A doctor's murder has direct connections to the Mob, and Jim comes to the assistance of hooker friend Rita Capcovik when she finds herself entangled in it.
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The title is a pun of the line "Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are dead," from Act V, Scene 2 of Hamlet. The two characters had been childhood friends of Hamlett but who later became treacherous agents in league with Hamlet's opponent King Claudius. Hamlet arranges for them to be killed for their treachery, but by the time word comes of their deaths at the end of the play, Hamlet has already died. See more
Speaking of money, Rita you never really did explain what happened to the money Maggie left you.
Oh yeah, well I'm not going to say that I should've known better, right? You're not going to give me the static? And I'm not going to hear about it from you for the rest of my life... it was this guy...
Yeah, but Jim I had such a good time spending it!