Charlie (OS): Missin' me already?
Evan: Of course. I love getting shot at and having bath tubs falling on me. Listen, I've got managerial duties to two nightclubs in Gadebridge City. I want you to head over to Club Elegance and keep an eye on the construction workers. The guy I'm working with is having a few difficulties dealing with them. I'll be over later to check in.
Charlie (OS): Can do, can do. Hey, how's Paige?
Evan: Fine, I assume. Why?
Charlie (OS): Um. No reason. I, uh. Bye.
The line goes dead and Evan puts the Blackberry back in his pocket. You now have a 'C' on the map for Charlie at Club Elegance, but if you try and enter it, it'll prompt you to come back at a later date; and a neon blue martini glass for Wayne's Bar as well -- if you enter into the silver marker outside of Wayne's, you won't be prompted with a mission, but rather general club duties that last from midnight until 4 a.m., including some drink serving, breaking up fights, making sure no drug-use is going on in the bathrooms, much like a mini-game. You'll get £1,000 each shift. Go save your game at Pete's docks and this time we'll do one of Paige's missions, so enter the silver marker just outside the shack and the screen will fade to black.
The screen fades back in with Paige wearing her steel welding mask and brown apron, hunched over a large metal object, using a blow torch on it. Evan knocks on the wooden panels by the half-open door and catches her attention. She puts the blow torch down and lifts the mask over her head and takes a pair of gloves off.
Paige: Good timing. I'm about done with one of these things.
Evan: I'm guessing it doesn't involve a complimentary gesture of good will to the neighbourhood, nor is it a kid's toy.
Paige laughs as Evan walks inside, opening the fridge door by the counter and grabbing two beer bottles. He hands one to Paige as she leans against the counter top and picks a remote control up.
Paige: On the contrary, I wasn't kidding. It is a kid's toy. Once a month they do a race around the area. 'H 25 GO', they call it.
Evan takes a sip from the bottle's neck and nods his head, agreeing with what she said, then responding after swallowing the chilled gulp.
Evan: I've heard of that. Think Wayne tried to get me into one a couple years back when Carter was still around. Who's running that sh*t now? Donny's long gone.
Paige: No idea, but whoever's running it now is setting one up in Gadebridge City, what with the Heart bridge still being closed. I've got reason to believe the guy that ripped me off in the last race is in the Gade one instead of the Heart one this month.
Evan: So, what's that gotta do with the welding?
Paige: I bought one of those mini helicopters, rigged it with a trigger-release bomb and attached a top-down camera underneath it. We can access what's being broadcast back at my apartment. It's risky with those coke runners after us, but it's the only time I'm gonna get to exact revenge on that prick.
Evan: Bit extreme and petty for some dude that beat you in a race. But keep an eye out for Goodwin's men and I'll drive.
Paige: You're a saint, I tell ya. A f*ckin' saint.
Paige hugs Evan before grabbing the mini chopper under her arm, along with a remote and walking towards the door with the screen fading.
FADE IN: CUTSCENE
Evan opens the boot of a light blue Kuruma and Paige carefully puts the helicopter in the trunk. She closes it up as both go around either side of the car and get inside.
END OF CUTSCENE
A message appears on-screen: Get over to Paige's apartment in Gadebridge City.
A silver blip appears on the map for Paige's apartment. Once you get halfway across the bridge, police cruisers and crystal white Ranchers will start attacking you. You wont receive any wanted stars, nor can you get busted, but Goodwin's still after you and Paige. Once you arrive back at her apartment, park in the silver marker and the screen will fade to black.
FADE IN: CUTSCENE
The camera comes back in with Evan and Paige sitting on her sofa, watching a green television screen. Paige is playing around with the remote control and trying to navigate the helicopter around the living room, causing it to constantly stall and bump into walls. Evan folds his arms and eases back into the cold cushion, turning to face her.
Evan: ...And you expect to guide that thing over a moving car and drop a bomb on it? Yeah...this isn't your brightest idea. Give it here.
Evan leans forward and snatches the remote from Paige, then starts navigating the chopper fine.
Evan: This thing's still a kid's toy; it's not gonna keep up with a Banshee, or an Infernus. I'll navigate it, but it's on you to try and halt whatever car is his, if only for a moment.
Paige: I'm on it. Still have a few sets of punctures. Have the chopper follow me.
Paige stands up and grabs the helicopter and walks out of the apartment as the screen fades to black.
FADE IN: GAME PLAY
The screen is focused on the television screen: the helicopter is about fifteen feet above Paige and brief controls of how to operate it appear. It'll be in top-down mode, much like old GTA games. Fly it over Paige and she'll run to the end of the road and crouch down behind a street lamp.
After a moment, you'll hear a vibration and on-screen see Paige dialing her phone.
Evan: Take it they're coming round this corner.
Paige (OS): Yeah, keep the chopper steady; he's in a Banshee with two stripes across the bonnet. Pull this off, and I've got some solid ideas!
The line goes dead, and Paige heads out into the road and starts laying wire strips down. She runs back over to the street lamp and resumes crouching. After about twenty seconds, a huge group of cars drift round the corner. All of them swerve out of control after having their tires popped by the punctures Paige planted.
Locate the Banshee with the two stripes through the camera and you now have a small window before the car regains full control and gets away from the sea of crashed vehicles. Drop a bomb on it and it'll explode and take out the surrounding pile of cars along with it. Once it explodes, the mission is complete and the camera will come back to Evan in front of the television.