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atter how great a deal it sounds, never buy anything from someone who's out of breath. who's for dessert? i am. i am. eat your vegetables first. what are we doing next? a little live-bait night fishing on the pier, followed by a private screening of a great american western, sodas and popcorn included. yes! i thought so. excuse us a sec. noble: sure, uncle philly. come on. so riordan, huh? yeah. how do you spell that? r-i-o-r-d-a-n. you got any family, jimmy? uh, no, i'm single. no, no, no. family you come from. oh. uh, my father, my brother, my sister. your mother?
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she passed away. oh, i'm sorry to hear that. i miss her every day. yeah. there's one thing i don't get. you take noble to the hospital, you get him checked in... yet you don't wait around for someone to get there. not sure i understand the question. what was the hurry? no hurry. i just thought, an overdose, they'd probably notify the cops. the cops want to question me, do i know this, did i see that? good. good... noble. yeah? come inside. noble: right. (clears throat) excuse me. excuse me. everybody. thank you, thank you. good evening. welcome, everyone. before my beautiful niece
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bianca serenades us, i wanted to introduce a very, very special guest. jimmy, here, is the good samaritan who we have to thank for noble being alive to host us tonight. (applause, cheering) so... jimmy, from the bottom of all our hearts, molto grazie. all: cheers. salud. thank you. prego, signor sanfino. (laughs) pretty good for a mick, huh? (all laughing) (soft piano music playing) so, you know the farleys from the next block over? they listed their house for $499,000. they'll never get it. though, it'd be nice for us if they did. mm-hmm. (cell phone buzzing) go ahead, danny, get it.
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go, jack. all right, tara has one of rosalita's alias cells triangulated. she's at, uh, 29th and madison. there's a hotel on the southeast corner, probably your location. roth's tracking from forest hills and towards the 59th street bridge. all right. can you stay with it? i told you, it's my mom's birthday. i can't stand her up. danny: of course. look, i got my laptop at the hotel, okay? just zip everything over to me there. all right. sorry, partner. danny: don't say sorry. come on, it's your mom's birthday. tell her happy birthday from me and linda. jackie: sure. bye-bye. the theater's on 44th, between broadway and 8th. you're a pal. south side of the street. yeah. okay, i'll see you there. so lisa's going to meet me there. which means you're off the hook for the show. i hope you understand, linda.
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it is what it is. bianca: ♪ i heard there was ♪ a secret chord ♪ david played, and it pleased the lord ♪ (phone buzzes) ♪ but you don't really care hey, there. ♪ for music, do you? yeah. yeah. no, just, uh... just take him to the place that we talked about. and listen to me: i do not want a scratch on him till i get there. uh, around 10:00. okay. ♪ hallelujah ♪ hallelujah... hallelujah ♪ hey. is she as good as any one of those american idols or what? definitely. ♪ hallelujah...
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look, linda... i always love you. i don't always show it. tonight i can't show it the way you deserve, but i do. you know, when i married you, i knew i would have to share you with the job on some nights. right. i'm just sad that tonight is one of those nights. me, too. because you look amazing in that dress. it's a little short, but... i actually kind of like that. it is short. and i'm not wearing any underwear. (laughing) all right. so there's a party at tabu, and then i got a table for the late show at the blue note. then i'm in. i call shotgun. no, no, no!
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girls cannot call shotgun in a porsche. what? come on, i don't mind. you are such a jerk. come on. fine. what are you doing? noble: all right. wait here. why? 'cause i asked you to. then can jimmy wait with me? if he wants. it won't be long. i get shotgun, then. let's go, jimmy. be back in a minute.
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richie. you look like crap. i'm so sorry, man. please, let me make it up to you. oh. yeah. you're gonna. richie: please. yeah, because of you, i spent two nights in the hospital, and then got sent up for 30 days in rehab. i got that stuff from my usual guy. i had no idea... because of you, my life didn't just fall off the rails, man. i-it went down the embankment, through the orphanage, and into the gas tanks. i mean... i ought to kill you. richie: please... but... step nine of the 12 steps instructs us to make amends. so... let's you and me make amends, huh?
