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The Mom

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For the Lone Wanderer's mother, see Catherine (Fallout 3).
Mentioned-only character
"The Mom"
Biography and appearance
RaceHuman
GenderFemale
RoleHandy mother
LocationChicago
FamilyThe Dad (husband)
Tommy (son)
Gameplay
Mentioned inLonesome Road
 
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The Mom is a woman living in Chicago.[1]

Background

Her son, Tommy, found the broken eyebot ED-E. After pleading with her husband to bring it home, Tommy exclaimed, "Maybe Mom can fix him!" After giving in to his son, Tommy mentions that ED-E could help her around the garage. This implies she has a reputation for being handy with robot repair.[2]

Appearances

The Mom is mentioned only in the Fallout: New Vegas add-on Lonesome Road.

References

  1. The Courier: "Sounds like that kid was pretty fond of you. Why did you leave?"
    ED-E: <Wistful beeping>
    The Courier: "Where did this happen?"
    ED-E: <Happy beeping>
    The Courier: "Illinois? So that's where you got that plate. The other you, I mean."
    ED-E: <Happy beeping>
    The Courier: "What's a Chicago?"
    ED-E: <Expository beeping>
    (ED-E's dialogue (Lonesome Road))
  2. Tommy: "Dad! Hey Dad! Check out this robot I found!"
    The Dad: "Careful, Tommy - I've never seen a robot like that before. It might be dangerous."
    Tommy: "He's not dangerous! Look, he's hurt! Can we take him home, Dad? Maybe Mom can fix him!"
    The Dad: "I don't know, son... what if someone comes looking for it?"
    Tommy: "Please? He looks so lonely! Maybe if Mom fixes him, he can help her out around the garage?"
    The Dad: "All right, boy. But if he breaks anything, it's coming out of your allowance!"
    Tommy: "Yay! He'll be just like RALPHIE, only this one's not a toy!"
    (The Dad's and Tommy's dialogue)