- Protect a celebrity from crazed fans to earn cash and respect.
- — Crowd Control introduction
In this Activity, The Protagonist must protect a celebrity from people attacking them, and make a specified amount of money within the time limit. The Protagonist starts unarmed, and must rely on fists to waylay attackers, after the first wave, violent fans begin carrying melee weapons and then firearms. Attackers can be thrown into destructible scenery or special environment weapons to gain bonuses along the way, these vary with each location.
The earlier levels of this Activity don't produce "crazy" fans, with them just harassing (and on occasions throwing the odd punch or hitting the celebrity with a melee weapon; e.g. bat). Levels 4-6 provide more aggressive fans. Levels 5 and 6 produce fans with armed weaponry, including pistols and assault rifles.
Archibald Nice hires The Protagonist to protect some of the celebrities he maganed from crazy fans, saying that gang members make better bodyguards.
Vinnie, the loan shark in Saints Row, has gotten out of the Loan Sharking business and gone into the porn industry, after his enforcers Mike and Dan went on to be professional poker players. He asks The Protagonist, who is now leader of the revived 3rd Street Saints to protect his "talent" from their fans, "as porn fans are well, porn fans."
While fans can be killed by melee attacks, weapons, or by throwing them into normal objects, each setting contains at least one special object marked with a blue arrow which gives bonus points.
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- Cash: $100 to $5,000
- Respect: 5000 to 14000
- Achievement: Velvet Rope (15)
- Discount: Clothing (5% and 15%)
- Weapon: Pepper Spray
- Weapon: Chainsaw
- It is possible to exit out of this Activity using the Mission Exit Glitch and keep the bodyguard uniform.
- The easiest way to drink more than 4 alcoholic drinks at once is through this Activity, because only 4 Food items can be held at once, and entering a store to buy more cancels any "drunkenness". After level 6, there should be plenty of 40. ozs on the ground. Pick up 4, drink them, then pick up more. The Protagonist pukes, walks funny, and makes drunk comments about his lieutenants and other situations.
- Archibald Nice: "Archibald Nice, damn pleasure to meet ya... siddown, siddown."
The Protagonist: "What's this about?"
Archibald Nice: "What this is about is protection. Physical protection for my clients and financial protection for yourself."Archibald Nice: "The entertainment industry and gangs go hand in hand...remember when those bikers worked security at Altamont? It worked out then, and this'll work out now. I got a lotta talent that's gettin' ready to walk the red carpet, and I wanna make sure no crazy fans hurt my investment. Let's not put anyone in bodybags here, but roughin' up a couple tweens is fine by me."The Protagonist: "What do you me-"
The Protagonist - Male 2: "What do you mean?"
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- Vinnie: "Siddown, Siddown..."
Vinnie: "You look good...different, but good."
The Protagonist: "I been getting that a lot lately."
Vinnie: "We'll it's true...word is you're still runnin' with the Saints."
The Protagonist: "Actually, I'm running the Saints."
Vinnie: "Ah, Really? That's great...hey ya know, I uh, got a promotion myself."
The Protagonist: "Outta the loan sharking business?"
Vinnie: "Yeah, Mike and Dan decided to go be professional poker players, so I figured it was time to do bigger and better things..."
The Protagonist: "Like what?"
Vinnie: "I've moved into films."
The Protagonist: "No shit? Whaddya worked on?"
Vinnie: "Let's see, "Cock of Cthulu" starring D.P. Lovecrack, "Bukkake High School 31" starring Abby Hamherstein, "The Cable Man From Bangalore" starring Anoop "The Indian Hammer" Shekar..."
The Protagonist: "Classics in our own time."
Vinnie: "Ain't that the truth...anyway, I got a couple of flicks openin' up soon, and I'd like for you to run security. Porn fans are...well, porn fans: and I don't want nothin' to happen to my talent, ya know?"
The Protagonist: "I love show biz."