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(grunts) come on. come on, richie, down the hatch now! come on! richie, come on! (chuckles): oh. do it. (grunts) okay, okay, fine. do you want to know what my friends here really wanted to do with you? (grunts) no? take your medicine then, buddy. come on. go! go! (inhales) (sighs) all right. (coughs) okay, okay. take it easy, huh? what's in it? oh, it's, uh, crystal meth. and some smack to, uh, counter the meth. and a heaping helping of pure lsd so the whole thing will be a lasting memory. how we doing, rich? (laughing)
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hey. over here. what are you doing here? i told you i got this. i don't work on your timetable, you work on mine, you understand? now light up. i told you, i quit. and i'm assuming you told roth you were going for a smoke, right? so you better smell of smoke when you go back upstairs. what the hell happened to you last night? glenn got a call, i think, about the accident. so he had to book. what the hell does that mean? i didn't feel like dealing with you, so i slipped out the back. why? i like the guy, okay? i needed a little more time to think this through. oh, you like the guy, so you screw me over instead. glenn and his family lost all their money to madoff. you think i give a rat's ass what that scumbag lost to madoff? so he's got a story. and he's attractive and he's jewish, so i decided to sleep with him. where's my evidence? i can't screw the guy before i do the guy. it's got to be the other way around.
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i got a code, too. okay, here's the deal, rosalita. you're gonna get me a tape in the morning or your ass will be in rikers by lunch. you follow me? don't test me again. cool your jets. don't test me again. i will bury you. where do you want me to drop it? drop it at the dandridge hotel at the front desk. cop can afford the dandridge? the wife and i won a romantic weekend together. so what are you doing here? that's a good question. i got this. okay? you better. go. now, be a good boy and take your medicine. (grunts) come on. come on! (sniffs) (pants, chokes) (gasping) (laughs) shh-shh-shh. (grunting) are those bats?! (screams) whoa!
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(both screaming) (laughs) whoa, whoa, whoa. i'm yanking your chain, dude. come on. bats? (laughs) all right. (sighs) (groaning) just gonna leave him here? cut him. loose. cut him loose. (chuckles): come on. knock-knock. linda? linda: you dropping by or you staying? i'm staying. how was the show? really good.
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you missed it. yeah? sorry about, uh, you know, messing things up tonight. whatever, danny. will you put on snl? i hear alec baldwin's hosting. sure. i brought dessert. so did i. (the magnificent seven theme playing over tv) frank: think they had fun? henry: of course they did. i can remember you and grandpa took me
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for a night on the town when i was about their age. we went to see spartacus at the old rivoli and had dinner at jack dempsey's. i've still got the picture somewhere of you and the champ. you were ten. and the two of them had advice for me. henry: oh, yeah. and it always ended with, "but don't tell your mother i said that." i know where the tickets are. oh. okay. if you ever got tickets to a musical, it would've been for mom, not yourself. so you would've put them where she kept her treasures. the wooden box over the fridge. voila. (sighs) erin: very impressed. grandpa, you got them tickets to the book of mormon? what? it's a broadway musical about some american missionaries in africa. okay, well, i've seen it; it's not for kids.
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you dodged a bullet. i think that's a little overstated. oh, well, that depends on your appetite for explaining jokes about jesus, aids, the finer points of the female anatomy to your grandsons. really? mm-hmm. oh. (knock on door)
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(humming) and how was your stay, dr. roth? just perfect, thank you. here's a copy of your bill. do you need any help with luggage or transportation? we have his ride right here. what are you doing here? glenn roth, you're under arrest for criminally negligent homicide in the death of liam keogh. ah, this is ridiculous. (handcuffs click) i want my lawyer. well, you're gonna need a new one of those. we're arresting your lawyer, too. you're gonna regret this, detective. not as much as you. we'll get his bags. hey! both: mom! dad! oh. hey. you guys behave? yeah. they were angels. yeah, right. no kidding. dad, you have to see the magnificent seven. it's the best movie ever. magnificent seven-- i already saw that movie when i was your age. and i saw it with the same two old cowboys as you.
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really? where's dad? he's with jamie, in the living room. all right. dinner in 15. all right. it was pretty brutal. guy's okay? yeah, he's in king's general-- stable. i guess the apple doesn't fall far from the family tree. that's the thing, though. isn't the wise guy way like, "you put one of ours in the hospital, we put one of yours in the morgue"? noble didn't do that. what are you getting at? just that this was more "an eye for an eye." biblical, not gangster. still pretty damn sadistic. yeah. all right, so what are you gonna do about it? only thing i can do. wait for occb to put me back in. you still have a choice. you can still walk away. not if i want to really contribute. dinner. captioning sponsored by cbs the all-new volkswagen jetta. it's great, for the price of good. that's das auto. captioned by media access group at wgbh
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