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This is Ricky Roma from last night.
She'll remember. Just, just... wait a minute!
Just to say... to thank her for a wonderful time.
Thank you. I'll call back later. Thank you.
They should check if we're insured.
"10:00 p.m., Octavia."
Please don't leave. I'm going to talk to you.
- What's your name? - Are you talking to me?
- That's right. - My name is Richard Roma.
l... you know, they should be insured.
- What do you care? - Then they wouldn't be so upset.
- Huh? - They wouldn't be so upset.
- Mitch and Murray. - Yeah, you're right.
That's right. How are you?
I'm fine.
You mean the board? You mean on the board?
Yes. Okay. The board.
I'm fucked on the board. I can't...
My mind must be other places, 'cause I can't...
What? You can't do what?
- I can't close them. - Well, they're old.
Look, look at this shit they're giving you. Huh?
- Yes, they are old. - They're ancient.
"Clear Meadows." This shit's dead.
- It is dead. - Waste of time.
- Yes. I'm no fucking good. - Hey, fuck that shit, George.
You had a bad month. You're a good man.
- I am? - Yeah, you had a bad streak.
Look at this. 15 units, Mountain View, the fucking things get stolen.
- He said he filed... - He filed the big one.
He filed the guy from the bar that I closed last night.
All the little ones, I got to go back.
Can you believe this? I got to go back and close again.
I mean, talk about a fucking beat
that would sap anyone's... wait, wait, wait. Where are the phones?
- They stole... - They stole...?
- What kind of an outfit is it... - They stole the phones.
...when criminals come and they take... they steal the phones?
They stole the leads. They stole the phones,
they stole... aw, Christ.
What am I going to do this month? Shit.
You think they're going to catch... where are you going?
Down the street.
- Where are you going? - To the... what do you fucking care?
- Aren't you going out today? - With what, John? With what?
Well, answer me. They stole the Glengarry leads.
- They stole Rio Rancho. - I have stuff from last year's file.
Oh, oh, oh. Your "nostalgia" file.
Oh, great. That's great, 'cause I don't...
- Do you want to go out today? - I don't have to eat this month.
Great. Give them to me.
Bring them. Come on.
Fucking Mitch and Murray are going to shit a...
What am I going to do all month?
See, the thing of it is,
is were the leads insured? You think?
- What? - Were the leads insured?
I don't know, why?
'Cause if they weren't, I know Mitch and Murray...
- What? - They'll be upset.
That's right.
You're right.
He said we're all going to have to talk to the guy.
- To... - The cop.
Great. We have to talk to the cop.
- Another waste of time. - A waste of time? Why?
Why? 'Cause they're not going to find the guy.
- The cops? - Yes, the cops. No.
The cops aren't going to find the guy?
- Nope. - Why do you think so?
Why? Because they are stupid. Where were you last night?
- Where were you? - Where was I?
- Yeah. - I was at home.
- Where were you? - At home.
See? Were you the guy who broke in?
- Was I? - Yes.
- No. - Then don't sweat it. You know why?
- No. - You have nothing to hide.
- When I talk to police, I get nervous. - Yes, you know who doesn't?
- No. Who? - Thieves.
I don't know what I'm going to tell them.
The truth. Always tell them the truth.
It's the easiest thing to remember.
Whoa, whoa! "Patel"?
"Ravidam Patel"?
How am I going to make a living on these deadbeats?
- Where did you get this from, a morgue? - Look, I'm...
Come on. What's the point? What's the fucking point?
I got to argue with you, I got to knock heads with the cops,
I'm busting my balls to sell your dirt
to deadbeats... money in the mattress.
I come back, you can't even keep the contracts safe.
I got to go out... fuck this shit.
I'm going to go out and re-close last week's stuff.
No, the word from Murray is leave them alone.
If he needs a new sig, he'll go out himself.
- Murray's gonna go out? - He'll be "president of the company
just in from out of town," all right?
Okay, okay, okay. Give me this shit.
- I'm giving you three leads. - Three? I count two.
- There's three leads there. - Patel? Fuck you.
Fucking Shiva handed this guy a million dollars,
told him, "Sign the deal," he wouldn't sign.
