Midnight Run

Thanks a lot.
-Sit down.
-Yeah, that's great. Very kind of you.

Nice, much better. Thank you. Good.
What are you doing?
What am l doin'?

Maybe l can help you. l am an accountant.
You know what l was thinkin',
after l turn you in and collect my money...

...l'm gonna open a nice little coffee shop.
How much exactly are you getting for me,
if l may ask?

l don't think that's any of your concern,
but l'll tell you just to tell you.


Does that mean you'd take $100,000
to let me go?

Not by a long shot.
l never took a payoff in my life,
and l won't start with someone like you.

-Why not?
-Because you're a criminal.

You deserve to go where you're goin',
and l'm gonna take you there.

lf l hear any more shit from you...
...l'll bust your head,
l'll put you back in that hole...

...l'll stick your head in the toilet bowl
and make it stay there.

l have to tell you,
a restaurant is a very tricky investment.

More than half of them go under
within the first six months.

lf l were your accountant,
l'd have to advise you against it.

You would? You're not my accountant.
lf l were your accountant--
l told you, l took you out here--
No, l'm just saying that
it's a very tricky business and...

...if l were your accountant, l'd really have
to advise you against it, as an accountant.

-You're not my accountant.
-l realize l'm not your accountant.

l'm just saying if l were your accountant.
How the hell could he miss the plane?
He called from the airport!

All right. Time to bring in Marvin.
Call him up. He's in Pittsburgh.