Kevin mumbles his way through, "Hey, Courtney, here's, like, beer, and...unhh...this..." and indicates the businessmen. Bob-san approaches and tells Courtney that he brought enough beer for her and all her co-workers. "No thanks," says Hunter. "I already had a six-pack at the bowling alley." She trips off as poor Bob-san looks sadly after her. Schmarce enters, and Court asks her if she wants a beer while Kevin hands them out. Hello? Drinking on the set anyone? Last time I checked, Hollywood was fairly lenient in regard to alternative substances, but they certainly wouldn't allow an actor to drink on the goddamn set. Before entering the set? Sure. After leaving the set? You bet. But whilst ON THE SET? I don't think so.
Schmarce declines the beer, saying she has her big kissing scene coming up with Meat and doesn't want to get carried away. "He's really cute," says Courtney. "And I heard he was great on Dawson's Creek." "That's what I heard too," snides Dickless. Heh. Hairless enters and says, "Uh, I wouldn't mind tickling my nostrils with some of those bubbles." Courtney stares at him and says, "What?" Hairless realizes that, once again, he has begun speaking in his native seventies-speak tongue and quickly adjusts for the non-speakers. "Uh, I'd like a beer." Kevin begins to hand him one but Hunter suddenly appears and says, "I think I will have one. Get back, Quentin!" Dickless tells Hunter that he just wants a beer. "Tell that to the police. Back. BACK! FIFTEEN FEET!" Dickless backs off as I pull an olive out of my nose.
Bob-san steps up and says he'd like to take a picture of everyone enjoying his beverage. "And I'd like my seven dollars back for Tampopo," snips Hunter. "Sorry. I don't give away my image for free." Heeeeyyy...I kinda liked Tampopo...oh, wait, Hunter probably didn't like it because of the subtitles. It's very difficult to get into a subtitled movie when you can't, like, READ. Dickless steps up and offers to let Bob-san take a picture of him with the group. "Oh, what the hell," says Hunter, moving into the frame, "I look good today. Beat it, Quentin." Courtney instructs everyone to say "Sabijiko," which they do, and Bob-san takes the picture. Yawn.