Double Take

Well, according to the two D cups
on your watch, it's dinnertime.

You got dinnertime money?
I'm just jokin'. I'm just jokin'.
- You know, your credit's good with me.
- Excuse me, sir.

Here's the paper you wanted.
That's for him.
- Thanks, Guido.
- It's Vito.

- Whatever. - Thank
you, sir. - Anytime now.

- Why don't you just bury your head in his ass?
- Let's see. One dinner...

- You gentlemen ready to order?
- Ah, yes, yes.

I'm going to have...
Let's see here.
The prime rib, medium rare.
And bring me some Grand Marnier
over the rocks.

That's the way we used to have it when I
was in Harvard. Chauncey made the best ones.

I'm gonna have the yard bird
burnt to a crisp.

Now, I need you to spit on that
with a little bit of hot Tabasco.

And I'm gonna wash all that down
with a 40 dog of Schlitz malt liquor.

I'm sorry, sir. I don't believe
we have Schlitz malt liquor.

No Schlitz malt liquor?
No Schlitz malt liquor?

Well, ain't that some shit. How you
gonna run a successful business...

and you ain't got
no Schlitz malt liquor?

You ain't keepin' it real.
You ain't representin'.

What you doin' up in here, boy?
Uh, uh, uh, shit.

- I'll see what I can do, sir.
- Ya do that.

Fresh-Prince-of-Bel-Air-looking mo...
He do look like
the father on the Fresh Prince.

Hey, uh, look, bro.
We ain't gettin' nowhere by fightin'.
Why don't you just talk to me?

I mean, how bad can it be?
It ain't like you murdered anybody.