Landon starts a slow-motion walk toward the pool room with the knife in his back pocket. It is seriously about to fall out. Just as Landon reaches the bead curtain that separates the pool room, Karamo intercepts him and asks for some steak. Karamo puts his arm around Landon and leads him back to the kitchen. Karamo interviews that he's intervening because there are a bunch of guys there just itching for a fight, and it could turn ugly.
Karamo calls to MJ, who is standing upstairs talking to Undead Guy. Landon grits his teeth and says, "Get out of my fucking house," and then punches the counter. Karamo tries to wave MJ away from the railing. Landon says, "All these guys that think they're so fucking tough? They're about to get opened up by about three fucking knifes." Landon grabs three giant knives and holds them in one hand, like Landon Knifeyhands. Karamo says that the friends are about to go, and Landon says, "Yeah, they better be about close to being gone." Ooh, scary knife man. I have a hard time taking Landon seriously with that haircut.
And now it's time for the Most Awesome Thing I Saw on TV Last Week. This week, I have been watching a lot (and I do mean a lot) of Law & Order in my own little memorial tribute to Jerry Orbach. And besides Briscoe, my favorite character on the show is Adam Schiff, as portrayed by Steven Hill. I mostly like Hill because his predominant character attribute is that he's constantly eating, and always appears constipated. One of my favorite games to play while watching (besides yelling out, "Objection, your honor! He's leading the witness!" during the courtroom scenes) is, after every one of Schiff's lines, adding something like, "Boy, I'm so backed up. Do you have any Metamucil?" So you can imagine why I end up watching the show alone. Anyway, out of the many, many episodes that I watched this week, I think my favorite one was the one where these people adopt a baby and they claim it died when it fell out of its crib, but then it turns out that they have a creepy, crazy older adopted son who punched the baby in the head. And they keep the kid locked up in a room where the walls are smeared with poop and then they bring him in for a session with Skoda, the psychiatrist, who is probably my second-favorite character on the show. But then it turns out that the baby was already dead when the crazy kid punched him, so then the prosecutors go after the adoption broker and the rest of the episode is pretty traditional. But there were three things that made this episode awesome. One was the crazy kid that they kept locked in his shit room. Two was Skoda, who I sort of have a crush on, even though he played racist evil Schillinger on Oz. And three was that, at one point, Schiff was having an outdoor conference and, for no known reason, he was wearing a white fedora. Why? Why a fedora, and why was it white? Did he think he was going to wander into an episode of Miami Vice? That hat was awesome, and so was the episode. I'll miss you, Jerry Orbach, but you will live on forever in reruns on TNT. And this is where Wing can tell you about her favorite episode.