And the god Vishnu, too, into the bargain. Fuck you.
You know your business, I know mine. Your business is being an asshole.
If I find out whose fucking cousin you are, I'm gonna go to him
and figure out a way to have your ass... fuck you!
I'm waiting for the new leads.
Get the chalk! Hey! Get the chalk!
Get the... I did it... I closed 'em.
I closed the cocksucker. Get the chalk.
Put me on the board, John. Put me on the Cadillac board!
Williamson, pick up the fucking chalk.
- Rick... eight units, Mountain View. - You sold eight Mountain View?
You bet your ass! Who wants to go to lunch?
Who wants to go to lunch... I'm buying.
Williamson... $82,000, 12 grand in my commission.
On deadbeat magazine subscription leads.
- Who? - Bruce and Harriett Nyborg.
Read it. What the hell happened here?
Fuck! I had them on River Glen.
- What happened? - Somebody broke in.
- Eight units! - Yeah.
- Shelly! - Big deal... I broke a bad streak.
Shelly "The Machine" Levene. That's great.
Thank you, George. Hey...
- Grab the phone, call Mitch. - They took the phones.
- Huh? - Aaronow?
They took the leads, the cash, the contracts.
- We had a robbery. - When?
- Last night, this morning. - They took the leads?
Fucking asshole.
What? They beat you with a rubber bat?
Cop couldn't find his dick with two hands and a map.
Anybody who talks to this asshole is a fucking asshole.
- You gonna turn state's? - Fuck you, Ricky.
I ain't going out today. I'm going home.
I'm going home because nothing's accomplished here.
- Anybody talks to this guy... - Guess what "The Machine" did.
- Fuck "The Machine." - Mountain View, eight units.
Cop's got no right to talk to me that way. I did not rob the place.
- Did you hear what I said? - Yeah, he closed the deal.
Eight units, Mountain View.
- You did that? - Yeah.
- Fuck you. - Guess who?
- When? - Just now.
- Guess who? - You just... this morning?
Harriett and blah blah Nyborg.
- You did that? - Yeah... $82,000.
- Those fucking deadbeats. - My ass. I told 'em... listen to this.
- I don't want to hear your war stories. - Fuck you, Dave.
I said, "You have to believe in yourself."
Give me a lead. I'm going out. I'm getting out.
- Fuck the leads. I'm going home. - "Fuck me, Bruce.
- You have to believe in yourself." - We haven't got a lead.
- Why not? - They took 'em.
They're fucking garbage, any case. The whole goddamn...
"You look around, you say, 'This one has so-and-so. I got nothing.
But why? Why don't I get the opportunities?"'
- Did they steal the contracts? - What the fuck do you care?
What the fuck is that supposed to mean?
Will you shut up? I'm telling him something.
Could we get some coffee?
- How are you doing? - Fine.
Anybody's going out, I could use some coffee.
- "You do get the opportunity." - Fuck is that supposed to mean?
"You do get the opportunities. You get 'em as I get 'em,
- As everybody gets 'em." - I don't care they stole the contracts?
I got 'em in the kitchen, eating their crumb cake...
- What does that mean? - It means, Dave,
You haven't closed a good one in a month.
None of my business, you want to push me to answer you.
So you haven't got a contract to get stolen and so forth.
You got a mean streak in you. Shut the fuck up!
Ricky, you got a mean streak in you, and what are you babbling about?
You bring that shit up... on my volume?
If you were on a bad one and I brought it up to you, you'd harbor it.
You'd harbor it a long while and you'd be right.
- Who said "Fuck 'The Machine"'? - Fuck "The Machine"?
Fuck "The Machine"? Fuck "The Machine"!
What is this, courtesy class? You're fucked, Rick.
Are you fucking nuts? You're hot, so you think
- You're the ruler of this place. - Wait a minute, Dave.
- Shut up! - Okay...
You want to decide who should be dealt with how, is that it?
I come into the office today, I get humiliated by some jag-off cop.
I get accused of...
I get shit thrown in my face because you're top name on the board?
Is that what I did, Dave... I humiliated you?
