"Five hundred dollars?" Scout's job is to kick people while they are down. "And you put up your laptop?" He sits in the chair beside Will. "Bold move," Verve says. Terri is playing with something in her hand. "It was a stupid move," Will says. Scout says he should have asked for it back. Nice. That'll get you on everyone's good side in the gambling room. "Yeah, Scout's right," Terri says. "You shouldn't have to pay. Ryder's a total jerk-off." "Jerk-off or not, I have to pay it." Scout asks how he's going to pay. "You're not exactly raking in the dough at the diner." He really is an asshole. How about you lend him the money, rich roomie? Verve says that he's hungry. Terri agrees. Verve tells him that if he needs to borrow any money "there are plenty of people here with a lot more money than me." They laugh. He says that if Will needs anything, he'd be happy to help him out. Terri says she'll do the same. Scout stays suspiciously quiet throughout this entire "being a friend" exchange. Will thanks them and says he can handle it. Terri and Verve leave. Will says he'll work extra shifts at the diner. "I guess I won't be taking Caroline Bus out to dinner." Here's a quick tip. If you're still referring to her by using her first and last name? She's not really your girlfriend anyway. Scout offers to "loan" him the money. "And you can pay me back instead of Ryder." Not really the kindness Verve and Terri offered. Will says he doesn't want to bring anybody else into this. Scout stares. Will says he made the bet and he's going to handle it. Scout reminds him that he's there if he needs him. As Scout gets up and leaves he turns around as this bad dubbing asks, "Oh, by the way. Jake and Hamilton are..." Will nods and says, "Oh, yeah. Definitely." Cue the Steel Drums of Non-Gay Love.
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