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  • 1. The Squeaky Clean Legacy, 17.1: Looking for Love Part One
  • 2. When
we
last
le+
the
Squeaky
Clean
Legacy,
our
genera8on
Nine
heiress,
 Elaine
Goodytwoshoes,
was
about
to
depart
for
college.

Elaine
is
more
 than
prepared
academically,
but
she
may
be
a
bit
too
idealis8c
and
 dreamy‐‐

  • 3. ‐‐as
her
Glinda
The
Good
transi8on
suggests.

  • 4. Very
prac8cal.
 Elaine:

I
don’t
think
I
like
it.

I
think
I’d
like
something
more
roman8c.

  • 5. Almost
nobody
gets
a
good
transi8on
ouJit.

That’s
just
a
fact
of
EA
life.

 Nausicaa
is
Pleasure,
and
she
wants
50
Dream
Dates,
but
this
doesn’t
suit
 her.

  • 6. As
for
stroppy,
tough
Lenore‐‐

  • 7. ‐‐it’s
not
just
unsuitable.

It
requires
a
spork,
carefully
applied
to
the
op8c
 nerves.

  • 8. The
Genera8on
Nine
class
of
Goodygirls
is
very
small—just
the
three
of
 them
and
Regina,
LySon’s
younger
daughter,
who
was
le+
as
placeholder.

 Once
seSled
into
the
dorms,
the
girls
were
able
to
change
their
clothing
 for
something
that
suited
their
personali8es
beSer.

  • 9. Nausicaa’s
new
clothing
and
hairstyle
may
be
slightly
daring.

  • 10. Bunhaired
girl:

I
love
your
blouse!

Where
did
you
get
that?

  • 11. Lenore
definitely
needed
something
that
suits
her
tough,
prac8cal
 personality,
and
as
for
Elaine‐‐

  • 12. Elaine:

I
wanted
something
pink.
 Very
Squeaky
Clean.
 Elaine:

But
I
wanted
something
roman8c.

  • 13. Nausicaa:

I
think
it
works.

  • 14. Elaine:

*bwee
bwee
bwee
bwee
bwee*

  • 15. Elaine:

Hi,
Regina!

Thanks
for
le[ng
me
into
Goodygirls
so
quickly!

I’m
 ready
to
move
in
right
now,
if
that’s
all
right
with
you.

  • 16. The
other
girls
had
a
bit
of
8me
to
throw
a
party
or
two
before
they
were
 accepted
to
the
sorority.

  • 17. And
they
really,
really
liked
their
par8es,
too.

  • 18. But
soon,
even
Lenore
was
accepted,
and
had
moved
into
Goodygirls.

  • 19. It’s
nice
to
see
the
next
genera8on
seSle
in,
and
to
see
Elaine
make
 herself
at
home.

Goodygirls
feels
like
home
a+er
all
this
8me.

And
she
 does
fit
in.

You
only
have
to
look
at
her.

  • 20. Elaine’s
brothers
and
the
other
boys
had
already
gone
to
college.

You
 may
recognize
Parsifal,
who
constantly
talks
about
how
his
purity
of
heart
 gives
him
the
strength
of
ten.

  • 21. It
would
be
hard
to
mistake
Nausicaa’s
brother
Telemachus
for
anyone
 else.
 Telemachus:

It’s
the
family
resemblance.

  • 22. LySon’s
grandson
Albert
has
also
arrived
at
Sim
State.

  • 23. Finally
joined
by
Elaine’s
third
brother,
Palomides,
the
lone
Family
Sim
in
 Elaine’s
family.

  • 24. A+er
freshening
up
a
bit—
 ___
 This
picture
is
only
included
for
the
maintenance
of
narra8ve
con8nuity.

  • 25. they
too
soon
seSled
into
the
dorms,
awai8ng
admission
to
the
Squeaky
 Clean
boys’
fraternity.

  • 26. Gawaine,
Elaine’s
oldest
brother,
was
already
there,
of
course.


 Gawaine:
Of
course.

That
is
because
I
am
the
eldest
and
the
first
among
 equals
in
our
knightly
band.
 I
hope
you’ll
be
good
at
it.



  • 27. Before
I
return
you
to
the
Goodytwoshoes,
let
me
include
a
few
more
 introduc8ons.

