I really do think it's stupid that they showed niko in this mission. They just HAD to put him in there for reactionary purposes even though it doesnt fit with the story. There was really no reason for them to have to do that, I'd have preferred that they just left him out of there and stuck to the accuracy of the storyline cause I for one like to believe it as it going on. I mean yeah ok I get it they wanted people to get all excited and be like "ooh cool theres niko" but I still dont get why they couldnt have just waited for the actual parts he was in for that to happen. I'm sorry but this kind of stuff almost ruins the game for me. Chalk it all up to ocd I guess.
No, that really does make sense, because he shouldn't even have been in Alderney at that point in the game. Also, it was just a pretty lame thing to do. Winter Moon 21:04, June 18, 2011 (UTC)
None of it makes sense. All the bridges are open at the start of TLAD when really they are supposed to be closed due to a terrorist threat. NT92 21:46, June 18, 2011 (UTC)
In the beginning cutscene when the hooker says "hey sexy" (or something along those lines), is it possible that she is talking to Jason since he runs the prostitution ring for the lost? (Stebner603 19:49, 27 May 2009 (UTC))
GTA IV Tie In
You get into a gin fight in this mission, and early on in GTAIV it's said that tensions between the Lost and AOD are flaring up again. Could this be the event in question? It seems fairly obvious that Billy's return is the biggest reason behind it.--Allurade Dendra 02:25, October 27, 2009 (UTC)
Who else thinks its ironic?
That Clean and Serene needs to be cleaned up. Thats funny. Jackass2009 07:06, November 25, 2010 (UTC)