Speaking of which: Namond is telling Kenard all about the exciting opportunity he's being offered as Namond's lieutenant. Basically, the job seems to be all downside, because once Kenard gets the package, it's all on him: Namond will fuck him up if anything happens, and on top of that, Marlo will kill Kenard's whole family, so Kenard has to make sure he doesn't shake the vials. Kenard assures Namond that he isn't shaking shit. And Kenard is at least eleven, so I don't know why Namond would think his product isn't completely safe.
Namond and Kenard head down into what I assume is Kenard's junk-filled basement. Namond slips under a piece of furniture and finds a hiding place for the package. He says that since Kenard is under age thirteen, he's "safe from everyone," except Namond and Marlo. And I actually think Kenard could kick Namond's ass, if we're speaking frankly. Kenard asks if he's really a lieutenant now. Namond says that Kenard is his lieutenant. "And all I get is an extra ten dollars?" squints Kenard. Namond says that if he does well with the package, they'll talk. Or, Kenard can take his raise out of Namond's ass. Wouldn't we all like to see that?
Courthouse. It's Grand Jury time, and Bunk points out the prosecutor to Andre, saying that if Andre lies to the cops, it doesn't really have any consequences, but that if he lies to the prosecutor: "Hooooooooo!" Bunk calls the prosecutor over and asks how long a sentence a guy might get for perjury before the Grand Jury. The prosecutor beautifully takes his cue, saying he'd seek the longest sentence he could -- as much as ten years. Once the guy's taken off, Bunk cracks that he thought he would say something like two or three. Immediately, Andre starts backing away from his own story: he couldn't see straight; he was on drugs; Holley was all over him.... He finally says he's kind of groggy right now, and asks to go to the bathroom. As he goes, Holley hisses, "Lying motherfucker." "For real?" says Bunk breezily. Holley decides to thump Bunk later.