Upstairs at Luke's. He's brought up dinner and pie for Jess, who wants to know why Luke's going through his stuff. Luke lies that he's not going through Jess's stuff. Jess says Luke's a bad liar. Luke keeps pretending he didn't do it, even though it's obvious that he did. Luke finally says he did it for Jess's own good. Jess: "Can we be a little more totalitarian around here?" Luke says he's going to ask the questions. He wants to know where Jess got the money for the car. Jess says he worked for it. He says he does jobs around town. He cleans rain gutters. Luke says that still wouldn't earn him enough money. More stalling, more talking around the point. Luke asks if Jess is a gigolo. Jess confesses that he works at a Wal-Mart. He's worked twelve hours a week for the past few months to get extra money to buy a car. Luke says "Wal-Mart" a lot. He thinks it's very funny. He then belittles Jess for having to wear the vest, and for working at a place that has layaway. Jess says he works in the back, moving stock around with a forklift. Luke asks if he needs a special license. Jess says he took the class one Saturday afternoon and got the license. Hey, this is all so interesting, isn't it? Good thing I took that oath. Luke just can't believe that Jess works at Wal-Mart. Just can't believe it. He asks if Jess gets a store discount. He calls Jess the All-American Boy, eating apple pie and working at Wal-Mart. Jess leaves.
Episode Report CardPamie: C | 441 USERS: B-
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