Sars: You know what? I don't want to do this anymore. I've put up with you longer than I ever thought I could, and I get no appreciation for it.
Aaron: What?!? Why? Is it that thing with Wing? Or did I say "fuck" too many times?
Sars: It's just not helpful anymore. And besides, if anyone could see me editing these recaps, they'd know just how high-maintenance you really are.
Aaron: Does this mean I'm fired?
Sars: I'm afraid so.
Aaron: Damn. So, uh, what's customary here? Do we shake hands? Do I get to kiss you?
Sars: No. And sit down. You're looming.
Night. Janice sits down in front of her [Guess The Manufacturer] laptop, and calls up her [Guess The Synergistic Internet Service Provider] to send Bobby Jr. an instant message. You know, if all those rumors about how much Gerald Levin and Steve Case hated each other are true, I've got to wonder why HBO goes to such constant lengths to plug their unwanted stepsister of a corporation. I'm secretly hoping it's only because they hate Verizon just as much as I do, and that's enough to overcome the ill will they feel towards each other. Anyway, Janice uses her anonymous screen name of "Vlad666" (which I believe is still available here at TWoP, so register fast!) to tell Bobby Jr. to check out a cabinet in his living room. Hey! Bobby Jr. is playing Max Payne! I love that game. Of course, what's really funny is that he's not actually playing, and is instead just banging on the keys while the game's intro movie plays. Heh. You'd think David Chase would know by now that he can't slip shit like that by me. Bobby replies to the IM by asking who "Vlad666" is, and Janice's cryptic response is "Rising damp." Yeah. I don't know what it means either. She gets up to watch through her binoculars, and then we see Bobby Jr. and Sophia opening the cabinet to find a Ouija board of their very own.
How come Microsoft can correctly spell check "cocksucker," but not "Ouija"?
Miami. Tony drives out of the airport as a DJ screams frantically in Spanish on the car radio. Aww. It's just like Vice City! Which is my new favorite game, now that this show has ruined Max Payne for me forever. Next we see Tony walking through a parking lot, where he notices a van unloading in the handicap spot. It's Beansie, and he's got two hot girls helping him get around in his wheelchair. Damn! Now I want Richie to beat me up, too!