- Oh, my God, I'm sorry. - Sitting on top of the world.
Sitting on top of the world... everything's fucking peach fuzz.
I don't get a moment to spare for some bust-out humanitarian
- Down on his luck lately? - Fuck you!
Fuck you, Dave... you know you got a big mouth.
You make a close, this whole place stinks with your farts for a week...
how much you just ingested. Oh, what a big man you are!
"Let me buy you a pack of gum... I'll show you how to chew it."
Your pal closes, and all that comes out of your mouth is bile.
How fucked-up you are!
Who's my pal, Ricky? Hmm? And what are you?
What are you, huh, Bishop Sheen?
What the fuck are you, "Mr. Slick"?
What the fuck are you, "Friend to the working man"?
Big deal! Fuck you!
You got the memory of a fucking fly!
I never liked you, anyway.
What is this, your farewell speech?
- I'm going home. - Your farewell to the troops?
I'm not going home. I'm going to Wisconsin.
- Have a good trip. - Aw, fuck you!
Fuck the lot of you! Fuck you all!
You were saying?
Come on.
Come on... you got 'em in the kitchen,
you're in your shirtsleeves,
you got the stats spread out,
you can smell it. Come on, snap out of it.
- You're eating her crumb cake. - Oh yeah, I'm eating her crumb cake.
- How was it? - From the store.
- Fuck her. - "Bruce, Harriett...
we have to admit to ourselves that we see that opportunity
and take it... and that's it." Now, we just sit there.
- I got my pen out. - "Always Be Closing."
God, that's what I've been saying... the old ways.
Convert that motherfucker, sell him, make him sign the check.
They got their money in government bonds...
I said, "Fuck it... let's go all the way, the whole route."
I take it and plat it out... eight units, 82 grand, and I say to them,
"This is now. This is that thing that you have been dreaming of.
You are going to find the suitcase on the train.
The man walks in the room, that bag is filled with money.
Harriett, this is it, and Bruce... I don't want to fuck around with you.
No, I don't. I don't want to pussyfoot around.
You think you got to look back on this thing? I do, too.
Now, I'm here to do good for you and me... the both of us.
What is the point of some interim position?
The only arrangement I will accept is full investment.
And I mean it, that's it... all eight units. Period."
Now I got the pen in my hand, Rick... hey.
I turned that contract around... that's eight units, 82 grand...
and I said, "I want you to sign."
I sat there five minutes.
Then I sat 22 minutes by that kitchen clock on the wall.
Ricky... not a word, not a motion.
And what am I thinking? "Is my arm getting tired?"
No. I did it. Just like the old days,
like I used to, like I was taught.
- I did it. - Like you taught me.
Nobody ever... well, if I did, I'm glad.
No, what I did... I locked on 'em.
I locked all on them... nothing on me... on them.
And, oh God, I am holding my last thought,
"Now is the time."
They signed. It was great.
It was so fucking great.
It was like they wilted all at once.
- Mmm. - No gesture, nothing... just together.
Honest to God, they both imperceptibly slumped.
And then he reached and he took the pen and he signed,
passed it to her and she signed.
It was solemn... fucking solemn.
I let it sit, and then I nodded. I said, "Harriett, Bruce,"
then I pointed into the living room to the sideboard.
I didn't know there was a sideboard in there.
He went over, he brought us back a drink...
little shot glasses with a pretty design in 'em.
And we just toasted in silence.
Great sale, Shelly.
Fuck! Send me out! Give me leads!
- Williamson! Send me out! - Whoa!
- The leads are coming. - Get 'em to me.
I talked to Mitch and Murray an hour ago. They're coming in.
- They're a bit upset over this. - Did you tell 'em my sale?
How could I tell 'em your sale? I didn't have a tele...
I'll tell 'em your sale when they bring in the leads.
We had a little... you closed the deal, you made a good sale. Fine.
- Better than a good sale. - I have a lot of things on my mind.
They're coming and they're very upset. I'm trying to make...
All I'm telling you is, you can tell them it was a remarkably good sale.
The only thing remarkable about it is who you made it to.
- What the fuck does that mean? - If the sale sticks it'll be a miracle.
