Of course, if you nobly spare your sister (so you can keep playing the game)...
The little bitch has the nerve to be mad at you. Just like a real little sister! Anyway, now that we've appeased Sheila by taking her hellspawn outside and sparing the wretch's life to boot, we're free and cl—
Sheila: Now you can get started on those carrots, Willy.
Oh, son of a bitch! Okay, Willy, you're a kid. You know the standard out for this. Mangle those veggies bad enough, and she'll take the knife away from you and do it herself. Then you're free to go play Nintari as much as you like!
Sheila: Careful now! That knife's made out of real carbon steel, and it's so sharp it can cut through a...BW
...nauseatingly predictable script?
Willy: Yeah, yeah, I know. It's so sharp it can cut through a shoe.BW
Why a shoe? The real Ginsu knives used cans to demonstrate that even after cutting through metal, the knife held a blade. Why a SHOE?
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Willy: Ow, my thumb! Mom! I'm bleeding! Call the paramedics! This looks serious!
No, you idiot, you're supposed to mangle the veggies, not yourself!
Dynamix was the company that made the more violent adventure and action games for Sierra. Rise Of The Dragon. Heart Of China. Stellar7. Nova9. Willy Beamish. URNOTE.
Also, the paramedics? I mean, it's a gusher, but it's nothing to rush to the emergency room over. Especially not with the cavalier attitude that doctor has towards inoculation.
Thankfully, Sheila's sane and sensible, and sends you up to bandage your own damn self.
Sheila: Oh, don't be such a baby. It's just a little nick.BW
Willy: That knife looked rusty, Mom. You think I oughta put iodine on it?BW
Kid's gonna grow up to be Bentley, I just know it.
Annyway, a few more lines of dialogue later, and we're free to go put iodine and a band-aid on Willy's boo-boo.
I'm pretty sure this upstairs isn't quite proportioned right.
The upstairs. Left to right: Brianna's room (far left), the hallway leading back downstairs (where Willy's standing), Parents' room, Bathroom, Attic (above bathroom), Tiffany's room, Willy's room. Enough of the grand tour, let's go clean up that gaping, surely life-threatening wound!
Pictured: One Bathroom. No lines, no waiting!
This is the bathroom. Yes, we will be back here later, thanks for asking. Arrow points to the cupboard the first aid supplies are in.
Willy:Ugh! This iodine looks really gross.
Oh, you whiny little... You yourself said you should put iodine on it. I should note, by the way, that the iodine is mold green, and does not look at all like iodine.
I don't need this stuff. I'm in enough pain.
This might hurt a little, but it's better than getting gangrene.
Just a band-aid. It'll be fine.
If you fail to properly treat Willy's thumb, he won't be able to practiceNintari. If he is unable to practice Nintari, Willy's self-esteem goes into a downward spiral. He ends up addicted to morphine, murders his parents, sells his sisters into slavery, and ends up writing for Cracked.
Willy:OWWWW! I'm in agony. Man does this stuff hurt!
That taken care of, we can go take a look at Willy's room.
Note the Star Trek The Next Generation Enterprise-D on the ceiling. Dynamix know their audience. Also, kid's got a boatload of toys. We'll play later. Dinner will be ready soon (along with a dramatic conversation) so let's go visit Gramps before it's too late.
See, Willy? Grandpa's been right there the whole time. Also, check out the spiffy train set. That's Gordon's (Dad's). We're gonna screw it up, then use our magicaltime turner to make it all better.
I accidentally uploaded this picture when I meant to upload the next one, so here's a closeup of Grandpa making a load of shoutouts. The two I can name offhand are Looney Tunes and The Jack Benny Program. Both featuring Mel Blanc, no less. Funny, that.
Note the trouble meter towards the end, there? We need to keep that down for the first couple of days, or it's Game Over. Also...