He says Max was always yelling at her. And yes, he did come on to her sexually. When he gets up to get a drink, O'Connell notices the titles on the sheet music he's playing: "You Shall Be Forgiven" and "Are We Not Blessed." He's practicing music for a show he knows isn't going to happen? Well, I guess he is a little nuts.
O'Connell tries to leave, Chase grabs her. She stabs him with a pen and runs into the lounge. He chases her, grabbing a knife, and he starts yelling an insane diatribe about how he and Audrey were made for each other, but she didn't see it that way. "So I had to punish her, just like the others." O'Connell chucks an ashtray at the drum set for a distraction, and then breaks for the door. The first set is locked. The second set has the Lamb brothers entering, who shoot Chase, wounding him.
Over at the Savoy. Mia is playing poker with Stinson. They each bought in for a million, Red tells Savino, winner take all. On what appears to be the first hand Stinson goes all in, drawing one card to Mia's three. She calls his bet, which should mean that he turns over his cards first, but I guess that would lack the dramatic reveal of how his busted straight doesn't beat her pair of eights. He's good-natured in defeat, and promises to be back.
After he leaves, Savino gives Mia shit for drawing a million in house money for this, but Mia tells him the chips were just for show. What was the real bet, he asks. "A lady never tells," she says, and walks away. Red and Savino crack up at the fact that the casino almost lost a million dollars and the boss's daughter's sexual favors in a poker game between two people terrible at playing poker.
And then the stupid spider corners Dixon, and I guess it's a male spider otherwise Dixon probably would have had sex with it by now, and because everyone else is too chicken, Yvonne matter-of-factly traps the thing in a hat and takes it away, and then the show is just suddenly over. Well, go out on a high note, right? Thank you, you've been great!
Daniel is a writer in Newfoundland with a wife and a daughter. You can't really expect a show set in Vegas to get basic card rules right, can you? Follow him on Twitter (@DanMacEachern) or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org.