"If the sale sticks"? Why shouldn't the sale stick?
Oh, fuck you! You do not know your job.
Do you know that? A man is his job!
You are fucked at yours. You hear what I'm saying to you?
Your "End of the Month" fucking boar...
you do not know how to run this office.
You haven't got the sense. You haven't got the balls.
Have you ever been on a sit? Has this cocksucker been on a sit?
- Did you ever sit... - If I were you, I would calm down.
Would you? What are you gonna do, fire me?
Oh, oh, Rick, ooh.
- It's not impossible. - Really? On an $80,000 day?
- It's not even noon yet. - You closed 'em today?
I got up early this morning, tracked 'em down, and closed it.
What I'm saying to you is that things change.
That's where you fuck up. You don't know. You can't look back.
You don't see who's coming. Maybe it's someone new, huh?
Maybe it's someone else, but you don't know...
you can't look back, because you don't know your history!
When we were on Rio Rancho, who was the top man, huh?
For what, two months, three months?
How about eight months, for three years in a row!
Luck... was that it, John? Or purloined fucking leads?
- It was talent! - Yes.
Door to door. It's called "cold calling," John.
Shit, I don't even know their name. They don't want to buy what I've got.
Soft sell... we were doing it before we had a name for it.
- Am I right? - You're right, you're right.
You wouldn't know, you cock... he doesn't even know what a streak is.
What the hell are you?
You're a fucking secretary. Fuck you!
That's my message to you... fuck you, and kiss my ass.
If you don't like that, I go across the street and speak to Jerry Graff.
Period. Fuck you.
Listen to me... you put me on that fucking board,
and I want three promising leads for today,
I don't want any bullshit, and I want 'em close together,
because I am going to close them all.
And that's all I have to say to you.
He's right, Williamson.
I'm sorry, but it's wrong, and you know whose fault it is?
Mitch and Murray.
To hell with him. Let's get some lunch, huh, Rick?
The leads won't be up here till later anyway.
You're a client. I just sold you five waterfront Glengarry Farms.
I do this with my hair, throw me the cue "Kenilworth."
- Which is it? - Kenilworth.
I own the property. My mother owns the property.
I put her into it.
You look on the plats when you go home. You'll see...
A-3 through 10, 26 through 30.
- Take your time. If you still feel... - I won't need more time, Rick.
- I've bought a lot of property. - I've got to talk to you.
Jim, what are you doing here?
Jim Lingk, D. Ray Morton.
- I'm glad to meet you. - I put Jim into Black Creek.
- Are you acquainted with... - Black Creek? No.
- Ooh, in Florida! - Yes.
- I meant to speak to you about that. - We'll do that this weekend.
My wife suggested I look into it.
Beautiful rolling land... I was telling Jim and Jinny.
Ray, I got to tell you something. You eat in a lot of restaurants?
I know you do. Ray is with American Express.
- Can I tell Jim what you do? - Sure.
Ray is the director of all European sales and services...
what I'm saying is, you haven't had a meal until you've tasted...
I was at the Lingks'...
what was that service feature you were talking about?
- Which... - "Home cooking."
- You had a tag phrase you used? - "Cooking"...
"Home cook..." the monthly interview.
- The magazine! - Yes.
Is that something I can talk about?
It won't be out until the February issue, but go ahead.
- Are you sure? - Go ahead.
Ray was eating at one of his company men's homes in France.
- The man is French? - No, but his wife is.
His wife.
Ray, what time do you have?
- 12:15. - I got to get you on the plane.
- Didn't I say the 2:00? - No, the 1:00.
Remember the 1:00... that's why we couldn't talk till Kenilworth.
You're right, the 1:00... let's scoot.
- A pleasure. - I got to talk to you.
I got to run Ray to the airport. Let's hustle... John!
Get on the phone to Pittsburgh, American Express there, for Mr. Morton.
Tell them he's on the 1:00. I'll see you.
Christ, I'm sorry you came all the way in.
I'm running Ray to the airport. You wait here and...
no, I can't. I'm meeting your man at the bank.
I wish you'd have phoned! Are you and Jinny going to be home?
- I don't know. - Rick?
