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These are the user uploaded subtitles that are being translated: 1 00:00:06,000 --> 00:00:12,074 Support us and become VIP member to remove all ads from www.OpenSubtitles.org 2 00:00:31,000 --> 00:00:33,559 Hand over the milk money, Weaver. 3 00:00:36,535 --> 00:00:38,468 I can't do that, Derek. 4 00:00:38,536 --> 00:00:40,833 I'm not sure you'll spend it on milk. 5 00:00:43,072 --> 00:00:45,005 That's me, Mitch Weaver. 6 00:00:45,073 --> 00:00:47,904 That's Sam, my lifelong best friend. 7 00:00:47,974 --> 00:00:51,875 I never had a dad growing up, so Sam's dad Pops filled in a little. 8 00:00:51,944 --> 00:00:54,934 He was a boxer, real tough guy. 9 00:00:55,012 --> 00:00:58,878 One thing to remember in life, no matter where you go or what you do.... 10 00:00:58,947 --> 00:01:01,641 don't take no crap from nobody. 11 00:01:01,714 --> 00:01:04,876 I never liked the guy, but he was right about not taking crap. 12 00:01:04,950 --> 00:01:08,042 Wow! My dad sure is great. 13 00:01:08,118 --> 00:01:12,985 Hey, do you know where he hides his guns? 14 00:01:13,054 --> 00:01:14,748 Don't worry. 15 00:01:18,024 --> 00:01:21,718 We planted the guns in the bully's desk so he'd get in trouble. 16 00:01:21,791 --> 00:01:24,191 It wasn't me! 17 00:01:24,260 --> 00:01:28,091 Let me go! They weren't mine! 18 00:01:28,161 --> 00:01:31,391 We always did stuff like that, get back at people who messed with us. 19 00:01:31,463 --> 00:01:34,988 There was this crossing guard used to grab all the kids' asses. 20 00:01:35,065 --> 00:01:37,828 Back then people weren't on the lookout for that kind of thing. 21 00:01:37,900 --> 00:01:40,867 The only way to nail a guy like that was to catch him red-handed. 22 00:01:40,935 --> 00:01:42,925 That's where Super Glue came in. 23 00:01:43,002 --> 00:01:46,959 Look, everybody! Crossing guard's grabbing 8-year-old's ass over here! 24 00:01:52,573 --> 00:01:55,871 We really got back at this ornery baby-sitter we didn't like. 25 00:01:57,843 --> 00:02:01,607 After all these years, this picture still makes me horny. 26 00:02:01,679 --> 00:02:04,841 I mean, wistful! It makes me wistful. 27 00:02:04,913 --> 00:02:08,210 When I was 16, the saddest event of my life occurred. 28 00:02:08,281 --> 00:02:09,714 My mom died. 29 00:02:09,783 --> 00:02:14,240 Everyone did their best to console me, particularly Aunt Jenny. 30 00:02:14,318 --> 00:02:17,047 It wasn't easy, because I'm not comfortable expressing my... 31 00:02:17,119 --> 00:02:19,608 What do you call them? Emotions? 32 00:02:19,687 --> 00:02:22,450 Anyways, I learned to express myself in other ways. 33 00:02:22,522 --> 00:02:25,284 I started making little notes to myself. 34 00:02:25,356 --> 00:02:27,017 Note to self. 35 00:02:27,091 --> 00:02:31,582 Remember, Aunt Jenny is your aunt. 36 00:02:31,659 --> 00:02:34,252 Then there was this character we had to deal with. 37 00:02:34,328 --> 00:02:36,592 She thought just because she was a meter maid... 38 00:02:36,663 --> 00:02:39,823 that she had the right to go around giving everybody parking tickets. 39 00:02:39,897 --> 00:02:42,229 That's where the popcorn came in handy. 40 00:02:49,769 --> 00:02:53,464 In high school, I still didn't take crap from anyone, man or beast. 41 00:02:53,538 --> 00:02:55,630 This Doberman would always chase us. 42 00:02:55,706 --> 00:02:58,229 So we borrowed my cousin's huge German shepherd... 43 00:02:58,306 --> 00:03:00,239 who also happens to be gay. 44 00:03:01,208 --> 00:03:03,504 Taught that Doberman some humility. 45 00:03:04,376 --> 00:03:06,138 Boy, those were the days. 46 00:03:06,210 --> 00:03:09,700 But then, something happened. I grew up. 47 00:03:09,778 --> 00:03:13,474 Okay, 132 Highfield Avenue in three minutes. 48 00:03:13,548 --> 00:03:15,742 I can make it. I can make it. 49 00:03:18,049 --> 00:03:19,482 Oh, no! 50 00:03:31,457 --> 00:03:34,357 Hi, there. Thirty minutes or free, right? 51 00:03:34,425 --> 00:03:37,449 And you took 32 minutes. 52 00:03:37,526 --> 00:03:40,221 So close and yet so far. 53 00:03:40,295 --> 00:03:43,386 Gimme a break. That free pizza comes out of my paycheck. 54 00:03:43,462 --> 00:03:45,760 That doesn't seem fair, does it? 55 00:03:48,965 --> 00:03:51,125 Then the guy says, "If you want the money for this pizza... 56 00:03:51,200 --> 00:03:54,293 you tell Aldo and the rest of those sweaty Italian fruits... 57 00:03:54,369 --> 00:03:56,301 to come down and get it from me themselves." 58 00:03:56,369 --> 00:04:01,531 Also, he started saying nasty things about that Mussolini character. 59 00:04:01,604 --> 00:04:05,903 The guy called. I know you didn't make it on time. 60 00:04:05,974 --> 00:04:09,169 None of the other pizza places have the 30-minute thing anymore. 61 00:04:09,242 --> 00:04:10,674 Can't we drop it? 62 00:04:10,743 --> 00:04:13,643 You think we should drop the 30-minute guarantee? 63 00:04:13,711 --> 00:04:16,837 You think Aldo's should be just like all the others? 64 00:04:18,079 --> 00:04:21,444 Mitch Weaver, you're not fit to wear this shirt. 65 00:04:49,129 --> 00:04:51,528 That's my Canadians jersey. 66 00:04:55,931 --> 00:04:58,195 You have anything in a 10-1l2 wide? 67 00:04:59,067 --> 00:05:00,931 Toni-Ann, what are you doing? 68 00:05:02,068 --> 00:05:05,093 I've had it. Uncle Aldo called. He told me he fired you. 69 00:05:05,170 --> 00:05:10,003 That's your 14th job in the past three months! I can't take it anymore! 70 00:05:10,073 --> 00:05:13,164 Honey, I understand you're upset. 71 00:05:13,240 --> 00:05:16,174 Maybe you'll feel better after we have some dirty sex. 72 00:05:16,242 --> 00:05:20,370 Forget it! I'm through wasting my life with you. 73 00:05:20,444 --> 00:05:21,876 Good-bye! 74 00:05:21,944 --> 00:05:25,003 - What about the rest of my stuff? - Your stuff? 75 00:05:25,080 --> 00:05:27,013 There is no "your stuff." 76 00:05:27,081 --> 00:05:29,640 I have paid for everything in this apartment. 77 00:05:31,183 --> 00:05:33,116 Wait a minute. That's not true. 78 00:05:33,184 --> 00:05:35,276 I paid for the popcorn machine. 79 00:05:48,558 --> 00:05:50,321 What's up, fruity? 80 00:05:50,393 --> 00:05:51,824 Hey, ass-bite. 81 00:05:52,860 --> 00:05:56,521 By the looks of this popcorn machine, I guess she tossed you out for good, huh? 82 00:05:56,595 --> 00:05:58,186 Yep. 83 00:05:58,263 --> 00:06:00,457 Passed your car back there. 84 00:06:00,531 --> 00:06:03,556 - It's a nasty flat, but I can fix it. - Thanks, Sam. 85 00:06:03,633 --> 00:06:07,328 I was wondering. Could I crash with you and your dad for a while? 86 00:06:08,201 --> 00:06:12,465 No. I'm gonna turn away my best friend so he's gotta sleep in his car. Come on. 87 00:06:15,305 --> 00:06:17,238 Hey, that's my shirt. 88 00:06:17,305 --> 00:06:19,636 You're wearing my shirt. 89 00:06:24,776 --> 00:06:26,208 Here you go. 90 00:06:26,277 --> 00:06:28,108 No, that's all right. 91 00:06:28,179 --> 00:06:30,839 I was talking to somebody else that's different than you. 92 00:06:37,449 --> 00:06:40,144 Two, three, up. 93 00:06:40,217 --> 00:06:42,082 Press those knees straight. 94 00:06:42,152 --> 00:06:44,482 And again. Take it down. 95 00:06:44,553 --> 00:06:46,611 Two, three... 96 00:06:46,687 --> 00:06:48,177 and lift it up. 97 00:06:53,257 --> 00:06:55,986 - Pops, how you doin'? - Pretty good, son. 98 00:06:56,059 --> 00:06:59,356 But it'd be goin' a lot better if you brought me a whore. 99 00:06:59,427 --> 00:07:01,053 I thought you couldn't... 100 00:07:01,128 --> 00:07:03,720 I can't but... 101 00:07:03,795 --> 00:07:06,763 I subscribe to this magazine to give me a few ideas. 102 00:07:06,831 --> 00:07:10,230 There's an article about home stereo equipment, too. That's for you. 103 00:07:10,299 --> 00:07:11,890 That's great. 104 00:07:11,966 --> 00:07:14,991 - I'll be right back, all right? - Yeah. 105 00:07:20,238 --> 00:07:21,670 Do me a favor. 106 00:07:21,738 --> 00:07:24,705 Could you stay with him for a while? 107 00:07:24,773 --> 00:07:26,330 What's the matter? 108 00:07:26,407 --> 00:07:29,704 You know how I feel about your father. I'm uncomfortable around him. 109 00:07:29,775 --> 00:07:32,402 He's kind of... I don't know. 110 00:07:32,477 --> 00:07:34,468 Creepy, you know? 111 00:07:34,545 --> 00:07:36,807 He creeps the hell out of me, to tell you the truth. 112 00:07:36,879 --> 00:07:38,607 He likes you. 113 00:07:38,680 --> 00:07:42,273 I gotta call somebody to borrow a jack. 114 00:07:42,348 --> 00:07:44,281 Stay with him for a while. 115 00:07:44,349 --> 00:07:45,782 All right. 116 00:07:49,451 --> 00:07:51,385 Feelin' okay, Mr. McKenna? 117 00:07:51,453 --> 00:07:53,886 Don't worry about me. 118 00:07:53,955 --> 00:07:57,582 I just want to thank you for spending a little time with me. 119 00:07:57,656 --> 00:08:00,317 - Well, no problem. - Yeah, yeah. 120 00:08:00,391 --> 00:08:03,789 - I also want to say I'm sorry. - Sorry for what? 121 00:08:03,859 --> 00:08:07,588 For being a creepy old man. 122 00:08:07,660 --> 00:08:09,957 I apologize, you rotten bastard! 123 00:08:10,028 --> 00:08:13,962 - You say those things about me? - Pops! Pops! Let go! 124 00:08:14,030 --> 00:08:17,965 Get out of here, Sam! I'll kill this bastard! 125 00:08:18,033 --> 00:08:21,193 I can still hear, no matter how creepy I look. 126 00:08:21,267 --> 00:08:24,861 - It's Mitch! Let go. - All right, take him. 127 00:08:24,936 --> 00:08:27,562 Everything's falling apart. 128 00:08:27,637 --> 00:08:29,696 Remember how things were when we were young? 129 00:08:29,771 --> 00:08:31,864 Yeah, it was great. 130 00:08:31,940 --> 00:08:33,371 Yeah, it was. 131 00:08:33,440 --> 00:08:35,930 I felt good about myself back then. 132 00:08:36,008 --> 00:08:39,806 If somebody messed with me, no problem. I didn't take crap from anybody. 133 00:08:39,877 --> 00:08:44,006 Now I'm in my 30s, I can't hold a job. I go out with women I don't even like. 134 00:08:44,080 --> 00:08:47,444 Worst of all, I take crap from absolutely everybody. 135 00:08:48,448 --> 00:08:50,142 Things could be worse. 136 00:08:50,215 --> 00:08:53,705 I could've got my nose bit off by a Saigon whore. 137 00:08:59,486 --> 00:09:02,420 You bastard! 138 00:09:04,090 --> 00:09:07,216 I'm just messin' with you, Jimmy. I saw you down there. 139 00:09:07,291 --> 00:09:09,656 Get Jimmy a beer on me. 140 00:09:09,726 --> 00:09:11,920 Okay. It's okay. 141 00:09:13,860 --> 00:09:15,293 Wow, look at her. 142 00:09:15,362 --> 00:09:17,591 Yeah. She's all yours, buddy. Go get her. 143 00:09:27,034 --> 00:09:30,593 Hi. How ya doin'? I'm Sam McKenna. 