Before the fight can go on too long, Ray's phone rings. It's Little Mick, who wants to hire Ray for the $5 million by Friday. Ray agrees. Little Mick wonders how Ray turned his two men, and Ray says that it's a "family secret." Little Mick hangs up and tells his goons that he'll pay real money to anyone who finds Ray's shop. Little Mick chews some more scenery with this gem: "First I want his work. Then, I want his ass." On the other end, Ray starts telling Van that the deal is totally set up just the way they want it, and Van disagrees. Deaq breaks it up yet again, and they decide to get to work.
At Ray's shop, Ray shows Deaq how to change the serial numbers on the plates used to print the money. Van opens a drawer to get some paper and discovers that all of the paper is rotted. Deaq doesn't see what the big deal is. Van says that it was stolen U.S. Treasury paper. Deaq chuckles and says that Van needs to let Deaq get his back once in a while.
Billie and Aquarius walk through a parking lot filled with tractor-trailers. Aquarius totally hits on Billie, who appears to be amused by the whole thing. Aquarius tells Billie that her voice is "honey and smoke." Billie gets back to business. Aquarius points to a trailer filled with Palm Pilots, one filled with Manolo Blahniks, and finally opens one filled with U.S. Treasury paper. Aquarius asks about his payment. Van pulls up in a car that I don't know but which is probably a BMW or some such. Aquarius hits on Billie some more and leaves. Billie asks Van about the deal where his father's next to him at all times. Van asks Billie not to bust his butt, except the captioning said "bust [his] balls," and I giggled, because I'm four. Billie offers Van some food and Van accepts.
At the Candy Store, Billie brings Van a tray of food. Van can't believe that Billie cooks, and Billie says she doesn't do it often. Billie asks Van how he's doing. Van's not sure, but adds that he wants to kill his father, help him, forgive him, and forget him. Van goes on to say that his father has no idea how ashamed Van is, and Van has no idea why he cares that his father is disappointed in him as a son. Billie asks Van why he always gets so close to the mark, and then answers her own question by saying that every mark is Ray to Van. Billie concludes that the problem isn't that Van hates his dad; it's that he doesn't hate his dad at all. Van asks if now he's supposed to get therapy and quit his job. Billie tells him to eat, and walks out. Van calls out, "Wait'll you meet my mom!" I would like to meet Van's mom. I'm going to try to think of good casting for that role. ["Cathy Moriarty." -- Wing Chun]