- What? - Kenilworth?
- I'm sorry? - Kenilworth.
Oh, God. Excuse me, Ray... just a minute.
Jim, I told you who he is... the senior vice-president of American Express.
His family owns 32 per...
over the past years, I have sold him... I can't tell you the dollar amount...
but quite a lot of land.
I promised him five weeks ago that I would go to the wife's birthday party
in Kenilworth tonight. I have to go, you understand?
They treat me like a member of the family. I have to go.
It's funny... you get a picture of the corporation-type company man,
all business... this guy, I'll tell you.
We'll go to his house someday.
Let me see. Tomorrow. I'm in L.A.?
Ah, Monday.
I'll take you to lunch. Where would you like to eat?
- My wife... - Rick?
I can't talk now, Jim... I'll call you tonight. Coming, Ray.
My wife said I have to cancel the deal.
That's a common reaction, Jim, and let me tell you what it is.
That's why you married her. One of the reasons is prudence.
No, it's a sizable investment. One thinks twice.
It's also something women have. Reaction to the size of the investment.
Monday, you invite me to dinner again...
- This woman can cook. - I'm sure she can.
We are going to talk. I want to tell you something.
Something about your acreage I want you to know.
I can't talk about it here, I really shouldn't, and by law...
the man next to you... bought his lot at 42...
phoned to say he already had an offer.
- Rick. - I'm coming.
Ray, what a day. I'll call you this evening.
I'm sorry you had to come all the way in. Monday lunch.
- We have to go. - Monday!
She called the consumer... the attorney general?
- They said we have three days. - Who'd she call?
The attorney ge... it was some consumer office.
Why'd she do that, Jim?
I don't know.
But they said we have three days.
They said we got three days, yeah.
Three days?
- To... you know. - No, I don't know.
- Tell me. - To change our minds.
Of course you have... three days.
So we can't talk Monday.
Monday... you saw my book.
Jim, Jim... I can't.
You saw my book. I can't.
We have to before Monday to get our money back.
Three business days, they mean.
- Three business days. - Wednesday, Thursday, Friday.
- I don't understand. - That's what they are, three business...
if we wait till Monday, my time limit runs out.
- You don't count Saturday. - I'm not.
I'm saying you don't include Saturday in the three days.
- It's not a business day. - I am not counting it.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday... so it would have elapsed.
What would have elapsed?
If we wait till Monday it would have elapsed!
- When did you write the check? - Yesterday.
- What was yesterday? - Tuesday.
- And when was that check cashed? - I don't know.
What was the earliest it could have been cashed?
- I don't know. - Today.
Today. Which, in any case, it was not...
there was something on the agreement I wanted to go over with you.
It wasn't cashed?
I just phoned downtown... it's on their desk.
- Rick. - One moment.
One point, in fact, of which I spoke to you of which,
I can't talk to you about it here.
- Levene! - Listen to me.
The statute is for your protection. I have no complaint with that.
In fact, I was a member of the board when we drafted it.
So quite the opposite. It says,
"You can change your mind three 'working days'
from the time the deal was closed."
- Levene! - Wait a second!
Which is not until the check is cashed!
I'm through with this "meshugaas." Nobody should talk to a man that way.
- How are you talking to me that way? - Levene!
- How can you talk to me that way? - I'm gonna flag a cab.
- I didn't rob... - Shelly, get in the office.
"Where were you last?" Is anybody listening to me?
- Where's Moss? - Is this Levene?
Perhaps I could assist you. Excuse us, will you?
I work here! I didn't come in here to be mistreated!
- Go to lunch, will you? - That's why I came in to work today.
The leads come in, I'll let you know.
- That's why I came in! - Just go to lunch.
- I don't wanna go to lunch! - Go to lunch, George.
Where does he get off talking that way to a working man?
Take it outside. We have people trying to do business.
That's what I came in here for. That's what I'm trying to do!
- I meet Gestapo tactics. - Excuse me.
I meet Gestapo tactics!
I meet Gestapo tactics. That's not right.
No man has the right... no man has the right...
"Call an attorney"... that means you're under...
he says, "Cooperate or we'll take you downtown."