These
gentlemen
are,
contrary
to
ini8al
appearances,
 Roman.

  • 28. They
are
so
Roman
that
Worthing
Marius
can
survive
the
camo
ouJit.

 Vespasian
Caesar’s
imperial
bloodlines
shine
through.

Maybe.

  • 29. They
are
so
Roman
that
Zane
Marius‐Jacquet
can
transcend
being
an
 adopted
child
of
an
adopted
child
of
a
Legacy
Sim
and
a
French
 Bluewater
Village
pre‐made,
and
Duodecimus
Marius
can
transcend
the
 Goopy
ouJit.
 Let
us
not,
however,
press
credibility
too
far.

  • 30. Marcus
Marius,
the
son
of
Cassius
Marius
and
the
simself
of
De/ Fireflower314,
has
been
sent
to
University
for
a
second
8me.

This
is
a
 posi8ve
fiesta
for
a
Popularity
Sim
who
likes
to
throw
lots
of
par8es.

  • 31. It
is
nearly
impossible
to
tell
Romans
apart
once
they
are
all
wearing
 orange.



  • 32. They
are
also
not
good
dancers
at
this
point
in
8me.

Even
Zane
feels
 called
upon
to
comment
on
it,
and
Zane
is
excep8onally
Nice.

So
a
few
 portraits
may
be
helpful.

  • 33. Marcus
is
my
simself’s
grandson.

He
began
as
a
toddler
during
the
 rebuild,
and
he’s
since
been
sent
to
University
again.

  • 34. Duodecimus
is
a
Fortune
Sim,
and
the
result
of
many
Marius
gentlemen
 and
several
simselves,
including
De,
Denise
Avidreader,
Penguingirl,
 Orikes,
and
his
mother,
Purple
Bunny.

Do
not
worry
about
the
fact
that
 Marcus
is
his
several
8mes
great
uncle.

Heaven
knows
I
don’t.


  • 35. Vespasian
Caesar
is
a
descendent
of
Marcellus
Caesar,
a
direct
import
 from
Ben/Blite27’s
*Ten
Caesars*
Legacy.

His
mother
is
Meadow
Thayer,
 and
perhaps
the
most
remarkable
thing
about
him
is
that
he
is
an
only
 child,
which
would
not
have
been
his
mother’s
preference.
 Like
his
mother,
and
his
father,
Titus,
Vespasian
is
a
Family
Sim.

  • 36. Worthing:

Yay!

I
don’t
have
to
wear
orange!
 No,
because
it
looked
horrible
on
you.

  • 37. Looking
horrible
is
not
an
op8on
for
a
Romance
Sim.

  • 38. Finally,
rounding
out
our
selec8on
of
Romans,
is
Zane
Marius‐Jacquet.

 Zane
is
originally
from
Peasant007’s
Devereaux Legacy,
but
like
his
father
 Cassidy
(formerly
Ve8nari),
he
was
a
child
refugee,
and
a+er
his
 adop8on,
he
does
not
remember
anything
about
his
trauma8c
past.

 I
would
like
to
think
his
unique
combina8on
of
Grim
Reaper
genes,
 adop8ve
alien,
Legacy
Sim,
Roman,
and
pastry
chef
adop8ve
father
is
the
 kind
of
Brunswick
stew
we
specialize
in
around
here.


  • 39. These
gentlemen
will
be
reappearing
throughout
the
University
years.

 Hopefully,
this
group
portrait
will
serve
the
double
purpose
of
reminder
 and
decora8ve
item.


  • 40. Last,
but
not
least,
the
Weivtnasaelp
teens
have
been
sent
to
University
 as
well.

Alexandra
Goth
was
so
eager
to
get
out
of
the
cab
and
enroll
 that
she
clearly
did
not
give
much
thought
to
her
appearance.

  • 41. She
was
joined
by
every
other
playable
child
or
teen,
including
Linus
 Burb.

  • 42. Belle
Broke:

I’m
keeping
the
coat.

  • 43. I
don’t
think
Dusty
Broke
thought
she
and
Belle
would
ever
be
able
to
 come
to
college.

She’s
very
relieved
to
be
here.

