Hee hee. Nice touch. I have a feeling that's not his first time on that joke. Jeff gets back to business and asks "Dreamz" about the wiggling back and forth about what he was going to do, as far as wanting his son to be a man of his word versus warning Earl and Cassandra about what to do if he didn't go with the "keeping my word for the good of my son" thing. So Jeff asks him, once again, whether at the time he made the deal, he intended to keep it. Of course, "Dreamz" first responds just as he has every time this has come up, which is by saying that he tried to get Yau Man out before he had to do either -- he tried to get Yau Man out before it became an issue. And we know that. That's right. However. The fact remains that he still, at the time the deal was made, knew that it was possible that wouldn't happen. And if that happened, did he think he would keep his word, did he think he wouldn't keep his word, or was he not sure? There exists an answer to that question. It's not Zen, it's not one of those crazy "tree falls in the forest" things; it's just a question, and "Dreamz" really, really, really does not want to answer it. Because I think the answer is "I saw the shiny truck and figured I'd deal with the rest later," like the kind of person who goes for those "no payments for six months" advertisements Jeff once again blasts him for never answering the question. Ultimately, "Dreamz" claims that he never intended to keep his word, which would mean that he pointlessly lied in multiple confessionals. It's just patently false, but we've been over this, as well as how sad it is that he prefers this image to the one he thinks he'll have if he admits what really happened. Jeff then asks him whether he thought about maybe giving the truck back. At this point, "Dreamz" says (missing the point again) that he thought maybe he should give the truck back because he liked Yau Man, but he had to get back in "game mode" and reassure himself that he should keep it. And the fact that he totally didn't have to keep the truck for game reasons is where his logic falls apart. That's where he kind of could have had it both ways -- you renege on the deal, play your hardest in the game, let the chips fall where they may...and you can still tell your son that when you broke your word, it felt right to give the truck back, so you did. But he wants the truck, which is fine, but...like I said, we've been over this. Jeff congratulates "Dreamz" on his "charm," which I don't agree with, really. I'm not sure he's charming as much as he's like a novice who goes and plays poker with a bunch of students of the game, and he manages to do really well for one game, because he's listening to the vibrations in his fillings and doing shit that doesn't make any sense, which makes him hard to predict.