That's not... as long as I've...
Will you get out of here?
Will you get out of here? Will you?
I'm trying to run an office here. Now, will you go to lunch?
Go to lunch. Will you go to lunch?
- Excuse me. - Where did Moss...?
- Excuse me, please? - Did he go to the restaurant?
Will you excuse me, please?
I'm sorry, l...
I apologize to you. It's...
It's not me, it's my wife.
What is it?
- I told you. - Tell me again.
- What's going on here? - Tell me again... your wife?
- I told you. - Tell me again.
She wants her money back.
We're gonna speak to her.
No, she told me, "Right now."
- We're gonna speak to her, Jim. - She won't listen.
- She... - Roma!
She said if don't get my money back, to call the state's attorney.
No. No. This is something she said.
- We don't have to do that. - She told me I have to.
- No, Jim. - I do.
Listen, I do... if I don't get my money back...
Roma, I'm talking to you.
Listen... will someone get this guy off my back, please?
- You have a problem? - Yes, I have a problem!
Yes, I do, my friend. It is not me
that ripped the joint off. I'm doing business.
I will be with you in a while, got it?
Where are you going? Where are you going?
This is me!
Jim, this is Ricky, Jim.
Jim, anything you want, you want it, you got it.
Understand? This is me.
Something upset you.
Yes. Sit down now.
Sit down. You tell me what it is,
am I gonna help you fix it?
You're goddamned right I am.
Sit down.
I'll tell you something,
sometimes we need someone from outside.
Sit. Talk to me, come on.
I can't negotiate.
What does that mean?
What? Say the words.
I don't have the power.
Okay, I said it.
- What power? - To negotiate.
To negotiate what?
To negotiate what?
- What this? - The deal.
The deal?
Forget the deal, Jim.
You got something on your mind, what is it?
I can't talk to you.
You met my wife.
- What? - Aw...
I met your wife, what?
What, Jim?
Come on, let's go. Let's go, let's go.
Get a drink, come on.
No, no, she told me not to talk to you.
Come on, we're gonna go around the corner.
We'll have a drink. Who's gonna know?
She told me to get the check back, otherwise...
Forget the deal, Jimmy. Forget the deal.
The deal is dead. You know me, the deal's dead.
Am I talking about the deal?
That's over.
Please... let's talk about you.
I'm gonna tell you something.
Your life is your own.
You have a contract with your wife,
you have certain things you do jointly,
you have a bond there. And there are other things,
and those things are yours. You needn't feel ashamed.
You needn't feel that you're being untrue
or that she would abandon you if she knew.
This is your life.
Now, I want to talk to you because you're obviously upset,
and that concerns me.
Let's go, come on, right now.
Let's go, come on.
- What? - The check, it's...
What did I tell you?
No, what did I tell you about the three days?
Roma, would you? I'd like to get some lunch.
I am talking with Mr. Lingk, if you please.
I will be with you in a while. Just check with Mr. Williamson.
- People downtown said... - Call them again. Mr. Williamson!
Mr. Lingk and I are going to go to the...
Oh, yes, please. The police can be...
- What are the police doing here? - It's nothing.
- What are the police doing here? - We had a slight burglary last night.
It's nothing, I was just assuring Mr. Lingk.
Mr. Lingk? James Lingk? Your contract went out.
- Nothing to worry about. - John, John...
- Your contract went out to the bank. - You cashed my check?
- Mr. Williamson... - The check was cashed.
The contract was filed and deposited in the bank,
and we're completely insured in any case, as you know.
- You cashed the check? - Not to my knowledge, no.
- Though I'm sure we can... - Not to my knowledge.
Christ! L... Oh, Christ.
Don't follow me, just don't follow me, okay?
I've let you down. I know I've let you down.
I'm sorry, forgive me. L-l...
I don't... I don't know anymore.
I... forgive me.
You stupid fucking cunt.
You, Williamson, I'm talking to you, shithead.
You just cost me $6,000.
$6,000, and one Cadillac. That's right.
What are you gonna do about it?
What are you gonna do about it, asshole?
You're fucking shit.
Where did you learn your trade,
you stupid fucking cunt, you idiot?
