) ...in Athens, long-shot 335 Patti playing piano 0 at piano 1 rising, turning to audience ...in Athens, reverse 340 scene stuff 0 roses in flight east 1 roses in flight west 341 Patti scene specific 0 bowing ...after Athens 345 Patti in "Fabulous Baker Boys" 346 Larry in "Fabulous Baker Boys" ...in Venice #1 350 scene stuff 0 moonlight on water 1—3 waves & ripples 4 pole stuck in mud 351 Larry gondolier 0 poling 1 loses pole 2 "lost my pole" take 3 moves to sit beside Patti 352 gondola 0 Patti only (1 cell) ...in Venice #2 (reuse for after Venice) 355 scene stuff 0—2 moonlight 3—4 waves & ripples 4 gondola leaking 356 Patti + Larry stroking in gondola 0 petting 1 heavy petting ...at Taj Mahal 370 scene stuff 0 moonlight 1 waves & ripples 3 speaker cone 371 Patti scene specific 0—1 playing her strap—on synth

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375 ...after Taj Mahal 375 scene stuff 0 snake rising from basket 376 Larry scene specific 0 Larry stroking Patti 377 Patti scene specific 0 playing oboe 380 ...Casablanca 375 scene stuff 0 moonlight 1 airplane propeller 2 airplane propeller 376 Larry as Bogie 377 Patti as Ingrid 385 Dying in First Class 385 scene stuff 0 clouds streaking past Window 386 Larry scene specific 0—1 facial takes 2 hair blowing 3 clothes flapping 390 Flight Stimulator 390 scene stuff 0—15 various loops of dashboard lights, dials, gauges 391 Larry in lower left window 0 single cell stuff

0-4 Various Larry facial take cells 392 airliner in lower right window 0 single cell stuff 0-4 Various cloud cells 1 airplane spinning 2 from spinning to level

4005 -- Washington, D. C.

Opening Patti cartoon 400 ”The Piano Pit” 400 scene stuff 0 patron #1 clapping 1 patrons #2—3 talking 405 Club Owner's Office 406 Patti scene specific 0 mounting corner of desk 1 perched on desk, waving leg 2 stands up, pissed—off 407 club owner 0 wriggling cigar talking 1 inhaling 2 blowing smoke ring 410 Dark Alley Exterior 410 scene stuff 0—3 steam

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4—5 ”Piano Pit"

6 arrow

7 other neon ? 411 Patti trenchcoat 412 Desmond

0—1 walking east/West 415 Dark Alley, 2-Shot 415 Desmond facial animation 416 Patti facial animation

FBI Headquarters 420 Inspector Desmond's Office, 2-shot 420 Desmond facial animation 421 Patti facial animation 425 FBI exterior 425 scene stuff 0 door to interior 1 limo 2 limo door (if needed?) 430 Commander Twit's workshop, West 430 scene stuff

0 Desmond's office door

1 door to exterior

2 atmosphere techie #1

3 atmosphere techie #2

4 generic experiment #1

5 generic experiment #2

6 generic experiment #3 432 Twit

0—3 walking

4 gesturing, pointing, talking While facing east 433 Vibrator-man

0 working (before inset)

1 smoking (after inset cartoon) 434 Vibrator-man inset animation

0 manipulating Vibrator

1 liftoff

2 insertion

3 Vibrating

4 collapsing 435 bra—man

0 working (before inset)

1 smoking (after inset cartoon) 436 bra—man inset animation bra—man being adjusted bra—tech adjusting bra—man's bra bra—man touches elbows behind back explosion bra—man's smoking cups bra—tech smoking head dropping out of frame 437 background cell for inset animation

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440 Commander Twit's workshop, East

440

441

442 443

444

445

scene stuff

0 single cells 0 DataMan l DataPak #1 2 DataPak #2

Von Pelt's office door computer screen Greeking atmosphere techie #1 atmosphere techie #2 atmosphere techie #3 generic experiment #1 generic experiment #2 generic experiment #3 Patti scene specific

