To track down the infamous arms dealer Dan "Daniel" Valdano, Jake and Terry go undercover at an illegal gambling club, but when Holt gets involved to coach the two in the art of poker, his addiction resurfaces. Meanwhile, Boyle buys a food truck that was formerly used in a brutal string of murders without telling his investor, Amy, and Hitchcock and Scully challenge Rosa to a "Butt-lympics".
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Terry has named his right pectoral muscle Eugene. His left pec has yet to be named. See more
The first round of poker in the club makes no sense. The game is Texas Hold'em. Peralta is dealt a ten and ace of spades and the first three community cards are seven, jack, and three of spades, giving Peralta a flush. It's a good hand but Chief tells Terry in the van "There are no two cards that can beat Peralta". That may be true but since the turn and the river cards are still coming, they need to worry about four cards, not two, so there are plenty of ways for other players to get four of a kind, a full house or a straight flush to beat Peralta's hand. Terry must also know, it was established before he knows the rules of the game. See more
Captain Ray Holt
I don't enjoy being judged, so I'm on my way to Atlantic City for the weekend. I'll be gambling.
No, sir, please just come back, okay? Terry and I will keep you company. We'll go to a museum. One of the boring ones with no dinosaurs.
References The Flintstones