[music playing] [music playing] [dramatic music playing] A natural.
[exhale] It's a one shot beton the next hand.
If it's a tie, I pay 21-1.
Ooh, that's a long shot.
And I'll take $100.
What about you, Julian? Sure, why not? $500.
I'll stick with the bank.
House wins again.
Oh! Food's ready, let's eat.
[gasp] I won! [chatter and laughter] We're alone now.
What's on your mind? Uh.
How, um, come you had akitchen on every floor? I don't know.
How come you have sixbathrooms in your house? Seven.
Seven? I guess Americans arefanatics when it comes to owning kitchens and butlers.
Would you like a drink? No, thanks.
We have to believethe President.
It's my duty asthe Mayor and it's your duty as a businesswoman.
You're free to travel, to import, to export.
Why should thePresident be limited as to whom he sells arms? But he lied to us.
No, no, he didn't lie.
I worked very hardto build that house.
I designed it.
I picked out the carpets andthe drapes and the wallpaper.
[sigh] I entertained hisbusiness associates there.
(BITTERLY) I madePerry what he is today.
Man has no class.
[weeping] He wants to divorceme and marry our maid.
[sobs] He wants me to divorce him! Well, she is not goingto end up in my house.
Do you know I haven't even beento the country club this week? [sob] I'm so humiliated, I can'teven show my face there.
[sniff] Look, you're verybeautiful girl.
You shouldn't becarrying drinks around.
And what do you thinkI should be doing? Raising [inaudible]? So? What do you want to do about it? I, uh, I want to getrid of the two of them.
That's going to cost you.
I don't care.
Tell Perry that youare deeply [inaudible].
That you want to havethe time to explain things to your friendsat the country club.
And then go to the Bahamas.
Don't stay with thePetersons and don't come back until I say so.
Oh, I feel just awful.
Uh, you can understand, why I, I have to this? Absolutely.
Leave everythinguntil the morning.
The maid will clean up.
I'd like to spend the night.
Now, you know I never mixbusiness with pleasure.
Well, If you everchange your mind– Thank you, Vonda.
[music playing] [quiet chattering] [champagne glasses clink] [kiss] [dramatic music playing] [sudden splash] [whispers] Perry? (ALARMED) Max! What, what is this? Is it some kind of joke? Let's put the gun away.
[screaming] [electric sparking] [dramatic music playing] Come on.
[kissing noises] [electric guitar] No.
Ready? [electric guitar] [giggling] [giggling] [dramatic music playing] [door opening] [gasp]-Oh, shit! Debbie! [gasp] [dramatic music playing] Get out.
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JANE (ON RADIO): Mmk? No, I really hope I don't offendany Italians because, myself, I'm Italian andGerman descent, OK? Now, listen to this.
Under the Mussolini rule, a manmay not kiss a girl in public– [loud grunting] Unless [inaudible].
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[loud grunting] 32 years later, the soldieris retiring as a General.
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[laughter] Well, let's geton with the news.
[gasping] It seems mafia leader AntonioMarteezi is in the news again.
[bird chirping] [knocking] Come on.
Good morning, Jeff.
Good morning, you look horrible.
[scoff]-Why, why thank you.
I got about an hour'ssleep last night.
Oh, poor baby.
My heart bleeds for you.
[blows on bird] I saw those chicksleave this morning.
Can't I have your leftovers? I don't think, uh, yourwife would like that.
Every time she sleepswith me it's like she's doing me a big favor.
And she does meone favor a month.
Yeah, that's Rhonda.
Look, hey, I'm sorryI'm going to have to beat you this morning.
Loser buys breakfast.
Sic 'em, Ohai.
[laughs] Wait a minute, wait a minute! My partner'sthreatening to break up the partnership if I don'tshow up at the office one more day.
So what else is new? So you know what I said to him? I said, fuck you, pal.
Hey, I don't need this shit.
You know, I'm finding outthere's a lot more to life than having a law degree fromUCLA, fancy office in Beverly Hills, a wife who'sforever nagging me, and an erratic Jewishpartner with an ulcer.
Spends half his daysworrying, drinking milk, and taking pills.
Jeff, you've beencomplaining about this to me for the last five years.
Why don't you dosomething about it? I am doing something about it.
I've been asking you tolet you work with you.
Work with me? What if I tell you, I envy you.
You envy me? [phew] He envies me! Tell you what we'lldo, we'll trade.
You can have Kathleen, and I'llhave the ten new girls a week.
