|Written by||Joe Raposo and Luis Santiero|
|Publisher||Instructional Children's Music, Inc., Sesame Street Inc.|
"Home to Me" is a Sesame Street song sung by three Anything Muppet children. The first Muppet (Jim Henson) sings about living in an apartment amid noisy cars and neighbors. The second Muppet (Fran Brill) sings about living in the warm jungle, and the last Muppet (Richard Hunt) sings about living in an igloo in the Arctic. At the song's conclusion, the three children (via split screen) sing that no matter what your house is like or where it is, it's still a home.
|Well, here we are. Nestled all safe and snug inside Vault 101. It's so cold down here. Colder still with Catherine gone...
Oh, Catherine.... I so wish you were here with me. How the hell am I supposed to do this by myself? Live down in this hole. Take care of our child...
Home Sweet Home
|Game:||Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories|
|Location:||Atlantic Quays, Portland Island, Liberty City|
|Unlocked by:||Introductory cutscenes|
Home Sweet Home is the first mission in Grand Theft Auto: Liberty City Stories, given to protagonist Toni Cipriani by Vincenzo Cilli. The mission is triggered automatically at the start of the game, following the opening introduction.
The mission begins after Toni, who had just returned to Liberty City, and Vincenzo leave Salvatore Leone's Gentlemen's Club. Vincenzo tells Toni to drive to the new apartment he has rented for him and then to take him to his warehouse in Atlantic Quays. After the drive to the apartment, Toni enters and changes into a new set of clothes. Toni then drives Vincenzo to his warehouse, with Vincenzo reminding him that he is the boss.
Completion of the mission opens up the free roam gameplay outside of the mission for the first time. The mission Slacker, also for Vincenzo, is unlocked. The Casual Clothes Outfit and Leone's Suit outfit are both unlocked in the wardrobe of the apartment in Saint Marks. The monetary reward for the mission is $100.
Like most other games, the player need not follow Vincenzo Cilli's instruction to drive the car. The Kuruma is fireproof but there is no way to keep it after the misson.
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