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Piscouli family
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Piscouli family
The Piscoulis are nowhere near to being "new" to town, and are quickly and surely working their way up to becoming "real important."
Name Piscouli family
Members Brick Piscouli,Janet Piscouli, and Louise Piscouli
Number of generations 2 generations
Family connections Delgapho family, Cantina family, Grisby family, Arnezfamily, Newbie Family.
Lot 1034 Cypress Drive
Funds §2,243
Difficulty level Difficulty3
Other Information
Game TS3 Icon The Sims 3
Playability Playable
Neighborhood Riverview
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The Piscouli family is a family residing Riverview.


It is unknown where the Piscoulis actually originate from, but it is somewhere around Italy. They've been in the State of Simazonya for a far longer time than the Delgaphos however. Members of the family are generally likable and pleasant and usually are more middle class.

The Sims 3Edit

The Piscouli family resides in the subdivison area of Riverview, next door to Lorraine Cantina. Brick is an up-and-coming charming City Councilman running for Mayor against his own neighbor, while Janet is a quiet housewife who is no fan of people she doesn't know. Their daughter Louise loves school and enjoys the company of her best friend, Alvin Delgapho.

The family is viewed as being picture-perfect, and they are indeed very happy. They have few worries or arguments, and Brick is friends with many of the town citizens.

Family TreeEdit

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  • Janet - Hebrew for gift from God.
  • Brick - English for bridge
  • Louise - Old German for Famous Warrior


  • Originally Brick and Janet were going to both be workaholic parents who cared little about their daughter.