Episode 2

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Jacob Clifton: A+ | Grade It Now!
"Back to You, Bob"

Lonnie: "It feels like he's in a movie falling off a building backwards."
Twitchy: "I don't know what that means but do you want to own a horse with me?"
Lonnie: "We don't take you very seriously, okay? Bye."


Jerry: "I just don't understand why Lonnie buying a suit is a problem even though you've already explained it twice in this episode."
Wheelchair: "It's kind of like how you shouldn't be flashing cash around at the high-stakes poker tables. Same basic principle."
Jerry: "I still don't really get it."

That security guard shows up and talks about "points" some more and is corrupt. Wheelchair has a mysterious bag of laundry or something, it's like Marsellus Wallace and everybody knows what's in there, but we don't know what's in there. Jerry admits to having lost seven thousand dollars in the last week, and then he and Wheelchair talk about their anomie. Twitchy asks Wheelchair to go in with him on this horse, and then advises Wheelchair to be kinder to his friends, so Wheelchair speeds away because he doesn't need that kind of advice right now. Being a dick is working for him.


Porky Pig: "Are you eating lunch, tiny jockey?"
Leon: "I was thinking about it, but I don't know how I can do it with these marbles in my mouth."
Porky Pig: "I wanted to have a tender conversation with you about not being stressed out just because of the horrible thing that happened last week."
Leon: "I can try. But my other personality trait is always asking inappropriate things about Escalante, so can I switch to that?"
Porky Pig: "Let's just hold hands and not worry about it, okay?"
Leon: "You have ascertained that I am very fucked up about the horrible thing, so I thank you for your paternal interest in my emotional state."

It is actually sweet.


Goose explains more about Claiming and how to Claim and how to lick an envelope and how to time stamp a thing and how to write your name on a piece of paper and how Escalante probably put fake bandages on the horse so we should ignore them. But then so why would Escalante put the horse up for claim at all? I don't even know how to parse or punctuate the answer, but it's all we're going to get.

Goose: "So he looks broken down so the odds go up but he keeps the horse."

Meanwhile, Escalante is going to have a creepily intense conversation with the other most creepy and angry and intense person of the show, Ace Bernstein. Gus and Ace are so mobbed up that they don't even know when they're being scary, and they can talk about things like goats and carrots and still make it seem like they are offering to murder your ass. Escalante introduces them to Leon, and for once Leon doesn't piss Escalante off by opening his mouth.

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