Who ever told you that you could work with men?
Could I...?
Oh, I'm gonna have your job, shithead.
I'm going downtown. I'm gonna talk to Mitch and Murray.
I'm going to Lemkin! I don't care whose nephew you are,
who you know, whose dick you're sucking on,
you're going out. I swear to you...
Hey, fella, let's get this done.
Anyone in this office lives on his wits...
I'm gonna be with you in a second.
What you're hired for is to help us.
Does that seem clear to you?
To help us! Not to fuck us up!
To help men who are going out there
to try to earn a living, you fairy.
You company man.
I'll tell you something else, I hope you ripped the joint off.
I can tell our friend here something, might help him to catch you.
You wanna learn the first rule
you'd know if you ever spent a day in your life?
You never open your mouth till you know what the shot is.
You fucking child.
You are a shithead, Williamson.
Can't think on your feet, you ought to keep your mouth closed.
Can you hear me? I'm talking to you.
Yes, I hear you.
Ricky's right. Can't learn in an office, gotta learn it in the street.
And you sure can't buy it, you gotta live it.
- Mmmm. - "Mmmm," yeah!
Precisely. Because your partner depends...
I'm talking to you, trying to tell you something!
- You are? - Yeah, I am.
- What are you trying to tell me? - What Roma was trying to tell you.
What I told you a long time ago. You don't belong in this business.
You might listen to me. One day you could say,
"Hey, maybe the guy..." oh, fuck it.
Listen to me now. Your partner depends on you.
The man who is your partner, depends on you.
You go with him and for him or you're shit!
You are shit... you can't exist alone.
- Excuse me. - "Excuse you," nothing!
You be as cold as you want. You just fucked a good man
out of $6,000 and his goddamned bonus
because you didn't know the shot.
You can do that and you're not man enough to say it gets you?
I don't know what... if you can't take something from that,
then you're... scum! You're fucking white bread.
A child would know it, he's right.
If you're gonna make something up, be sure that it helps.
Hmm? Or keep your mouth shut.
I'm done with you.
How do you know I made it up?
How do you know I made it up?
What are you talking about, huh?
You said, "Don't make something up unless it's sure to help."
- How did you know I made it up? - What are you talking about?
I told the customer his contract had gone to the bank.
Yeah. Well, hadn't it?
No, it hadn't.
Don't fuck with me.
Don't fuck with me! What are you getting at?
I'm saying this, Shelly...
usually I take the contracts to the bank,
last night I didn't.
Last night I stayed home with my kids.
How did you know that?
One night in a year, I left a contract on my desk.
No one knew that but you.
Now, how did you know that?
You want to talk to me or you want to talk to someone else?
Because this is my job!
This is my job on the line and you are gonna talk to me!
Now how did you know that contract was on my desk?
You are so full of shit!
- You robbed the office. - Oh, sure, I robbed the office.
Oh sure! You asshole.
What did you do with the leads?
You wanna go in there? I tell him what I know,
he's gonna dig up something. You got an alibi last night?
You better have one! What did you do with the leads?
If you tell me what you did with the leads, we can talk.
I don't know what the hell you're talking about.
If you tell me where the leads are, I won't turn you in.
If you don't, I'm gonna tell the cop you stole them.
Mitch and Murray will see that you go to jail, believe me, they will!
Now, where are the leads?
I'm walking in that door. You got five seconds
- Or you are going to jail! - Go ahead.
I don't care, you understand?
Where are the leads?
All right.
I sold them.
To Jerry Graff.
How much did you get for them?
How much did you get for them?
Five. Five grand.
- I got half. - Who got the other half?
Do I have to tell you?
Well, that was easy, wasn't it?
- His idea. - Was it?
I think he got more than five, actually.
- Uh-huh. - He told me my cut was 2500.
Wait a minute. Okay... hey, hey, John!
Wait... okay, John! Hey, Johnny.
Listen. Come here, come here.
Eh, John?
Last night...
I gotta tell you, I'm ready to "do the Dutch."
I'm done. Moss gets me, "Do this, we'll get well."
Why not? Big fucking deal. I'm halfway hoping to get caught.
