At Bill's office, Joey calls and, as is his wont, tells Bill as many horrible things as he can, as quickly as possible. Basically, way back at the beginning of the fish farm scheme, Roman made Joey sign this thing, which he thought was a permit for the fish farms, but it turns out actually made him the actual front man, the "designated agent" and "non-remunerated stakeholder" for the evil land deal that is Bill's current trump card against Roman. (Which again, I'm confused, because why would Roman even worry about any of this if he had Joey in his back pocket the whole time? Was Bill -- I realize this is crazy talk, but -- possibly fooling himself?) Roman has showed this paper to Joey and explained it to him, and also that the first stop the Attorney General would be making, in an investigation, would be Joey's doorstep. "Oh, Joey," breathes Bill, and I never feel Bill so much as when he says that particular phase. Joey's like, "So it's bad? I ruined it, right?" Bill's quiet, and Joey starts begging to know what he can do, how he can fix it, if he can help in "some other way," and Bill just tells him yet once more not to worry about anything, that it's going to be okay. He really is just so sweet with his brother. "The other thing is that Roman said to tell you his answer's coming." Bill thanks him for the info and hangs up, then beats heck out of some pencil cups and stuff on his desk.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: A- | 1393 USERS: B-
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