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I saw you with him once. But you didn’t see me. Anyway, I know all about you. Oh, you do? Is that good or bad? It’s good. Then I take it you want to do business? Yeah, but not the kind you think. You see, I’m in the same business Tony’s in, only on a lot bigger and better scale. I do business only with the most important people. I’d like to make you a deal a lot more profitable than the one you have with Tony. No, I’m satisfied where I’m at. Thanks, but no thanks. I don’t expect you to make a decision right now. Give it some thought. The name is Lance. Give me a call when you’re sick of Tony. It’s all there, you don’t have to count it. From now on, Tony, I want more money. So now comes the time to hold me up, right? No, I just think I deserve a bigger cut, that’s all. Deserve a bigger cut? You deserve ! You’re lucky to be getting what you’re getting. You broads are all alike, you get the taste for a little bread then you want it all. I don’t want it all, I just want a little bit more, that’s all- That’s all you’re gonna get, you’re not gonna get another nickel. Oh, you don’t like it? Well, you can just get yourself another agent. Now get the out of here. Bitch. Hey, you’re gonna be terrific. And I get percent of the take, right? That’s right, baby. And the rates are a hell of a lot higher than what you’ve been getting from those bums Tony’s been fixing you up with. I do business only with the most important people. Is that okay? Sounds fine. And lots of fringe benefits, too. Oh yeah, like what? Is that what I think it is? It is, and it’s the best. Want to try some? Sure! And maybe afterwards, we can get to know each other. Maybe. Hey Tony, this is Kim. Yeah, I got a message for you pal. Get ed. (door knocking) Come in. You’re from the agency. That’s right. My, my, they certainly outdid themselves this time, you’re a dream come true. Thank you, sir. Call me Wen. And what’s your name? Kim. Kim. Kim, a beautiful name for a beautiful girl. Can I fix you a drink, Kim? Just coke, thanks. Coke? Alright. You’re new at the agency, aren’t you? Well, I just started recently. So you know what to expect? Well, I’m not that new. I mean, I know we’re not going to the opera. We’re going to get along very well together. Very well, indeed. Hey, what is all this stuff? Oh, they didn’t tell you what to expect. You’re in for a big surprise. What the hell is going on here? Are you crazy? So you stabbed him full of holes. What else could I do? The way he came at me, that look in his eye. Nobody treats me like that. I didn’t know, honest. Well, look, we do get some weird hosts. They call them eccentrics. What are we going to do? Hey, look, baby, don’t sweat it. I take care of my girls. We just simply get some puppet to take the rap. There’s always some fink the boys are trying to get rid of. No, it’s weird. I’m all scary. I don’t feel bad. I feel almost good about it. For once, I didn’t just sit back and get hurt. I struck back. When I think of all the I took from Tony, that son of a bitch. Hi. Hi. Back early, aren’t you? Yeah, Mr. Whatever-His-Name-Is didn’t show. He didn’t? Well, that’s the way it goes sometimes. What are you doing, just relaxing? Mmm-hmm. Well, I hope not too much. No, not too much. What’s that? That’s a present for you. It is? What is it? What the hell is it? What the hell does it look like? It looks like a gun, is it real? Of course it is. You can’t go bumping off people with an ice pick. It’s too clumsy. What are you talking about? Kim, I saw the look in your eye yesterday when you talked about Tony. Now, you can do both of us a favor. Waste him. You’re kidding, of course. No, I’m not. He’s got a contract out on him. Tony’s a smartass. And he’s been ticking off the wrong people. Feels nice, doesn’t it? Yeah. Kinda. But I don’t need it- I mean, I don’t want it! Look, even if I should decide to waste Tony, I mean, couldn’t I just use your gun? I don’t plan on making a habit out of this. Baby, you’re gonna dig this action. I can tell. You’ve got the constitution for it. All you have to do is take care of some of your personal affairs, and then I can get you some more jobs. I can’t do it, Lance. I mean, I may be a hooker, but I’m not a hit girl. Well then, it’s time you graduated. Look, there’s nothing to it. Someone’s all set up to take the rap for Tony’s death, and we continue to protect you. And you’re gonna make money. Big bucks. How much money? Enough to get my body out of hock? There’ll be no more dirty old men for you. Except one. Me. Well, you feel good. The money sounds good. But I don’t even know how to use that thing! Well, I’ll teach you that. Lance, can I move in with you? Sure, hey, why not? You spend most of your time here anyways when you’re not going to school or out there doing your thing with those dirty old men. Hey, alright! Not too shabby, huh? Five times in a row. Let me try it one more time. Oh, no, no, no need to. Why not? Well, you’ll be at close range tonight. You can’t miss. Tonight? Yeah. It’s all set up. Nervous? Nah, guess not. Guess the idea of that creep looking down this barrel appeals to me so much.