  • 44. The
Pleasant
twins
also
came
to
Sim
State,
though
it’s
hard
to
know
who
 had
the
worst
luck
in
transi8on
clothing.

  • 45. Lionel?

  • 46. Or
Angus?

Your
choice.

  • 47. It’s
probably
not
surprising
that
Alexandra
Goth,
who
rolled
Family,
was
 as
quiet
and
studious
a
Young
Adult
as
she
was
a
child
and
a
teen.

  • 48. Linus
Burb
was
also
working
hard
on
the
first
day,
preparing
for
a
Fortune
 Sim’s
future
in
building
up
Five
Top
Businesses,
something
he
did
not
yet
 know
was
never,
ever
going
to
happen
for
him.

  • 49. Even
Lionel
Pleasant
seSled
down
to
study.
Sim
State
would
be
a
chance
 to
make
a
fresh
start.

  • 50. Some
things
carried
over
from
high
school.

Lionel’s
rela8onship
with
 Dionne
Dreamer
was
one
of
them.

  • 51. Unfortunately,
this
was
another.

Nothing
was
enough
to
make
the
 Pleasants
get
along.

  • 52. Dusty
and
Belle
seemed
to
be
staying
away
from
all
of
this.

  • 53. Angus:

Why
isn’t
Dusty
speaking
to
me?

You’re
s8ll
going
out
with
 Lionel,
for
gosh
sakes,
and
he’s
LIONEL.

What’s
the
problem?
 Dionne:

I
don’t
know.

I
don’t
pass
notes
in
school
anymore.
You’ll
have
 to
talk
to
Dusty
yourself.



  • 54. Angus:

Hi,
Dusty.

Did
I
men8on
today
what
a
total
jerk
Lionel
is?


  • 55. Dusty:

That’s
ENOUGH,
Angus!

I
have
had
it
to
here
with
you
and
Lionel
 and
your
family
drama!

  • 56. Dionne:

Hi,
guys!

Anyone
want
to
order
a?

.
.
.
 .
.
.uh‐oh,
I’m
ouSa
here.
 Angus:
Why
are
you
mad
at
me?

I’m
the
nice
one.

He’s
always
the
one
 who
hits
me!

 Dusty:

That’s
not
true!

  • 57. Dusty:

You beat him up as much as he beats you up.  Maybe more.

  • 58. Dusty:

Lionel goes off and cries a<erwards.  Dionne’s seen him. 

  • 59. Angus:

But
Dionne’s
s8ll
going
out
with
Lionel!

It’s
all
his
fault,
and
she
 doesn’t
even
care.

She’s
hoping
they’ll
get
engaged,
and
he’s
the
bad
 one!

Why
is
she
ok
with
it
and
you’re
not?
 Dusty:

I
don’t
know.

That’s
Dionne’s
business,
not
mine.

You’d
have
to
 ask
her.

But
maybe
I’d
feel
differently
about
it
if
Daddy
had
remarried
 into
a
rich
family.

  • 60. Dusty:

You don’t understand about this, Angus, but let me try and explain  it to you.  Belle and I go to class all day, every day.  We work hard for our  grades, and then we work hard every night.

  • 61. Dusty:

When I’m not at the library or wriFng term papers, I’m tending  bar.

  • 62. Dusty:

A lot of the Fme that means bringing drinks to people who aren’t  very nice in the hopes that at least they’ll be decent Fppers.

  • 63. Dusty:

While I’m doing that,  Belle’s working as a DJ.  Luckily, she was  able to get a job in the same club, where I can make sure she’s ok.  She’s  my baby sister and she’s almost too preJy for her own good.  I don’t want  just any jerk to hit on her.

  • 64. Angus:

Not
just
any
jerk,
but
a
rich
jerk
would
be
all
right?
 Dusty:

You
shut
right
up.

  • 65. Dusty:

Yes, she did meet Houston while we were working, but I was there  the whole Fme!  Houston’s rich, but he’s all right.  

  • 66. Dusty:

He’s very nice and has a good sense of humor, and Belle likes him!

  • 67. Dusty:

Well, she does!  

  • 68. Dusty:

Belle
and
I
don’t
want
to
waste
our
opportuni8es.

We’re
going
to
 work
our
guts
out
and
make
a
decent
future
for
ourselves.

