Max, we got a problem. See that girl?
Oh, what? The usual drill?
You hold her arms, and I punch her till she tips 20%?
As much as I enjoy that when we do it, no.
She's here to apply for Caroline's job.
What? Han's really going through with this?
I thought It was all talk, like when a chihuahua barks at a big dog.
Me too. I thought it would blow over. You know, like Han did in the wind that time?
But, no, He is serious.
No way. I got this.
Hi, is that your resume? Let's take a little look-see.
Oh, you worked there? Cool.
Yep. I'm a very hard worker.
Good. Can you block a punch? 'Cause the owner hits us.
He broke my femur. When I complained, he broke the other one.
Run before he sees me talking to you.
Earl, I gotta get Han aAnd Caroline to make up.
I don't have access to the pills I need to keep working here without her. Any advice or pills?
Well, let's see. We are kind of like a family here,
except I can see you unsupervised on the weekends.
And you didn't use my college fund to buy a married man a Corvette.
And in my family, when my kids would fight,
I tried to get them to talk to each other, because honesty is key.
But if that didn't work, I'd lie to their faces,
lock them in their room and tell them that the other one had three weeks to live.
You know, what used to be known as good parenting.