Leverage s05e05 Episode Script

The Gimme a K Street Job

That's it, girls! Lono, harder! Pull back! Back up! Arms! Tighter! Tighter! Angela, arms straight.
That's it.
Good girl.
Hey! Are you the morons in charge? Well I'm the company C.
, So, yes, I'm the "moron" in charge, miss Coach cornell.
Your set-up here is a mess.
These are one-inch mats.
We should be working on 12-inch mats.
Not according to the safety standards.
The safety standards are a joke.
Pep athletics doesn't set the safety standards For competitive cheer.
The gymnastics and tumbling safety administration does.
Pep owns the safety administration.
Listen, if you don't like the way we run our competitions, Miss cornell, uh, feel free to take your team home.
Of course, your entry fees are non-refundable.
Okay, here we go.
Come on, marcy.
Oh, my god! Marcy! Marcy! Get the medics! Call the medics! Okay.
Hello? Yeah, we need an ambulance right away.
- Leverage - - S05E05 - The doctors think she'll eventually breathe on her own, But her legs But it was an accident.
It wasn't your fault.
This wasn't an accident.
It was negligence.
Negligence is hard to prove.
What makes you so sure that it was this company's fault? Pep athletics controls competitive cheer.
They write the safety standards, And not to protect the girls to be cheap.
are cheerleaders.
come from cheer.
Is marcy covered by insurance? You have to be to participate in pep competitions.
But you have to buy it From pep's subsidiary insurance company.
I see.
And let me guess they don't pay out.
Ford, pep has blamed me for the accident And banned me from coaching.
I'm a fully qualified gymnastics coach.
Pep's coach-training program A fry cook gets more training.
My team's not safe without me.
Well, we gona make sure they are.
Do you hate me? You hate me.
Is that why you're making me do this? No, parker, these girls they need a coach, And you're the best gymnast I know.
Besides, it puts you On the inside at pep H.
In D.
They're running cheer camp For the next week up until championship.
But they're teenage girls.
What do I know about teenage girls? You were a teenage girl? Only sort of.
Look, did you know about this? Girls being dropped from 20 feet.
It's unbelievable.
I know, right? Parker, you do know that normal people Don't just "walk off" a 20-foot fall, right? So All those times I pushed hardison off a building And he was all "aah!" he wasn't just being funny? I thought it was funny, parker.
No way in hell was it funny.
You're always upside down, man.
I fell off a building.
I was upside Like a himalayan tree frog.
You calling me a frog? You calling me a damn frog? Say it again.
Say it to my face.
Guys maybe focus, guys.
Damn frog.
Pep athletics.
They started out selling workout clothes, Then they turned into and shell companies That run competitive cheer.
They set safety standards, they train coaches, They sell uniforms, they sell insurance, And they also televise very lucrative competitions.
And they profit off of teenage girls the whole way.
Now, because of their corporate structure, It lets them hide the fact that it's the same company.
the mafia has a less-complicated set-up.
Yeah, and with them, you need a federal task force And a rico case to bring them down.
Now, this is the C.
, wendy baran.
She's an ex-cheerleader, And she's the one who moved pep into cheer.
She took them from selling sweat pants Into running a sport.
Ah, there's the crux of the problem right there.
Technically, legally, cheerleading is not a sport.
It's an activity.
What's the difference? A sport has legally mandated safety standards.
Yes, and a for-profit company cannot run a sport, Which is why pep wants to keep Competitive cheer from becoming a sport, Unless, of course, we made it one.
That's when the safety standards kick in.
Yes, and then pep would be doing a free-fall without a mat.
So how do we make something a sport? Well, we don't, actually.
The federal high school athletics committee does.
This is a job for congress.
Ah, I love government.
Shady deals, back-room meetings It is grifter paradise.
This is wrong.
We work outside the law, not smack-dab in the middle of it.
Relax, eliot.
Elected officials are the easiest marks in the world.
Between their ego, the greed, and the politics More hooks than a bait shop.
I'm just saying, we'd be better off running a stock scam Or maybe a little heist.
Hey, the government's just a system, baby.
And if it's a system, we can hack it.
I already got The cheerleader protection act, H.
505, up for vote In about 20 minutes.
Poor bastards won't know what hit them.
Assuming it passes.
Assuming what? It's a bill to keep high-school girls out of wheelchairs.
Who's gonna vote against it? Ladies and gentlemen, this bill is a staggering I say a staggering overreach of government power.
You were saying? How the hell did this bill come up for a vote Without us knowing about it? I don't know.
I-I've been trying to keep tabs on things, but Now, I was a quarterback in high school, So I think I know a thing or two about cheerleaders.
And one thing I know is that they do not want big government Getting all up in their business.
Cheerleaders are strong, independent young women.
They don't need a bunch of white-haired old men From washington telling them what to do.
They don't need a nanny state dictating their every move.
Sophie, can you get a head count? They got parents to do that for them.
Now, I know it's hard for parents to raise a teen.
Judging by the body language, I'd say Zero for, seven against.
These parents are hard-working americans.
Hardison, we got to stop this now.
I can't hack the agenda while the meeting's in session.
No, we've got to stop this now not the agenda.
The sound system.
What we're talking about Is having this August body March into their towns Straight down the neighborhood streets And right into the front door of our high schools.
And make no mistake, Once we let big government into our high schools, Well, who knows where that might Just press this button.
I said, who knows what Sorry.
