You and Haley stand and talk until her alarm goes off and she must go to work. She asks if you care to work out now, but you explain that now you're too wore out to start a new session. You exchange numbers and that evening began an intense, but short lived romantic affair that burns out after just a couple weeks. But now that you have a negative reputation there, that gym denies your application.\n\tSo you return to your life of nauseating depression and become even further obese.\nTHE END.\n[[Start]] OVER?
You enter the gym, are given a free one day pass and, decide to hire a trainer to assist you in your efforts.\n\tYou get so into this new challenge that you stay later than expected and Haley comes in.\n\tAfter you're session is over and you decide to have a “recovery shake,” as recommended by your research to assist in repairing muscle regeneration, Haley comes over and starts talking to you. \n \tYou become friends, and she watches you slowly change from an overweight, under employed sad sack, to a healthy, athletic, and intelligent, pleasant guy to be around. \n\tOn the following Valentines day, you present her with a rose, box of all natural chocolates, and invitation to dinner.\n\tShe agrees and you begin a passionate romance that leads to you forgoing your chemistry-centered pursuits and become a personal trainer.\n\tHaley is eventually promoted and you two fall in love and decide to get married.\nIn other words,\n\nCongratulations, You win!!!\nNow share this game with your friends and family or follow Brett's lead and take action to improve yourself!
You are tempted, but pass by and stumble upon a thin, attractive young lady, mysteriously standing by herself in the next alley.\nDo you [[Tempt]] or [[ignore]] fate?
You leave, make your way to the gym, check in, and realize that you didn't bring your gym bag.\nSo you then begrudgingly saunter home and plop down on the couch, where you fall asleep and remain a loser...\n\nTHE END.\n[[Start]] OVER?
You smile and nod silently at the screen, remembering the episode fondly and make a mental note to start a marathon when you get home.\n[[What next?]]
You reach the entrance, but before you can go through the door, are confronted by a sudden panic - what did you just do? Walk away from an attractive young lady? Isn't that why you wanted to do this in the first place? What about Jon, will he forgive you for not wanting to play his new game? Decide wheher to take the final steps to [[go in]], or [[turn back]] and attempt to take comfort in familiarity.
she introduces herself as Hayley and you quickly learn that you have a lot in common. She, too, lives nearby and is actually the afterhours manager of the gyn. Then you're reminded of your motivation for going to workout in the first place - to make yourself desireable.\nSo do you [[abandon that pursuit]] or politely [[excuse yourself]] and continue onward?
he and asks you if you'd like to join him to play it.\nIf you do, obviously, you won't have enough time to go to the gym afterwards and will lose your motivation.\n\nTHE END.\n[[Start]] OVER?
In the alley by the store, you encounter your one friend in the entire town - an overweight guy, Jon, who is holding a new video game.\nYou can either [[stop]] to talk to him or nod and [[continue onward]].
As you walk by, you nod and smile. He waves the game around, tempting you, but now is not the time to waste time playing a silly video game; you must make an effort to improve yourself physically!\n[[Next up]]
You smile assuredly, but [[move on]] to your destination.
Brett is depressed, he feels like there's nothing in his life to motivate him beyond just doing the bare essentials to stay alive - eating, sleeping, defecation, and slaving away at the minimum wage petty, non engaging position as a clerk at the gas station near his house.\n\tHe moved here for college, graduated, but couldn't find work for a chemist in a small college town in the Midwest.\n\tCompletely by chance, he gets a package delivered to his mailbox, with his neighbor across the hall's name.\n\tWhen he attempts to hand it to the intended recipient, he is rudely shooed away and dismissed as a nuisance.\n\tNow curious about the package's contents, he decides to open it and see if the old adage about trash being another's treasure is true.\n\tHe hastily tears open the large envelope to discover a book - The Nerdist Way, by Chris Hardwick, who Brett vaguely recalls from an MTV show in the 90's. Curious, Brett begins to read and finds himself motivated by Hardwick's tale of reshaping his life after years of alcohol abuse and unhealthy habits.\n\tMoved by the inspirational tale that he reads in a single sitting, finding himself, for the first time in decades, choosing to drink water instead of beer, liquor, or soda, while he reads.\n\tHe then begins to reminisce about his home town of 25 years, before he decided to go away to college. About how all of his friends used to sit around and speculate about how, as soon as they were old enough, would move away, get wasted every day, and throw caution to the wind. Brett was never like that, he wanted to wait until he saw how that worked out for his comrades, and then pick, choose, and tweak to customize a scenario that he thought would be the most efficient.\n\tAt 25, seven years after the first of his crew embarked on their respective journeys of independence, Brett applied for a school in the middle of the country and worked extremely diligently on a degree in chemistry. After four years of studies, he graduated with a degree in Chemistry. But, unable to find sufficient work in that field, either out here, or back home, he elected to stay put in his college's town and took whatever work he could, thinking patience would eventually yield positive results.\n\tHowever, after a year of commiserating with a bottle and junk food, he found himself borderline obese, unable to make friends, garner a significant other, or find rewarding employment. So now, at the brink of overwhelming depression, Brett has a new plan - try Hardwick's method of self improvement. But, as he knows from personal experience, the most difficult part is getting started. On his way home, he noticed a flyer for the local gym, just down the street, advertising a three day free trial. So now he must resist all temptation and get there! \n\nDo you [[rush out]] or [[take your time]]?
As you're walking you pass a store with a TV in the window, playing the opening sequence from an episode of one of your favorite TV shows - Troy and Abed In The Morning. You are then given the option to stay and watch, or keep going.\n[[Keep going]] or [[stay and watch]]?
You are now outside a bar, advertising a BOGO special on your favorite drink, the Moscow Mule. .\nDo you [[stop for a cold one]] or two or [[Sally forth]]?
You are almost out the door, but realize you're forgetting your gym bag, and then proudly exit.\n[[Then What?]]
Your blood pressure rises as adrenaline is pumped from your adrenal gland through your veins and powers your feet to run back to the alley, only to find that Haley is no longer there.\n \tYou then run back to the other alley and discover that Jon is missing inkind. Discouraged, you slowly trudge back to the bar, only to find the special no longer available.\n\tFeeling clinically depressed, you slump back to the store window to see that Trot and Abed have been replaced by Fun With Flags - a show you thought started to wane after it's third season.\n\tHorribly broken and discouraged, you find your way home, only to slip in a gripping depression, elect to get drunk, alone. Then are found several weeks later, putrid, disgusting, and deceased by authorities, after your neighbors call in a disgusting odor emanating from your residence.\n\tYou Lose.\n\t\tBig time…\n\nTHE END.\n[[Start]] OVER?
Your brief pause turns into an avid viewing and you are so enthralled that you quickly abandon your pursuits and return home to begin a marathon...\n\nTHE END.\n[[Start]] OVER?
You stop and after guzzling several drinks, you find yourself too inebriated to workout.\nTHE END.\n[[Start]] OVER?
you two exchange numbers and you [[move on]].