144 00:09:35,205 --> 00:09:37,331 I live with my dad. 145 00:09:37,406 --> 00:09:41,238 It appears Travis Cole has bailed out the city once again... 146 00:09:41,308 --> 00:09:45,332 coming up with the necessary funding to save the Chelsea Opera House. 147 00:09:45,409 --> 00:09:48,536 How could a man in my position not step in and do his civic duty? 148 00:09:48,611 --> 00:09:50,805 That opera house is part of this city's heritage. 149 00:09:50,878 --> 00:09:53,403 Heck, yes, I'm gonna keep it up and running. 150 00:09:53,481 --> 00:09:56,812 I love this city, and as we all know... 151 00:09:56,882 --> 00:09:59,349 I love opera. 152 00:09:59,416 --> 00:10:00,849 Right, Spunky? 153 00:10:00,918 --> 00:10:04,750 A guy like Travis Cole has a great life. 154 00:10:04,819 --> 00:10:06,979 Why? Just because he's rich? 155 00:10:07,054 --> 00:10:10,283 No. Because he doesn't take crap from anybody. 156 00:10:10,355 --> 00:10:12,686 There are two kinds of people in this world: Those who get stomped on... 157 00:10:12,757 --> 00:10:15,486 and those who do the stomping. 158 00:10:15,559 --> 00:10:17,582 Where'd you come up with that theory? 159 00:10:17,659 --> 00:10:20,627 That famous guy said it. What's his name? 160 00:10:20,694 --> 00:10:22,854 Oh, yeah. Jesus. 161 00:10:22,929 --> 00:10:24,589 Hi. I'm Mitch. 162 00:10:25,596 --> 00:10:27,427 Hello, Mitch. 163 00:10:27,498 --> 00:10:30,693 Maybe later you'll drop by the house. 164 00:10:30,766 --> 00:10:33,029 You know, check out the hot tub. 165 00:10:33,100 --> 00:10:36,534 - Hey, pal, beat it! - Why don't you beat it? 166 00:10:36,602 --> 00:10:40,400 The lady obviously isn't interested in you, jerk-off! So get lost! 167 00:10:40,470 --> 00:10:43,198 Maybe we should let the lady decide. 168 00:10:43,271 --> 00:10:45,535 - I think you should fight it out. - Good idea. 169 00:10:45,607 --> 00:10:47,369 - Great idea! - Brilliant idea! 170 00:10:47,441 --> 00:10:50,966 - I love the idea. - Terry, Jack, Mike, Rick. 171 00:10:51,043 --> 00:10:54,909 Oh, no. My dumb friend needs me. I gotta go. 172 00:11:00,247 --> 00:11:03,214 Well, Mitch, looks like we've got ourselves a fight. 173 00:11:03,281 --> 00:11:06,477 Great. It's fightin' time. Can I be on their side? 174 00:11:08,551 --> 00:11:11,348 Looks like there's gonna be a brawl. You playin' something good? 175 00:11:11,420 --> 00:11:15,376 Hell, yeah! Rolling Stones' "Street Fighting Man." 176 00:11:15,454 --> 00:11:17,978 G-7! 177 00:11:19,324 --> 00:11:21,586 You just hit G-8. 178 00:11:25,393 --> 00:11:27,121 Bring it on! 179 00:11:29,561 --> 00:11:31,552 How come you get a pool cue? 180 00:11:34,397 --> 00:11:36,626 Come on. You fell right into my trap. 181 00:11:36,699 --> 00:11:39,826 Sammy, bite 'em! Bite 'em in the nose! 182 00:11:46,238 --> 00:11:49,636 Note to self. Learn to fight. 183 00:11:56,175 --> 00:11:59,200 I wanna go over there and rip their heads off, every one of them. 184 00:11:59,277 --> 00:12:04,644 That would probably work, since they're so tired from beating us mercilessly. 185 00:12:04,713 --> 00:12:08,112 But since we rented the cop uniforms, let's try it my way, all right? 186 00:12:10,249 --> 00:12:13,216 - Hey, dude, what's up? - Neil, is that you? 187 00:12:13,283 --> 00:12:16,649 Yeah, it's me, Neil. 188 00:12:16,719 --> 00:12:22,279 It's Jason. We just got back from beating these guys. Messed 'em up good! 189 00:12:22,355 --> 00:12:26,312 The whole time, this guy's lying there, crying like a little girl. 190 00:12:26,390 --> 00:12:29,415 - Wait, I'll get Terry. - Don't get Terry. I mean... 191 00:12:29,492 --> 00:12:31,891 The reason I'm calling is this. 192 00:12:31,960 --> 00:12:35,688 There's these guys going around to frat houses pretending to be cops. 193 00:12:35,761 --> 00:12:38,820 But they're not real cops. They're fake cops. 194 00:12:38,896 --> 00:12:41,295 They just robbed a bunch of stuff from the Delta Psi house. 195 00:12:41,365 --> 00:12:43,298 So don't be fooled, okay? 196 00:12:43,366 --> 00:12:45,299 Sure thing. Thanks for calling. 197 00:12:45,367 --> 00:12:47,458 Okay, no problem, dude. 198 00:12:47,533 --> 00:12:51,229 Now you go back to doing something latently homoerotic, all right? 199 00:12:58,506 --> 00:13:02,634 Hello, real cops? Yes, I'd like to register a complaint. 200 00:13:02,708 --> 00:13:05,539 We got a complaint about the noise. 201 00:13:05,609 --> 00:13:07,735 Whatever you say, Officer. 202 00:13:08,711 --> 00:13:10,303 Officer down! We need backup! 203 00:13:20,250 --> 00:13:22,843 - Okay, we'll take care of these two. - You got it. 204 00:13:23,986 --> 00:13:26,384 Hey, frat sisters, remember us? 205 00:13:28,321 --> 00:13:30,414 I'll take this one. 206 00:13:38,192 --> 00:13:40,989 - I'll take the next one. - All right, man. 207 00:13:48,731 --> 00:13:51,892 That felt great, man, getting back at those guys tonight. 208 00:13:51,966 --> 00:13:54,559 I've got to admit, that was brilliant, what you did. 209 00:13:54,634 --> 00:13:56,568 You are the king of revenge. 210 00:13:56,635 --> 00:13:59,966 Pipe down! I'm trying to watch these broads work out. 211 00:14:00,037 --> 00:14:02,369 - You want another beer? - Yeah. 212 00:14:04,973 --> 00:14:06,940 Mitch, you wanna come over here? 213 00:14:07,007 --> 00:14:08,997 I'm not falling for that one again. 214 00:14:10,542 --> 00:14:14,340 - I think I'm having a heart attack. - Not gonna work. 215 00:14:17,812 --> 00:14:21,838 Pops! You all right? 216 00:14:31,752 --> 00:14:34,084 I'm gonna let him sleep. 217 00:14:34,155 --> 00:14:37,315 Could you stay with him while I find the doctor? 218 00:14:37,388 --> 00:14:39,322 - Yeah, sure. - Thanks. 219 00:14:45,826 --> 00:14:47,623 I'm glad you came. 220 00:14:47,695 --> 00:14:50,924 Hey, Mr. McKenna. I'll go get Sam. 221 00:14:50,996 --> 00:14:54,396 No, hold on. There's something I want to tell you. 222 00:14:54,464 --> 00:14:56,556 Oh. I'm gonna find Sam. 223 00:14:56,632 --> 00:14:59,191 Mitch, sit your ass down! 224 00:15:02,802 --> 00:15:06,099 It's embarrassing being physically afraid of a hundred-year-old man... 225 00:15:06,170 --> 00:15:08,103 who just had a coronary... 226 00:15:08,171 --> 00:15:10,104 so could we hurry this up? 227 00:15:10,172 --> 00:15:12,435 I'm not doin' too well. 228 00:15:12,506 --> 00:15:15,769 So knowing that, I think I better tell you this now. 229 00:15:16,642 --> 00:15:19,610 - Tell me what? - I'm your father. 230 00:15:25,246 --> 00:15:28,805 You must be delirious, because you're not my father. 231 00:15:28,881 --> 00:15:31,974 I don't know who my father is, but it's not you. 232 00:15:32,050 --> 00:15:33,710 Here, Mitch. 233 00:15:37,720 --> 00:15:39,744 Look at the picture in this locket. 234 00:15:43,122 --> 00:15:44,611 Holy Lord! 235 00:15:44,689 --> 00:15:48,919 That's a picture of you and my mom having sex! 236 00:15:48,991 --> 00:15:52,084 God! Why would you show me that? 237 00:15:52,160 --> 00:15:54,626 I'm sorry, son. 238 00:15:54,694 --> 00:15:57,287 I figured you'd never believe me unless I showed you that picture. 239 00:15:58,296 --> 00:16:02,594 I loved your mother as a friend, but it wasn't true love. We both knew that. 240 00:16:02,665 --> 00:16:08,032 Besides, back then they didn't have these fancy birth control methods. 241 00:16:08,101 --> 00:16:09,795 Like pullin' out. 242 00:16:09,868 --> 00:16:12,063 Oh, God! 243 00:16:12,137 --> 00:16:15,036 Stop sayin' dirty stuff for a second, would you? 244 00:16:17,139 --> 00:16:19,469 Does Sam know about this? 245 00:16:19,539 --> 00:16:22,098 No. And I don't want you to tell him. 246 00:16:22,174 --> 00:16:23,607 Why not? 247 00:16:25,043 --> 00:16:28,238 I don't want him to feel he's been lied to his entire life. 248 00:16:28,311 --> 00:16:30,744 Down deep he's very sensitive. 249 00:16:30,812 --> 00:16:32,745 Promise me you won't tell him. 250 00:16:32,812 --> 00:16:35,110 I can't promise you. 251 00:16:35,181 --> 00:16:37,114 Sam's got a right to know. 252 00:16:37,182 --> 00:16:39,171 I'm gonna tell him. 253 00:16:39,249 --> 00:16:41,512 Hello. I'm Dr. Farthing. 254 00:16:41,584 --> 00:16:43,643 Are you Mr. McKenna's son? 255 00:16:47,587 --> 00:16:49,521 I gotta talk to Sam. 256 00:16:49,589 --> 00:16:53,579 Mitch, don't tell him! Don't you tell him! 257 00:16:53,656 --> 00:16:56,647 Now, let me ask you. 258 00:16:56,725 --> 00:16:59,123 Are you a betting man? 259 00:16:59,192 --> 00:17:01,353 I don't know. Sure. 260 00:17:01,428 --> 00:17:04,758 If someone were taking bets on your father's bout with death... 261 00:17:04,828 --> 00:17:07,955 I'd bet everything I own on death. 262 00:17:08,765 --> 00:17:11,596 It's a good bet. The odds are he'll probably die. 263 00:17:13,400 --> 00:17:15,527 Couldn't you have prepared him for that? 264 00:17:15,602 --> 00:17:17,534 Oh, well... 265 00:17:17,602 --> 00:17:20,593 kind of thought I did with that betting analogy. 266 00:17:20,670 --> 00:17:22,762 What is wrong with my dad? 267 00:17:22,838 --> 00:17:24,805 Oh, your dad? 268 00:17:24,873 --> 00:17:28,898 In a nut shell, your dad needs a heart transplant. 269 00:17:28,975 --> 00:17:33,433 Because of his age, he's low priority on the donor's list. 270 00:17:33,511 --> 00:17:37,103 Was your father a famous athlete or rock star? 271 00:17:37,178 --> 00:17:41,443 No. He was a boxer, but he wasn't famous. 272 00:17:42,815 --> 00:17:44,975 Sorry, no heart there. 273 00:17:45,049 --> 00:17:48,073 But, for $600... 274 00:17:48,151 --> 00:17:51,050 I could sell you a fully-adjustable hospital bed. 275 00:17:51,118 --> 00:17:54,382 Are you crazy? I don't need a bed. 276 00:17:55,989 --> 00:17:59,184 Playing hardball, are you? Okay, $550. 277 00:17:59,257 --> 00:18:01,417 I don't have to sit here and listen to this! 278 00:18:01,491 --> 00:18:02,786 No, wait. 279 00:18:02,857 --> 00:18:05,155 I can't believe this is happening. 280 00:18:05,226 --> 00:18:08,217 Wait. Where're you goin'? Your friend's leaving... 281 00:18:08,294 --> 00:18:11,057 Come back here. I can help him. 282 00:18:12,296 --> 00:18:14,627 Please, come back, sit down. 283 00:18:16,632 --> 00:18:20,225 I'm sorry. I'm a compulsive gambler. 284 00:18:21,301 --> 00:18:25,826 Now, I know there's nobody to blame for this but myself. 285 00:18:25,903 --> 00:18:29,564 I don't know. Maybe the Buffalo Bills, or the Boston Red Sox or Mr. "T"... 286 00:18:29,638 --> 00:18:31,071 or the Jets. 287 00:18:31,139 --> 00:18:34,834 Mr. "T"? Are you telling me that you bet on the fight... 288 00:18:34,908 --> 00:18:37,340 in Rocky III, and you bet against Rocky? 