"Je vais chanter pour toi," Burt finishes. I think that translates to "I am going to sing for you," or maybe "I have sung for you." My French isn't what it was. Anyway, whatever it means, he sure has. Or will. ["You were right the first time." -- Wing Chun] Anyway, everyone on the street claps delightedly, and the two Italian men and Burt chatter in Italian, and then the men leave and Wayno (maybe it's Gueno? Or Bueno? I really don't know) stomps over to Burt and demands that he stop following him: "Or you might find yourself dead real soon." Burt airily dismisses this threat, telling WhateverHisNameIs that killing Burt "doesn't fit [Wayno's] pattern." Get it? Patterns? Numbers? Seriously, it's rather clever. No, I really think it is. No, really. I mean it. I'm not joking. Hey, this beer is good. Burt assures Wayno that Burt's not going to rat Wayno out because Burt "can't show them what they won't see." Then Burt waves at his little folding table, sucking Wayno into a round of Find the King. Which Wayno doesn't win, of course. "You know, there's a secret to this game, Wayno, and I'm going to tell you what the secret is. Choose better," Burt says. Wayno angrily demands that if Burt has something to say, he better just say it! "Son, I just did," Burt says mildly. This infuriates Wayno, who tosses Burt's table to the ground, scattering cards to the four winds. Then he stomps off.
A moment later, Wayno stops in the middle of the sidewalk, almost causing the woman behind him to run right into him. That woman? Moronica Reyes. She eventually just walks around him, not even huffing the giant sign of irritation I generally use in that situation. She strolls past him and into a large brownstone called "Hotel Knickerbocker." This episode is so clearly shot on the FOX lot. It's interesting, because this show never does lot work. And I know that the fake look of the episode plays into the kitcshy tone set by, like, the incessant cha, but it also reminds me how good a job the set designers and location scouts do on this show every week, and they never get any love. Way to go, crew!