I have the advantage of a complete draft that I am re-writing, which helps me a lot. I tend to shy away from this level of detail when I write my first draft. Too many new things always occur to me when I’m actually writing.
I don’t know what this is. I mean, I don’t know how to align the PRCO with scene order.
If you want four scenes, then I would use the first scene to set up consequences for telling or not telling. For instance, his father won’t take him to the football game if he knows the truth, and the scene is between the father and the son. That way it’s not just thoughts in his head about “worth”. (He doesn’t want his dad to see him as a liar. If he does, then there will be no football game.)
Now we run into trouble with the outline, though, because you’ve put the consequences here: his sister will kill him. That seems like it has to do with their relationship. I would think this has something more directly to do with his Universe: he has a reputation for letting people down, or something. If this were a movie, we’d have to put that into a scene we can witness. It’s hard to know what to do without knowing your story, so I’ll just say that he goes to his room to get ready for the football game and finds something—maybe a note that his teacher sent home that explains his bad attitude.
OC Memory: I would use this to cut Ben to the bone. His sister calls and they talk about something that they did together. Or, let’s say Ben stole something from her, she calls to ask if he’s seen it because she can’t remember where she put it down. Of course, we know that he could tell her, and fill the “deficiency” in her memory.
RS Senses: What does it mean for a relationship to have “senses”? Such a weird question. maybe it’s as simple as making it a video call or she’s called him into her room, and he watches her tear her room up looking for this thing.
My main thought, honestly, is that all of these seem too close together. They’re all about the OS. Maybe that’s only how you wrote it though. Maybe the sister is Mind>Great attitude! So that OC Memory is less about “he could tell her the truth now” and more about her great attitude and his guilt.
Does that help? Or is that interesting to you? Does it spark anything?