Rosenberg wants Tommy to find out more information about the ambushed drug deal. Rosenberg tells Tommy to meet Kent Paul, the biggest rumor guy in the city, at the Malibu Club, where he can usually be found. Tommy meets Kent Paul, who tells Tommy about part-time chef and hitman Leo Teal, who's "been looking real pleased with himself lately".
Tommy tells Ken that he couldn't find anything out, except that more criminals in Vice City
are roaming free than imprisoned. Tommy tells Ken that they will need a lead from the streets if they want to find out who ruined a deal
they took part in.
Ken tells Tommy to wait until he thinks of a person they could talk to.
After a few moments of thinking, Ken comes up with someone from the music industry.
Ken says that Kent is well connected in the Vice City underworld, and that if anyone would know about a large amount of missing cocaine
, it'd be him.
Ken also tells Tommy that Kent always hangs out at the Malibu Club
After learning of this information, Tommy goes out to find Kent.
Tommy is tasked with going to the Malibu Club and meeting Kent Paul.
Tommy on his way to the club.
Tommy, about to walk inside.
In the club, an english man is seen flirting with some woman.
Back at the entrance, Tommy asks one of the club's guards for an englishman. The guard points out the one flirting with the woman.
The englishman introduces himself to the woman he's flirting with as Kent Paul and says he's the "governor" there.
As Kent continues flirting, Tommy approaches them.
Tommy walks up to Kent and the woman and tells her to leave them alone.
The woman walks off as Kent is left with Tommy.
Tommy asks Kent if he is who Tommy thinks he is and introduces himself as Ken Rosenberg's friend.
Kent struggles remembering who Ken is before remembering that he is a lawyer and calls him an "ambulance chaser".
Kent jokingly says that Ken is so terrible at his job that he could make an innocent man receive a death sentence.
Kent asks the bartender to give him and Tommy a drink.
This joke angers Tommy who is not interested in joking and wants to get straight to the point.
Tommy tells Kent that he is in no mood for jokes and that he lost 20 kilos of cocaine and a some money.
Kent tries to fool Tommy into thinking that he does not involve himself in drug activities.
Tommy is not fooled by Kent and pushes him down and asks what he knows.
Kent says that he was just about to tell Tommy about a chef
in Ocean Beach
Kent says that the chef was looking really pleased with himself lately for something and that Tommy should meet him.
Tommy says that he will check him out and tells Kent that he'll come back if he needs more information from the streets.
As Tommy walks off, an embarrassed Kent stands up and tells Tommy that he did good for leaving, before Kent could beat him up, before asking the bartender to give him a drink and asks where the woman he was flirting with went.
Tommy going back to his vehicle.
Tommy on his way to an alley behind a hotel where Kent said the chef was working.
Tommy approaching the chef in the alley.
The chef is talking to someone on his phone
Upon seeing Tommy, the chef asks him what he's staring at.
Tommy ignores the chef's question and tells him to start talking.
The chef tells Tommy that he won't talk about anything unless Tommy makes him to.
After saying so, the chef and Tommy start brawling.
Tommy knocking the chef down.
Tommy delivering the fatal blow.
After beating the chef to death, Tommy decides to pick up his phone, on the off-chance that the chef's accomplices decide to give him a call.
Tommy, after picking the phone up.
After the brawl, Tommy is catching his breath.
A black man
wearing a white suit with a purple shirt approaches Tommy and beating the chef to death will not work.
Tommy asks the man if he wants a beating too.
The man tells him to relax, as he wants the same thing as Tommy.
After Tommy asks the man what he wants, the man reveals that he is the brother of the seller
that was selling Tommy and his friends cocaine and was present at it. The man once again criticizes Tommy for killing their lead to finding the men responsible.
Tommy is uninterested in the man's attempts to befriend him and tells him that he didn't mean to kill the chef, before telling the man to leave him alone.
The man tells Tommy that there's no need to reject him now.
The man explains that they're two men in a town they don't know very well and that they should watch help each other.
Tommy tells the man that he doesn't need any help as other chefs emerge from around the corner, possibly looking for their fallen friend.
The man brings this to Tommy's attention and tells him to look behind.
The man throws Tommy a pistol
to defend himself with.
Tommy points a gun at the three chefs who emerged from around the corner, keeping them controlled, while the man tells Tommy to run further down the alley.
Tommy following the man down the alley.
After several moments of running, the man leads Tommy to a white Infernus
parked outside an entrance to an alleway and tells Tommy to get in and drive.
Tommy getting into the man's Infernus.
The man tells that Tommy will have to have guns if he wants to survive in Vice City.
The man tells Tommy that a gun store
can be found in Ocean Beach.
Tommy has to drive to the gun store with the man.
Tommy and the man approach the gun store.
After being shown around by the man, Tommy has to come back to his hotel
Tommy and the man on their way to the hotel.
Tommy parking the Infernus.
After Tommy gets out, the man tells him that he'll see what he can find out about their failed deal.
After telling Tommy that he'll be watching him and saying goodbye, the man drives off.