Meet Pharmacy Rx. He will be founding a pharmaceutical-themed
alphabetacy. The theme is really just for naming purposes. We will be
following the standard alphabetacy rules: at least 3 kids per
generation, mandatory twins in generations H, P, and X, and
downgrading in generations E, J, O, and T.
Pharmacy moves into the standard legacy lot. What a view!
Pharmacy is an athletic, hot-headed, great kissing schmoozer who’s
also a virtuoso. His ltw is to be an international super spy.
As you can see, Pharmacy’s bought some awesome furniture for his
new house. Too bad he doesn’t have the house yet.
Once he’s settled in, Pharmacy heads down to the police station,
where he gets a job in his dream career!
Then it’s off to the park to meet girls. This one’s a teen, but that’s ok. If
it turns out his one true love is a teen, Pharmacy just has to wait a few
Due to her bad dye job and way too much makeup, I don’t think Zelda
will be making the cut. But thanks for playing!
Maybe Pharmacy will have a better time meeting more intelligent girls
in the library. Also, he can learn about logic.
Holly definitely seems like a different breed of girl. She’s a teen, too,
but she’s certainly unique looking!
Pharmacy has a nice little chat with Holly, but then it’s back to
Next it’s off to the gym to pump a little iron.
“I don’t like this! I don’t like it at all!”
Pharmacy: “I think I’m getting a little hungry.”
Agnes: “I wonder if that fellow’s rich?”
Bella sighting! She’s very cute, but I don’t think Pharmacy can afford to
wait for her to grow up.
Glasses! This girl must be an intellectual. After washing everyone’s
dirty dishes, Pharmacy goes to chat her up.
After meeting quite a few girls, but not really clicking with any of
them, Pharmacy goes home to dream about himself.
After a quick chat with the mail carrier, another lovely lady, Pharmacy
is off for his first day of work!
Of course they ask him to work late his very first day. Poor Pharmacy is
exhausted, but at least he made some decent money. He also made
besties with his partner.
The next day, he invites said partner to come home with him. Blair is
also quite unique looking – and Pharmacy has a want to kiss her. I
think that’s rather unprofessional.
But Pharmacy doesn’t care a thing for what I think. He invites Blair to
move in with him.
Blair: “Sure! I’m happy to come move out of my house to come live on
the lawn with you. At least it gets me away from all my crazy
Blair brings about 1500 simoleons with her, which combined with
what Pharmacy’s been bringing home is enough to buy them a chess
set, a double bed, and a tv. It’s nice having them in the same career,
since they can use the same skilling equipment.
Pharmacy heads to bed and dreams about his job, while Blair gets
some studying done.
Blair is a good, childish hopeless romantic. She’s also a loner and a
genius. Like Pharmacy, she wants to be an international super spy.
They can be a spy couple and go on fabulous adventures together!
Up until now the relationship has been strictly platonic, but as soon as
they wake up in the morning Pharmacy moves in for a kiss.
Then it’s time for a stimulating game of chess together! Pharmacy’s
glad he found a girl who knows how to use her mind – although he’s a
little worried that she might be smarter than him.
They both got promotions! Being best friends is really helping them in
the job performance department.
You know what that means?
It’s just one little room, not quite big enough for the chess set, so that
stays outside, along with the new telescope they’d both been wanting.
Here’s the inside of their little house. Pretty spartan, still, but it will
Blair: “I think it’s time we take our relationship to the next level.”
Pharmacy: “I like the sound of that.”
Their first woohoo was serenaded by the broken sink spraying water
all over the floor. Ah, young love.
“I love Pharmacy, but I do wish this place weren’t such a dump.”
“Since we’re living together and woohooing and all, maybe we should
Blair challenged an opponent to a chess match in her jammies.
“They’re my lucky jammies.”
Carry on, then.
She lost. 5 times in a row. And he’s at least 2 logic levels lower than
she is. Some genius.
“We both know I only moved you in here for one reason. This is a
legacy, after all. So, will you marry me?”
“It’s so sparkly!”
“Yeah, it’s from a radioactive rock I found on the beach. Do you like
“Of course I’ll marry you, Pharmacy…hey, where’s the sparkly?”
“It shall never be seen again.”
“Oh, Pharmacy, I love you. And I’m so excited to plan the wedding!”
“Wedding? We can’t just get married right now in the living room? It’s
what all the legacy founders do.”
“Oh, no, we have to have a wedding. I need at least a day to plan.”
“Mommy, I’m getting married!”
“Well, I just hope things go better for you than they do for me and
Way to be positive, Susan! But then, I do get pop-ups every day about
how Blair’s parents’ marriage is on the rocks.
I have no idea who these people are, but Blair’s friends with them, so
that’s good enough for me.
Agnes looks sad.
“Of course I am. That Blair, stealing that lovely boy…although looking
around at this place, I don’t think he’s as rich as I thought he was.”
“Daddy! You’ll give me away, right?”
“Well, I suppose, honey, if you really want to do this.”
Blond chess guy: “I’ll just think about Agnes and get in the way.”
