A park. A limo. Menacing music. Pileggi in a tux. Sound somewhere. "What the hell was that?" Pileggi asks. His henchman Nash rolls down the divider and we see THERE'S NOBODY DRIVING THE LIMO! It's just a huge hole in the driver-side windshield and the sound of screeching tires. (Who's stopping the limo, then?)
Exterior shot of the limo turning and then braking to the curb. Brake lights. Seriously. The limo rolls up on the curb and the tires screech again.
Shot of Pileggi rolling around in the back seat as the limo screeches to a halt.
Shot of the limo's flat tire. Oh. Sorry, Ghost Driver. Your career was so short.
Pileggi whispers, "What is going on?"
This flat tire has caused the limo's radiator to start smoking, as it often happens in these situations. Nash gets out of the limo and walks around to the other side of the car. Pileggi gets out as well, and the two men look around for a few seconds. "We're being hunted," Pileggi concludes. Nash tells Pileggi to get in the car and lock the door. "I can take care of myself," Pileggi says, looking pretty damn excited about an upcoming monkey tangle. Nash says he's paid to protect Pileggi, so he might as well do his job. Pileggi gets into the limo and shuts the door. He holds his head for a second and then...well then he bites his finger in sexual anxiety. He does. He bites his finger. My mom loved this show. But then again, the last time my mom and my sister had a show they watched together ever week, it was Blue Thunder.
So Nash is on some ledge, looking down for signs of Tarzan. This is when Tarzan comes up behind Nash, crawling over a fence. Close-up on Tarzan breathing.
Now we get exactly the same shot, only closer, of Pileggi touching his face and then biting his finger. He hears Nash scream, and looks toward the closed limo door as the music swells. Pileggi looks out each of the limo's nine windows, and then decides that the best thing to do would be to get out of the limo. So he does.
Pileggi closes the door of the smoking limo and looks around. "Nash!" he shouts. We zoom in tight on Pileggi's face before he walks off-screen.