Bad neighbourhood. Monk is being mobbed by kids as he hands out bills to everyone. At the curb across the street, Partlow and Marlo look on, and when Monk has distributed the last of his cash, the kids call out, "Thank you, Mr. Marlo!" Everyone gets into the truck, Monk turning around to tell Marlo, "Your name gonna ring out, man." I only hope that Marlo has a few more guys in his organization come November, because that guy's arms are going to get pretty tired from lugging around turkeys.
Cutty! One of the many characters on this show that I fear liking too much because it will invariably end in their horrible deaths. Anyway, Cutty hops out of the back of a truck at a work site, exchanging companionable profanities with his Mexican colleagues. The crew boss notes that Cutty's Spanish is better than his own, and that all he needs to start his own crew is a truck; if Cutty and the boss went in on one together, they could run two crews and make twice the money. Cutty says he has something else going on, and the crew boss cracks that he forgot Cutty's going to be the next Angelo Dundee. They curse at each other some more in Spanish, and Cutty heads off to mow a lawn and practise his jabs, or something.