289 00:18:37,408 --> 00:18:40,501 Hindsight is 20l20, my friend. 290 00:18:40,577 --> 00:18:42,703 The point is, I'm in trouble. 291 00:18:44,145 --> 00:18:47,705 Deep trouble. Which could be good for Mr. McKenna's father. 292 00:18:47,781 --> 00:18:52,147 There is a way I can get his name bumped to the top of the list to get his heart. 293 00:18:52,216 --> 00:18:54,241 How? 294 00:18:58,019 --> 00:19:00,317 If you pay me $50,000. 295 00:19:00,387 --> 00:19:02,854 - Did you say $50,000? - No. 296 00:19:02,922 --> 00:19:06,378 I whispered $50,000. I need it in two weeks. 297 00:19:06,457 --> 00:19:11,051 This is awful, but I've given these bookies practically everything I have. 298 00:19:14,527 --> 00:19:18,655 When I was young, my mom used to tell me that the lights we see in the sky... 299 00:19:18,729 --> 00:19:21,662 are from stars that burned out millions of years ago. 300 00:19:21,730 --> 00:19:23,856 It's like life. 301 00:19:23,932 --> 00:19:28,299 Something can be one way you think all your life... 302 00:19:28,367 --> 00:19:31,096 and in reality it's completely different. 303 00:19:32,037 --> 00:19:33,366 Yeah. 304 00:19:33,436 --> 00:19:36,336 I'm gonna kill you, asshole! 305 00:19:36,405 --> 00:19:39,430 Sam, are you pissing off the side of the building? 306 00:19:39,507 --> 00:19:40,938 Sort of. 307 00:19:41,807 --> 00:19:47,572 You know, I'm going crazy here over Pops. He's gonna die! 308 00:19:47,643 --> 00:19:50,372 He's not gonna die. You're gonna get the money and get him a heart. 309 00:19:50,445 --> 00:19:53,378 $50,000 in two weeks? Come on! 310 00:19:53,446 --> 00:19:56,846 My sister Carol said she'd send two grand. Where will I get the rest? 311 00:19:56,915 --> 00:20:00,610 - Are you gonna not try? - Of course I'm gonna try! 312 00:20:02,184 --> 00:20:05,516 What if I got a job? 313 00:20:05,587 --> 00:20:07,712 Maybe I could pay this guy off in installments. 314 00:20:07,787 --> 00:20:11,017 Yes. Now you're talkin'. I'll help you every step of the way. 315 00:20:12,389 --> 00:20:14,083 Thanks, buddy. 316 00:20:16,925 --> 00:20:18,358 You little bastards! 317 00:20:18,427 --> 00:20:20,359 That was a hell of a piss. 318 00:20:21,827 --> 00:20:23,761 Look at the "help wanted" section. 319 00:20:23,829 --> 00:20:27,353 I'm looking at the "buy and sell" ads. Maybe we can sell something. 320 00:20:27,430 --> 00:20:30,262 - Just look for a job. - All right, all right! 321 00:20:30,332 --> 00:20:31,855 Movie line comin' up. 322 00:20:39,536 --> 00:20:42,561 How's that lookin', baby? 323 00:20:55,245 --> 00:20:57,405 He was supposed to keep drivin'. 324 00:21:00,113 --> 00:21:03,445 To start with, the bottom stair is a roundover. 325 00:21:03,516 --> 00:21:06,176 It does a 180 into the newel post. 326 00:21:06,250 --> 00:21:10,843 The bannister has a 90 degree easement and dies into the newel post. 327 00:21:10,918 --> 00:21:13,579 Ninety degrees. 328 00:21:13,653 --> 00:21:16,314 - That's gonna be a problem. - What's the problem? 329 00:21:16,388 --> 00:21:20,550 We lied on our resumes. We know nothing about construction. 330 00:21:20,624 --> 00:21:22,318 When is lunch? 331 00:21:22,391 --> 00:21:23,823 You're fired. 332 00:21:24,992 --> 00:21:27,926 Ass-bite, you sure this is a good idea? 333 00:21:27,994 --> 00:21:30,961 Hell, yeah. It's 50 bucks for eatin' brownies. 334 00:21:31,028 --> 00:21:34,053 They are safe, but there is a chance of some side effects... 335 00:21:34,130 --> 00:21:39,122 including mild itching, nausea, chills, hallucinations and rashes. 336 00:21:39,200 --> 00:21:41,759 These are good? Aren't they good? 337 00:21:48,137 --> 00:21:50,604 I think I feel a slight itch. 338 00:21:51,872 --> 00:21:53,499 No, maybe not. 339 00:21:54,374 --> 00:21:56,534 Could be my imagination. 340 00:22:09,347 --> 00:22:13,715 We eat the pig and then together we burn. 341 00:22:15,751 --> 00:22:19,584 - What you talkin' about, Satan? - Come with me. 342 00:22:19,654 --> 00:22:23,747 You belong with me. 343 00:22:23,821 --> 00:22:25,754 Burn! 344 00:22:32,860 --> 00:22:37,521 The hell with that job. Who wants to be itchy anyway? 345 00:22:38,595 --> 00:22:41,994 All right. Everybody line up. 346 00:22:42,063 --> 00:22:44,826 Don't be dummies. Just get in line. 347 00:22:44,898 --> 00:22:46,330 That's fine. 348 00:22:46,399 --> 00:22:50,925 Gentlemen, members of the national office are coming here tonight... 349 00:22:51,001 --> 00:22:54,025 for their annual inspection of this theater. 350 00:22:54,102 --> 00:22:57,627 Right now, I'm going to explain to you my managing style... 351 00:22:57,704 --> 00:23:00,967 for the benefit of the new guys. 352 00:23:03,174 --> 00:23:05,801 So there you are, tubby. 353 00:23:05,876 --> 00:23:08,138 You look like a bucket of lard on a bad day. 354 00:23:08,209 --> 00:23:09,766 You baby gorilla. 355 00:23:09,843 --> 00:23:12,003 Why don't you work the zoo and stop bothering people? 356 00:23:12,078 --> 00:23:14,773 Got a call yesterday from Baskin Robbins. 357 00:23:14,846 --> 00:23:19,144 They said that they're down to only five flavors. 358 00:23:19,215 --> 00:23:21,443 You're swelling up as I talk to you. 359 00:23:21,516 --> 00:23:23,608 Look at you. How's this? How's it doin'? 360 00:23:25,886 --> 00:23:28,546 Hello, ice cream. Having a good time running around? 361 00:23:31,188 --> 00:23:35,122 Are you laughing 'cause I called your friend a fat pig? Think that's funny? 362 00:23:35,189 --> 00:23:38,282 I was laughing earlier when you were talking to his belly. 363 00:23:38,358 --> 00:23:42,019 Why don't you get a horse and live in the mountains? Don't bother anybody. 364 00:23:42,093 --> 00:23:44,185 You've got a personality like a dead moth. 365 00:23:44,261 --> 00:23:47,319 Okay, the fun's over. 366 00:23:47,395 --> 00:23:50,295 Anybody messes this thing up for me tonight is through. 367 00:23:50,364 --> 00:23:53,854 Not only are you fired, your life is over. 368 00:23:53,932 --> 00:23:58,492 I'll see to it you never work again, and wind up tearing tickets off in Kuwait. 369 00:24:00,302 --> 00:24:01,734 Everybody's sucking sand. 370 00:24:01,803 --> 00:24:03,964 Nobody messes up, understand me? 371 00:24:04,038 --> 00:24:06,732 Don't mess up! 372 00:24:10,674 --> 00:24:12,641 That guy's gonna be our boss? 373 00:24:12,709 --> 00:24:16,438 After a speech like that, how does he expect us not to screw him over? 374 00:24:16,510 --> 00:24:19,568 Every one of us said the same thing our first day working for Hamilton... 375 00:24:19,645 --> 00:24:21,578 only nobody does anything. 376 00:24:21,646 --> 00:24:25,011 Trust me, this isn't just talk. Nobody screws me over like that. 377 00:24:25,081 --> 00:24:27,844 - Me, neither. - I can't help you. I need this job. 378 00:24:27,916 --> 00:24:30,907 But if you really screw over Hamilton, I'll give you ten bucks. 379 00:24:30,985 --> 00:24:33,713 Mark me down for $20. 380 00:24:33,785 --> 00:24:36,116 Mr. Witherspoon. 381 00:24:36,187 --> 00:24:38,586 Class operation, Hamilton. Good job. 382 00:24:38,655 --> 00:24:42,089 Thank you. Let me get you some refreshments. 383 00:24:43,725 --> 00:24:45,315 Okay, we're all set. 384 00:24:45,391 --> 00:24:48,188 One, two, three. Look away! 385 00:24:56,831 --> 00:24:58,354 Look, an alien. 386 00:24:58,431 --> 00:25:01,490 Yeah, we better have sex with each other. 387 00:25:07,336 --> 00:25:10,928 Note to self. Sam just looked at the screen. 388 00:25:11,004 --> 00:25:13,631 No, I didn't. I was just making sure the reel had... 389 00:25:14,740 --> 00:25:19,436 - This alien looks like a hot guy. - Right. We better have sex with him. 390 00:25:19,508 --> 00:25:23,203 Gimme that. It took long enough, you dummy. 391 00:25:34,049 --> 00:25:36,516 Hamilton, you're through. 392 00:25:38,318 --> 00:25:42,218 That was amazing. You should do that stuff for a living. 393 00:25:45,421 --> 00:25:46,854 Sam, tonight... 394 00:25:46,922 --> 00:25:49,912 we made a wad of cash for doing something that comes natural to us. 395 00:25:49,990 --> 00:25:51,684 Revenge. 396 00:25:51,758 --> 00:25:54,351 We should open a "revenge for hire" business. 397 00:25:54,426 --> 00:25:57,120 I've never heard of a "revenge for hire" business. 398 00:25:57,193 --> 00:25:59,127 Exactly. We'd be the first. 399 00:25:59,195 --> 00:26:02,185 With every genius business idea, there's got to be a first. 400 00:26:02,263 --> 00:26:05,753 Like the guy who first thought of delivering pizza to people's houses. 401 00:26:05,831 --> 00:26:07,765 Or the guy who invented crack. 402 00:26:09,333 --> 00:26:11,857 Who's gonna hire us? 403 00:26:11,934 --> 00:26:14,527 I have a feeling people are going to pay us a lot of money... 404 00:26:14,602 --> 00:26:16,536 to do their dirty work. 405 00:26:19,606 --> 00:26:22,664 Okay, let's get a few things straight here. 406 00:26:22,740 --> 00:26:27,232 As long as the rent's on time, you don't wreck the place, we're okay. 407 00:26:27,309 --> 00:26:28,899 If not... 408 00:26:29,910 --> 00:26:31,900 I punch you in the stomach. 409 00:26:31,978 --> 00:26:36,003 If that ever comes up, that Sam's department. 410 00:26:36,080 --> 00:26:38,377 Yeah, that's my department. 411 00:26:41,015 --> 00:26:43,278 Good. 412 00:26:43,350 --> 00:26:44,942 Good luck to you. 413 00:26:45,018 --> 00:26:46,450 Thanks. 414 00:26:50,020 --> 00:26:51,453 Mildred! 415 00:26:53,388 --> 00:26:54,854 Wait up. 416 00:26:54,922 --> 00:26:57,288 - Oh, hi, Rich. - Hi, Mildred. 417 00:26:57,358 --> 00:27:00,791 I guess you forgot my name. It's not Mildred, it's Kathy. 418 00:27:00,858 --> 00:27:03,383 No, I didn't forget. You never told me, so I just guessed. 419 00:27:03,460 --> 00:27:07,019 Oh. That's a novel approach. 420 00:27:07,095 --> 00:27:10,655 So, how'd the fight with those fraternity guys turn out? 421 00:27:10,731 --> 00:27:12,322 We kicked their ass! 422 00:27:12,398 --> 00:27:15,593 I was punching one guy and kicking this other guy. 423 00:27:15,666 --> 00:27:18,031 I threw one dude right through a plate glass window. 424 00:27:18,101 --> 00:27:21,364 - Really? - Sort of, except the exact opposite. 425 00:27:21,436 --> 00:27:24,768 Don't you think it's silly for grown men to fight? 426 00:27:24,838 --> 00:27:28,203 Did you see the movie Kickboxer? They're all grown men. 427 00:27:30,007 --> 00:27:31,941 Are we going to your apartment now? 428 00:27:33,241 --> 00:27:36,471 I'm going back to work. 429 00:27:36,544 --> 00:27:39,136 - Where do you work? - Right there. 430 00:27:40,345 --> 00:27:43,711 Phillips Motors! Are you a dirty car salesman? 