~ FBI Agent Mac Ranker interrogated Libby, who confessed she had seen Rudy kill Lloyd Bentley. Ranker arrested Rudy and handcuffed him in the office, while he enjoyed the early show featuring Fiona Olaconacher telling tall tales and singing Irish melodies. When Libby found Rudy, she signed the wedding license learning she could inherit two million in life insurance if he was given the death penalty. Rudy then informed her that spouses can not testify against each other.
~ Frankie told everyone he broke his arm in a barn accident, but Vincent was suspicious. Peggy Sue revealed that Frankie’s broken arm was a lesson for stealing from Uncle Tony. She also told Vincent she had seen his falsified Entertainment budget.
~ Bobby assured Joey he had recreated plausible accounting books, laying the ground work to blame Peggy Sue. They were taken aback when Uncle Tony revealed his plans to propose to her. Tony forced Bobby and Joey to admit they had been skimming. But Tony offered a deal: if they cut cards and Joey drew the high card, his debt would be forgiven. But if Tony drew high, Joey would give up his stake in the Casino and remain an employee. Tony won.
~ After reminiscing with Vincent about time in the Foxhole, and refusing to do the Early Show, Johnny Taupe performed a sizzling tribute to The Blarney Stone at the Late Show. His Showgirl Shaniqua sparked rivalry amongst the Showgirls.
~ A despondent Jonesy told Peggy Sue he still loved her, but she urged him to move on. Jonesy told Fiona he was ready to date someone more mature. On Libby’s urging Jonesy cleaned up the Penthouse, unwittingly taking the original accounting books to destroy, along with the silver briefcase that held Ranker’s evidence linking Lloyd’s murder to Rudy and Libby.
~Libby showed Ranker the marriage license, insisting he no longer had a case and would have to release Rudy. Before departing, Ranker handed her a file labelled ‘Wink Winklestein.’
The Story so Far
Missed an episode? Catch up here...