Jackie nags at Mo-Mo for eating her ill-gotten pizza and donut, but Mo-Mo says he earned them: "Um, I had to listen to Thor perform three new songs from his club act?" He leaves, and Jackie spots the shoes of Akalitus peeking out from beneath a sheet, like the Witch of the East. "I see your feet... I can spot a pair of Easy Spirit Career Collection from twenty paces." Finally, Gloria pulls the sheet down and shows her face. Her hair is all a mess. She gives a rattled-off complaint about how this was a direct result of a lack of pride in the maintenance of the integrity of the workplace of latter-day saints or whatever, and Jackie notes the angry red taser-bites on her chest.
Before Jackie can remark on this, an ass-naked guy with gown aflutter comes running by, pursued by a Thor, and Zoey abruptly clotheslines him, both going down, and she hops up again with her arms in the air like she's sticking a landing, cheering herself on: "Got him!"
Jackie assures Gloria, not unkindly, that she's okay, and they'll see her tomorrow. "I'm not what you think I am," Gloria says quietly, and Jackie gives her a really? face. Gloria nods: Okay. "I am. I know you do what you think you have to, to get the job done. But I have been fucking the system for over 30 years. There's not a move in this repertoire that I haven't already seen." Jackie nods, and looks up and to the side before walking away. "We'll see."
Jackie spots Eddie smoking on the street and smiles, then ducks behind a pillar when she sees he's with Coop. The Kevin phone rings and she thinks for a moment before walking away, in the other direction, to answer it.
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At home, finally done as the sun's coming up, Jackie looks exhausted and beautiful. She sits with Kevin in the kitchen, leaning back into his arms, with the sun flaring beautifully behind them. "There was this kid..." she says, and then changes the subject, except not really: "How's Gracie?"