Andre isn’t too happy with Ollie. You might even say that there’s a cold war of sorts between the two.
While Andre skulks in the corner, Ollie happily chats up a girl who has shown up at his party. Ollie has been on a roll tonight, and it’s reflected in the choices he has when interacting with his lady. He’s already hit a proverbial double, and if things keep on as they have been, he may round the bases.
But Andre… well, there’s no delicate way to put this, but Andre is kind of a dick. He can’t handle seeing his friend have so much success with the opposite sex while he himself has no prospects whatsoever. So in true Sims fashion, he decides to intervene… with a violin.
See, in The Sims 4, emotions are everything. If a Sim is feeling grouchy, they will carry themselves like a grouch, complete with a slumped gait and a mopey expression. Their interactions will become grumpy, and other Sims will probably find them to be a bit of a buzzkill. When a Sim is happy though, the opposite is true. In The Sims 4, you can be in 15 different emotional states, as well as individual gradations (“kind of sad” to “outright pissed,” for example).