| MISSION |
|Game:||Grand Theft Auto V|
|Location:||Vespucci Beach, Los Santos|
|Unlocks:||Surveying the Score|
|Unlocked by:||Monkey Business|
Inside, he meets Debra, Floyd's girlfriend, who has just returned from a business trip and is completely furious at Trevor's presence in the apartment. Trevor insults Debra, pushing her into an even greater rage. Trevor's mood changes suddenly, and he begs Debra and Floyd to accept him for who he is. Debra continues to hurl insults. She tells Floyd that "Bob" (presumably Debra's lover) was right about Floyd. Then she pulls a pistol from a drawer in the kitchen. Floyd pulls a knife. Trevor gets angry.
The scene shifts to the exterior of the apartment. Trevor, now covered in blood, staggers out the front door. Wade arrives and wants to go inside the apartment to see Floyd. Trevor states that's not such a good idea. Instead, he and Wade get in Trevor's vehicle and drive to the Vanilla Unicorn. There, Trevor instructs several of the strippers to take care of Wade. Trevor then heads to the office of the club's manager, Leon. As the door to the office closes, Trevor tells Leon that he's about to "meet your new friend."
The player is switched to Michael, who is in his mansion in Rockford Hills and in a phone conversation with Lester. Lester tells Michael that Trevor has taken over the Vanilla Unicorn. Michael agrees to meet there to plan the next mission.
The player can now use the Vanilla Unicorn as a safehouse. However, Floyd's apartment safehouse is no longer available and if visited after the mission, it will have crime scene tape over the front door. The player can also get Mr. Raspberry Jam stuck behind the front bumper of Trevor's Bodhi if the default bumper is equipped.
- Floyd Hebert - Killed for brandishing a knife at Trevor.
- Debra - Killed for aiming a pistol at Trevor.
- Leon - Killed in order to take over the Vanilla Unicorn.
- Its strange (and kind of funny) that when Trevor asks the stripper where is the manager, she doesn't react in any way to see a man covered in blood standing right in front of her.