Mom: Let’s do this shit.
Me: Dang, you’re pumped today. Alright, let’s look at what missions we have available. We can check out the Normandy crash, investigate Project Overlord, help Tali, help Mordin, help Zaeed, go see what Legion the robot wants, rescue Dr. Kenson—
Mom: God I’m sick of helping all these people.
Me: Well that’s… kind of the game you signed up for.
Mom: Everyone has a problem that they want me to solve for them! Why can’t anyone do anything for themselves? I’m like Space Florence Nightingale! When are these people going to help ME?
Me: Well, the idea is that by helping them take care of their personal problems, they’ll be more focused for the mission you’ve recruited them for. You’re helping them so that they can help you more.
Mom: Yeah, I’ll bet.
Me: Anyway, we can also recruit the Assassin or the Justicar if you want.
Mom: What’s the deal with the Justicar.
Me: She’s kind of like Jack, she—
Mom: She’s like Jack?! Well let’s go get her!
Me: No, I mean, she’s got powers like Jack does.
Mom: Jack has powers?
Me: …Yes. She can throw stuff around with her mind and stuff. That’s kind of her thing.
Mom: Oh. Didn’t we already recruit the Assassin and it was really boring?
Me: No, we never did. We were going to at one point but you changed your mind.
Mom: I guess let’s do that then.