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Discreet Deliveries is a non-storyline mission exclusive to Scholarship Edition. It can be accessed as early as Chapter 3.
Dr. Watts has sent for Jimmy, but when Jimmy arrives in the chemistry room, Dr. Watts is apparently hallucinating and briefly mistakes Jimmy for the Devil. Apparently he was mixing chemicals and inhaled some fumes. After coming back to his senses, Dr. Watts admits that he has been selling "chemical compounds" with "...certain effects" on the side. He wants Jimmy to go get the formula from his lab assistant.
One package goes to Mr. Wiggins, who is waiting by The Golden Horseshoe in New Coventry. One goes to Krakauer, who is by the In And Out Motel. One goes to the barber owner Mr. Morrati of The Happy Mullet in Bullworth Town, who is waiting outside his barber shop. One goes Mr. Bubas from the retirement home in Old Bullworth Vale, who for some reason is behind the Oil Slick gas station in Bullworth Town. The last one goes to Mr. Burton, who is waiting outside the front door to the Gym.
His deliveries complete, Jimmy returns to Dr. Watts. It turns out that the chemical compounds, which were previously implied to be hallucinogenic drugs, were actually a hair growth tonic for treating male pattern baldness, which most of the clients suffered from.
- Excluding the cutscenes, none of the characters were given unique dialogue. Donald and the customers use random lines of "chatter" dialogue when Jimmy interacts with them during the mission.
- The mission is very similar to the plot of Breaking Bad, a TV show in which a chemistry teacher deals Crystal Meth.
- If Jimmy arrives to pick up the package on bike, Donald will steal it. Because Donald is practically invincible during the mission, it is impossible to get it back.
- The game is very fussy about aggression during this mission. The mission is failed if Jimmy harms any customers; any injury sustained by the customers, whether caused by Jimmy or not, is interpreted as Jimmy attacking them. Also, any attack towards a student may be interpreted as such as well, even an indirect one such as making them slip on a banana peel or using the Volcano 4000.