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When'd you buy these? They're beautiful.
- So where are the drapes? On your bed?
- How's your school?
- Good. Hard.
- I would love to go back.
- So go!
compared to what you've been through.
Thank God for this one, huh?
She really did.
- How you doin', Rosie?
- Hi, Jimmy.
Hey, little girl.
Hey, little girl. Big girl.
- What's up?
- Yeah, we got the meeting.
I caught the one by work. The nooner.
We were supposed to go tonight.
Jimmy f*cked up?
How much I owe?
Gimme a dollar.
You go to the meeting. I'll watch the baby.
- Sorry, Rosie. OK?
- No big thing.
We'll pay you half for comin' downstairs.
- Come on.
- Here you go.
- Jimmy, I'm a f*ckin' dead man!
- What are you doin' here, Ronnie?
I got eight cars on a carrier. Boat's leavin'
in 90 minutes and no driver. I need your help.
You are not listening to me, OK?
I can go back to jail just for talkin' to you.
I know. I know. I know, Jimmy.
I know you don't want to be involved
but I don't know what else to do.
You know who I have to answer to?
Little Junior Brown.
Ronnie, this is your problem.
I don't give a shit.
Look what he did to my hand last week.
Now I got $350,000 worth of this guy's cars
and no driver! I need your help here.
Ronnie, I have a baby inside.
Everybody respects this but you.
Jimmy, you havin' a party?
Jimmy, I know that.
But you gotta help me out.
You cannot come to me
with this shit any more.
- You gotta help me.
You know I love you, man. I respect you, man.
I'll give you $1500. We'll be back in two hours.
Ronnie, I don't want your f*ckin' money.
Get outta here.
You don't want my f*ckin' money? Huh?
And your father used to go on his benders.
Whose people came to get you, man?
Whose people came to get you?
Where'd you live?
When you had no place to live,
where'd you live?
- That was a long time ago.
I'm your blood cousin, Jimmy.
I'm your blood cousin.
It'll take two hours, man.
Please don't let this happen. Please don't let
this f*ckin' guy hurt me. He's gonna kill me!
The babysitter from upstairs, get her down.
It'll take two hours. Pay her double.
Please, Jimmy. Please...
- Hey. I wake your parents up?
- OK. I should be back in two hours.
Since you went away, man, we got big, man.
No more smash-and-grab bullshit.
You know I got a half-size difference in my
Now when I see some shoes I want,
I buy two pairs - 10 and 11.
- I'm talkin' $300, $400 kicks.
- I don't give a f*ck about your shoes.
I'm talkin' $200, $300 kicks.
When you want back in, you let me...
You playin' time games with me?
Whoa. Junior, I'm your man.
It's gonna happen.
Remove the f*cking hand.
I'm your guy, Junior. I'm here.
There's no problem. Let's just do it.
You're here, huh?
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