Skip Broke, alive… and with Bella Goth?

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This is probably the juiciest story I’ve ever undertaken in The Sims 2 since it came out. You can see how I resurrected them here. In my playthrough Mortimer is still an adult (right before elder). See my timeline.

The last night Bella was seen “alive”… Don was there, but so was a very undead Skip Broke…

(Some of the pictures are blurry because they were from video stills not direct screenshots).

So, how did Skip fake his death?

Turns out Dr. Lothario, his best friend, helped his friend find love with his future mother-in-law.

Don works at the Pleasantview Clinic, and has been working shifts in the morgue, since the hospital is understaffed.

(Hilariously, Don autonomously walked to the Morgue)

The scene of the crime where Don switched the body tags of his dear friend Skip and Bella…

Don, however, has a weakness… and that’s his love for Cassandra and his guilty conscience.

On a lovely tropical vacation, Don ends up telling everything to Cassandra.

Later that night… Don tells Cassandra everything.
The end of this vacation wasn’t great for Cass…

A blurry (sorry) photo of Cassandra crying when finally home.

Cassandra invited the Broke’s over and told everybody the news.

Brandi was devestated… naturally.

This party sucks. 😂

Cassandra and Don aren’t doing too well.

Now that the jigg’s up, Skip confronts Brandi and tries to apologize.

She does NOT accept.

Bella still so-far is also nowhere to be found and has not reached out.

Author: Lilith Pleasant

I've been playing The Sims since 2004. I've played every iteration, but the Sims 2 will always remain as my very favourite. I'm passionate about getting others involved in playing the Sims 2 and sharing my stories, as well as trying my hand at CC. But, I also love the other Sims games (Castaway Stories anybody?)

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