Oliver clears the room with a long-winded speech to the Bar Association advocating the hiring of ex-convicts. He regrets his words when he's forced into hiring Willie Dunhill, a man who's spent so many years in prison he can't adjust to life on the outside. When Willie's not reminiscing about his old criminals buddies in stir, he's calling Oliver "warden." Lisa picks up on his prison slang and starts talking like a B-movie gangster. Written by
Jay Phelps <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Oliver is shown shirtless three times and in his boxer shorts twice. In one scene he wears a gold cross around his neck and a pair of white undies with red polka dots. See more
I know this is silly, but I'd work better if you stand over me with a shotgun.