The grass is alwaysgreener on the other side.
Yeah, well, that's not grassthat's on the other side that's green that you're seeing.
It's Kathleen's face mask.
I haven't seen her realface since Christmas.
God! I need to put someexcitement into my life! Let me work with you.
Jeff, you're a lawyer.
You know what'slegal and what's not.
I know what I'mgetting myself into.
At least you can trust me.
You know you can, Max.
I'll think about it.
Don't take five years to do it.
Are you coming? Laura, I'm sorry.
I'm going to have to takea raincheck this time.
When did you get back? Today.
How long you intown for this time? Oh, a couple of days.
Come on! Get in, let's go.
We have to go pick up Chris.
Fine, fine, come on.
[engine starts] [honking] Listen, he already ate, so don't feed him, OK? OK, um– [car door slams] All right.
I can do it.
Uh? Hot, hot, hot, hot, hot, hot.
[groan] [baby giggling] What are you doing? Chris, you ready to take a nap? No.
[laughter] Can I get you something? No, no, I'm fine.
Is something wrong? No.
Why do you say that? You just seem kindof quiet today.
Uh, I was just thinking.
You having problems at work? No, no, work's, uh, work's just fine.
Come on, Chris.
Time for your nap.
Go and take this.
Max, please, I– Come on, buy somethingfor your boy, all right? I still have some leftfrom the last time.
Don't argue with me, huh? Come here.
[kissing] Just take it, just take it.
Come on, Chris.
We're gonna come right back.
Come on, honey.
[music playing] You know, I love you more thananything I've loved in my life? Then marry me! What if it happens again? Oh, Debbie! How many times do I have totell you, she meant nothing.
She was just, she was just agirl I met on the beach, OK? Come on, I'm really sorry.
If I trust you again, you won't break my heart? Cross my heart and hope to die.
Oh, don't say that.
Don't ever say die.
[kissing] I love you so much.
Then the answer's yes? Yes.
Yes! I am going to be the bestthing that ever happened to you.
Is [inaudible]the Maid of Honor? Your sister? Sure, why not.
[waves crashing] Why can't you stay tonight? I told you I have to go.
[sigh] You know, I feel likea high price prostitute.
You come into my life oncea month when you're in town, we go to bed, andyou pay me $1, 000.
(ANGRILY) Don't you eversay that again, you hear me? I'm sorry.
You are not a prostitute! Jesus, I love you, Gloria.
I told you, I havebusiness to take care of.
But one day I'll comefor you and Chris and we'll all live together.
You understand? Yeah.
[sigh] [sigh] Hey, Max! Yo, Max.
Hey, Max! Come on up.
[seagulls calling] Mailman.
Hey, you want somecoffee or something? No, it's OK.
How about a little tennis? Yeah, sure.
I'll just change my, uh, shirt in a second.
I sold my practicesof last night, huh? You are looking at a free man.
Now you've got more time onyour hands to watch what I do.
And what's thatsupposed to mean? Jeff you are a dear friend, but a very nosy neighbor.
You know, one day you're goingto miss me when I'm gone.
I can't believethe change that's come over Kathleen lately.
She actually woke up by10 o'clock in the morning yesterday, fixed me breakfast, and then surprised me with a cruise to the Bahamas.
Can you believe it? Maybe I ought to go, see what happens.
What do you think? What's wrong, Max? What's wrong, Max? So now I'll– I'll meet youat your place in an hour, OK? For Christ's sake, can'tyou tell me what's wrong? Nothing's wrong.
Come on, I'll seeyou at your house.
[phone ringing] All right.
[phone ringing] Hello? FEMALE VOICE (ON PHONE):What happened, Max? Where the hell areyou calling from? My house.
I told you not to comeback until I said so.
Oh, I couldn't wait any longer.
We can't talk right now.
I need to meet with you.
Why didn't you do it, Max? Why didn't you killhim, you son of a bitch? You told me youwere going to do it.
We had a deal, Max! Why didn't you kill them? Max? Max, are you there? Answer me.
[scoff] Max! Max? Who's at the house now? Oh, the maid and thegardener, and the poolman's here cleaning thepool and the jacuzzi.
The maid told me myhusband and the little slut went to New York for a week.
When did she tell you that? Just now.
Max? Max, are you there? Oh! [music playing] I need a quarter.
[music playing] [engine starting] All right, tell me again, Max.
Mary was visiting us.
Who's Mary? My wife's sister.
