Ronnie: "But now you have Delphi's son and somebody hot and drunk to ride him."
Old Man: "What? I was being magical and/or senile."
Ronnie: "I said, now you have Delphi's son and somebody hot and drunk to ride him."
Old Man: "Right, right. Sorry, I'm kind of nuts and old and amazing."
Ronnie: "It's okay, that story didn't really make too much sense anyway."
Irish Lass: "Every time I lurk around and watch him tell this story it is more haunting and incomprehensible. God damn I wish I could ride that horse."
Old Man: "[Mumble mumble mumble]."
Jockeys: "Is he talking to us? The horse? What is going on with that guy all the time?"
Another faceoff with the Unpleasantly Asian Lester, in which poker is played. Poker is a game of gambling, from what I have gathered in this episode, in which players are dealt a certain number of cards and then those cards add up to sequences, some of which are more favorable than others. Jerry's cards are less favorable than Lester's in this case, causing him to lose a vast number of plastic chips that can be exchanged for currency, and also causing him to employ a low-level slur of a sort for which, frankly, Lester has been asking since the episode began.
THE BAR! OF HORRORS!
If you were wondering if there was going to be any Bada Bing unseemliness in this show, wonder no longer. Also, if you ever found yourself watching Dawson's Creek and thinking, "This could be much improved, if only we were afforded the sight of Dawson Leery's mother masturbating and playing with her scary nipples," then I have even more good news for you.