Winners and Sinners



Impressive enough for you?

Course not. You got caught,

didn't you? Get in there.

What are you still

standing around for?

Sir, he was here first.

Get a move on.

You're lucky I'm in a good mood,

or you'd be bleeding to death by now.


Don't even try.

Where did you get

the counterfeit US dollars?

I withdrew it from my bank.

You mean to tell me your bank

is issuing counterfeit money?!

Sir, the money is not counterfeit.

And you're saying it's real?


Now I'm not in such

a good mood anymore.

No! It's fake! I found it.

Good. You just escaped

a potentially very miserable death.

You should have been upfront

with me.

You were asking for trouble.

Now, we'II...

Sir, he just confessed.

Every single note is 100% authentic.

I checked with the bank.

He did make the withdrawal.

And you beat him up like that...

Sir, I'll settle the score.

Sir, he agreed

to drop any complaints.

Hold it.

I've already sent an undercover cop.

Is there something else I can do?

Yes. Track down the litterbugs in the park.

What bad luck.

I was too impulsive.

I'm the oldest and therefore

the "elder" of the pack.

I'm second in line.

I'm third then.

I'm fourth.

Then I'll be the fifth.

From now on,

we must stick together.

Whose turn to clean the toilets?


The air is fresher on the other side.

What's wrong with you? Asthma?

Just re-acquainting myself

with the outside air.

I don't think you'll ever get used to it.

Why don't you get back in there?

Now, don't you follow us around.

Let's go.

Let's wait for Teapot.

No. Let's not.

Come on, let's...

You're right, we should go now.

You guys are not seriously treating

me like this, are you?

Let him come along.

Look at your outfit. Here, take this.

Big brother.


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