La Belle wrestles with an all-or-nothing offer. Bill seeks new and dangerous ways to prove himself, and Frank shares a story with a captive audience.
Did You Know?
When the salesman gives Bill the glasses in the diner, he says they are magnifying glasses. Magnifying lenses are commonly used in reading glasses, but also to treat hyperopia (farsightedness). However, when Bill puts them on, he is suddenly able to read the diner menu from across the room. Magnification will only make distant objects blurrier, not sharper. Bill would need glasses for myopia (nearsightedness) to see the diner menu clearly. See more
[reading from newspaper
Since Mr. James Sloan took over Quicksilver Mining, a beneficial change has taken place in the mines. Industry, order, and respect for the constituted authorities prevail. Every man knows his place and performs his duty. Mr. Sloan is said to be fair, honest and good-humored. This reporter can also attest that he is a tall man, rather handsome, with a beautiful baritone. And if all that isn't enough, he writes the most beautiful poetry. Sonnets.
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