- Finding decks of cards in her returned suitcase, Libby believed these to be a clue that would lead to her stolen goods. She proposed an exchange to bewildered card dealer Frankie Zane, and later enlisted Rudy, her secret fiancée, to make the late-night rendez-vous on her behalf.
- Peggy Sue trained the new maid Virginia (who had her own unusual cleaning methods), then Peggy began her accounting apprenticeship under Bobbie de Faro.
- Rudy asked Joey and Bobbie for time off to study a law textbook, which the men perused. Rudy explained to Vincent how guests would share the Penthouse on a rotating sleep schedule.
- Vincent was delighted to finally remember Audrey’s name; Audrey the Showgirl demonstrated a talent for yodelling. Vincent noticed that the new maid was “showgirl” height, and tried to give her a promotion.
-After signing Libby’s non-disclosure agreement, Virginia misunderstood it to be a vow of silence; Fiona assumed she was mute, but was delighted to act as Libby’s personal secretary.
-Uncle Tony was irritated at the Casino’s lack of profits, blaming both Fiona for winning, Frankie for bad dealing, and Joey for poor management. He demanded a payment plan from Joey, and sent Frankie to buy a baseball bat. Joey, feeling threatened, planned to disappear for a short while.
The Story so Far
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