Much as I enjoyed LSL 5, it's really less of a game than a semi-interactive comic book, There are very long sections that involve no interaction at all; they're mostly expository and while they are funny and entertaining, they should have been accelerated considerably. The one thing I love most about the game is the fact that it doesn't take itself (or Sierra, for that matter) seriously. Its primary purpose is to give the player a few good yuks and it succeeds splendidly at it. The writers aren't afraid to use every cheap, vulgar joke they can work in and I admire them for it. (By the way, since this is very definitely an adult game and if you're worried about your kids getting into it, there's optional password protection.) Dig out your gold chains, run your polyester disco suit through the washer, and join Larry and Patti for some laughs. It's worth the effort.