Your sister-in-law? [scoff] What'd you say? (LOUDLY) I said, yes.
My wife's sister ismy sister-in-law! Yes! Where was she staying? In a spare room.
Fuck! My wife, you knowthat, my wife! After my wife went to bed, I went into the kitchen to make myself a sandwichand Debbie, no, no, Mary.
My sister-in-law was there.
We started talking.
You know how it is, onething led to another and, uh, we went into, uh, into, uh, her room and, uh, we, uh– started making love? Fucking? Yeah.
Yeah, we were fucking.
That's when my wife came in.
She stabbed her sister.
Why didn't she stab you? I don't know Whydon't you ask her? You know what I think? I think you went tothe kitchen, tried to put the make onyour sister-in-law, she told you to fuck off, so youwent to her room with a knife and you threatened to cuther if she didn't fuck ya! One thing led to another andyou stabbed her in the back.
When your wife came inand saw her sister's body, she went into shock.
I can't a fuckingword out of her! Looks like a vegetable.
And as far as I'm concerned, you murdered your sister-in-law! No! Why don't you tellme the truth, Max? I'm telling you the truth, I didn't kill anyone.
This your knife? No, it's not.
Is this your wife's knife? Uh, I don't know.
You don't know.
We're going to be here another12 hours if we have to.
Because I don't believea word you're saying.
So why don't youspare me the bullshit and tell me the truth, Max? I'm telling you, Ididn't kill anyone.
She is the one.
She killed her? Yes.
Why would she killher own sister? Because she caughtme in bed with her.
Did she try to stab you? What happened aftershe stabbed her? She just, she just satthere staring at the body.
And you were so concerned youjust went over, gently took the knife away fromher, and called the police like a good citizen? That's right.
It's that how you got yourfingerprints on the knife? Yes.
Why didn't you wipeyour fingerprints off? What the fuckwould I do that for? I didn't kill anyone! I have nothing to worry about.
You've got a lotto worry about.
You're a murderer, an adulterer, a liar, and you killedyour sister-in-law.
(SCREAMING) No! All right.
From the top.
Where were you on Thursdayfrom 7:00 to 9:00? [birds chirping] Hey, you're an hourlate, what happened? Is everything OK? Yeah, yeah.
Listen, uh, Kathleen's aboutto put a couple of steaks on the grill, ya hungry? No, no.
Let's play, yeah? Hey, I've been waitingfor you, come on.
Who delivered my mail? What do you mean whodelivered your mail? The mailman.
Was it our regular mailman? [scoff] No, it was Santa Claus.
Of course it wasour regular mailman.
So, uh, why'd hegive my mail to you? He was about to put them inthe box so I took them from him.
Max, I brought youyour mail before, what's the big deal here? OK, so where was your mail? [sigh] What's with the fucking mail? Can you tell me whatthe problem is here? Yeah, did you look in my mail? [scoff] This is gettingreally weird, Max.
Look, you wanna justforget it for today? Jeff, did you open my mail? This is really stupid.
I'm not even goingto answer you.
Why don't you play tennisall by yourself, OK? Enjoy the game, huh? You know what I think? I'll tell you what I think.
I think too much sex hasgotten to your brain.
Have a nice day, OK– Now, you aregoing to answer me.
And I don't want to hearany fucking lies from you.
Did you look in my mail? Max.
[exhale] I didn't look in your mail.
I, really, Max, I didn't.
OK? [exhale] [whistle] Maybe Kathleen is right.
Maybe you are a wacko.
[phone ringing] Hello? Hello? [suspenseful music playing] [loud grunting] [loud grunting] [seagulls calling] [gunshot] [chatter and laughter] All right! All right, hey! OK, hold it, hold it.
Player wins, player wins.
Put one coin down here.
Hey, Max, it's 12 o'clock.
You gonna give us yourfamous 20-1 over the top? Sure, why not.
The next hand.
I'll bet $5, 000 on the bank.
Put another $5, 000 on a tie If you get a tie, you'regoing to wind up with $100, 000.
[giggle] Here, give me the shoe.
You deal it.
Bank shows 8, natural 8.
Player shows 8.
It's a tie, Max.
It's the winning hand.
You're not going to kill mefor winning that, are you, Max? I'll get your money, Jake.
[music playing] [panting] [soft moaning] [panting] [moaning] I love you.
I love you so much.
Please forgive me.
I love you.
I love you so much.
Please forgive me.
I like you too, [inaudible].
It's a suicidenote from your wife.