  • 69. Dusty:

Our Daddy gave us everything.  He’s never had anything to give  and he gave it to us anyway.  He raised all of us all by himself in that  junky liJle trailer.

  • 70. Dusty:

And he is not going to die poor.  Belle and I are geNng good jobs  a<er college, and we’re geNng him and ScarleJ out of that trailer forever  and making sure they never want for anything.

  • 71. Dusty:

While we’re talking about parents, your mother hates me.  She  really, really hates me.  I don’t know what I did to make her mad, but she  doesn’t look like a lady who wants to check what china paJern I  registered for. 

  • 72. Dusty:

Look,
I
don’t
want
to
be
mean
to
you,
Angus,
but
everybody
 wants
to
move
on
from
high
school.
You’re
the
only
one
who
wants
to
 stay
there.
Even
Dionne
and
Lionel
have
new
plans
now
that
they’re
in
 college.


 I’m
not
sorry
that
I
used
to
go
steady
with
you,
but
I
don’t
have
8me
for
 this
kind
of
soap
opera
any
more.

I
have
other
fish
to
fry.

  • 73. Angus:

Dusty?
 Dusty:

No,
I
really
meant
it.

Unless
you’re
planning
to
study,
work,
and
 move
on
from
whining
about
Lionel,
I
don’t
have
any
8me
for
you.

  • 74. Belle:

Aw,
cheer
up,
Angus.

She
doesn’t
mean
it.

She’s
just
really
busy.

  • 75. Angus:

It
isn’t
fair.

I’m
the
good
boy.

I’m
the
nice
one.

Everyone
knows
 that.

It
isn’t
fair.

  • 76. Over
at
the
Goodytwoshoes
boys’
house,
Gawaine
has
been
extremely
 busy
as
only
a
Pop
Sim
can
be,
pledging
the
other
boys
and
moving
them
 in
as
quickly
as
he
possibly
can.

  • 77. Gawaine:

Obviously.

I’m
really
8red
of
looking
a+er
the
garden
all
by
 myself.

  • 78. It
doesn’t
hurt
that
he
loves
making
best
friends
and
pledging
people,
 and
that
this
makes
him
very
happy.

  • 79. Really,
really
happy.

  • 80. Gawaine:

Welcome
to
the
fraternity,
Palomides!

It’s
just
like
our
old
Armory
 back
home,
only
more
so.
 Palomides:

Meaning
that
we’re
all
knights
and
you’re
s8ll
in
charge?
 Gawaine:

More
or
less.
 No
one
wants
to
admit
this
out
loud,
but
one
reason
why
Gawaine
is
the
leader
 is
because
he
is
a
very
good
leader.

  • 81. He’s
good
at
ge[ng
people
to
join
in
and
get
along.

Some8mes
this
can
 be
easy.

  • 82. Palomides:

Parsifal,
did
you
hear
what
Taffy’s
been
up
to
since
you
le+
 home?

  • 83. Palomides:

Bwah
hah
hah
hah!
 Parsifal:

Oh.

I’m
a
liSle
disappointed
in
Taffy.

  • 84. Gawaine:

Goodytwoshoes
Fraternity,
Gawaine
Goodytwoshoes
speaking.

 We’d
be
delighted
to
par8cipate
in
Rag
Week.

Will
you
excuse
me
for
a
 moment,
please?

  • 85. Bunthorne:

I
will
NOT
apologize
to
Parsifal.

I
will
NOT.
 Gawaine:

Yes,
you
will.

We
all
live
here,
and
you
will
be
polite
and
respecJul
 to
everyone
and
live
by
the
house
rules,
the
same
as
everyone
else.

 Bunthorne:

You’re
just
favoring
him
because
he’s
your
brother.


 Gawaine:

You
know
that
isn’t
true.

I’m
doing
it
because
it’s
right.

Apologize.


  • 86. Bunthorne:

OK,
Percy,
I
apologize,
I
guess.

 Parsifal:

I
would
prefer
it
if
you
didn’t
call
me
Percy
just
yet.

I’m
Percy
to
my
 brothers.

And
my
friends.

 That
may
sound
harsh,
but
Bunthorne
has
been
really
mean,
and
not
just
to
 Parsifal.

