The Smutnys receive unexpected guests, Josto and Gaetano reunite, Loy challenges the status quo and Oraetta is caught.
Did You Know?
Towards the beginning of the episode, there's a truck with the name Treehorn on the side. This could be a reference to The Big Lebowski, in which there is a character named Jackie Treehorn. The Coen Brothers directed that film as well as the same-named film on which this show is based. See more
Per opening credits, events in this episode took place in 1950. The song played in the nightclub scene, Moanin' by Bobby Timmons, was written and first recorded in 1958 when Bobby Timmons was a member of Art Blakey's Jazz Messengers. See more
[visiting Loy's men in jail
You know why America loves a crime story? Because America is a crime story. But here's the rub. When we hear a crime story, who do we root for? Not the poor sap that got taken, the victim. No. We root for the taker, the guy with the gat.
[mimes shooting the men with a machine gun
See, this country loves a man who takes what he wants. Unless... Unless that man looks like you. Capisce? See, Johnny Society looks at me, they see a fella that's using crime to get ahead. ...
References The Big Lebowski
Written by Bobby Timmons
Played by a jazz combo in the opening club scene See more