431 00:27:43,781 --> 00:27:47,475 - No. I'm a dirty accountant. - Hey, Kathy! 432 00:27:47,549 --> 00:27:52,745 Break's over, sweetheart. Get your ass in here! Now! 433 00:27:52,818 --> 00:27:55,911 - Who's that dude? - Anton Phillips, the owner. 434 00:27:55,986 --> 00:28:00,216 - Does he always talk to you like that? - Well, yeah. 435 00:28:00,289 --> 00:28:03,815 But he's doing a live TV commercial tomorrow, so he's worse than usual. 436 00:28:05,157 --> 00:28:08,523 Anyway, it was nice seeing you again, Mitch. 437 00:28:11,060 --> 00:28:13,493 Live TV commercial? 438 00:28:14,496 --> 00:28:17,430 Okay, settle down, prostitutes. 439 00:28:17,498 --> 00:28:22,296 Understand that you each get $20, and this requires no sex. 440 00:28:22,366 --> 00:28:24,855 No sex at all... 441 00:28:24,934 --> 00:28:27,129 regardless of what this character tells you. 442 00:28:27,203 --> 00:28:30,295 - What's the matter with you? - What's the matter? 443 00:28:30,370 --> 00:28:34,202 We spend most of the money my sister sent for Pops on this office. 444 00:28:34,272 --> 00:28:37,296 And now we're wasting the rest of it so you can impress some girl? 445 00:28:37,373 --> 00:28:40,398 No. This isn't for her. 446 00:28:40,476 --> 00:28:44,103 This is so we can get a free commercial for Dirty Work on live television. 447 00:28:47,712 --> 00:28:52,010 And in five, four, three, two. 448 00:28:52,081 --> 00:28:54,844 Hello, everyone. I'm Anton Phillips... 449 00:28:54,916 --> 00:28:57,109 President of Phillips Motors. 450 00:28:57,183 --> 00:29:00,151 We'll return in a moment to the Channel 11 Movie Matinee... 451 00:29:00,219 --> 00:29:05,882 but I'm here with you live to show you some great luxury automobiles. 452 00:29:05,955 --> 00:29:09,287 Like this one-year-old Cadillac Deville... 453 00:29:09,356 --> 00:29:11,550 priced right at $36,000. 454 00:29:11,624 --> 00:29:14,387 Fully loaded: V-8 engine, standard. 455 00:29:14,459 --> 00:29:17,790 Shock-resistant CD player, standard. 456 00:29:17,861 --> 00:29:19,987 - The trunk looks kinda small. - This is live! 457 00:29:20,062 --> 00:29:23,655 I'm on live T... Trunk's fine. 458 00:29:23,730 --> 00:29:27,096 As you can see, friends, it's not small. 459 00:29:27,166 --> 00:29:29,564 It's a big trunk. I'll show you right here. 460 00:29:29,633 --> 00:29:31,725 You got a dead hooker in the trunk! 461 00:29:31,801 --> 00:29:33,666 No! It can't be. 462 00:29:33,736 --> 00:29:36,635 - It was. It was a dead hooker. - It wasn't a dead hooker! 463 00:29:36,704 --> 00:29:39,967 - I know a dead hooker when I see one. - What's happening? 464 00:29:40,038 --> 00:29:43,494 - Come on down. - Here's another dead hooker! 465 00:29:43,573 --> 00:29:45,040 What? 466 00:29:45,775 --> 00:29:47,367 Oh, my goodness! 467 00:29:47,443 --> 00:29:52,070 I've never seen so many dead hookers in all my life. 468 00:29:52,145 --> 00:29:54,339 Lord knows I have. 469 00:29:54,412 --> 00:29:58,471 - I can remember a time... - Look, there's Mitch on TV. 470 00:29:58,548 --> 00:30:01,242 Yeah, there's Mitch. 471 00:30:01,315 --> 00:30:05,410 And there's the Saigon whore... 472 00:30:05,485 --> 00:30:08,350 that bit my nose off! 473 00:30:10,320 --> 00:30:13,220 These are nice cars. These are luxury automobiles. 474 00:30:13,289 --> 00:30:16,984 I've got a whole place. They're fully loaded. 475 00:30:17,057 --> 00:30:19,388 They're loaded with dead hookers. 476 00:30:19,459 --> 00:30:22,688 You're seein' things. Don't shoot this. 477 00:30:22,760 --> 00:30:25,819 - This is not part of the commercial. - Some jerk making your life miserable? 478 00:30:25,895 --> 00:30:29,920 You want revenge? Call 555-0187 and let us do your dirty work. 479 00:30:29,997 --> 00:30:31,555 And we're clear. 480 00:30:33,332 --> 00:30:35,093 Wake up, slut! 481 00:30:35,166 --> 00:30:36,895 Well, well, well. 482 00:30:36,967 --> 00:30:40,128 We meet again. Nose biter! 483 00:30:40,202 --> 00:30:42,829 Time to pay the fiddler, whore! 484 00:30:44,971 --> 00:30:48,097 That was great. Let's get out of here. 485 00:30:49,173 --> 00:30:52,266 Nurse, record vital signs, please. 486 00:30:52,341 --> 00:30:55,740 If that stethoscope is as freezing cold as it was yesterday... 487 00:30:55,810 --> 00:30:57,936 I'm gonna shove it right up your ass! 488 00:30:58,011 --> 00:31:00,035 Vital signs normal. 489 00:31:05,348 --> 00:31:06,779 Hey, Pops! 490 00:31:06,848 --> 00:31:10,044 Sam! Mitch! What are you two fruits up to? 491 00:31:10,117 --> 00:31:13,107 You should've seen it. We just did this cool thing on TV... 492 00:31:13,185 --> 00:31:15,584 that should really help our revenge business. 493 00:31:15,653 --> 00:31:17,280 We found our calling. 494 00:31:17,354 --> 00:31:21,879 Looking back, I must've been your age when I found my calling. 495 00:31:21,956 --> 00:31:23,923 So you became a boxer? 496 00:31:23,990 --> 00:31:26,855 That's when I started working in stag films. 497 00:31:28,159 --> 00:31:30,092 I'm gonna find Dr. Farthing. 498 00:31:32,161 --> 00:31:35,356 Hey, look, Pops. 499 00:31:35,429 --> 00:31:37,761 - I gotta tell you something. - What? 500 00:31:37,832 --> 00:31:40,856 I've made up my mind. I'm going to tell Sam. 501 00:31:40,933 --> 00:31:43,400 Or not! 502 00:31:43,467 --> 00:31:46,434 I'd appreciate it if you didn't tell Sam. 503 00:31:46,502 --> 00:31:48,628 He might react badly. 504 00:31:48,703 --> 00:31:52,637 I wouldn't want anything to break up our relationship before I die. 505 00:31:53,805 --> 00:31:57,069 Okay, I won't tell him. 506 00:31:57,141 --> 00:31:58,697 Yeah. 507 00:32:05,578 --> 00:32:09,206 Note to self. Forget about fathering children. 508 00:32:12,981 --> 00:32:16,643 - Any bleeding? - Only when I sit down. 509 00:32:16,717 --> 00:32:18,650 What happened to your arm? 510 00:32:18,717 --> 00:32:22,447 I'm not sure. It's either from sleeping on it the wrong way... 511 00:32:22,520 --> 00:32:25,646 or from bookmakers throwing me out of a speeding car. 512 00:32:25,721 --> 00:32:28,985 - Did you get the 50 grand? - Not yet. 513 00:32:29,057 --> 00:32:33,286 If we get some money in two weeks, could we pay the rest in installments? 514 00:32:33,358 --> 00:32:36,757 No. Well, there are nine days left. 515 00:32:36,826 --> 00:32:40,727 Might I suggest kidnapping the child of a celebrity? 516 00:32:40,796 --> 00:32:45,890 You know, I realize Pops isn't your favorite person in the whole world... 517 00:32:45,965 --> 00:32:49,263 so I appreciate how hard you're trying to help him out. 518 00:32:49,334 --> 00:32:50,924 That's nice. 519 00:32:51,000 --> 00:32:52,934 I've gotta tell you something. 520 00:32:53,002 --> 00:32:56,901 Your father is not only your father. 521 00:32:58,738 --> 00:33:01,262 He's also... 522 00:33:01,340 --> 00:33:05,171 He's also a good man. 523 00:33:05,241 --> 00:33:07,175 Your father is a good man. 524 00:33:07,243 --> 00:33:08,902 Yeah. 525 00:33:08,976 --> 00:33:10,466 Mitch, you know... 526 00:33:12,511 --> 00:33:15,774 I wanted to... 527 00:33:16,713 --> 00:33:19,238 You're my best friend, man. 528 00:33:19,315 --> 00:33:21,544 Keep your distance there, Liberace. 529 00:33:21,617 --> 00:33:23,048 I was just... 530 00:33:24,751 --> 00:33:27,218 Hey, Kathy! I'm glad to see you. 531 00:33:27,286 --> 00:33:31,185 Did you really think you were helping me with that disgusting stunt? 532 00:33:31,254 --> 00:33:34,620 Hey, maybe you don't realize it, but that disgusting stunt... 533 00:33:34,688 --> 00:33:37,155 was this idiot's way of saying he likes you. 534 00:33:39,525 --> 00:33:41,616 I'm gonna stand over there. 535 00:33:42,926 --> 00:33:44,757 The guy deserved it. 536 00:33:44,828 --> 00:33:47,954 Because of what you did, Anton had to sell the dealership. 537 00:33:48,029 --> 00:33:50,861 Now I'm out of a job. Did I deserve that? 538 00:33:50,931 --> 00:33:54,455 No, but you shouldn't work for a guy who treats you bad anyway. 539 00:33:54,531 --> 00:33:59,160 That is a decision for me to make, not you or your awful company. 540 00:33:59,235 --> 00:34:01,793 Putting prostitutes in the trunks of cars? 541 00:34:01,869 --> 00:34:04,837 - That is so... - Cool! 542 00:34:04,905 --> 00:34:07,701 The dead hooker in the trunk thing was the coolest thing ever. 543 00:34:08,772 --> 00:34:10,933 Wow, Mitch, congratulations. 544 00:34:11,008 --> 00:34:13,998 Now you're famous for being a jerk. 545 00:34:14,075 --> 00:34:16,975 I wish some girl would look at me the way she looks at you. 546 00:34:17,044 --> 00:34:18,977 What are you talking about? She hates me. 547 00:34:19,045 --> 00:34:21,443 No, she's mad at you. There's a difference. 548 00:34:21,512 --> 00:34:24,480 She's mad at you because she likes you so much. 549 00:34:24,547 --> 00:34:28,504 I'm short, not invisible. Can I get a little help down here? 550 00:34:28,583 --> 00:34:31,710 Heather, who works here, is an abusive drunk. 551 00:34:31,784 --> 00:34:35,013 Calls me names. Hits me. Your classic dwarf hater. 552 00:34:35,085 --> 00:34:37,019 Here she comes. 553 00:34:38,454 --> 00:34:40,387 Move over, short stuff. 554 00:34:41,689 --> 00:34:46,350 Hey, baby, you ever had a chick with a beard before? 555 00:34:46,424 --> 00:34:48,824 I can't say that I have, bearded broad. 556 00:34:48,893 --> 00:34:52,190 Then, sugar, you haven't lived. 557 00:34:54,496 --> 00:34:57,794 Note to self. I don't want to live. 558 00:34:59,197 --> 00:35:01,164 I'll be in my trailer, honey. 559 00:35:01,232 --> 00:35:05,167 If you want it, come and get it. 560 00:35:07,535 --> 00:35:10,002 Does that go for me, too? 561 00:35:11,271 --> 00:35:13,237 So can you help me? 562 00:35:13,305 --> 00:35:15,636 Yeah, we can help you. 563 00:35:36,917 --> 00:35:38,712 No beard. 564 00:35:38,784 --> 00:35:41,251 My problem is with these guys next door. 565 00:35:41,319 --> 00:35:44,980 They drive around in their Porsche 90 miles an hour where my kids play... 566 00:35:45,054 --> 00:35:46,487 blasting their music. 567 00:35:46,555 --> 00:35:50,353 They have loud, wild parties still going on when I get up for work. 568 00:35:50,424 --> 00:35:52,947 - Sounds awful. - It's unbearable. 569 00:35:53,024 --> 00:35:55,390 It's unbearable to live next door to that house. 570 00:35:56,360 --> 00:36:00,089 Then we'll make it unbearable to live in that house. 571 00:36:06,865 --> 00:36:08,388 This should do it. 572 00:36:08,466 --> 00:36:11,524 Oh, Mitch, this is brutal. 573 00:36:11,600 --> 00:36:13,567 We hide these fish all over the house? 574 00:36:13,635 --> 00:36:15,569 And they'll stink for days. 575 00:36:15,637 --> 00:36:17,694 Okay, let's go. 576 00:36:36,146 --> 00:36:38,079 Come on, quick. 