Karen and Marshall buy sausages from an outdoor vendor. Karen says she thought Marshall was on vacation. Marshall says he's supposed to be on a boat with her. He adds that he's discovered that Charlie Lucre has spread the word that he wants the ball and the Solchaks, and that he's been spreading around a photograph. Marshall pulls out a copy to show Karen, who recognizes it as an FBI surveillance photo. Karen says it's low even for Burton to leak that to Charlie. Marshall suggests that she find the guys before Charlie does, and asks if she has a plan. Karen asks if Marshall's still on vacation, and Marshall allows that he could take a couple of days off. Karen says she'll go see Charlie and see if he'll back off. Marshall reminds her to say pretty please.
Bob and Merle grab some snacks as well. Bob checks out a magazine and looks at it vertically, suggesting a centerfold. But then he turns it around to reveal that he's checking out various trailer models, trying to decide which one to buy for his mother. Bob and Merle debate the pros and cons of various models, and I'm not really sure what the point of this scene is, except to show that the boys are dumb (which we already knew) and white trash (which we already knew) and killing time until they can go pick up their money (which we already know isn't going to happen). So let's move on.
A stripper dances for Charlie. Kenny tells Charlie that they've got a guy on the job. Karen walks up and says hello to Charlie. He asks after her father, and Karen tells him Marshall bought a boat. Charlie asks what Karen wants. Karen wants to talk baseball, and says she knows what he's up to. Charlie protests that he was robbed. Yes, I'm sure that defense will fly in a courtroom. Karen tells Charlie that he's being "hoodwinked" by Burton. Charlie says that he and Burton go way back. Karen says that as soon as Charlie makes his move on the Solchaks, Burton will make his move. Charlie isn't convinced, but he's still listening. Karen asks Charlie to call off his hit man, adding that when she catches the Solchaks, she'll bring back his baseball. Charlie thinks it over and says that this is purely hypothetical; he offers to give Karen twenty-four hours. Karen checks her watch, and they agree on a time. Charlie reminds her that this is all hypothetical. Karen says that they've got a deal, and walks off. Charlie tells her to give his regards to his old man, and Karen says she'll see him tomorrow. Charlie calls Kenny over and tells him to put the word out on the street that no one should lay a finger on the Salchecks until they hear from him personally, and to call the "friend from Detroit" and tell him to lie low for a while. Kenny protests that the friend from Detroit doesn't have a cell phone, and only uses landlines for security purposes. Charlie asks whether Kenny told the friend about the pawn shop. Kenny did. Charlie says he just made a deal with Karen, and tells Kenny to go to the pawn shop right away.