We found her in the bathtubwith her wrists slashed.
Did you tell herto commit suicide? Damn you, you're a son of a– Look at me asshole, I'myour worst fucking nightmare.
You're going be seeingme for a long time.
You can't leave townunless I say so.
You killed your sister-in-law.
But I can't prove it.
So I'm going to be watching you.
And someday, you swine, you'regoing to make a big mistake and I'm going towitness that mistake.
And I'm going to [inaudible].
And you're gonna sweatand sweat and then you're going to go to a drugstore.
And you're going to spend adime on a cheap razor blade and you're going to cutyour wrist because you can't stand to look at yourself.
You'll be so paranoid, you'll hide from the mailman and [inaudible].
You caused the deaths of twoinnocent and beautiful women.
And I'm going tomake you pay for it.
I'm going to be thereto pick up your body.
You sleep on that, asshole.
You're free to go.
Now get the fuck out of here.
Max? [whimpering] Mom? Chris is crying.
[crying] Come on, honey, we've got to get up.
[crying] Mommy, mommy! [crying] Honey, I've got to get up.
Max, I have to get up.
Chris is crying.
Let me get up, OK? [child sobbing outside door] Come on.
[inaudible] Come on.
[sigh] [child crying] [suspenseful music playing] [car door slam] [sigh] I'll be damned, the woman killer.
Long time, no see, Emil.
Sit– How'd you get in here? Sit down.
Look, Max, up until now, it's breaking and entering.
But you're in a lotof trouble, pal.
Jesus Christ, Emil.
I said, sit down! OK, go ahead.
Now, where are they? Where's what? The pictures and the negatives.
I don't know what thehell you're talking about.
Don't fuck with me, Emil.
Where are they? Jesus Christ, Max, Itold you I don't know what the hell you're talking about! You, fuck! Don't lie to me.
I don't know! Where were you betweenthe hours of 5:00 and 7:00 last Wednesday.
Who's Vicki? My wife.
We're recentlyseparated and she said she wanted to find herself, she went out and got a job.
We have 10-year-olddaughter and on Thursdays she has a computer class.
I babysit Tuesdays andThursdays from 5:00 to 9:00.
The one way to see my kid.
Honest, Max! I don't know what thehell you're talking about.
So help me God, I don't knowwhat you're talking about.
I don't know nothingabout pictures.
Max, I'm telling you the truth.
[shots fired] [music playing] [waves crashing] [seagulls calling] [phone ringing] Hello? Hello? [seagulls calling] [suspenseful music playing] Are you ready? What kind of picturesyou take with this? It belongs to my ex.
Why'd he give it to you? He didn't.
I borrowed it last weekend.
I took Chris out to the beachand we took some pictures.
How'd they turn out? I don't know, I didn'tpick them up yet.
We don't have to go outif you don't want to.
I can cook something here.
Uh, we'll go and havedinner and then we'll come back and watch a movie, OK? [tv characters chatting] [suspenseful music playing] [sigh] Max, would you tryto get some sleep? [suspenseful music playing] [chattering] No more bets? No more bets? [inaudible] bank.
[inaudible] First hand.
[commotion] [phone ringing] Hello? Speak to me, damn you! [slams phone] [chattering] All bets down? All bets down? Roll it, roll it.
There you go.
[screaming] [phone ringing] MAX (ON ANSWERING MACHINE):Hello, this is Max Gilden.
Sorry I'm not hereto take your call.
Please leave a message and I'llcall you back as soon as I can.
Wait for the tone.
[beep] ANTONIO (ON PHONE): Thisis Antonio Marchese.
Take the next flightout to Las Vegas.
I want to see you at8 o'clock tonight.
Oh, one more thing.
Bring $100, 000 with you.
Too much jogging willgive you a heart attack.
[laughing] Ah, Max.
[clinking] To the good ol' days.
It's good to seeyou, my friend.
It's been a long time.
Let's go get something to eat.
No, no, not this time, Peter.
But thanks forpicking me up, eh? Well, you sounded urgent.
What is it? It's Antonio Marchese.
Don't tell me yougot a beef with him? How powerful is he? Ah, Max, let me putit to you this way, I mean, I would much rathergo up against the US Army.
This guy's insane.
He would kill his own mother.
He's been on thenews every night.
Don't you read the paper? Yeah, yeah.
I heard he was accusedof killing somebody.
Accused, my ass.
He killed the wholefucking family.
He cut their throatswith a butcher knife.