577 00:36:39,348 --> 00:36:41,316 My flight doesn't leave for an hour. 578 00:36:42,515 --> 00:36:45,210 - Nice place you've got. - Yeah, yeah. 579 00:36:52,054 --> 00:36:53,645 You want it? 580 00:36:53,722 --> 00:36:55,155 Check it out. 581 00:36:56,090 --> 00:36:57,522 Looks good. 582 00:37:00,459 --> 00:37:01,891 What's the problem? 583 00:37:02,859 --> 00:37:04,292 Smells like fish. 584 00:37:04,361 --> 00:37:06,590 What was that? Some sort of signal? 585 00:37:06,662 --> 00:37:08,628 Is that a signal? You wearing a wire? 586 00:37:08,695 --> 00:37:10,924 No. It really does smell like fish in here. 587 00:37:10,997 --> 00:37:13,124 You're a damn cop! That's it. 588 00:37:13,199 --> 00:37:15,665 Show these guys what we do to cops. 589 00:37:15,733 --> 00:37:18,200 Say hello to the devil for me. 590 00:37:18,267 --> 00:37:19,699 Behind you! 591 00:37:21,736 --> 00:37:24,636 I've been hit. Kill them! 592 00:37:24,704 --> 00:37:26,193 Kill them! 593 00:37:26,271 --> 00:37:29,705 Make your gun fight like the devil himself! 594 00:37:29,773 --> 00:37:33,139 Burn in hell, you bastards! 595 00:37:33,209 --> 00:37:36,267 Oh, sweet Jesus! He got me. 596 00:37:36,343 --> 00:37:41,277 Mark, over there. Grab it. I use it to cut firewood. 597 00:37:42,646 --> 00:37:46,774 What's he using? You're killing me with that chain saw! 598 00:37:50,350 --> 00:37:54,784 He took away my chain saw, and now he's using it on me. 599 00:37:57,387 --> 00:38:00,218 My, God! Is that a hand grenade? 600 00:38:14,029 --> 00:38:15,461 Good Lord! 601 00:38:15,529 --> 00:38:19,588 We gotta get out of here. Will you come on? 602 00:38:27,835 --> 00:38:30,894 That's it! This noise has got to stop! 603 00:38:33,004 --> 00:38:36,302 Oh, my God. I never asked you to do this. 604 00:38:36,373 --> 00:38:38,670 Ed, we gotta go. 605 00:38:38,741 --> 00:38:40,798 Could you pay us now? 606 00:38:40,875 --> 00:38:44,571 Four hundred bucks, and we need $50,000 in six days? 607 00:38:44,644 --> 00:38:48,271 - We're not even close. - I know we're not. 608 00:38:48,980 --> 00:38:51,072 There's a message. 609 00:38:51,148 --> 00:38:53,080 Maybe it's a job. 610 00:38:53,782 --> 00:38:56,215 Hey, fatso. Fatso! 611 00:38:56,283 --> 00:39:00,081 It's me, Hamilton, your boss from the movie theater. 612 00:39:00,152 --> 00:39:02,312 I saw that TV commercial you made. 613 00:39:02,386 --> 00:39:06,752 Fat, fat, fat! When you sweat, marbles come off your ass. 614 00:39:13,858 --> 00:39:15,848 Hello. Dirty Work. 615 00:39:17,394 --> 00:39:21,452 No, I can hear you fine. It must be your phone. 616 00:39:22,696 --> 00:39:24,252 Sure, we'll be right over. 617 00:39:32,401 --> 00:39:36,358 So this whole block will become a parking lot for the Chelsea Opera House? 618 00:39:36,437 --> 00:39:39,768 Yep, to make sure none of Travis Cole's friends... 619 00:39:39,838 --> 00:39:42,897 have to park their Mercedes on the street. 620 00:39:42,973 --> 00:39:45,838 I've lived in this house for 62 years. 621 00:39:45,908 --> 00:39:48,341 Now the bulldozers are coming tomorrow. 622 00:39:50,209 --> 00:39:54,372 - You thinking what I'm thinking? - No, no. I have a plan. 623 00:40:10,886 --> 00:40:12,820 What do you make of this? 624 00:40:12,888 --> 00:40:16,150 Either it's a trick and we're walking into a huge ambush... 625 00:40:16,222 --> 00:40:20,555 or this is the single, dumbest act in the history of crime. 626 00:40:33,199 --> 00:40:35,132 How we gonna get out of here? 627 00:40:35,200 --> 00:40:38,258 We can't make bail. Pops is gonna die. 628 00:40:38,334 --> 00:40:40,767 We're gonna be left here to rot. 629 00:40:40,836 --> 00:40:45,065 I'm not worried about the rotting now, I'm worried about something else. 630 00:40:45,137 --> 00:40:47,571 What else is there to worry about? 631 00:40:47,639 --> 00:40:51,037 We're in prison with prisoners. 632 00:40:51,107 --> 00:40:52,938 So what? 633 00:40:53,008 --> 00:40:56,702 So what? You know what prisoners do to each other all the time. 634 00:40:56,776 --> 00:40:59,108 No. What? 635 00:40:59,178 --> 00:41:00,940 You don't know? 636 00:41:01,012 --> 00:41:03,342 No! 637 00:41:03,413 --> 00:41:04,846 They... 638 00:41:16,553 --> 00:41:17,985 I never heard that. 639 00:41:18,054 --> 00:41:20,248 You never heard that? 640 00:41:20,322 --> 00:41:22,255 How could you have never heard of that? 641 00:41:22,323 --> 00:41:24,916 That's what prisons are most famous for. 642 00:41:27,492 --> 00:41:28,924 All right, let's go. 643 00:41:30,660 --> 00:41:33,093 Not you, tubby. 644 00:41:33,162 --> 00:41:35,390 You sure you don't want him, too? 645 00:41:37,630 --> 00:41:41,758 The popcorn in the bulldozer stunt was allegedly perpetrated by these men: 646 00:41:41,832 --> 00:41:43,992 Mitchell Weaver and Samuel McKenna. 647 00:41:44,067 --> 00:41:46,932 But was this a dangerous act of mischief... 648 00:41:47,001 --> 00:41:50,492 or a heroic example of civil disobedience? 649 00:41:50,570 --> 00:41:53,799 Those two boys sure are heroes to me. 650 00:41:53,872 --> 00:41:58,330 If Mitch Weaver and Sam McKenna are heroes, then who's the villain? 651 00:41:58,407 --> 00:42:01,533 Many would say that would be the builder of the parking lot... 652 00:42:01,609 --> 00:42:05,305 millionaire real estate mogul, Travis Co... 653 00:42:05,378 --> 00:42:08,833 Damn it. That looks bad. We've got to stop the hemorrhaging. 654 00:42:08,912 --> 00:42:11,437 Martin, could you wait outside? 655 00:42:11,515 --> 00:42:14,004 Yes, sir. I'm sorry about what happened. 656 00:42:14,082 --> 00:42:16,777 It's all right, Martin. It wasn't your fault. 657 00:42:20,484 --> 00:42:23,044 By the end of the day, I'd like Martin jobless, homeless... 658 00:42:23,120 --> 00:42:26,019 penniless and hairless. 659 00:42:33,191 --> 00:42:36,125 You fellows have a lot of growing up to do, I'll tell you that. 660 00:42:36,193 --> 00:42:39,126 Ridiculous! Completely ridiculous! 661 00:42:40,395 --> 00:42:44,159 Can you believe these characters? Way out of line! 662 00:42:44,230 --> 00:42:47,686 Have a good mind to go to the warden about this. 663 00:42:47,765 --> 00:42:51,200 The lack of respect hurts the most. 664 00:42:51,267 --> 00:42:52,858 That's what hurts the most. 665 00:42:52,934 --> 00:42:56,164 Except for the other thing. That hurts the most. 666 00:42:56,236 --> 00:42:59,863 But the lack of respect hurts the second most. 667 00:42:59,938 --> 00:43:02,701 Weaver, McKenna, you're free to go. 668 00:43:06,841 --> 00:43:08,274 Ridiculous! 669 00:43:11,177 --> 00:43:13,303 First of all, Mrs. Murphy is owed... 670 00:43:13,378 --> 00:43:16,778 my deepest apologies for the hardships she's unjustly suffered. 671 00:43:16,847 --> 00:43:22,282 Secondly, all charges have been dropped against Mr. Weaver and Mr. McKenna... 672 00:43:22,349 --> 00:43:24,872 who are not criminals but heroes. 673 00:43:24,950 --> 00:43:27,611 In fact, all of us are going out for popcorn. 674 00:43:28,519 --> 00:43:30,883 Okay, Spunky, you can come too. 675 00:43:32,454 --> 00:43:35,422 I think he's got his thumb up that dog's ass. 676 00:43:35,490 --> 00:43:38,286 Gentlemen, I think I have a job for you. 677 00:43:40,225 --> 00:43:45,057 Mitch, Sam, considering your recent exploits as mischief makers... 678 00:43:45,127 --> 00:43:47,856 I think you may be able to help me. 679 00:43:47,929 --> 00:43:53,489 There's a small walk-up building I own over at 99 Franklin Street. 680 00:43:53,565 --> 00:43:57,431 It's low-income housing. My way of giving back to the community. 681 00:43:57,500 --> 00:44:00,627 But much to my chagrin, the criminal element... 682 00:44:00,702 --> 00:44:04,136 has reared its ugly head in the form of drug dealers, gangs... 683 00:44:04,204 --> 00:44:07,297 even a house of prostitution. 684 00:44:07,372 --> 00:44:10,634 He's doing that... Why don't you get the cops to get them out? 685 00:44:10,706 --> 00:44:12,765 It's not that simple. 686 00:44:12,841 --> 00:44:16,296 As long as those criminals pay their rent on time... 687 00:44:16,375 --> 00:44:18,935 the police say I have no grounds to evict them. 688 00:44:19,010 --> 00:44:23,240 - What do you want us to do? - Get the building condemned. 689 00:44:23,313 --> 00:44:28,010 By any means necessary. That way, everyone will be evicted legally. 690 00:44:28,082 --> 00:44:31,846 Then I'll fix it up, rent the apartments to honest, hardworking people. 691 00:44:31,917 --> 00:44:35,612 I don't know. We've never done anything this big before. 692 00:44:35,686 --> 00:44:38,848 Gentlemen, let me give you a minute to think it over. 693 00:44:40,589 --> 00:44:42,350 Doesn't it seem like... 694 00:44:42,422 --> 00:44:44,515 He's definitely doing that dog. 695 00:44:44,591 --> 00:44:48,285 Doesn't it seem like we're getting into something over our heads here? 696 00:44:48,358 --> 00:44:51,258 So, gentlemen, have you decided? 697 00:44:52,161 --> 00:44:54,094 We'll do it... 698 00:44:54,162 --> 00:44:56,958 for $50,000. 699 00:44:58,497 --> 00:45:01,828 Very well. $50,000 it is. 700 00:45:06,335 --> 00:45:07,767 Good news, Mr. McKenna. 701 00:45:07,835 --> 00:45:10,667 All right, boys! Bring on the whore! 702 00:45:10,737 --> 00:45:13,000 No, it's not a whore. 703 00:45:13,072 --> 00:45:16,164 We're gonna get you the $50,000 for your heart transplant. 704 00:45:16,240 --> 00:45:17,797 That's good, too. 705 00:45:17,873 --> 00:45:19,999 We don't have the money yet, Pops. 706 00:45:20,075 --> 00:45:23,133 - Yeah, but it's a sure thing. - Excuse me. 707 00:45:23,209 --> 00:45:25,540 Sam, can I have a word with you? 708 00:45:25,611 --> 00:45:28,272 - Sure. - Thank you. 709 00:45:28,346 --> 00:45:31,280 Wait. You didn't tell him, did ya? 710 00:45:33,181 --> 00:45:34,772 Thanks. 711 00:45:34,848 --> 00:45:37,782 But I still want to, and I can't promise you I won't. 712 00:45:39,851 --> 00:45:43,376 Just getting my photo album. What are you so jumpy about? 713 00:45:44,354 --> 00:45:48,516 I don't know. Maybe it's your lifelong pattern of random assault. 714 00:45:48,589 --> 00:45:50,783 Look at this. 715 00:45:50,857 --> 00:45:54,052 That's me fighting for the middleweight championship of the Golden Gloves. 716 00:45:55,659 --> 00:45:59,286 That's me shaking hands with Dwight D. Eisenhower, U.S. President. 717 00:45:59,361 --> 00:46:00,622 My goodness! 718 00:46:01,929 --> 00:46:04,522 That's your mom giving me a... 719 00:46:04,597 --> 00:46:06,028 I'm sorry. 720 00:46:06,097 --> 00:46:08,725 That's Sam's mom. 721 00:46:09,799 --> 00:46:12,561 Yeah. Irene. 722 00:46:14,504 --> 00:46:17,903 His blood levels are good. Should cut down on finger foods. 