l told you l can't do handcuffs.
You have the right to remain silent!

-You know each other?

Never seen him before.
Just another criminal.

Bullshit. We took a stage combat class
together last fall.

Nice try, pal.
He's just trying to weasel
his way out of the crime.

-That's what he's doing.
-He looks like a real menace.

Who wants to explain?
Trey said he'd give me $50 if l
snatched the lady's purse and ran.

He'd pull up in his police car,
jump out. . .

. . .chase me up a fence,
beat me down, kick me--

All right, all right. Okay.
l set the whole thing up.
lt was a big setup.

l set it up to make it look
like l was. . . .

-l was auditioning to get this part.
-What part?

Your partner.
We've been interviewing.

lt won't be this moron.
l should report you
for impersonating a cop.

Put a lock on that ""moron"" shit.
Why you take everything so seriously?

You should be protecting,
not staging crimes.

-Someone could've got hurt.
-Like me.

l'm learning from a guy
who shot a news camera?

You got the part already.
l'm just trying to spruce it up.

-That's what you normally do at work.
-Better watch your mouth.

What are you gonna do,
wrap me up in caution tape?

No, l ain't gonna wrap you up
in caution tape.

But l'll tell you, punk, l might whip
your ass up and down the parking lot.

Work on your Starsky and Hutch
routine on your own time.

You better walk off.
l was getting ready to slap you.

-He's a disgrace.
-You'd work with him?

Never in a million years.
-l think we have good chemistry.


Thank you. All right.