The guy's a fucking wacko.
Eats his lunch on theroof of his office and he brings up a rifleand he points it at people.
He, he thinks he'sa fucking sniper.
He's got something on me.
He's blackmailing me, Peter.
This is the first payment.
Max, what the hell did you do That's a long story.
[sigh] Look, I'm sorry, Max, but this guy's got everybody on his side.
That's why he's going towalk away on this other deal.
Look, are you supposedto meet him or what? Yeah, I'm goingto his showroom.
I'll come with you.
Thank you, Peter.
That's OK, I'll be fine.
You just drop me offthere, all right? Jack, pull over.
Thanks for the drink.
You better take it easy.
I'll call you later.
You fucker, you.
Good to see you.
[music playing] [music becomes dramatic] I heard you were a smart manand this certainly proves it.
It's a five year contract.
You do what I tell youand you walk away free, no strings attached.
But if you messwith me in any way, I'm going to have yourballs for breakfast.
With me, you can't fuck up.
You don't make any mistakes.
See, Max, on yourown, you're a fuck up.
And that's why I now own you.
Now this is howit's going to work.
Your rich friends are going tocontinue to play at your place.
I figure they should drop$5, $7 million a year.
That's a tidy sum.
You'd invest everyminute of your time seeking new rich friends.
You are to visitthem in their homes.
But presents for theirkids, fuck their wives, get them laid.
Whatever the problemis, Max, we'll solve it.
Do you have any questions, Max? No questions.
The cut is 80-20 and I don'tget a cent less than 80.
And you're not going toshortchange me, right Max? Right.
Then we're partners.
Let's drink to our partnership.
[bottles clink] [evil laughter] Jeff! Come on.
What do you want? I want you to bemy friend again.
Oh, you want meto be your friend? Great.
Why? Something happenedthat day, OK? What happened? What happened? I'm really sorryI reacted that way.
I mean, you know Ididn't mean to hurt you.
Yeah, well, why can't youtell me what happened then? [chuckle] God, you're a nosyson of a bitch.
You should have beena girl, you know that? What's that supposed tomean, I should've been a girl? [laughing] Da– listen, youfucking flipped out.
I don't know whathappened yesterday, man, but you really flipped.
And now you want meto be your friend.
Sure, why not? Why? Yeah, why? Because, uh, Ibeat you at tennis, I beat you at backgammon, I even beat you running.
[scoff] You pay for all of mymeals and you never learn.
Why do you bet me, Jeff? I'm a gambler.
You can't beat a gambler.
You run today? Did you see me run today? No.
I was out of town.
I just got in.
I'll race you in for breakfast.
[chuckle] Oh, God, younever learn do you? One, two, three, go! Shit, you are learning.
[music playing] Kicked your ass! [panting] [heavy breathing] [coughing] Jesus Christ, are you nuts? These things will kill you.
Come on, come on, keep moving.
You can't tell mewhat to do, I beat you.
Say, uh, did you go on thatcruise, uh, to the Bahamas, wasn't it? Oh, yeah, we went.
But I met a real nicegirl on the ship.
You met a nicegirl on the ship? What do you mean? Oh, Kathleen and I hada falling out the minute we got on board.
We ended up on twoseparate vacations.
It's all over, Max.
But you wanna hear the kicker? Get this, my ex-partneris representing her in court on a divorce case.
She went to him? Yeah, she went to him.
You believe it? Four fucking yearsin the same office.
That son of a bitch.
[sigh] You know, it's funny.
You think once yougraduate and start working life's going to be so easy.
Like putting your lifeon automatic pilot.
And it'll be smoothsailing until you hit 70 and then you retireto Miami and die.
Listen, I'm having agame at my house tonight.
You're invited, OK? Well, I'm touched.
It's a $5, 000 minimum buy.
You sure you can afford that? No problem.
[chattering and laughing] All bets down.
[inaudible]card to the player.
[inaudible] Player wins.
Excuse me, sir.
9 of your chips please.
[throws coins] [coughs] [inaudible] that's it.
[chattering] [inaudible] bets.
All bets down.
No more bets? Just take it easy.
[exhale] You OK? I'm fine.
Look, lend me another $1, 000.
I think you've lostenough for one night, huh? Come on.
What about the girls? I think it's time to go home.
Hm? Come on, Jerry.
[phone ringing] Hello? Yeah, hold on.
It's for you.
Hello? MALE VOICE (ON PHONE): Bring$500, 000 to Bethline Road.