723 00:46:17,972 --> 00:46:19,905 What happened to your foot? 724 00:46:19,973 --> 00:46:23,600 What I don't understand is, when you owe a bookie a lot of money... 725 00:46:23,674 --> 00:46:28,132 and he blows off one of your toes, you still owe him the money. 726 00:46:28,210 --> 00:46:32,234 Doesn't seem fair since he's gonna kill me in four days anyway. 727 00:46:32,311 --> 00:46:35,507 Mitch says we'll have the money for you. 728 00:46:35,580 --> 00:46:40,413 Oh, thank God! I mean, that's good news, Sam. 729 00:46:40,483 --> 00:46:43,007 We just have to get the building condemned. 730 00:46:43,085 --> 00:46:46,745 We go in, wreck the joint. Pops is saved. 731 00:46:47,653 --> 00:46:49,280 Did you call him Pops? 732 00:47:17,835 --> 00:47:19,961 What havoc are you planning now? 733 00:47:20,036 --> 00:47:22,299 What are you doing here? 734 00:47:23,304 --> 00:47:25,237 Actually, I was looking for you. 735 00:47:25,305 --> 00:47:28,364 I saw how you and your friend saved that woman's house. 736 00:47:28,441 --> 00:47:32,705 Guess you can use your powers for good as well as evil. 737 00:47:34,510 --> 00:47:36,976 I'm on my way to my grandmother's place. 738 00:47:37,044 --> 00:47:39,204 Do you want to walk me? 739 00:47:39,279 --> 00:47:42,610 Note to self. Mitch was right. 740 00:47:42,680 --> 00:47:44,374 No, he wasn't. 741 00:47:44,448 --> 00:47:46,541 It's too late. It's already on tape. 742 00:47:46,616 --> 00:47:50,982 I'm glad you finally realized you should never take crap from anybody. 743 00:47:51,051 --> 00:47:54,178 There's my grandma. Hi, Grandma. 744 00:47:54,253 --> 00:47:58,347 Your grandmother lives here? At 99 Franklin Street? 745 00:47:58,422 --> 00:48:01,549 Yep. Grandma, I'd like you to meet Mitch. 746 00:48:01,624 --> 00:48:05,751 Hi. Kathy's told me about you. You're a hero. 747 00:48:05,826 --> 00:48:11,056 Well, today I'm a hero. Tomorrow, who knows? You might both hate me. 748 00:48:12,529 --> 00:48:15,018 Girls, I'm over here. 749 00:48:15,097 --> 00:48:17,963 Excuse me, Mitch. It was nice meeting you. 750 00:48:19,632 --> 00:48:23,361 Are those prostitutes? I mean, who are those girls? 751 00:48:24,535 --> 00:48:28,400 They work with my grandmother. She runs a business out of her apartment. 752 00:48:28,470 --> 00:48:31,563 Sixty years old and still going strong. 753 00:48:31,638 --> 00:48:34,197 Yeah, I bet she is. 754 00:48:34,272 --> 00:48:36,967 Would you like to come in for some coffee? 755 00:48:37,041 --> 00:48:41,669 Oh, no. I have to go lift weights. 756 00:48:41,743 --> 00:48:43,175 What? 757 00:48:45,946 --> 00:48:48,412 Okay, some other time, maybe? 758 00:48:48,480 --> 00:48:50,107 That'd be great. 759 00:48:50,181 --> 00:48:52,580 Okay. Bye. 760 00:49:07,189 --> 00:49:10,715 That sweet girl's grandmother runs a whorehouse... 761 00:49:10,792 --> 00:49:13,156 out of the building we're about to destroy? 762 00:49:13,226 --> 00:49:16,854 Yeah. I feel awful doing this to Kathy. 763 00:49:16,927 --> 00:49:20,361 Mitch, you're starting to like Kathy, aren't you? 764 00:49:20,429 --> 00:49:22,828 No! 765 00:49:22,897 --> 00:49:27,229 I know you. When you say no like that, you mean yes. 766 00:49:27,299 --> 00:49:29,562 - What are you talking about? - I'll show you. 767 00:49:29,634 --> 00:49:32,601 Did you ever rob a bank? 768 00:49:32,668 --> 00:49:35,795 Did you ever climb Mount Everest? 769 00:49:35,871 --> 00:49:40,271 Did you ever say you could see why women find Sean Connery sexy? 770 00:49:43,508 --> 00:49:45,498 Okay, so I like Kathy a little. 771 00:49:45,575 --> 00:49:49,703 Man, I hate the fact we have to destroy her grandmother's building. 772 00:49:49,777 --> 00:49:52,039 - But we have to. - Yep. 773 00:51:39,365 --> 00:51:42,230 We did it, man! I can't believe it! Pops lives. 774 00:51:42,300 --> 00:51:45,359 What'd I tell you? Here's to a brand-new heart. 775 00:51:45,435 --> 00:51:48,732 That's right. I couldn't have done it without a genius like you. 776 00:51:48,803 --> 00:51:51,066 I couldn't have done it without... 777 00:51:52,773 --> 00:51:55,604 a big oaf to smash down all the doors like you. 778 00:51:55,674 --> 00:51:57,300 Yeah! 779 00:51:58,442 --> 00:52:00,875 Hey, we should go pick up our 50 grand. 780 00:52:00,944 --> 00:52:02,910 Good idea. 781 00:52:02,977 --> 00:52:05,274 Hey, is that the building? 782 00:52:07,080 --> 00:52:09,808 Building owner James Kirkpatrick had little to say. 783 00:52:09,881 --> 00:52:12,678 Kirkpatrick owns that building? 784 00:52:12,749 --> 00:52:17,445 - What happened to the building? - I have no idea, but I'll find out. 785 00:52:17,518 --> 00:52:20,213 Resident Gladys Waite lamented the fall of the building. 786 00:52:20,286 --> 00:52:22,275 I don't know what I'll do. 787 00:52:22,353 --> 00:52:26,288 I've been running a sewing business out of my apartment for 30 years. 788 00:52:26,356 --> 00:52:28,185 Sewing business? 789 00:52:28,256 --> 00:52:32,749 Tenants are staying at a local shelter. But what about the condemned building? 790 00:52:32,826 --> 00:52:35,850 Unfortunately, I'll have to level it. 791 00:52:35,927 --> 00:52:39,293 Enough boring talk. I want to talk about my true passion... 792 00:52:39,363 --> 00:52:42,091 which is the grand reopening of the opera house. 793 00:52:42,164 --> 00:52:45,098 All proceeds go to benefit the homeless. 794 00:52:45,166 --> 00:52:49,896 You know how I feel about the homeless. They're human beings and have no homes. 795 00:52:59,540 --> 00:53:01,472 May I help you gentlemen? 796 00:53:01,540 --> 00:53:04,337 Mitch Weaver and Sam McKenna to see Travis Cole. 797 00:53:04,408 --> 00:53:07,569 Mr. Cole said your services are no longer needed. 798 00:53:07,643 --> 00:53:09,837 No longer... 799 00:53:09,911 --> 00:53:12,776 Fellas, I have an idea. Get Mr. Cole on the phone... 800 00:53:12,845 --> 00:53:14,607 I have a better idea. 801 00:53:14,679 --> 00:53:17,476 Why don't we kick every one of your asses... 802 00:53:17,548 --> 00:53:20,709 and then go upstairs and kick Cole's ass, too? 803 00:53:30,455 --> 00:53:32,717 All right, I screwed up. 804 00:53:32,788 --> 00:53:35,551 What do we do now? 805 00:53:38,992 --> 00:53:40,424 Homeless guys. 806 00:53:41,493 --> 00:53:46,723 I'll give you a dollar each if you run into this building and yell and scream. 807 00:53:46,795 --> 00:53:50,355 That's very nice, but I think what you need... 808 00:53:50,431 --> 00:53:53,865 are like some psycho, out-of-control homeless guys. 809 00:53:53,933 --> 00:53:57,299 We're more the broken, spiritless... 810 00:53:57,369 --> 00:54:00,336 "I've lost the will to live" type homeless guys. 811 00:54:00,402 --> 00:54:02,734 How about for two dollars? 812 00:54:21,013 --> 00:54:24,003 Mitch, Sam, what a pleasant surprise. 813 00:54:24,080 --> 00:54:26,980 - Where's our money? - What money? 814 00:54:27,049 --> 00:54:30,142 You owe us $50,000 for getting the building on Franklin Street condemned. 815 00:54:30,217 --> 00:54:31,809 We want it now. 816 00:54:31,885 --> 00:54:34,944 But I don't even own the building on Franklin. 817 00:54:35,520 --> 00:54:39,284 I told you I did, but I lied. Good luck trying to prove it. 818 00:54:39,355 --> 00:54:40,788 Son of a bitch! 819 00:54:40,856 --> 00:54:44,084 Once you stopped my bulldozer from leveling that old lady's house... 820 00:54:44,157 --> 00:54:46,387 I couldn't let you get away with it. 821 00:54:46,459 --> 00:54:50,517 So I figured out a way for you to help me and hurt you at the same time. 822 00:54:50,593 --> 00:54:53,527 I guess I showed you guys something about dirty work. 823 00:54:53,595 --> 00:54:57,120 Whatever. But we're not leaving without our 50 grand. 824 00:55:04,667 --> 00:55:08,033 When you jumped on that guard's back and yelled... 825 00:55:08,103 --> 00:55:11,298 "The CIA put a chip in my brain"... 826 00:55:11,371 --> 00:55:15,067 I was laughing so hard I almost shit my pants. 827 00:55:15,140 --> 00:55:17,299 Almost? 828 00:55:20,743 --> 00:55:22,902 Thanks. That was fun. 829 00:55:22,976 --> 00:55:25,307 More fun than working for Cole. 830 00:55:26,646 --> 00:55:29,670 - You worked for Cole? - All of us have. 831 00:55:30,814 --> 00:55:32,406 I had a life... 832 00:55:32,482 --> 00:55:36,848 a house, cars, respect in the community. 833 00:55:36,917 --> 00:55:39,612 Suddenly it was all taken away. 834 00:55:39,685 --> 00:55:43,141 I finally realized just how low I'd sunk. 835 00:55:43,220 --> 00:55:45,949 I was at my daughter's soccer game. 836 00:55:46,022 --> 00:55:47,818 She lives with her mom. 837 00:55:47,888 --> 00:55:52,347 I was standing on the sidelines and a cop asked me to move along. 838 00:55:52,425 --> 00:55:55,119 That's when it hit me. I'm not even a human. 839 00:55:55,193 --> 00:55:56,625 Here's your $2. 840 00:56:05,298 --> 00:56:08,891 How could you stand outside my grandmother's home... 841 00:56:08,966 --> 00:56:10,933 the day before you destroyed it? 842 00:56:11,000 --> 00:56:13,695 You're telling me you thought she was a drug dealer? 843 00:56:13,768 --> 00:56:18,033 - No, I thought she was a whore! - What is wrong with you? 844 00:56:18,104 --> 00:56:21,196 Look, we made a mistake. 845 00:56:21,272 --> 00:56:23,637 The worst thing is we didn't even get paid. 846 00:56:23,707 --> 00:56:26,072 The worst thing is you didn't get paid? 847 00:56:26,142 --> 00:56:30,076 - The reason we needed that money... - Stop right there. 848 00:56:30,144 --> 00:56:33,578 You drive these people from their homes and all you care about is money? 849 00:56:33,645 --> 00:56:35,578 I should call the police. 850 00:56:35,646 --> 00:56:39,704 I'm really sorry about what happened, but listen... 851 00:56:39,781 --> 00:56:43,079 I'm done listening. Have a nice life. 852 00:56:49,520 --> 00:56:51,578 No, beat it, nurse! 853 00:56:52,654 --> 00:56:55,383 Come back when you're a broad! 854 00:56:58,792 --> 00:57:00,451 Hey, fellas. 855 00:57:01,659 --> 00:57:03,592 Why so glum? 856 00:57:03,660 --> 00:57:08,061 We didn't get the money. Mr. Sure Thing here was wrong. 857 00:57:08,129 --> 00:57:11,392 I don't know what happened. I messed up. I'm sorry. 858 00:57:11,464 --> 00:57:12,930 That was easy. 859 00:57:12,998 --> 00:57:18,831 You can chalk this up as a loss and forget about it. I can't do that. 860 00:57:18,901 --> 00:57:21,733 Pops is my dad. 861 00:57:21,803 --> 00:57:24,396 I'm sorry. I gotta tell him. Sam... 862 00:57:24,471 --> 00:57:26,733 No. I'll tell him. 863 00:57:26,805 --> 00:57:28,738 Tell me what? 864 00:57:30,074 --> 00:57:32,267 I'm Mitch's father, too. 865 00:57:34,176 --> 00:57:35,369 It's true. 866 00:57:35,443 --> 00:57:39,070 This is no time for one of your practical jokes. 