"Who am I?" Pablo asks himself on-camera. "Top ten words, straight from the head. Melodramatic. Pseudo-intellectual. Poetically inclined. Hooligan." Um. Can he count? Or did the producers just cut him off before he could finish? 'Cuz, no matter how you count 'em, that number of words still don't add up to ten. In a hallway somewhere, Lori Petty Jr. is hollering, "PABLO!!!" as P-man molests some blonde chick on the stairwell. In a voice-over, we learn that Pablo's known Petty (a.k.a. "Lisa") for about two years and that, even though on the outside she may seem hostile and harsh, once you get to know her, you learn that a lot of things affect her.
Petty goes on to prove P-man right as she jocularly sits by and watches as P-man quits his job via cell-phone. "If it was up to Lisa," Pablo says in a VO, "all I would do, all day long, is hang out with her." Do you get health insurance with that job? What about a 401K? Pablo then says "I'm sorry" into the phone. "Why're you saying you're sorry?" Petty audibly asks. Then, while still on the phone, although whether Pablo's employer is still on the other end of the line is unknown, Pablo says, "There! We're all unemployed! We're going to be one big happy commune of unemployed people begging for change like you!" "Retard," says Petty, "you left mint alcohol in the fridge and my mother saw it!" Did I just miss something? What does mint alcohol have to do with unemployment? What the hell is she talking about? Did R.J. Cutler just go Bunim/Murray on my ass or what?