Friday at 1:00 PM.
In exchange I'll give youthe two bodies, the pictures, and the negatives.
If you don't show, I'm dumpingthe bodies on the steps of the police station.
Now, wait– uh, hello? Is something wrong? No.
No, go to sleep.
Five, six, seven, eight.
[music playing] Interesting hobby, Antonio.
How much is there? $78, 000.
No, no, no, no, no.
That's not good enough.
Business has notbeen that great.
Business has notbeen that great? Then you're not doingwhat I asked you to do.
[music playing] I want you to beon a more personal basis with your clientele.
You're providing the gambling, but not the entertainment.
Antonio, I do many things, but, uh, I'm not a pimp and I'm not a pusher.
It's just not mything, you know? I don't do drugs myself.
I know you're not a druggieand I know you're not a pusher.
But that's why you'llmake a great supplier.
What if I say no? [music playing] I don't think you'lldo that, Mr.
See, you're a smart man.
And if you cross me, I'm going to have your little friend, Gloria, sucking dick for $15 a head in a Nevada cathouse.
Do I make myself clear? [music playing] What about the pictures? What pictures? Call your dogs off.
OK, so you've gotsomething on me right now and there's nothingI can do about it.
So we'll share my profits.
But I don't need phone callsin the middle of the night.
Max, you're talking circles.
I don't know whatyou're talking about.
Talk to me.
Let's cut thebullshit, Antonio.
I don't like being blackmailed.
I'm not blackmailing you.
Blackmail is a dangerousgame, Mr.
If you don't knowwhat I'm talking about, what the hell haveyou got on me? I've got nothing on you! I like you.
[laughter] Hey, uh, Antonio, uh, tell me something, uh, what the fuck am I paying you for? Because you're takingaway my business.
Gilden, I am a businessman.
You fucked up because youdidn't come to me first.
Can you imagine whatwould happen if every punk in the city opens up a Casino? Max, nobody fucks me! [laughter] [gunshot] There, Antonio.
Give me your big gun.
Give it to me! Max, we can workthis thing out.
[gunshot] Don't even think about it.
Get away from the gun.
Max? We're gonna work it out.
[music playing] [breaking glass] [screaming] Give me the bag! [gunshots] [dramatic music playing] Get the balcony.
You get the lights.
[dramatic music playing] [gunshots] [gunshots] [shout] [fighting] Son of a bitch.
[yelling] [groaning] [thud] Break.
[wood clanking] [groaning and shouting] [struggling] [glass shattering] [shout] [grunting] [music playing] MALE VOICE (VOICEOVER): Bring$500, 000 to Betheline Road.
Friday, 1:00 PM.
In exchange, I'll give youthe two bodies, the pictures, and the negatives.
If you don't show, I'm dumpingthe bodies on the steps of the police station.
What the fuck areyou looking at? I bought it from you.
$50, 000's the best I can do.
Jesus Christ, I paidyou over $130, 000 for it.
It's got less than200 miles on it.
Look! Take it or leave it.
Why you! Get it out of here.
I want the cash today.
Paul, if you're stillinterested in my house you've got 24 hoursto raise the money.
I don't know, Max.
It's a lot of cash to raise.
Julian, save it, will you? I know what it's worth.
And we both know that you canturn it over tomorrow if you want and we'll make a killing.
So don't waste my time, huh? Julian, I need the money now.
Do you want it or not? Let me get this straight.
We're going to the airport.
Only Chris and Iare going to Mexico and you're going tomeet us there later? That's right and we don't havea lot of time, so please hurry.
I'm not going any place untilyou tell me what in the hell's going on.
Didn't I alwayssay that one day I'd come for you and Chris, huh? Well, this is it.
The day has come.
Pretty soon we're goingto be lying on a beach together just the two of us.
That is, uh, unless youdon't love me anymore? I love you so much.
I'm just scared.
Look, everything's goingto be just fine, huh? Now look, this bag youtake with you on the plane.
Don't let it out of your sight.
And don't open ituntil I get there, OK? What's in it? Gloria, please! Just trust me, please.
[sigh] [dramatic music playing] [explosion] Player wins, 4 over 3.
How we doing? Just fine.
Hey, Joe, go give usthat 20-1 on the tie? Sure.
You got $5, 000 on a tie.
All bets down.
Cards to player.
Cards to the bank.
Player has 7.
Bank wins with a natural 9.
I'll be in my officeif you need me.
[music playing] Place your bets, Miss.