|Game:||The Ballad of Gay Tony|
|Location:||Brucie's Executive Lifestyle Autos, BOABO|
|Conditions of mission failure:||Wasted|
Mori and Brucie get away
Bullet GT destroyed
|Unlocks:||Ladies Half Price|
|Unlocked by:||This Ain't Checkers|
- "Are you Alpha or Omega? You think you can handle it?"
- ― Mori Kibbutz
Mori gives headsets to Luis and Brucie for communication for the 'run', and says nothing further about what's about to happen. Luis must go to a garage north of Middle Park where three cars are kept - a yellow Turismo (Mori's car), a blue F620 (Brucie's car) and a red and white Bullet GT (the player's car). The three line up and Mori takes the lead. The player must follow Mori and weave in and out between streets and police cars (as you gain a three-star wanted level, due to Mori tipping off the cops to make things 'interesting').
Mori leads you through a narrow passage which takes skilled and alert driving. A chopper will fly between Luis and Brucie which shouldn't damage the cars. After this, Mori will lead the player to use ramps to jump between a few barges, finally losing the heat.
After returning to land, Luis, now finally free to speak his mind to Mori, berates him over his arrogance, stupidity, lack of empathy and his constant cruelty towards Brucie. Mori at first blows him off, taunting Brucie in the process, calling him the "marshmallow man" and a "pale piece of turd", only for his younger brother to finally snap and, after several exaggerated martial arts movements, punch him in the face, breaking his nose. Mori collapses and begins crying, reminding Brucie "never in the face". Apologizing, and telling Luis he will see him soon, Brucie leads his sobbing and whimpering brother away.
In order to complete the mission the player must:
- Go to the car park
- Wait for Brucie to get in the car
- Use the button to lower the platform
- Get in the car
- Line up behind the Kibbutz brothers
- Keep up with Mori
Complete the mission in 5:15
Have less than 20% Car Damage
Reach 140 mph Top Speed
Stayed close to the Kibbutz brothers through the pursuit
- It is suggested in the credits that this event somewhat equalizes Mori and Brucie's relationship, as they are seen sparring with one another (without either acting overly aggressive to the other) in the Fight Club.
- The title is a reference to the GTA IV mission No. 1 given to Niko Bellic by Brucie Kibbutz. Whereas Niko has to finish first in that mission to pass it, Luis will always be driving behind Mori and Brucie in this one.
- Other possible reasons for the mission name could come from the three of them hanging out, or that its Mori's third and final mission he gives you.
- Mori's Turismo has a horn that beeps the song Dixie that he plays just after the men start driving. It is similar to that of the General Lee, the famed 1969 Dodge Charger from The Dukes of Hazzard. The horn sound can also be heard in The Lost and Damned, when calling Terry and Clay for backup.
- There is a way to be in front of Brucie or Mori by driving in the oncoming lane on Frankfort Avenue. However, Brucie's and Mori's vehicles will slow down.
- Aventura - "El Desprecio" from San Juan Sounds always plays after entering the Bullet GT.
- The traffic is fully absent after arriving to the cars.
- The Bullet in this mission has an unique paint job, white with a red stripe along the side. To obtain this car, you must fail the mission. After you've lined up behind Mori and Brucie, simply don't follow them and it will tell you that you abandoned them and failed the mission. After that, just drive the car to a safehouse and save the game.