At a nice restaurant, a pretty server sets a huge platter of food between The Greek and Spiros. The Greek encourages Spiros to order something, but Spiros says he isn't hungry. Once the server has left, The Greek asks whether their associates -- the ones in custody, I assume he's specifically thinking of -- are strong. Spiros isn't concerned about them, and says they can try to get them out on bail before the trial: "If not, they will stand for us." The Greek meaningfully replies, "We have shown them too much. There will be no more trouble. We must make certain of this." Spiros suggests that there might be another way. "There is only one sure way," says The Greek simply. But Spiros asks, "If I could guarantee that Frank Sobotka and his nephew would be silent, wouldn't you prefer that?" The Greek says that he can't guarantee it. Spiros tells The Greek that Ziggy will be going to jail for a long time, "...unless." He tells The Greek -- possibly for the first time -- about the kid Ziggy wounded, who lived: "The prosecutors want to use him as a witness. I know his family." The Greek smiles, and it's as creepy as you would imagine. "Frank Sobotka will have his son back," says Spiros. "If a man can have this, why would he talk to the police?" Uh, because Ziggy's already turned himself in and confessed? I mean, I'm no lawyer. The Greek asks about Nick, and Spiros says that he'll want the same thing Frank does: "Anyway, I don't worry about Niko." The Greek, still beaming, observes that Spiros is fond of Nick: "You should've had a son." "But then I would've had a wife," says Spiros Catskillsily. The Greek thinks that's hilarious, because he's an old man.
Episode Report CardWing Chun: A | 716 USERS: B-
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