Danny enters some hallway, where he is ambushed by an absolutely stunning Mary, and Danny barely gets out a "hey" before she grabs him and begins the process of devouring him whole. If I can think of no other reason to continue watching this show, Nikki Cox is more than enough for me. "Please don't tell me you're messing with me too," he says, once they break to actually BREATHE. "No," she says sweetly, and kisses him again lightly before unclinching and flitting away, leaving Danny looking rather, understandably, dazed and confused.
We zoom across town to the Lucky Burger, which is I guess the one thing Jim and Janet Warner really wanted to do. Sam's surprised, as she thought only locals knew about the place, and Jim says they have their sources. Sam's undoubtedly a little annoyed at all she's given them, when all they really wanted was a pair of Double Luckies, which Jim explains is two burgers, two fries, and chocolate shakes, and he tells Sam to make sure the burgers are done "gorilla-style," which apparently means that the onions and the cheese and the sauce are all mixed together. Sam goes to fetch this haute cuisine, which Jim, gallant gentleman that he is, insists on paying for. Sam assures him that the Montecito can spring for some Lucky burgers. And Janet is making her head-nodding motions again for Jim to say something, like maybe Janet isn't allowed to speak, and Jim invites Sam to join them. Sam declines, saying she can grab something back at the hotel, so a disappointed Jim says he and Janet may as well cancel too. So Sam says okay. I'LL HAVE A LUCKY FUCKING BURGER TOO. Gorilla-style.
Back at the Montecito, Frank is getting his clock cleaned at the blackjack tables. "Something must be wrong," he keeps repeating. Yeah. It's certainly not because the odds are stacked so convincingly in the house's favour. He asks Mike if Mike touched the chips, and Mike says he did, every one. Frank suggests Mike KISS the chips. Mike calmly looks at Frank. "Up to ten per cent carry traces of the human papilloma virus. I ain't kissin' no chips." I'm thinking that the viral qualities of casinos aren't touted very prominently in tourist brochures. Certainly Mike the valet ought to think twice about sharing such knowledge so loudly. He does try to persuade Frank to quit before he loses all his money. Frank just asks him to touch the chips again.