  • 87. They
can
be
a
vola8le
crew
and
it
takes
someone
like
Gawaine
to
keep
 them
together,
func8oning,
and
helping
out
the
girls.

Call
it
ego8sm,
call
 it
confidence,
call
it
whatever
you
want.

  • 88. Parsifal
is
also
Popularity,
and
he
may
be
a
lot
nicer,
but
that
natural
 purity
of
heart
he’s
so
proud
of
means
he
doesn’t
always
no8ce
when
 someone
is
trying
to
cheat
him.

  • 89. Telemachus,
like
his
father
Ulysses,
enjoys
reading
and
studying.

He’s
a
 good
natured
Family
Sim
planning
to
go
into
educa8on
and
he
gets
along
 with
almost
everybody.

  • 90. Palomides:

Just
because
you’re
a
Family
Sim
doesn’t
mean
you
have
to
 get
along
with
everybody.
 And
how.
Palomides
may
have
a
sense
of
humor
and
he
may
be
a
Family
 Sim,
but
he
does
not
suffer
fools
gladly
and
he
does
not
put
up
with
 nonsense.
He’s
even
more
annoyed
with
Bunthorne
than
Parsifal.


  • 91. Finally,
Bunthorne
has
to
make
a
peace
offering
of
cream
puffs.


 Yes,
he’s
De
Beers’
great‐grandson
and
DG’s
grandson,
and
he
looks
 rather
creampuffy
himself.

They’re
a
handsome
family,
but
he’s
s8ll
 ac8ng
like
a
liSle
snotbox.

  • 92. In
fact,
the
only
Sim
in
the
house
who
really
likes
Bunthorne
right
now
is
 Stephan,
one
of
the
placeholders,
and
that’s
probably
because
Stephan
is
 really
mean,
too.

But
fear
not:

Gawaine
will
ride
herd
on
all
of
them
 un8l
they
are
all
friends,
whether
they
like
it
or
not.

  • 93. It
doesn’t
maSer
who
they
are:

Bin
Sims‐‐

  • 94. Weivtnasaelp
playables‐‐

  • 95. ‐‐or
Romans,
Gawaine
greets
all
of
them,
makes
friends
with
them,
and
single‐ handedly
pushes
the
Greek
House
to
ziggurat
status.

 Bunthorne:

He
probably
is
the
Best
Knight
in
the
world
and
full
of
chivalry
and
 stuff,
but
I’m
not
going
to
admit
it.


  • 96. Palomides
takes
a
break
from
all
the
knightly
stuff
to
fool
around
in
some
 leaves.
 Palomides:

Whee!

  • 97. Gawaine’s
forced
to
interrupt
running
the
latest
toga
party.
 Gawaine:

Palomides,
did
you
realize
someone
has
to
rake
all
of
this
up?

You
 ought
to
be
more
thoughJul.

We
all
have
to
live
here.
 Palomides:

I
realize
it.

I
just
don’t
always
care.
 Gawaine
is
very
neat,
and
if
I
don’t
stop
him,
he
will
wander
around
raking
 leaves
and
cleaning
things
all
the
8me.

He’s
a
good
gardener,
too,
but
his
 talents
are
required
elsewhere.

  • 98. This
is
where
delega8on
comes
in
handy.

  • 99. Bunthorne:

Gawaine
says
I
have
to
apologize
to
you
again,
Parsifal.
 Parsifal:

That
brings
you
out
of
the
nega8ve
numbers.

  • 100. By
mid‐semester,
things
are
running
well.

Everyone
is
having
more
fun,
 and
they’re
all
friends,
at
least
with
Gawaine.

  • 101. Palomides
has
a
so+
spot
for
the
fraternity
Womrat,
Saxe‐Coburg‐Gotha.

  • 102. There’s
also
a
party
nearly
every
night.
The
Goodygirls,
especially
Elaine,
 are
usually
invited
and
introduced
to
new
people.

  • 103. Some8me
a
whole
household
is
invited
and
encouraged
to
join
the
party.
 In
this
case,
it’s
the
Roman
boys.

  • 104. Parsifal:

You
invited
a
Romance
Sim
to
our
party
to
socialize
with
our
 sister?