867 00:57:39,144 --> 00:57:41,441 Show him the locket. 868 00:57:41,512 --> 00:57:42,843 Show me what? 869 00:57:50,284 --> 00:57:52,216 This is Pops... 870 00:57:54,052 --> 00:57:55,712 and your mother! 871 00:57:55,786 --> 00:57:57,615 Yeah, I know. 872 00:57:57,686 --> 00:57:59,347 You cheated on Mom? 873 00:57:59,421 --> 00:58:03,220 No! She was there, too. Who do you think took the picture? 874 00:58:04,657 --> 00:58:08,956 Wait a minute. So that makes us... 875 00:58:09,027 --> 00:58:10,856 Brothers. 876 00:58:12,361 --> 00:58:15,022 - You lied to me! - Pops wouldn't let me tell. 877 00:58:15,096 --> 00:58:17,529 Don't blame him. You should have told me. 878 00:58:17,597 --> 00:58:20,724 You know how hard that man can squeeze a pair of balls? 879 00:58:20,798 --> 00:58:22,766 It's not bad that we're brothers. 880 00:58:22,834 --> 00:58:25,027 Sure, for you! You've got everything. 881 00:58:25,101 --> 00:58:28,194 You're smart, people like you, you never have to pay for sex. 882 00:58:28,270 --> 00:58:30,429 Pops was the one thing I had that you didn't. 883 00:58:30,503 --> 00:58:32,970 Now I don't even have that. 884 00:58:33,038 --> 00:58:35,870 Stay away from me, all right? 885 00:58:49,712 --> 00:58:54,205 That was really funny, siccing the cops on us. 886 00:58:54,283 --> 00:58:56,772 Really? I thought it was funny... 887 00:58:56,850 --> 00:59:01,115 but I'm surprised you did because you got your asses kicked. 888 00:59:04,820 --> 00:59:07,788 Things will get better. Hang in there. 889 00:59:07,856 --> 00:59:09,447 Thanks for listening. 890 00:59:11,457 --> 00:59:12,889 Listen, pal... 891 00:59:12,958 --> 00:59:17,859 you ever need anything, I mean anything at all... 892 00:59:19,261 --> 00:59:20,694 you come to me. 893 00:59:20,763 --> 00:59:23,229 - Can I stay at your place tonight? - The thing is this. 894 00:59:23,297 --> 00:59:27,493 I live over at the Y, as you know. 895 00:59:29,767 --> 00:59:34,327 I got a roommate, Old Jack, who is a little particular about strangers. 896 00:59:34,402 --> 00:59:36,392 No, problem, Jimmy. Thanks. 897 00:59:36,469 --> 00:59:39,335 He just got his knee drained. 898 00:59:39,405 --> 00:59:41,338 I'll find another place. 899 00:59:41,406 --> 00:59:46,603 He needed it, too. That thing was getting a little bit ripe. 900 00:59:46,676 --> 00:59:49,666 I get the picture. I'll sleep in my car. 901 00:59:49,743 --> 00:59:52,438 Old Jack's a odd duck, I tell you. 902 00:59:54,312 --> 00:59:58,771 Many times I catch him staring at me sleeping, which is off-putting. 903 00:59:58,848 --> 01:00:01,178 - I guess that would be. - His feet bleed. 904 01:00:01,249 --> 01:00:03,182 I don't want to stay at your place! 905 01:00:03,250 --> 01:00:05,843 Point taken. Point taken, Mitch. 906 01:00:24,494 --> 01:00:26,221 Hey, buddy. 907 01:00:28,162 --> 01:00:30,357 I'm trying to get some sleep back here. 908 01:00:51,041 --> 01:00:56,032 Note to self. Remember, no matter how bad life gets, there is always beer. 909 01:00:58,944 --> 01:01:01,571 All right, I screwed up. What do we do now? 910 01:01:01,646 --> 01:01:03,078 Homeless guys. 911 01:01:03,146 --> 01:01:06,841 I'll give you a dollar each if you run into this building and yell and scream. 912 01:01:06,915 --> 01:01:09,439 I left the recorder on. 913 01:01:12,751 --> 01:01:15,048 I don't even own the building on Franklin. 914 01:01:15,119 --> 01:01:18,575 I told you I did, but I lied. Good luck trying to prove it. 915 01:01:18,654 --> 01:01:20,621 Son of a bitch! 916 01:01:22,490 --> 01:01:26,856 I guess I showed you something about dirty work. 917 01:01:32,094 --> 01:01:33,686 What are you doing? 918 01:01:33,762 --> 01:01:36,229 Getting the money from Cole. 919 01:01:38,130 --> 01:01:40,962 My tape recorder was running. 920 01:01:41,032 --> 01:01:44,431 Everything in Cole's office I got on tape. And I got a great plan. 921 01:01:44,500 --> 01:01:48,799 Another plan? Like the plan that got us here in the first place? 922 01:01:48,870 --> 01:01:54,567 Look, I know you're mad but I think I know how to get the $50,000 and save the apartment. I really need your help. 923 01:01:57,107 --> 01:02:01,804 Look Mitch, a lot of stuff came pouring out of me at the hospital... 924 01:02:01,876 --> 01:02:05,503 because I was in shock about what I just heard. 925 01:02:05,578 --> 01:02:08,637 How did you feel when you found out? 926 01:02:08,713 --> 01:02:11,737 I don't know. At first I felt a little weird. 927 01:02:11,814 --> 01:02:16,407 But we've always been like brothers. Now it's just official. 928 01:02:16,483 --> 01:02:19,007 It's kind of cool. 929 01:02:19,084 --> 01:02:22,813 I guess it is cool. But it does change things. 930 01:02:22,886 --> 01:02:24,182 How? 931 01:02:24,253 --> 01:02:26,483 Remember in second grade... 932 01:02:26,555 --> 01:02:30,147 when we used rusty soda can tops to become blood brothers? 933 01:02:30,223 --> 01:02:34,852 It was a bunch of trouble for nothing because we were already brothers. 934 01:02:35,892 --> 01:02:37,655 Yeah, that's right. 935 01:02:37,727 --> 01:02:41,422 Hey, remember in fifth grade when I was under the monkey bars... 936 01:02:41,496 --> 01:02:43,827 and I peeked at your sister's underwear? 937 01:02:43,897 --> 01:02:45,557 Remember that? 938 01:02:45,631 --> 01:02:48,928 I was sneaking a peek at my own sister's underwear. 939 01:02:48,999 --> 01:02:54,492 That's right. And remember in 12th grade, you had sex with her? 940 01:02:59,238 --> 01:03:01,932 Okay, enough reminiscing. 941 01:03:05,141 --> 01:03:06,608 Listen. 942 01:03:06,675 --> 01:03:10,904 In the past two weeks, I've been beaten up, thrown out of buildings... 943 01:03:10,977 --> 01:03:13,945 I've slept in my car, spent the night in jail... 944 01:03:14,012 --> 01:03:17,173 And when you were in jail, those guys... 945 01:03:17,247 --> 01:03:21,181 The point is, you aren't the only ones who got screwed over. 946 01:03:21,249 --> 01:03:24,183 Yes, I made a big mistake destroying your building... 947 01:03:24,251 --> 01:03:26,377 but I know how we can get it back. 948 01:03:26,452 --> 01:03:29,385 Why should we believe you? 949 01:03:29,453 --> 01:03:33,853 I walked through life believing the only principle I had to live by... 950 01:03:33,921 --> 01:03:36,286 was "Don't take crap from anybody." 951 01:03:36,356 --> 01:03:38,847 Suddenly all that changed. 952 01:03:38,925 --> 01:03:41,551 Suddenly I was trying to do something for someone else. 953 01:03:41,626 --> 01:03:46,027 We were trying to earn $50,000 to get a heart transplant for our dad. 954 01:03:47,529 --> 01:03:49,359 You two are brothers? 955 01:03:49,430 --> 01:03:52,023 Yeah, it's a long story. 956 01:03:52,098 --> 01:03:54,030 My dad boned his mom. 957 01:03:54,098 --> 01:03:56,032 Okay, it's a short story. 958 01:03:57,200 --> 01:04:00,895 I'm saying that when you're doing it for someone else... 959 01:04:00,968 --> 01:04:04,459 it's not just revenge, it's standing up for yourself. 960 01:04:04,538 --> 01:04:08,232 That's why I'm asking all of us to stand up for ourselves. 961 01:04:08,305 --> 01:04:13,366 Travis Cole screwed all of us. I say we fight back. Are you with me? 962 01:04:17,177 --> 01:04:21,976 Are you with me based on the guarantee that if I'm wrong, you can kick my ass? 963 01:04:26,247 --> 01:04:30,410 I understand how upset you were when you found out what we did. 964 01:04:30,484 --> 01:04:32,416 I want to thank you for going along with us. 965 01:04:32,484 --> 01:04:35,975 I promise you'll get your building back. 966 01:04:36,053 --> 01:04:37,485 Okay, Mitch. 967 01:04:39,455 --> 01:04:42,423 Don't screw me over again. I mean it. 968 01:04:44,758 --> 01:04:46,690 Why didn't he punch you, too? 969 01:04:46,758 --> 01:04:48,657 I have no idea. 970 01:04:49,693 --> 01:04:54,753 Deciding to fight back against Cole is turning things around for me. 971 01:04:54,829 --> 01:04:59,991 Travis Cole is empty inside, so he has to make everyone around him empty. 972 01:05:00,064 --> 01:05:04,124 That's what he did to me. But I'm not empty anymore. 973 01:05:04,201 --> 01:05:07,862 I'm filled with something, filled with purpose... 974 01:05:07,936 --> 01:05:11,267 filled with hope, filled with dignity. 975 01:05:11,337 --> 01:05:13,270 It's all thanks to you g... 976 01:05:14,572 --> 01:05:16,403 Guys? 977 01:05:16,474 --> 01:05:18,906 Guys, wait up. 978 01:05:25,710 --> 01:05:28,803 How you doin'? I got a delivery of some opera costumes here. 979 01:05:28,878 --> 01:05:31,607 - What's the company name? - Company name? 980 01:05:36,716 --> 01:05:38,306 Very clever. 981 01:05:47,354 --> 01:05:49,287 These brownies are great. 982 01:05:51,957 --> 01:05:55,721 Let's go, prostitutes, homeless guys. Shake a leg. 983 01:05:55,792 --> 01:05:58,520 Come on, haven't got all day. Let's go. 984 01:05:58,593 --> 01:06:01,459 Good Lord! I'm in whore heaven! 985 01:06:10,199 --> 01:06:12,291 What are they watching? 986 01:06:12,366 --> 01:06:14,698 In this corner, weighing in... 987 01:06:14,769 --> 01:06:17,736 at 225 pounds... 988 01:06:17,803 --> 01:06:21,828 the former heavyweight champion of the world... 989 01:06:21,905 --> 01:06:23,769 Kenny Norton! 990 01:06:24,840 --> 01:06:28,206 And his opponent Gary Coleman! 991 01:06:30,809 --> 01:06:34,244 Come on, man, bring it! Bring it! 992 01:06:42,215 --> 01:06:43,807 Well, here we are. 993 01:06:45,183 --> 01:06:48,947 Building tenants, you'll be serving as the ushers and ticket takers. 994 01:06:49,018 --> 01:06:52,214 So take one of those, and Kathy will tell you what to do. 995 01:06:52,287 --> 01:06:55,049 I can't believe I'm doing this. I don't know why I'm here. 996 01:06:55,121 --> 01:06:59,920 Why are you here? Wait, I remember. Intense physical attraction to me. 997 01:07:04,227 --> 01:07:05,853 What's the trouble, sir? 998 01:07:05,927 --> 01:07:11,021 My costume is not here. I cannot go on a stage without my costume. 999 01:07:11,096 --> 01:07:14,689 Relax. I will track down your costume personally. 1000 01:07:14,764 --> 01:07:19,426 By the way, you're a fat guy. Would you care for a brownie? 1001 01:07:20,534 --> 01:07:23,764 Excuse me, coming through. Pardon me. 1002 01:07:23,836 --> 01:07:27,099 Excuse me. Sorry. Coming through here. 1003 01:07:27,171 --> 01:07:31,503 I know I must really smell. Plus, I farted. Coming through. 1004 01:07:31,573 --> 01:07:34,904 Joining me, the man responsible for this glorious event... 