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in a hurry.
I have to go to Michael Carlino's
party tonight, so...
- What did you wanna talk to me about?
- Frank?
- Go ahead.
- I'm not gonna ask her.
- You ask.
- You said you wanted to talk.
- Well, maybe I changed my mind.
- I don't care.
- You wanted... This is your idea.
- Why don't I go get ready...
...while you guys
work this out, okay?
Yeah, sure.
Why don't you just ask her,
you little ferret. Go on.
What, do I have to do everything?
Maggie, what do you know
about Michael Carlino?
Not much, really. I know he lent
my father some money...
...about two years ago
to start Guard Dog.
And he owns some
of the properties we protect.
Why? Are you still worried
about this union thing?
No. No, no.
Have there been a lot of burglaries
over the last couple of years?
Oh, I don't know. I've only been here
for the last six months.
- I got divorced, and I needed a job.
- Get up. What are you doing?
And my father asked me
to come work for him...
...until I got back on my feet.
Norman, what is this
all about, anyway?
We have reason to believe that
your father and Michael Carlino...
...are involved
in a major criminal conspiracy.
- Oh, you do?
- Yes, we do.
And I suppose
that you can prove that?
No, not yet, but we're working on it.
Well, work on it
someplace else, Dooley.
My father is a good man.
Now, you both get out of my house.
Come on, Frank.
Maggie, we're not implying that your
father did anything wrong, okay?
You know, you're a very nice man,
Norman, and I like you a lot.
But you let your partner
talk you into something...
...that doesn't make
a whole lot of sense.
I would expect it from him,
but certainly not from you.
And I'm very disappointed
in you, Norman.
Now, please leave.
I'm sorry.
I was a good cop,
and I'm right about this.
Get out.
Get out.
- You were great.
- All right.
Fun, fun, fun.
So Frank tells me you're an attorney.
And what line of work
would you be in?
I'm a technician in a tanning salon.
It's kind of boring.
- But I get all the free rays I want.
- Wonderful.
See, no tan line.
I don't see one, no.
You got a tan line?
- No tan line here.
- No tan line.
Are these girls wonderful or what?
Oh, wonderful.
Oh, what's with Mr. Gloomy Gus?
I just think you were
a little hard on Maggie.
I mean, I like her. You know,
my partner, Mr. Silver Tongue...
...tells her her father's
a crook to her face.
Wonderful bedside manner.
Should've been a doctor.
Why'd you do it, Frank?
Because he is a crook.
I chase crooks for a living.
That's what I do. I'm a cop.
I used to be a cop.
And you were a terrific cop, Frank.
The best.
- Thanks, Vicki.
- Yeah.
Can you get Peepee
to get a pitcher?
That'd be Pepe, and I sure can.
- Ned.
- What?
Look who... Come here.
Look who's here.
Hey, Frank, what's happening?
- Frank, how you doing?
- Word's on the street you got a job.
- Yeah.
- Guard Dog Security?
Well, hello there.
Hey, why don't you dance
with some real cops.
These rent-a-cops are such a drag.
Why don't we take these two
lovely ladies out for the evening.
- Right.
- Roller-skating?
No, I got a much better
idea than that.
These guys will take care
of the bill here.
I have a very serious question to
ask you. Are you enjoying yourself?
- Well, do you wanna know the truth?
- No, I don't wanna know the truth.
Then I'm having a wonderful time,
thank you.
I'm having a wonderful time too.
But we could have a better time
if we go upstairs and have a drink.
- No.
- No?
- Sorry. No, I'm working.
- What? Yeah?
You're working.
You're working for me.
No, no, I'm working for my father.
You're working for your father?
Like I said, you're working for me.
Who do you think owns Guard Dog?
Excuse me, I do have work to do.
- Good evening, gentlemen.
- Hey.
Frank, what are you guys
doing here?
We're working undercover.
Special assignment,
Operation Scumbag.


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