0 taking DataMan

1 taking DataPaks Twit using computer

0 facing north, only a couple of cells fan—man

0 working With test tubes (before inset) fan—man inset animation

0 pouring red fluid into blue fluid

1 drinking beaker

2 lowers beaker

3 facial take

4—6 stomach expansion

7 ignition

8—? lift—off and shoots off—frame Dr. Von Pelt

0—1 walking east/West

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450 Dr. Lyccus Von Pelt's office 450 Dr. Von Pelt

452

453

head & body

talking

raising sheet

smiling big

another facial expression ? hand With full needle hand With empty needle miner's helmet

0 single cells 0 hat With light on

power tools 0 pulling down ratchet tool 1 ratchet cord wriggling 2 getting brace & bit

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458 post-Pelting W/office frame

458

scene stuff 0 hand With cigarette l smoke rings 2 hand feeling for helmet as head turns to camera 3 puzzled expression

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Closing Cartoon

460 White House Dinner long shot scene stuff

460

461

462

463

464

465

466

467

0

single cell stuff 0 Patti's empty chair on dais 1 Desmond's empty chair on dais

Larry scene specific

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4

sitting on dais

fidgeting

talking to Bigg (leaning way over) sees gun, leaps on top of Quayle leaving Quayle back, sitting down

Patti scene specific

US

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  1. WNHO

rising from chair sitting on dais fidgeting

talking to Bigg talking to Larry scoots west 1 chair leans near Larry

ayle

scooting chair west

fidgeting

face in pie

With pic on clothes, turning east With pic on clothes, talking to Patti

smond

rising from chair

sitting on dais

fidgeting

stands up to make arrest leaps over to Bigg, grabs gun

fidgeting

talking to Patti

drooling over Patti

leaps to feet, drawing gun

close—up cell for print Window, showing angry face (as in p130) and pistol glinting

5 Bigg + Desmond + SS Agent wrestling

6 Bigg + Desmond + SS Agent walk off to west SS Agent

0 walking east W/Larry chair

1 unfolds and places chair

2 walking east

3 standing

4 grabs Bigg's arm, gun fires Quayle Vignette

  1. WNHO

background cell

Larry rises off Quayle's back Quayle rises

Wiping off pie

pissed—off look at Larry

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470 Patti embraces Larry 470 Patti & Larry 0 Patti + Larry embracing l Patti + Larry separating 471 talking heads 0 Larry face—only talking l Patti face—only talking 480 Helicoptering Into The Sunset 480 scene stuff 0 copter large 1 copter medium 2 copter small 3 sun setting reuse principal credits from opening 481 additional credits

5005 -- New York City

500 ”Hard Disk Cafe” exterior 500 scene stuff

0 single cells

0 limo l flashing lights 2 door

510 Lobby 510 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 Computer Memorabilia Close—up #1 1 Computer Memorabilia Close—up #2 2 Computer Memorabilia Close—up #3 3 Computer Memorabilia Close—up #4 4 Computer Memorabilia Close—up #5

l gate opening 2 tape machine working 3 tape coming out 511 Larry scene specific 0 taking paper tape 1 wrapping music box 2 talking on telephone 512 maitre d' 0 standing facing south (1 cell) 1 talking 2 using tape machine 5 13 phone lady 0 yakking l pushing Larry away 514 music box 0 playing (W/o tape) 520 paper tape reader close-up 525 The Cafe 525 scene specific 0 door to Hollerith room 1 Larry's chair 2—7 diners dining

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526 Larry scene specific

0 sitting

l inserting tape in tape reader 527 Michelle Milken

0 walking east

1 inserting tape in tape reader

530 ”The Herman Hollerith Room”