A
Romance
Sim
who
has
been
good
friends
with
her
since
 childhood?

I
do
not
wish
to
cri8cize,
but
was
that
altogether
wise?
 Percy
would
worry
even
more
if
he
knew
Worthing’s
LTW:

20
 Simultaneous
Lovers.

  • 105. In
this
case,
however,
his
worry
is
unjus8fied.

Elaine
and
Worthing
want
 to
con8nue
to
be
best
friends,
but
despite
Elaine’s
aSrac8on
to
red
hair,
 that
is
where
it
stays.

For
now.

  • 106. Gawaine
also
oversees
the
produc8on
of
portraits
for
the
house.


 ___
 It
is
posi8vely
weird
not
seeing
Cecil
and
LySon’s
portraits
over
there
in
 the
corner.



  • 107. Um,
wait—that
looks
like
a
picture
of
Gawaine.

Big
ego?
 Gawaine:

Yes,
but
in
this
case,
you
boobed
up
with
the
camera.
It’s
not
a
 statement.

I’ll
paint
Palomides
again
later.

  • 108. If
by
the
end
of
the
first
semester,
the
fraternity
isn’t
one
big
happy
 family,
at
least
they
are
ge[ng
along
and
having
fun
socially.

  • 109. Some,
like
Telemachus
and
Albert,
are
very
good
friends.

  • 110. Telemachus:

Congratula8ons
on
ge[ng
on
the
Dean’s
List,
Bunthorne!

  • 111. Palomides:

Congratula8ons
on
ge[ng
us
through
the
first
semester
 without
killing
us
or
le[ng
us
kill
each
other!
 On
balance,
I
think
Gawaine
deserves
a
medal.

  • 112. Elaine
doesn’t
have
to
deal
with
this
sort
of
thing
among
her
 housemates,
which
enables
her
to
get
on
with
earning
her
flowermaking
 badges.

  • 113. Of
course,
this
is
bound
to
happen
once
in
a
while.
 Nausicaa:

What
do
you
think
you’re
doing?
 Lenore:

Ooops.
 Nausicaa:

I’ll
let
it
go
for
now,
but
don’t
do
it
again.

  • 114. Have
you
never
heard
the
expression
“curiosity
killed
the
cow?”
 Cow:

I
thought
it
was
cats.
 Around
here?

Nope.

  • 115. No,
it’s
definitely
cows.

  • 116. Cow:

O,
please
be
merciful
to
bovines.

  • 117. Lenore:

Hmm.

I
remember
Mom
told
me
what
to
do
about
cows.

Now
 what
was
it
she
told
me?

Oh,
yes.

  • 118. Lenore:

Lock
n’
load,
baby!

  • 119. Pow,
right
in
the
udders!
 She
really
does
remind
me
of
Carmilla
here.

Sniff.

  • 120. In
addi8on
to
shoo8ng
the
occasional
cow
intruder,
Lenore
adds
to
the
tone
of
 the
place
by
pain8ng
the
house
portraits.

All
of
them
take
turns.
 I
haven’t
seen
the
“painted
a
Masterpiece”
icon
in
a
long
8me,
if
ever.

  • 121. With
the
influence
of
the
Fall
semester,
Elaine
earns
her
Bronze
 Flowermaking
badge‐‐

  • 122. ‐‐and
is
able
to
turn
her
aSen8on
to
other
things,
such
as
throwing
 par8es.

  • 123. Regina:

Not
available
for
your
list,
Romance
Boy.

  • 124. Zane
spontaneously
decided
to
flirt
with
Lenore,
the
moment
he
had
the
 chance.

  • 125. Elaine:

Sigh.

True
love
is
so
easy
for
some
people.

  • 126. I
don’t
know
about
easy,
but
they’re
certainly
in
love
again.



  • 127. Elaine:

I wonder when I’ll find True Love.  It’s taking forever.

  • 128. Elaine:

Angus
Pleasant!
 Palomides:
Angus Pleasant?  Angus:

Thanks
for
invi8ng
me,
Elaine.

It’s
swell
to
see
you
again.

May
I
offer
 you
a
backrub?
 Elaine:

How
sweet!

  • 129. Angus:

It
really
is
swell
to
see
you
again,
Elaine.

  • 130. To be continued. . .