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I’m going to Notre Dame in style. And they’re off. Hawk, there are those guys who wanted to break your nose. I ain’t afraid of those wimps. Hey, look who’s here. The boys from the El Flamingo. Hi, guys- Number is great! Hey, you’re blocking my view. Hey, come on, get your big nose out of here. You’re hogging my oxygen. Arvo Hanover third, moving up to challenge. Arvo Hanover taking the lead. Freedom Call second. Nelson Ride third. Get him! Come on! Oh, no! There goes my contact lens. Wait! Arvo Hanover pulling out in front. Freedom Call behind by a head. Why me, always me? Arvo Hanover by a a length. Arvo Hanover breaks stride. Oh, shit! What happened? She’s going backwards! She broke stride. She has to go to the rear of the pack. I knew it! I knew that if we’d listened to Hawk, we’d lose. I can’t believe she broke. I smelled victory. It’s my optometrist. He’s out bucks now. Oh, God, why me? Why me, Jeffrey? Please drive safely on your way home. Those guys from the El Flamingo always bring me bad luck. Let’s welcome them to Yonkers. Jeffrey, I’m sorry. I don’t understand what happened. Well, I’ll tell you what happened. We bet our hard-earned cash on your horse… that’s what happened. What are you gonna do? I’m going to get a new optometrist. Well, well, look who came to our restaurant. The flamingo fairy birds. Well, if it isn’t the pets from Pinky’s Pet Shop. Can I help you guys? I have a problem. Yeah, you’re ugly. I have lost my wallet. It was here in the garbage, but I cannot find it. Perhaps if my friend Renaldo here helps me look. It’s very important to me. What seems to be the problem here? Listen, pal, I’ll have you know… that I know jujitsu, karate, judo, and some other big words. So don’t mess with me, all right? I think I’m gonna take my sweater off. Hey, get the hell out of here. Leave my friends alone. Think we can get out of this? Doesn’t look good. Hey, let go of my nose! Hello, police? Don’t worry about it, all right? Go ahead, your folks must be worried. Go on right home. Thanks, Mr. Willis. Everything OK with Fortune? Everything’s taken care of. Good. So now I’m a chauffeur. I drive to jail, I pick you up… I drive you home. Good-bye. The end. Can we talk about this later? Well, it’s not the end. There’s nothing to talk about. Tomorrow? In Brooklyn, you go to school. In Long Island, you go to jail. From now on, you stay in Brooklyn. You couldn’t go to dinner with your family. You had to go out with your friends… the bums and gamblers. Hey, they’re good people. They are good people. What have you learned from your fancy Long Island friends? My friends in Long Island know how to have a good time. If you didn’t save every penny and stuff it under your pillow. But no, we have to live in that dump in Brooklyn. The biggest robbery in Britain’s history was perp… You got the right time? Thanks. Is that you, Arthur? It’s all right, Ruth. Jeffrey… Look, I’m… I’m sorry I hit you. No, dad. Dad, it’s OK. You going back there tomorrow? Yes… I am. To the fast-car salesman? There’s something you should know… about your father, Jeffrey. Fast things frighten him. Your Uncle Jack is always going fast… taking short cuts. It always hurts him. Well, I’m not frightened of fast things, OK? I remember my… I remember my father telling me… there are only important things in living. He said, finding out what you do well… and finding out what makes you happy. If God is smiling on you, they’re both the same thing. I’ll remember that, Dad. What are you packing? I’m moving out. What? I think it’s just best if I go for a while. Where? What will you do? Mr. Brody offered me a job. He told me to come see him when I’m ready, and I’m ready. So, what is so important that you interrupted me… in the middle of the dance class? Well, I feel I’m ready to work for you, Mr. Brody. You pulled me off the floor to tell me… that you’re ready to work for me? Yeah. I figure if I sell one car a month… it’ll cover my whole nut. Well, I guess so. So you really want to go into the automobile business? Very much so, sir. Well, Jeffrey, I tell you what I’m gonna do. To show you that I’m a man of my word… I promised you I would give you a job… when you said you are ready. I’m gonna bring you up to my lot in Yonkers. There’s an opening there for a stock boy. Stock boy? Now, wait. I don’t want to hear disappointment. Just a minute, there. Well, after we talked… I was under the impression that I was to be a salesman. Yeah, you’re going to be a salesman. You’re going to be. But when you plant a tree… you don’t hang a swing on it the next day. See, the tree has got to grow. It’s got to mature. That’s what you’re… I understand that. Let me put it another way to you. Nobody is gonna come into my showroom… and buy a $, foreign automobile… from a kid who looks like he just got his driver’s license. We all have to start someplace. Yeah. Well, you know, it’s my father. He wants me to go to college. And I… I just feel like… I don’t know if I want to go. I think I’d rather… I love this tune. I never knew there were so many pretty ladies in that class.