- "So Michael, this is where dead men come back to life. It's been nearly ten years. Oh but you'll keep for another day or so, huh, old friend? You motherfucking fuck! I grieved for you! You weren't even fucking dead. You were my best friend. Well guess who's coming to shit on your doorstep you fuck!"
- ―Trevor Philips, to himself as he overlooks Los Santos.
Trevor comes home to his trailer and sees Wade Hebert coming up to him and apologising, only for Trevor to punch Wade off his front porch and ask if he found Michael Townley. Wade tells Trevor that two "Michael Townleys" live in Los Santos, but neither matches Trevor's description (one is aged 83 and the other is at kindergarten). However, a man of the same age named Michael De Santa, who has two children and is married to a woman named Amanda, matches Trevor's description. Trevor "congratulates" Wade (by punching him again for "withholding information" from him), and tells Ron to take control of his business while he and Wade are in Los Santos. Trevor and Wade drive to Stab City, The Lost MC's trailer park, with Wade giving Trevor the weapons he asked for previously. Trevor sneaks around the trailer park, killing Lost MC members and planting several Sticky Bombs on the trailers. Once he has planted the bombs, he detonates them, destroying the trailer park. Trevor leaves the park and drives to Los Santos with Wade. When they reach Vinewood Hills, Trevor pulls over and climbs to the top of a hillside. Now overlooking the city, Trevor tells Michael that he is coming for him, before he and Wade drive to Vespucci Beach, where they take up residence in an apartment owned by Wade's cousin, Floyd, and his fiancée.
- Go to the trailer park.
- Plant the sticky bombs on the trailers.
- Detonate the bombs before leaving the trailer park.
- Return to Wade.
- Go to Los Santos.
- Go to Wade's cousin apartment.
- Follow Wade.
Gold Medal Objectives
- Headshots - Kill 5 enemies with a headshot.
- Several bikers are around, use suppressed weapons to kill them with headshots to avoid detection, see the video for help.
- Mystery Gift - Destroy the trailers without being detected.
- Same as before, try to kill any witnesses quickly and use a suppressed weapon.
- Shooting lights out will make Trevor hard to detect.
- There's a set piece where 2 bikers are bullying another. The Victim will just run away and not compromise you.
- Another set piece involves a biker quarreling with a woman in a trailer, killing the biker will confuse the woman but this won't get Trevor detected.
- Unmarked - Complete with minimal damage to health and armor.
- Quietly getting through the site means no shootout.
- Perfect Gift - Destroy all trailers at once.
- Don't blow up the trailers until all bombs are planted.
- Though the silent method is safer, the louder method makes the mission go faster. The advantage here is that the amount of Lost members is low and they aren't that menacing. Trevor's ability also makes it easier.
- To make the trip to Los Santos faster, use a helicopter. It's even easier if you have the updates since you will have a helicopter available for for you at any time, however make sure to spawn it before starting the mission.
- The player is not limited to sticky bombs to blow up the trailers. Regular grenades, a grenade launcher, and a rocket launcher can be used as well.
- You can climb to the top of a shack by the far left end of the trailer park to blow up the trailers with a rocket launcher. This vantage point has visibility of all trailers to blow them up quickly.
- Trevor can now use Floyd's apartment as a safehouse.
- The Flying School is unlocked and can be accessed by all characters.
- The player is able to switch between Michael and Franklin again. Both characters also receive their takes from the Vangelico heist.
- Sticky Bombs and Proximity Mines (enhanced version only) can now be purchased from Ammu-Nation.
- If the player has completed Pulling One Last Favor, Franklin will be able to purchase the LSPD Auto Impound.
After the mission
- Completing this mission unlocks Fame or Shame. Switching to Michael will automatically begin the mission.
- Ron Jakowski Trevor receives a phone call from Ron, and the duo have a brief conversation about Ron's ex-wife.
The Senora Beacon Newspaper
"A trailer park on the Southwest of the Alamo Sea has been destroyed in a series of explosions that could be heard as far away as Paleto Bay. 'Stab City', as it was unironically known, was a known biker gang stronghold and it is assumed that this was yet another revenge attack by rival drug gangs in the ever worsening drug wars that have been plaguing our region. When will this violence end? Can there be many more bikers left to kill at this point? Or will they just keep popping back up like weeds as we have seen so many times before?"
- @steelhorsefan77 - "What's going on with the Lost bikers? I heard they got taken down AGAIN out at the Alamo Sea. They never been the same since that Billy Grey shit."
- @PorcupinePete - "Word on the CB is Stab City got bombed to high hell. That's why you never take the wheels off a trailer."
- If the player drives to Stab City in an open-top car and arrives before it starts raining, Wade will still complain that he is getting wet.
- One of the bikers in Stab City will mention Billy Grey in his conversation.
- During the drive to Los Santos, Trevor will tell Wade some facts about his background. Trevor reveals that he played hockey at some point in his life, but stopped playing after his coach "accidentally" had a Hockey Stick "jammed up his ass". Trevor will also tell Wade the story of how he and Michael first met (using the names Trisha and Michelle) and how Michael met Amanda, and reveals that besides being a stripper, she was also a prostitute.
- In the Good Game Awards 2013, one of the nominees for Most Memorable Moment was "looking out over Los Santos as Trevor", which occurs during this mission.
- The coffins on the backs of trucks found in Stab City will disappear at the end of the mission if parked at a safehouse.
- When the player reaches Stab City, Trevor's pistol is automatically fitted with a silencer.
- On the way to Los Santos while Trevor talks to Wade, the radio will automatically be tuned to Rebel Radio and playing "It Won't Be Long (And I'll Be Hatin' You)" by Johnny Paycheck.
- If the player drives to the Range in Trevor's truck, Wade may climb in the back rather than the passenger seat.
- If the player gains a wanted level during this mission, Wade will comment on it, saying things like, "We-woo, we-woo. That's my siren sound." Additionally, Wade will comment about stealing multiple cars with quibs such as, "So you didn't want that one."
- If Wade does not see the player when he returns to him before detonating the sticky bombs (eg if Trevor is shielded behind a vehicle) the player will hear him say, "Trevor sure can handle himself. I almost shat myself."