In The Sims Bustin' Out, or The Sims on console games, Dudley Landgraab (sometimes called Dudley Landgrabb) is the son of local bad repo-man, Malcolm Landgraab, the former step-son of Mom (who is sourly divorced with Malcolm at the start of The Sims Bustin' Out), and the brother of Mimi Landgraab. In The Sims for console he is interested in Music and Travel.
The Sims (Console) Edit
In the Sims, Dudley first shows up at the beginning of Reality Bites if the player's Sim is a male. If the Sim is a female, Mimi will show up instead. After the player completes Reality Bites, Dudley will invite them to be his roommate. Unlike many other Sim in the game, Dudley is unwilling to skill-build, change careers, clean up, cook meals using the fridge and answer the phone, much like his sister Mimi. Like Mimi, he knows all the members of the Roomies household and their relationships range from 50 to 30 relationship points. Strangely he doesn't know Mom or Malcolm as they don't appear in his relationship panel.
Dudley is on the Slacker career starting out as a Golf Caddie like Mimi, but usually gets promoted to Convenience Store Clerk after going to work the first time.
Dudley has 8 cooking skill points which is odd as he is not willing to skill build nor cook, but the most likely reason is to stop fires from happening if he uses the outdoor grill at his house. He also has no personality points much like other NPCs.
Dudley can also be found in the ending movie right in the middle of the crowd on the right.
Dudley is also in the Party Motel 2-player game mode as the 2nd player's partner in the stage.
The Sims Bustin' Out Edit
Choosing any of "Gangster", "Mad Scientist", "Jock", or "Paramilitary" career allows the player's Sim to move in with Dudley.
Dudley's trailer is kind of a dump. When they first move in, the player is expected to clean up the house, although hiring a maid is much easier. Players are able to live in his trailer until they have received 2 promotions in their career track.
Dudley has mastered the cooking skill more than likely to stop him from catching a fire when he cooks. His personality shows that he is extremely sloppy, very grouchy, however extremely outgoing, and playful. He autonomously uses social interactions such as 'Burp In Face' and 'Pull My Finger'.
The player's Sim can fall in love with Dudley, regardless of gender, but he is a non-playable character so he cannot be married. If the player's Sim proposes, a speech bubble will pop up reading: "Sorry, but I'm already spoken for, try one of the Sims on Free Street 1, 2 or 3."
Dudley lives in his own little Trailer that he indeed does cook in, but rarely cleans up. He is one of the few members of the Landgraab clan in The Sims and The Sims 2 whose name does not begin with an "M".
In the The Sims 2, he is mentioned in a chance card in the Culinary career as a rich kid with hoodlums. He may have been the inspiration for the character of Johnny Zest in The Sims 4, with whom he shares his background, and whose house is very similar to Dudley's; considering that "Johnny Zest" is the character's stage name, it is even possible that Johnny is actually the alternate timeline version of Dudley.
- The Sims (console)
- The Sims Bustin' Out (console)
- The Sims (console)
|Name||Relationship score||Relationship level|
|The Landgraab Family|
| Kermit - Kitty|
Chester - Queenie - Admiral Landgraab
Geoffrey - Nancy - Malcolm II - Marion
Malcolm - Mom - Malcolm - Hannelore - Malcolm III - Margaret
Dudley - Mimi - Malcolm IV - Adrien
Malcolm - Bambi