530 scene stuff

0 other booths' curtains closing

1 Michelle's booth's curtain closing 2 dining couple #1 3 dining couple #2 4 dining couple #3

531 Larry scene specific 0 sitting at cart 1 entering M's booth 535 Michelle Milken close-up #1 5 35 facial expressions body (includes left arm) eyebrows eyelids eyes nostrils mouth talking mouth licking mouth pouting 536 Michelle animation #1 0 finger into Whipped cream (right arm movement) 1 finger to mouth 2 sucking finger 3 lizard tongue out 4 lizard tongue in 540 Michelle Milken close-up #2 540 Michelle animation #2 0 going down on banana 1 coming up smiling 2 shoulder walking 545 Larry close-up 545 quizzical face

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0 eyes

1 mouth

2 nose 546 pleased face

0 eyes

1 mouth smiles 2 nose stiffens

upper 5005 -- Shared Ego Views

550 Larry

4—7 standing 551 Larry smaller 552 Larry larger

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570 Patti

4—7 standing 571 Patti smaller 572 Patti larger

6005 -- Baltimore

600 Backseat Patti 600 Driver groping 0—2 gropes 601 Patti scene specific 0 struggling l pulls door handle 610 ”The Shill Building” Exterior 610 scene stuff

0 flag left 1 flag right 2 door

620 Shill Building Lobby 620 scene stuff 0 elevator doors 621 Patti scene specific 0 pushing elevator button (to no avail)

622 guard 0 dozing l talking

2 raising telephone 3 talking on telephone 4 working control panel 630 building directory 640 des Rever Records Waiting Room 640 scene stuff 0 elevator door 1 studio A door 2 gold record 641 Patti scene specific 0 taking gold record 642 Reverse Biaz 0 working panel (Visible thru control room's glass Window) 650 Stereo Close-up 650 scene stuff 0 ”R/off/F" switch 1 ”33/45/78" switch 2 turntable spinning W/record 3 tone arm 4—5 speaker cones dancing 660 Recording Studio 660 scene stuff 0 Control Room door 661 Patti scene specific 0 sitting at synth 662 Reverse Biaz 0 talking to Patti thru glass

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670 Synth close-up 670 scene stuff 0 tape reels spinning 1 lights flashing 672 Reverse Biaz 0 playing With knobs l talking to Patti thru glass 673 synth 0 key depressed 680 control room 680 scene stuff 0 tape reels turning l VU meters 681 Patti scene specific 0 talking l groping 2 going down 3 leg pressing ”Record" 4 other interesting positions ?? 672 Reverse Biaz 0 talking l groping 2 going down 690 Meanwhile... Back at the FBI #1 690 scene stuff 0 sonar screen 1 flashing blip 2 techie's talking head 3 Desmond's talking head

7005 -- Atlantic City

700 ”Tramp Casino” Exterior 700 scene stuff 0 limo 1—3 flashy lights 4 bird flying 5—7 flags ?? 702 casino Change girl 0 talking 1 giving money 703 casino doorman 0 talking l hailing limo 710 ”Tramp Casino” Interior, Extreme Downshot 710 scene stuff 0—7 gamblers 711 Larry scene specific 0—3 walking 720 ”Tramp Casino” Video poker 720 scene stuff 0 increase bet 1 decrease bet

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2 cash out

3 flashing light #1

4 flashing light #2

5 flashing light #3

6 flashing light #4 722 card deck

0 clubs

1 diamonds

2 spades

3 hearts

730 ”Tramp Casino” Ballroom 730 scene stuff 0—2 audience motion 731 Larry scene specific 0 sitting in front 1 mounting ring 732 bouncer 0 blocking aisle (EOL does ”stepping aside") 1 talking 2 accepting money 733 wet T—Shirt contestant 0—1 walking 734 Lana in mud wrestling suit 0—1 walking 2 taunting #1 3 taunting #2 738 ”Tramp Casino” Ballroom--Wet T-shirt contestant 738 T&A Close-up 740 Mud Wrestling ”arcade game” 740 scene stuff

