CJ heads down to City Hall, having settled on his first chosen career. He emerges with an interesting new career outfit.
After another couple hours of fishing without a single catch, CJ is ready to put an actual hook into play. Those fish shouldn’t have made him look so inept! Who needs fish friends when there is fishy revenge to be had.
So, I guess fishing might not be your thing, CJ?
*sniffs* I thought the fishies were my friends!
Well, to be fair, sending a line with a hook on it to catch them doesn’t seem too friendly, you know.
Oh… Am I supposed to use a hook?
Once the sun is fully up, CJ decides to try fishing from a different spot and immediately manages to knock himself out with the pole.
While CJ contemplates what the future holds, Carl introduces him to the fine art of fishing. Carl reels in many nice specimens, but CJ isn’t having any success at all.
CJ is so happy that Lyric doesn’t find it odd at all that he’s talking with and through a doll that he casts a little good luck her way.
CJ is going to let Snuggles announce the new generation rules. In case you don’t speak Imaginary Friend, the translation is below! :P
Steele Legacy Generation 43
A new generation, a new roll and new rules.
For the official passing of the torch to the 43rd generation, Muse throws a party and invites the family over (and one random kid who crashed the party). It could just be that Muse needed to deliver some produce to her daughter for an opportunity and this was an easy way to get her daughter to show up, but CJ likes to think the party was really for him!
CJ grows up an Artistic, Neurotic, Evil and Insane Sim who is a Born Performer. His LTW is to be a Jack of All Trades.
It is CJ’s birthday and he not only sneaks off to do homework, but also sneaks off to school! So much fail!
See, CJ. There are some benefits to having a baby around.
Well, maybe having my own lollipop machine wouldn’t be so bad… Maybe I could adopt one!
I suppose that’s a possibility…