1005 01:07:34,975 --> 01:07:37,306 real estate mogul Travis Cole. 1006 01:07:37,376 --> 01:07:41,037 Thank you. I'm proud of two things about tonight's event. 1007 01:07:41,111 --> 01:07:45,910 First, all proceeds from the opera will go to benefit the homeless. 1008 01:07:45,981 --> 01:07:50,177 And secondly, I personally oversaw every aspect of this production. 1009 01:07:50,250 --> 01:07:53,342 And I believe it will be known as the finest staging... 1010 01:07:53,417 --> 01:07:56,112 of Don Giovanni ever presented. 1011 01:07:56,186 --> 01:07:58,813 Excuse me, coming through. 1012 01:08:00,621 --> 01:08:03,748 Hey, did you fart? Oh, I think that was me from before. Sorry. 1013 01:08:03,823 --> 01:08:05,755 Excuse me, coming through. 1014 01:08:05,823 --> 01:08:09,087 Fellas, you've heard the old saying: 1015 01:08:09,158 --> 01:08:12,819 "In the land of the blind, a man with one eye is king." 1016 01:08:12,894 --> 01:08:15,726 Well, today, in the land of the skunks... 1017 01:08:15,795 --> 01:08:18,422 the man with half a nose is king. 1018 01:08:24,400 --> 01:08:25,922 Hello, everyone. 1019 01:08:30,003 --> 01:08:32,731 I'm your mayor, Adrian Riggins. Thank you. 1020 01:08:32,803 --> 01:08:35,737 Before tonight's performance of Don Giovanni... 1021 01:08:35,805 --> 01:08:39,534 let's take a moment to recognize the man that made this night possible... 1022 01:08:39,607 --> 01:08:44,541 the best friend this city has ever had, Travis Cole. 1023 01:08:52,680 --> 01:08:54,613 Enjoy the opera, everyone. 1024 01:09:15,225 --> 01:09:16,817 What the... 1025 01:09:19,394 --> 01:09:22,453 Wow! Get a load of that mountain range. 1026 01:09:23,461 --> 01:09:25,224 Come back, baby. 1027 01:09:27,131 --> 01:09:30,565 This is the most daring portrayal of Don Giovanni I've ever seen. 1028 01:09:30,632 --> 01:09:34,328 Let's go. Time for Pops to climb that mountain. 1029 01:09:34,402 --> 01:09:35,834 What's up, fruity? 1030 01:09:35,902 --> 01:09:39,495 How did you... It doesn't matter. You'll be gone in a minute. 1031 01:09:39,570 --> 01:09:43,265 Aha! You didn't count on my loyal army of prostitutes, did you? 1032 01:09:45,440 --> 01:09:46,929 What do you want? 1033 01:09:47,007 --> 01:09:50,065 Just relax. Let's watch your dirty opera. 1034 01:09:50,142 --> 01:09:52,575 You're a hell of a woman, baby. 1035 01:09:52,643 --> 01:09:55,838 Let me take you to Vegas. You know what they say. 1036 01:09:55,911 --> 01:09:58,879 It ain't over till the fat lady checks into a hotel with Pops. 1037 01:09:58,947 --> 01:10:02,381 What are you doing? You're ruining Don Giovanni. 1038 01:10:02,448 --> 01:10:05,143 Don Giovanni? Who's that dude? 1039 01:10:05,216 --> 01:10:07,206 The opera. You're ruining the opera. 1040 01:10:07,284 --> 01:10:11,480 Oh, the opera. Yes, we are ruining that. Sam, now! 1041 01:10:11,553 --> 01:10:14,112 You got it, buddy! 1042 01:10:14,188 --> 01:10:18,713 Sing the song, boys! 1043 01:10:20,091 --> 01:10:24,957 Bow, and kneel before me! 1044 01:10:29,595 --> 01:10:32,154 Jimmy! Release the skunks. 1045 01:10:32,230 --> 01:10:34,753 Okay, I got it. I'm on it. 1046 01:10:34,831 --> 01:10:37,856 Don't let me down, boys. 1047 01:10:37,933 --> 01:10:41,025 Run. Fly. Fly away. 1048 01:10:41,101 --> 01:10:44,967 Run! Run out! Fly! 1049 01:10:45,036 --> 01:10:46,469 Fly! 1050 01:10:51,273 --> 01:10:55,832 Skunks used to heighten the atmosphere of squalor and despair. Brilliant! 1051 01:11:04,046 --> 01:11:06,945 Oh, the cameras are here. 1052 01:11:07,014 --> 01:11:08,947 By the way, Travis... 1053 01:11:09,015 --> 01:11:11,539 remember when you said this? 1054 01:11:11,616 --> 01:11:17,142 Note to self. Making love to blowup doll not as good as advertised. 1055 01:11:18,354 --> 01:11:22,151 Sorry. I must have gone too far. 1056 01:11:22,221 --> 01:11:23,654 I'll just... 1057 01:11:24,889 --> 01:11:27,322 I don't even own the building on Franklin. 1058 01:11:27,391 --> 01:11:30,756 I told you I did, but I lied. Good luck trying to prove it. 1059 01:11:30,826 --> 01:11:32,453 Son of a bitch! 1060 01:11:32,527 --> 01:11:36,358 I bet those reporters would love to get hold of this tape. 1061 01:11:38,697 --> 01:11:40,663 How much do you want? 1062 01:11:40,731 --> 01:11:43,221 All I want is the $50,000 you owe us. 1063 01:11:43,299 --> 01:11:44,789 $50,000. 1064 01:11:44,867 --> 01:11:47,856 Make it out to Dr. Farthing. 1065 01:11:47,934 --> 01:11:50,402 Kirkpatrick. 1066 01:11:50,470 --> 01:11:52,732 Kirkpatrick is going to punch you in the stomach. 1067 01:11:52,803 --> 01:11:54,736 Here you go. 1068 01:11:57,906 --> 01:11:59,838 You'll sign this contract... 1069 01:11:59,906 --> 01:12:03,341 that gives back ownership of 99 Franklin Street to Kirkpatrick. 1070 01:12:03,409 --> 01:12:06,205 Give it here. 1071 01:12:06,276 --> 01:12:09,335 Thanks, Mitch. I'm glad I didn't have to punch you. 1072 01:12:09,412 --> 01:12:11,345 Me too, buddy. 1073 01:12:12,713 --> 01:12:16,011 Okay, Cole, it's been nice doing business with you. 1074 01:12:16,082 --> 01:12:18,674 You probably want to go home, kick back... 1075 01:12:18,750 --> 01:12:21,843 and enjoy a nice glass of Chihuahua piss or something. 1076 01:12:21,918 --> 01:12:23,009 Farthing. 1077 01:12:25,419 --> 01:12:28,717 Here's the check for $50,000. 1078 01:12:28,788 --> 01:12:30,221 That's great, Mitch. 1079 01:12:33,324 --> 01:12:35,814 Want to bet I don't go to my bookie? 1080 01:12:35,892 --> 01:12:40,155 You're paying off your bookie so you can live to perform Pops's heart transplant. 1081 01:12:48,332 --> 01:12:50,730 Note to self. 1082 01:12:50,799 --> 01:12:53,665 Stop payment on $50,000 check. 1083 01:12:57,301 --> 01:12:58,495 Oh, Travis. 1084 01:12:58,569 --> 01:13:00,365 Son of a bitch, bastard! 1085 01:13:00,437 --> 01:13:04,371 You idiot. That contract won't hold up for ten seconds... 1086 01:13:04,439 --> 01:13:06,872 after my lawyers get through with it. 1087 01:13:06,940 --> 01:13:10,738 And, oops, what happened to your tape? 1088 01:13:10,809 --> 01:13:15,540 You wrecked it. Well, don't worry. I have one on the house P.A. System. 1089 01:13:15,612 --> 01:13:17,306 Hit it, Kathy. 1090 01:13:19,280 --> 01:13:22,112 Note to self. Remember to get ass wart cream... 1091 01:13:22,182 --> 01:13:24,341 for giant wart on my ass. 1092 01:13:24,416 --> 01:13:27,179 It's a little bit past that. 1093 01:13:27,251 --> 01:13:30,377 You bastard! You can't destroy me. I'm Travis Cole. 1094 01:13:30,452 --> 01:13:33,511 No one destroy's Travis Cole! No one! 1095 01:13:37,122 --> 01:13:39,021 Fat lady, are you okay? 1096 01:13:39,090 --> 01:13:44,389 Yes, I'm okay. Just keep that crazy old man away from me. 1097 01:13:46,560 --> 01:13:48,720 What the hell is going on? 1098 01:13:48,795 --> 01:13:51,729 I don't care if you are my son. Get your own broad. 1099 01:13:52,730 --> 01:13:54,459 Bravo! 1100 01:13:56,865 --> 01:14:00,924 In a startling turn of events at the opera house... 1101 01:14:01,001 --> 01:14:05,265 real estate mogul Travis Cole has been arrested for fraud. 1102 01:14:05,336 --> 01:14:07,269 Mr. Cole, anything to say? 1103 01:14:08,438 --> 01:14:10,701 Good brownies. 1104 01:14:10,772 --> 01:14:14,866 Jenkins, listen to me. This is very important. 1105 01:14:14,941 --> 01:14:20,605 Stop payment on a check for $50,000 I made out to a Dr. Farthing. Got that? 1106 01:14:20,678 --> 01:14:24,634 Jenkins, are you ready for some crazy, rough sex? 1107 01:14:25,713 --> 01:14:27,645 Absolutely! 1108 01:14:27,713 --> 01:14:32,376 Good, Jenkins. I'm counting on you. And find Spunky. 1109 01:14:37,953 --> 01:14:39,214 Hey, Mitch. 1110 01:14:39,287 --> 01:14:43,153 Jimmy. Your new nose looks great. 1111 01:14:43,222 --> 01:14:46,315 Thanks. Best $200 I ever spent. 1112 01:14:48,391 --> 01:14:52,554 - That girl you're with, she's not the... - Yep. 1113 01:14:52,627 --> 01:14:56,754 Lin-Yung, the Saigon whore who bit my nose off. 1114 01:14:56,829 --> 01:14:58,456 We're getting hitched. 1115 01:15:00,697 --> 01:15:01,788 Let's go. 1116 01:15:01,864 --> 01:15:07,266 Hold on. I'm talking to my friend here! 1117 01:15:07,334 --> 01:15:12,395 Jeez, sometimes you got to remind the hen who the rooster is. 1118 01:15:13,570 --> 01:15:15,504 Good luck to you, Jimmy. 1119 01:15:15,572 --> 01:15:17,903 Okay. See you around. 1120 01:15:20,907 --> 01:15:23,238 When I say "Let's go," you go. 1121 01:15:23,309 --> 01:15:27,334 Yeah? It's time you shut your cake hole, Yoko! 1122 01:15:27,411 --> 01:15:28,843 Women. 1123 01:15:30,712 --> 01:15:33,804 Don't talk back to me in front of my friend. 1124 01:15:33,880 --> 01:15:36,313 You're making me really angry. 1125 01:15:36,381 --> 01:15:40,247 Whoa, that scares me to death. 1126 01:15:42,418 --> 01:15:45,852 You bit my new nose off! Damn it! 1127 01:15:45,919 --> 01:15:48,546 How you feeling with your new heart? 1128 01:15:48,621 --> 01:15:53,283 I feel great thanks to you and Sam, my two boys. 1129 01:15:53,357 --> 01:15:57,086 Now that I met Gladys, I hope they can fix another part of my body. 1130 01:15:57,159 --> 01:15:59,455 I'll give you a hint. 1131 01:15:59,526 --> 01:16:01,824 It rhymes with "cock." 1132 01:16:06,330 --> 01:16:11,230 Sam and I got great new jobs. Pops got his heart. And I got the girl. 1133 01:16:11,298 --> 01:16:15,165 And Dr. Farthing, well, he got over his gambling problem. 1134 01:16:15,235 --> 01:16:19,101 But the bookies beat him to death anyway, so he's dead. 1135 01:16:20,170 --> 01:16:22,400 That's it. Bye. 1136 01:16:26,340 --> 01:16:28,933 Cole, it's nice doing business with you. 1137 01:16:29,008 --> 01:16:31,474 Now you probably want to get home... 1138 01:16:37,545 --> 01:16:38,739 Sorry. 1139 01:16:38,813 --> 01:16:41,542 - Nurse, you want to record vitals? - Cut. 1140 01:16:41,615 --> 01:16:45,447 Cole, it's been nice doing business with you. Now you... 1141 01:16:45,517 --> 01:16:47,279 Cut. 1142 01:16:51,253 --> 01:16:53,413 Say your line again. 1143 01:16:57,022 --> 01:17:00,149 - Check the gate please. - Cut. 1144 01:17:02,958 --> 01:17:07,017 - Well, Cole... - I'm trying to help you. 1145 01:17:07,094 --> 01:17:09,492 Have you always been like this? 1146 01:17:09,561 --> 01:17:11,790 How you got this movie, I'll never know. 1147 01:17:11,862 --> 01:17:16,194 - Some other time we could go camping? - What? 1148 01:17:16,265 --> 01:17:18,926 - You know, just you and me. - Let's go. 1149 01:17:19,000 --> 01:17:20,933 Mitch, I'm lonely. 1150 01:17:21,305 --> 01:18:21,603 Advertise your product or brand here contact www.OpenSubtitles.org today 90902

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