They arrive at the pool. It's a topless pool. Diane asks if she should take her top off. This chick is game. I like that. Also, I believe I'm hearing the beginning strains of "Fat-Bottomed Girls" by Queen. This could be good. Something good. Please let it be. As Jonesy is literally, like, retching -- and maybe that's because he knows Diane really well and doesn't think he should see her flippers, but it doesn't seem that way -- Ripley says that he couldn't let her do that. She's all, "Are you kidding me? These breasts are magnificent." There's something really amateurish about her performance that I actually kind of enjoy. She's not very good, but she's working it. It is Queen on the soundtrack. Diane struts poolside looking for Lenny. In slo-mo, she opens her dress to reveal a fuchsia bustier. She keeps pursing her lips in this bad-ass way that makes me laugh. She's all taunting the people sitting by the pool. It's such an odd choice, but at least it's interesting.
They see Lenny in the pool with four topless big girls. Marcus appears behind Ripley and says that he flew in some plus-sized models from L.A. Nice work. Diane asks Ripley again if she should take her top off, and he says he doesn't think it'll make a difference. Jonesy says, "You may have a pair of queens, Diane, but he's got a full house." Heh.
Buddy's will is being read by Cruz Castillo. His ranchero gets Buddy's collection of Stetson hats, which doesn't seem to make him very happy. The rest of his $43 million is left to his daughter, Geneva Baxter. That means that Bunny gets nada. Bunny didn't even know that he had a daughter, either. She's at the table, though, and it's -- Taryn Manning! I'm aware that she's a totally acquired taste, but…I've got the fever.
At his office, Ripley tells someone on the phone not to screw around with him. Then, stone-cold sober Jonesy walks in with a fake beverage. Ripley says that they have to offer Lenny better odds.
Peter and Mick are watching the attendees depart Buddy's will-reading. The ranchero tells them the results. Inside, Bunny grills Cruz about why he never told her that Buddy had a daughter. He apparently changed his will to exclude Bunny on the night he was murdered. Bunny's riled up. She says that she's going to contest the will and make Cruz suffer for betraying her. He advises her against contesting, since he "knows" how Buddy got the gash in the back of his head the night he died. I really don't care about Buddy at all. No feelings one way or the other. Sad that he's dead, glad that he's dead -- nothing.