0 single cells 0-8 body parts

741 Larry wrestling 742 Lana wrestling 743 Larry + Lana wrestling 0—6 "look at that!" 7 going for the pin 8 rolling off stage 750 Mud Wrestling Medium Shot 750 scene stuff 0—4 audience members 5—8 audience ”oohing" 751 Larry + Lana scene specific 0—6 getting better & better 752 flying Clothing 753 Lana sitting up 0 looking at Bucephalus 1 looking at each other 2 looking at camera 754 Larry sitting up 0 looking at Bucephalus 1 looking at each other 2 looking at camera, embarrassed

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760 Tramp boardwalk 760 building AddToPix 761 Larry walking, smallest 0 east 1 west 2 south EOL only (current size to next larger size) 3 standing only (can't get smaller) 762 Larry walking, smaller 0 east 1 west 2 south EOL only (current size to next larger size) 3 north EOL only (current size to next smaller size) 763 Larry walking, small 0 east 1 west 2 south EOL only (current size to next larger size) 3 north EOL only (current size to next smaller size) 764 Larry walking, nonnal

0 east

1 west

2 standing only (can't get larger)

3 north EOL only (current size to next smaller size) 4 falling take

5 zip out of sight

6 splash

765-8 Larry skating (as in 741-4) 769 Lana skating, normal size only 0—1 east/West only 770-79 misc skaters 780 Under the Boardwalk 780 scene stuff 0—3 pier waves 781 Larry scene specific 0 swimming east 1 swimming west 790 Ivana Tramp's Rollerblade Rental Shop 790 scene stuff 0 door to back room (beads) l flickering neon sign 791 Larry scene specific 0 sitting on wooden box 1—2 changing shoes 792 Ivana Tramp, proprietor 0—3 walking 4 talking 5 bending behind counter 795 Lana Luscious Close-up

795 Lana 0 eyes 1 eyebrows 2 eyelids 3 nostrils 4 mouth smiling

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5 mouth frowning 6 talking

8005 -- Philadelphia

800 ”K-RAP Radio” Exterior 800 scene stuff 0 door 1—3 flashing lights (KRAP) 4 Taj Mahal reflection? 5 speaker cones 801 Patti in darkness, smaller 0—3 walking 810 ”K-RAP Radio” Exterior, reverse long shot 810 scene stuff 0 KRAP sign 1 airplane blinking lights 2 lights of the city 820 ”K-RAP Radio” Lobby 820 scene stuff 0 door to Krapper's office 1 lights of the city 821 Patti in dark 830 Keypad Close-up 830 pushbuttons, all with cells like this:

0 up

1 down 0—9 buttons 0 thru 9 10 * button 11 # button

840 John Krapper's office 840 scene stuff 0 single cells 0 letter opener 1 glintin g key 1 door to lobby, hinges on south edge 2 copier running 3 copier jamming 841 Patti scene specific opening drawer taking papers from file drawer taking key (digging in ficus roots) putting papers into tray hand pressing button opening copier copier exploding 842 Patti blackface 850 John Krapper's bathroom 850 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 shower w/o Patti 1 Patti's clothes on hook

1 door to office 2 door to shower

Omwal—‘O

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851 Patti scene specific 0 sitting on can 1 grunting 2 blackfaced disrobing behind shower door 3 blackfaced entering ”shower" 4 shower with door & blackfaced Patti (1 cell) 860 ”K-RAP Radio” Atrium 860 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 shower descending w/blackfaced Patti 1-7 heads appearing in windows

870 ”K-RAP Radio” Studios 870 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 shower w/o Patti 1 clothes on hook

l shower door

2—6 groups talking inside offices 871 Patti scene specific

0 shower descending w/Patti

l reaching for clothes

0 robing 872 Patti Hammerpants

880 ”K-RAP Radio” Control Rooms A & B

880 scene stuff

0 single cells

0 mike stand 0 mike stand blocking door B 1 door to A 2 door to B 882 P. C. Hammer 0—3 walking

883 Hammer actions 0 using mixer 1 looking at Patti 2 blocking Room B's door with mike stand 890 Inside Control Room B 890 scene stuff 0 recorder reels 1 breaking window 2—4 flashing meters, lights 891 Patti scene specific in Hammerpants getting tape using recorder using board singing into mike climbing out window

