Video poker! Games! And then, it's time for the bit about the Fercos Brothers. As it happens, the Trump Taj Mahal has a show that looks very Siegfried-and-Roy, complete with tigers. Troy and Kwame go to visit the executive producer of the act, who is ten years old. I don't entirely understand this, but we'll go with it as it's presented. Troy chats with the kid a little about how he's "gone straight to the top," and the kid's all, "What do you want? I have things to do." Troy asks the kid -- who is named Fitz -- whether they can "co-market" with him. They'll promote the show, and he'll give them some stuff to enhance their game. Fitz offers them "some of the dancers in costume." Hee. Troy interviews about how weird it was to be negotiating with a ten-year-old. The kid agrees to let them use the lions and tigers from the show, and Troy -- always bubbling over with enthusiasm -- talks some more about what a great partnership it's going to be. "Let me give you advice in life," Fitz tells Troy. "Don't sell when it's already sold." Kwame makes a face like, "Oh, man, you just got schooled by Fitz. And Fitz is too young for pimples." Amusingly, I found an article about Fitz that states that Fitz learned the "don't sell when it's already sold" line from...Donald Trump, who said it to Fitz when Fitz was trying to convince him to bring the show to the Taj. So Fitz is actually somewhat famous for being told this same thing by Trump, which explains why he hauled it out here and used it on Troy.
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