In his battle with Vince's agent-lover Amanda, who seems to overplay her hand for Arthur Gatoff's 'Bogota' movie, Ari uses the pardon on Yom Kippur and ex-alcoholic Nicky Rubinstein's family. Alas Ari's wife refuses to let him break Sabbath restrictions to help out Nicky. It gets the boys doubt if she sabotages it to keep him in California and counter Ari, so E gets Vince to turn to Ari themselves. Meanwhile Vince has taken the boys to the race track and bets on King's ransom, which loses them one. Yet Drama decided to buy the stallion, although no stud but infertile, and an unruly troublemaker on his hands. There are surprising consequences on both fronts.
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First appearance of Nick Rubenstein. See more
So what, I'm supposed to just show up into temple on the most religious day of the year to discuss business?
You're not just showing up, they're expecting you. They're gonna meet you in the alley behind the southern entrance next to the dumpsters.
Should I bring a gun, too?
References Mission: Impossible III