Hey... put me out of my misery. It taught me something, John.
What it taught me... you gotta get out there!
I'm not cut out to be a thief, I'm cut out to be a salesman.
And I am back. I got my balls back.
Now... you got a slight advantage on me.
But whatever it takes, John,
to make things right, we're gonna make it right.
We are going to make it right.
I want to tell you something, Shelly.
- Eh? - You have a big mouth.
You've got a big mouth!
And now I'm gonna show you an even bigger one.
Where are you going?
You can't do that! You don't want to do that.
Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait.
It's $2,500. Go ahead and take it, take it all.
No, I don't think so. I don't think I want your money.
I think you fucked up my office, and I think you're going away.
Are you nuts? I'm gonna close for you! Take...
I'm gonna make this office and be number one on that board again.
Wait, John.
John... okay.
This is what we're gonna do... 20%.
I'm gonna give you 20% of all my sales.
20%, as long as I'm with this firm.
- 50% of all my sales. - What sales?
What sales? My God, I just closed 82 grand.
Are you out of your fucking mind? I'm back! This is just the beginning!
Just the beginning? Where have you been, Shelly?
Bruce and Harriett Nyborg... do you want to see the memos?
They're nuts. They used to call in every week...
when I was with Webb... we were selling Arizona.
They're nuts.
Did you see how they were living? How can you delude yourself?
- I've got their check. - Forget it. Frame it.
- It's worthless. - The check is no good?
You want to stick around? I'll pull the memo. I'm busy.
The check is no good? They're nuts?
You want to call the bank? I called them.
I called them four months ago when we first got the lead.
The people are insane.
They just like talking to salesmen.
- Don't! - I'm sorry.
- Why? - Because I don't like you.
My daughter.
Fuck you.
Guy couldn't find his fucking couch in the living room.
What a day.
I haven't even had a cup of coffee.
Jag-off John opens his mouth, blows my Cadillac.
I swear, it's not a world of men.
It is not a world of men, "Machine."
- Huh? - It's a world of clock-watchers...
officeholders, what it is.
It's a fucked-up world.
No adventure to it.
Dying breed. Yes, it is.
We're the members of a dying breed. That's... that's...
that's why we got to stick together. Shel?
- Huh? - I want to talk to you.
I've wanted to talk to you for some time...
for a long time, actually. I said, "The Machine"...
there's a man I would work with.
There's..." you know, I never said a word.
I don't know why I didn't. I should've, I don't know why.
And that shit you were slinging on my guy today...
that was so good. That... it...
excuse me for saying this, it's not even my place to say it.
That was admirable.
It was the old stuff.
Hey, I've been on a hot streak.
So what? Things I can learn from you.
- You eat today? - Me?
Want to swing around the Chinks'... watch me eat, we'll talk?
I think I'll stay around awhile.
Hello, Mrs. Schwartz?
This is Richard Roma with Premiere Properties.
You or your accountant requested information on a land investment
which would offer you depreciation and the chance
of a substantial return on a small investment.
I'm in from Florida just for one day...
- Mr. Levene? I only have that one lot left.
Would you come in here, please?
I don't have too much time and I'm on the midnight plane back,
so if you or your husband are truly interested...
because I can't hold this parcel past...
Well, what would be better for you... say, 6:00 or 8:00?
Go ask him. Shel... we're gonna talk? I'm going to the Chinks'.
When you're done, come down. We're gonna smoke a cigarette.
- I... - Get in the room.
Hey. Hey, easy, pal. That's "The Machine."
This is Shelly "The Machine" Levene.
- Get in the goddamn room. - Rick, I...
- I'll meet you at the restaurant. - Ricky...
- Ricky can't help you. - All I want is...
What do you want? You want to what?
- Rick? Rick? - Hello? Excellent.
8:00 p.m. 6947 Euclid.
Not at all... thank you very much.
They find the guy that broke in the office?
No. I don't know.
Did the leads come in yet?
Oh God, I hate this job.
Anybody wants me, I'm at the restaurant.
Hello, Mrs. Delgari?
Yes... you requested some information about Rio Rancho Properties?
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