View-Master. Niagara. Gift shop. Jaye watches I Surrender to Destiny. The UPS delivery guy shows up again and says hello. He asks Jaye about the weather. She rolls her eyes at him. The wax lion tells her to ask him about the ring. Now, if she didn't want that thing talking to her anymore, why would she bring it to work? Anyway, Jaye doesn't want to ask about the ring, and doesn't want that thing talking to her anymore, so she tries to ignore it as the UPS guy leaves. So the wax lion pulls a WB frog on her, singing, "Hello, my baby! Hello, my honey! Hello, my ragtime gal" until she obeys him. You know, I'm calling him a UPS guy, but his shirt says "EPS." I don't care. Jaye runs up to the UPS guy and asks him what happened to his wedding ring.
Zoom to the UPS guy in civilian clothes, watching his wife move all of her things out of their home. "What'd I do wrong?" he asks. He's holding a can of Pringles. She doesn't answer. She walks out of frame.
UPS guy tells Jaye he doesn't wear the ring anymore. He says they talked about this already: "Remember?" Jaye says she doesn't remember that. UPS guy is all, "Sure we did. The divorce?" And suddenly Jaye remembers. That's a little awkward. Did it really happen, or is she playing along? The UPS guy says he still doesn't know what he did wrong. Jaye asks what happened to the ring. The UPS guy breaks into tears as he admits he pawned it, and then hustles out of the shop. Jaye smirk-pouts and then goes, "Poor bitch." She turns to the wax lion and hisses, "You made me make him cry." The digeridoo starts up as Jaye walks to the window and watches the UPS man toss a coin into the fountain.
COIN CAM! We watch the quarter flip and spin into the fountain.
The lion tells Jaye, "See a penny, pick it up." Jaye pouts out of frame.
COIN CAM! The quarter hits the bottom of the fountain.
The UPS guy leaves.
Shot of the statue. Jaye walks over and stares at the coins. One is extra-shiny. It's the quarter. She rolls up her sleeve and puts her hand in the water. A blonde girl walks over and says, "You're not supposed to steal." Jaye sneers to her, "You're not supposed to talk to strangers. Piss off!" Maybe if Jaye were funnier I'd find her endearing. But man, she's grumpy. Jaye stares at the quarter. The eagle moves on its branch. Jaye jumps and flings the quarter. It rolls.