  1. WNHO

9005 -- Miami

900 ”Doc Pulliam's Dental Hygiene Heaven” Exterior 900 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 limo

1 door

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2 revolving molar with gold filling 901 Larry scene specific 0 climbing stairs 905 dental office waiting room 905 scene stuff

0 single cells 0 doily 1 window sliding open

906 Larry scene specific, w/o Doily knocking on window

sitting

fidgeting

reaching for telephone, facing west lowering telephone, facing north taking (10in

907 Larry scene specific, w/Doily

UIJkUJNl—‘O

0 knocking on window 1 sitting 2 fidgeting 3 reaching for telephone, facing west 4 lowering telephone, facing north 5 installing (10in 908 Larry wearing doily 0—3 walking 909 receptionist 0 talking

l motioning 2 lifting phone 3 talking on phone 910 Chi Chi Lambada's Cubicle 910 scene stuff 0 drill l sink 911 Larry scene specific 0 mounting chair 1 enjoying self 912 Chi Chi 0—3 walking 913 Chi Chi actions 0 inserting suction in Larry 1—3 rubbing Larry

4—6 dancing 915 Chi Chi Lambada Close-up 915 Chi Chi 0 eyes 1 eyebrows 2 eyelids 3 nostrils 4 mouth smiling 5 mouth frowning 6 talking

920 Chi Chi & Larry's Gymnastic ”Routine" 920 wall cracking 921 Larry scene specific

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930 931 932 933 934 935 936 937 938 939 940 941 942 943 944 945 946 947 948 949 950 95 1 952 95 3 954 955 956 957 95 8 959 960 961 962 963 964

swinging on rings

parallel bars running

parallel bars jumping on springboard over her parallel bars falling past window

balance beam walks

balance beam falls onto crotch

balance beam take

balance beam slowly rotates around beam Chi Chi scene specific

swinging on rings

parallel bars

balance beam walks west to east

balance beam handstand & splits

\lchUl-waI—‘O

WNI—‘O

upper 9005 -- Inventory Objects

Zipper

Camcorder Pocket Protector Battery Charger

Degausser

MM's Blank Videotape

LL's Blank Videotape

Chi Chis Blank Videotape MM's Video

LL's Video

Chi Chis Video

Michelle Milken's Resume HDC N apkin

Aerodork Gold Card Aerodork boarding pass Aerodork In—Flight Magazine Quarter(s)

DayTrotter

Money

Credit Card Collection Membership Tape

"Safety First" Field Locator Device DataMan

DataPak #1 -- Reverse Biaz DataPak #2 -- P. C. Hammer Lana Luscious' Resume Tramp Casino Matchbook Silver Dollars

Rollerblades

Fax #1 -- Reverse Biaz Champagne

Gold Record

Cassette Tape

Chi Chi Lambada's Resume Doc Pulliam's Business Card Green Card

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Doily

Fax #2 -- P. C. Hammer

Letter Opener

Desk Key

Folder of Incriminating Evidence Photocopies of Incriminating Evidence Blank Reel-to-Reel Tape

Recorded Reel-to-Reel Tape

999 Just a Plain Black Pic

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Things To Do, Fix, or Clarify Insert more Patti "remembrances of Larry4" Add girls' photos to resume check for code wheel passage before doing a Restore Can we do a slow fade to "almost black" ? Can we color—cycle a border pattern around close—up faces? Handle inventory possessions of Patti 86 Larry Plan for keypad rooms: must be able to pop up window at every pad.

create a points list right now

Ken, Bill 86 Rolling Stone meeting, January 29, 1991: dynamic scaling WILL BE implemented; plan on it, code around it

Multiple puzzles / girl: Miami could be implemented, others tougher to rationalize

Build a Conversation Class, with members Messages any interruption skips to end of conversation if only 1 message, skip to end of that message

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