I was surprised so many people showed up – although no one’s really
paying much attention to the wedding. At least Blair has her head in
the right place.
Pharmacy: “I’m hungry.”
Blair: “There are too many people here.”
“Blair, I love you so much. We were meant to be together.”
Figuring they should probably have a wedding dinner, Pharmacy cooks
up a nice pot of mac & cheese.
The cheap TV broke. That pretty much spelled the death knell for the
party, since it was the only entertainment. The party scored “not bad”,
so at least it wasn’t horrible.
Blair and Pharmacy didn’t at all mind having the house to themselves.
They had their own fun wedding night activity planned, after all.
The morning after the wedding, honeymoon activity consisted of Blair
fixing the broken sink while Pharmacy mopped the floor. But! They
have a bathroom now! Even if the walls aren’t painted yet.
Blair headed down to the bookstore for a riddle competition, but she
didn’t win. Too bad, because they really could have used the money.
Only thing I can figure is there must be other geniuses in town who are
more genius than Blair.
Then it’s time to fix the broken TV. Uh-oh! Don’t die, Blair!
She didn’t die, but apparently fixing the tv made her sick. Or she was
just so distraught at losing the logic competition…
Or she could just be pregnant.
“A-one and a-two and… honey, are you ok in there?”
Aw, Pharmacy is a sweetie. Also, holy muscles, Batman!
They got promoted again! And they have spiffy matching police
I love that sims can read actual books on the bed. Apparently Blair
Also, with their promotion money they were able to build an actual
bedroom. It’s starting to look like a real house!
Tamara came over to visit! She and Blair are apparently best buds. She
must be one of the non-crazy roommates, then.
I like her nose. Hopefully she’ll have pretty babies.
I don’t know how she’s supposed to know she’s pregnant. She’s so
The police hat is a nice accessory to the maternity dress. Too bad she
won’t be going back to work for probably a couple of weeks.
Pharmacy promptly rolls up the wants to have a girl, and to give Blair a
massage. Blair wants a boy.
They also both want to read a pregnancy book, so Pharmacy heads to
the bookstore before work. I gave him the bookstore bargainer award,
since they’ve got to start building a family library.
Stuck at home for no good reason, Blair upgrades the sink. I thought it
was a little boring for them to have the same lifetime want, plus Blair’s
going to be way behind Pharmacy after all her maternity leave, so I
changed hers to Renaissance Sim. She’s already got a start on logic and
mechanical, and she’ll need athletic for her job.
Blair reads through Totally Preggers, and afterward isn’t entirely sure
she wants to have a baby.
Blair: “Hey, person wearing the same shirt as me! You don’t know me,
but obviously we both have great fashion sense. I just came to tell you
that technology is totally awesome.”
Random woman: “You’re absolutely right! I see now how misguided I
was. Let’s be friends.”
“Since we’re friends, she won’t mind if I take some produce from her
Go for it. It’s her own fault for having her veggie garden in the front
As soon as he gets home, Pharmacy reads the pregnancy book. I think
he’s going to be a great dad.
“Wait. The baby comes out how? Ew!”
Pharmacy: “Ohmiboolprop! I can hear her! She’s singing! She’s going to
be a virtuoso like me, I bet.”
Blair: “You’ve never even picked up a guitar, you silly sim.”
Blair figures she’d better get in shape for the birth, so it’s time for
Pharmacy gets to start investigating people!
Pharmacy: “Where were you on the night of Tuesday the 22nd?”
Jocasta: “Well, I was right here at home.”
Pharmacy: “Can anyone confirm that?”
The Rx’s have a nursery! It’s a little bare right now, but at least they’ll
have a place to put the little nooboo.
Since they spent all the money on the nursery, though, they can’t
afford a computer. Seems to me Pharmacy should be able to work at
the police station, but no. So he goes to the library.
“Oh no! Pharmacy’s not home yet! And the baby’s coming!”
“Why can’t babies just be delivered by stork? This is no fun!”
“The tv is broken again! How annoying!”
Yes, that’s the most important thing Blair has on her mind right now.
Pharmacy finally makes it home.
“Ohmiboolprop! The tv is broken!”
“Ohmiboolprop! Blair’s having a baby!”
You’re a police officer. Aren’t you trained to deal with these sorts of
“Well, I’ve got my arms out to catch, haven’t I?”
Blair and Pharmacy look much calmer now that they’ve made the
decision to have the baby at the hospital.
I never tell my sims to go to the hospital. The decision is entirely up to
“I’m kind of tired. I think I’ll wait out here.”
Um, this is the birth of your firstborn child here.
“Yeah, I know, but I’m tired.”
So poor Blair had the baby all alone.
It’s a boy, named Albuterol! Albuterol is a medicine for asthma. His
nickname shall be Albie, and he’s a slob and a virtuoso. That means
Pharmacy’s predictions were half right.
As soon as they get home, Blair puts Albie in his crib and they head to
bed. Guess they were pretty tired.
The birth of Generation A, along with Blair’s return to her lucky PJs,
seems like a good place to end this chapter. Tune in next time!