From the rooftop vantage point, we see a black town car pull up to a curb. Three large men come toward it out of the tower, and Sydnor grins, spotting his quarry in the lead. Sydnor radios to Kima, who sees the car, and says they're on it. Little Man, without any kind of stealth or slyness, walks around to the driver's side of the car and hands a black plastic bag to Day-Day. They shake, and Little Man takes off. In their car, Kima tells Carver, behind the wheel, to hang back, so they can see where Day-Day goes. After a moment, Carver pulls out and follows.
At a sandwich shop, Wee-Bey makes a horseradish sandwich. I mean, not really, but that's an excessive amount of what's supposed to be a condiment. That's about the same volume of tuna salad I would use for a tuna salad sandwich. ...Shit, did I forget to eat dinner? Anyway, there is horseradish-related teasing, and then D'Angelo asks if Avon just gave them all the day off, and Savino says that they're celebrating: "Stinkum got some points for some fresh territory." D'Angelo says he heard, and asks what Stinkum's cut is. "Twenty," shrugs Stinkum. "We've got to run off the niggers that been down there." Wee-Bey's not concerned: "Bunch of off-brand niggers is all." To D'Angelo, he adds, "You keep running that Pit the way you been, you gonna see points, too." Really? Amid the stickup and the jump-out, they're still dangling that in front of him? D'Angelo doesn't seem to believe it anymore either, saying, "I'm here, waiting." Wee-Bey asks Stinkum to back him up that it will come, and Stinkum nods. D'Angelo then makes a tactical error: "I been talking to Orlando, right? He said he got this good coke connect from New Orleans." Wee-Bey frowns, looks from Stinkum to Savino, and then, trying to sound casual, asks, "Orlando, huh?" The gambit to get D'Angelo to keep talking works, as he explains the deal Orlando had proposed. Stinkum says that D'Angelo had better talk to Avon about it. The other guys agree, and D'Angelo says he will, though it looks like he wasn't really planning to, and that if these guys really wanted to fuck him over, they wouldn't have told him to. Anyway, D'Angelo changes the subject, saying that it's Stinkum's day. "His night, too," says Savino, and Wee-Bey agrees, "We gonna break out tonight, daddy." The plan is to bring "some of that good pussy from Orlando's" to Little Man's. Oh, god help the girl who gets assigned to Little Man. That's a good way to break your pelvis. D'Angelo says that he'll be there, and then Wee-Bey takes a bite of his sandwich and realizes the hard way that there's such a thing as too much horseradish.