{{gtav-road |type=urban |west end=[[Calais Ave]] |intersections=[[Alta St]]
[[Power St]]
[[Elgin Ave]]
[[Strawberry Ave]]
[[Fantastic Pl]]
[[Sinner St]] |east end=[[Little Bighorn Ave]] }} '''Adams Apple Blvd''' is a street in [[Los Santos in GTA V|Los Santos]], which appears in [[Grand Theft Auto V]] and [[Grand Theft Auto Online]]. The boulevard runs from [[Little Seoul]] in the west to [[Mission Row]] in the east, running through [[Pillbox Hill]]. Adam's Apple Blvd has connections to [[Alta St]], [[Calais Ave]], [[Elgin Ave]], [[Fantastic Pl]], [[Innocence Blvd]], [[Little Bighorn Ave]], [[Power St]], [[Sinner St]] and [[Strawberry Ave]], and runs under the [[La Puerta Freeway]] at its western most point. ==Events of HD Universe== The [[Protagonist (GTA Online)|protagonist]] of [[Grand Theft Auto Online|GTA Online]] returns a number of repossessed vehicles to [[Premium Deluxe Motorsport]], as do [[Franklin Clinton]] and [[Lamar Davis]] during the mission [[Franklin and Lamar]]. A window at the dealership is later destroyed by Franklin while being held at gunpoint by [[Michael De Santa]] during [[Complications]], which later opens up a [[Random Event - Simeon Yetarian|random encounter]] allowing the player to kill the dealerships owner [[Simeon Yetarian]]. Franklin, Lamar and [[Stretch (GTA V)|Stretch]] also go to the [[Ammu-Nation]] located on the street during [[The Long Stretch]]. ==Businesses and places== {| class="wikitable sortable" ! Name ! Location ! class="unsortable"| Street ! Type |- | [[Ammu-Nation]] | [[Pillbox Hill]] | [[Elgin Ave]] | Weapons |- | [[Auto Repair]] | [[Mission Row]] | [[Fantastic Pl]] | Auto parts |- | [[Banner Hotel & Spa]] | [[Pillbox Hill]] | [[Alta St]] | Hotel |- | [[Discount Kitchen Supplies]] | [[Mission Row]] | | Furniture |- |- | [[Get Aweigh]] | [[Mission Row]]/[[Strawberry]] | | Sports |- | [[Mile High Club]] (under construction) | [[Pillbox Hill]] | [[Power St]] | Club |- | [[Pillbox Hill Garage]] | [[Strawberry]] | | Private garage |- | [[Pillbox South Station]] | [[Pillbox Hill]] | | Metro station |- | [[Premium Deluxe Motorsport]] | [[Mission Row]] | [[Power St]] | Auto dealership |- | [[Sanders Motorcycles]] | [[Mission Row]] | | Auto dealership |- | [[Schlongberg Sachs]] | [[Pillbox Hill]] | [[Strawberry Ave]] | Bank |- | [[Templar Hotel]] | [[Mission Row]] | [[Fantastic Pl]] | Hotel |- | [[Vapid]] | [[Strawberry]] | | Auto dealership |- | data-sort-value="Vault, The"| [[The Vault]] | [[Mission Row]] | [[Strawberry Ave]] | Nightclub |- | [[Wholesale Hosiery]] | [[Mission Row]] | [[Sinner St]] | Clothing |- |} ==Other== *[[Stunt Jumps in GTA V|Stunt Jump]] (in the [[Get Aweigh]] parking lot) [[Category:Streets in Los Santos in GTA V]]

Talk:Loose Ends

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Images Please

Can somebody please provide images of this mission for this article. This article has no images and looks pretty empty and plain.--MrLanceVanceDance 11:55, 9 June 2011 (BST)

Men in Black Suits

About these men in Black Suits that shoot at Tommy when he enters the compound, are they FBI or CIA? In fact, if they aren't any of the two, who are they?--MrLanceVanceDance 11:56, 9 June 2011 (BST)

They're private security guards.--spaceeinstein 19:44, 9 June 2011 (BST)

Do you by any chance have evidence to support this fact Spaceeinstein? I'm asking this because on the Missions in GTA Vice City article, it says that in Loose Ends, you wreck a deal between the Sharks and the FBI. But those people in the black suits don't look like FBI. Also, I don't think the Sharks would be doing a drug deal with a security guards company.--MrLanceVanceDance 04:23, 10 June 2011 (BST)

Your supporting evidence is this wiki? My mistake calling them security guards. They are bodyguards. The people defending the package are the same people defending Pole Position, the golfer during "Four Iron", and the package during "Check Out at the Check In". I never use tertiary sources and I only use secondary sources when primary sources are unavailable. This fact I looked at the primary source, the game itself.--spaceeinstein 06:45, 10 June 2011 (BST)

Alright Spaceeinstein. I agree with you. Those men in black suits might be bodyguards but then who were the Skarks doing the deal with?--MrLanceVanceDance 08:09, 10 June 2011 (BST)

The game doesn't give much information on that and I don't want to speculate. I think it's best not to delve too much into this.--spaceeinstein 08:40, 10 June 2011 (BST)

Alright, lets close this issue but just one last question, who do we say the Sharks were doing the deal with?--MrLanceVanceDance 09:02, 10 June 2011 (BST)

I would say ambiguously men in black suits with sunglasses. I just thought this up right now: Maybe the Brady Games guide could have more info on this. Until someone has a copy of it, this is as far as I know.--spaceeinstein 09:16, 10 June 2011 (BST)

Okay Spaceeinstein, thanks for the quick answer. This discussion is now closed as of today--MrLanceVanceDance 10:19, 10 June 2011 (BST)