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not worried
something might happen?
No. For three reasons:
I'm not that lucky.
Two: We have smoke detectors...
...and D: We live in the most boring
street in the United States...
...where nothing even remotely
dangerous will ever happen. Period.
Who is it?
It's Little Nero's.
I have your pizza.
Leave it on the doorstep
and get out of here.
Okay.
What about the money?
What money?
Well, you have to pay
for your pizza, sir.
Is that a fact?
How much do I owe you?
That'll be $ 11.80, sir.
Keep the change, you filthy animal.
- Cheapskate.
Hey.
I'm gonna give you
to the count of ten...
...to get your ugly, yellow...
...no-good keister
off my property...
...before I pump you full of lead.
One, two... ten.
A lovely cheese pizza, just for me.
- To Dallas/Forth Worth.
American Airlines...
So we have the $500,
the pocket translator...
...the two first-class seats,
that's an upgrade...
Is that a real Rolex?
- Do you think it is?
- No.
But who can tell?
I also have a ring.
Oh, that is beautiful!
They're boarding.
She's offered us two first-class
tickets if we go Friday.
Plus a ring, a watch,
a pocket translator, $500 and...
The earrings.
She's got her own earrings.
A whole shoebox full of them.
- Come on, come on.
- No, but...
I'm desperate.
I'm begging you.
From a mother to a mother. Please!
- Oh, Ed.
Please!
Oh, all right.
"Dear Santa, I got a sister last year.
This year I'd rather have Clay-Doh. "
I didn't mean it.
If you come back, I'll never
be a pain in the butt again.
I promise. Good night.
I'm dreaming
Of a white
Christmas
Just like the ones I used to know
Where those treetops glisten
And children listen
To hear sleigh bells
In the snow
The snow
Are those microwave dinners good?
- I don't know.
- I'll give them a whirl.
For the kids.
Hold on, I got a coupon for that.
It was in the paper this morning.
$19.83.
Okay.
Are you here by yourself?
Ma'am, I'm 8 years old.
You think I'd be here alone?
I don't think so.
Where's your mom?
- In the car.
- Where's your dad?
- He's at work.
- What about brothers and sisters?
I'm an only child.
- Where do you live?
- I can't tell you.
- Why not?
- Because you're a stranger.
Hello, Kevin!
Shut up!
I don't get it.
It looks like there's nobody's home.
Last night the place is jumping.
Something ain't right.
Go check it out.
Now?
No, tomorrow, egghead!
Now! Go ahead.
"Now?"
Shit!
Get the hell out of here.
All right, Johnny.
But what about my money?
What money?
A. C. Said you had
some dough for me.
Is that a fact?
How much do I owe you?
A. C. Said ten percent.
Too bad A. C. Ain't in charge no more.
What do you mean?
He's upstairs, taking a bath.
He'll call you when he gets out.
Hey, I tell you what
I'm gonna give you, Snakes.
- Snakes?
I'll give you to ten...
...to get your ugly,
yellow, no-good...
...keister off my property...
...before I pump you full of lead.
All right, Johnny.
I'm sorry. I'm going.
One, two... ten.
Keep the change, you filthy animal.
What happened?
I don't know who,
but somebody got blown away.
Somebody beat us.
They're in there.
Two of them.
There was arguing.
One blew the other one away.
- Who?
- I don't know.
I recognized one of their voices.
I heard that name "Snakes" before.
Snakes? Snakes. Snakes.
I don't know no Snakes.
Snakes. Let's get out of here.
Hold it. Hold it.
Let's wait and see who it is.
We work this neighborhood too.
- Yeah.
- Suppose the cops finger us on a job...
...and they ask us
about a murder in the area.
Won't it be nice to have
a face to go with it?
That's a good idea.
Of course it's a good idea.
Snakes?
He

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