Anyone anyone mind if we table this Until we can get things working around here? Uh, folks, we're gonna put this off till next week, And thank you all for coming.
looks like we have some time.
Maybe this won't be a complete disaster.
Did anyone else catch that? Baran, the C.
Of pep The bill was about to be voted down.
I mean, that's the best thing That could happen for pep, right? You're right.
She should be thrilled.
Why the long face? Okay, parker, I need you to break into baran's office And see what she's up to.
No problem.
It's not like I'm dragging around A flock of cheerleaders or anything.
The rest of us Let's go steal us some congressmen.
+ and here's our committee.
According to sophie, we've got seven nay votes.
We need to flip four to win.
The good news is we got tons of data on these politicians Voting records, financial records, all that.
It makes it easy to figure out who's the most influential And who's the easiest to influence.
Who's our best buy? These are our four right here.
Congresswoman jane berkus.
She's very numbers-driven.
Impeccable on women's issues.
We make her know that this is about protecting young girls, She's in.
There's congressman juan caballo.
Now, he won his seat in a populist upswell That he's having trouble maintaining.
We keep him in office, he votes how we want.
Hold on.
Congressman john zahn.
He's currently being investigated For some fundraising irregularities.
Now, we make his problem go away, He makes our problem go away.
Finally, we have congressman J.
He's a consummate washington insider.
His father held that seat and his grandfather before him.
Now, this man loves the cameras, and he loves his power.
He's also the committee chair, Which means if he's against us It means he's got 100 procedural tricks he can use kill the bill.
We need him, or we got nothing.
Wait a minute you're talking about Running a con on four separate marks.
No, not not marks.
Elected officials.
We do this right, we'll have them Eating out of our hand by dinner.
"Eating out of our hand by dinner," huh? Anybody else feel like We've been chewed up and spit out? All right.
Anything else? We're done.
Uh, actually Yes, new guy.
I'd like to discuss H.
The cheerleading bill? Right you are.
You see, there are some numbers that I think you'll find Numbers.
Like the $20 million the bill will cost schools In equipment and training? I am not taking money away from arts, music, school lunches, Or, god forbid, actual women's sports So that candi, mandi, and brandi-with-an-I Can flounce around in their miniskirts and midriffs.
But So unless you can find $20 million Lying around unclaimed in the federal budget, We're done.
I feel you.
But, um You know, hardison, you said it yourself Government's just a system.
It is a system.
It's also "war and peace" with math.
At least you're dealing with money.
That's why the voters sent me here.
Hold on.
How can I help you, miss amber von cleve Of the cleveland von cleves.
The family would like to make a sizable donation To your re-election campaign.
There is, however, one thing We'd like to make sure we see eye-to-eye on.
The corn subsidies.
The excuse me? I know how important they are to the district, But I've been stonewalled.
You really want to get me re-elected? Find me a way to land those corn subsidies.
I got to take this.
Now, wait a minute.
You said you like back-room dealings.
I like stealing things that are real.
Cash of course.
Land sure.
Art yes, please.
Corn subsidies? Not so much.
At least you're stealing.
They've got this place sewn up so tight, I can barely even case it.
No, I told you I don't have time right now.
No Um, coach? Right! Okay, who's up for some basic gymnastics drills? Yes.
What are you called? Madison.
Can I be excused? I don't feel well.
But We have laser grid, madison.
Laser grid.
Huh? They're so jaded.
Parker, you just got to figure out how to connect with them.
You have more in common than you think.
Why are you so upbeat about all of this? Yeah.
I mean, how'd you do with the distinguished gentleman From being-investigated-for-fraud? Congressman, sorry to interrupt.
It's no problem, pal.
Just tell me this.
What do you want, and what's it worth to you? Let's talk.
Lunch? Sounds great.
For real, man? You telling me you bought a congressman with a lunch? It was a nice lunch.
I've been saying it all along, guys.
Elected officials are the easiest mark in the world.
Oh, you think so, huh? Congressman.
Steven turner, rossi consulting.
How you doing? Just fine, mr.
Just fine.
You're a busy man.
I can appreciate that.
Listen, we have a client that runs A political action committee for women's athletics, And we'd like to know your stance on H.
I made man I think it's government overreach, Pure and simple.
I hear that, I tell you.
But, however, our client does want to make A substantial donation to a congressman no, no.
Listen carefully, son.
Now, people don't donate to me to buy my vote.
People donate to me Because they already know how I'm gonna vote.
People donate to me because of my integrity.
Now, if your people are interested in me, I'm happy to have your money.
But if you think you can buy a vote off of J.
Legrange, Well, you got another think coming.
You mean Yeah, I mean the guy's got integrity.
Elected official or not, you can't con an honest man.
+ Okay, people, let's grift.
Hello, numbers.
You ready to dance? Corn subsidies? Why did it have to be corn subsidies? congresswoman greenhill.
I'm debra scott of the scottsdale scotts.
The family would like to make a sizable donation To your re-election campaign.
There is one thing, however, We'd like to make sure we see eye-to-eye e e e e on.
Corn subsidies.
Corn subsidies? Do you know what corn subsidies are code for? Excuse me? Ethanol.
And do you know what the problem with ethanol is? No, but I sure would like to find out.
Well, people think that it's clean energy, But it's still burning carbon.
It takes attention away from real sustainable energy.
And do you know what arizona has more of Than any other state? Sand? Sun.
Limitless, clean sunlight.
I won't subsidize corn in ohio Unless there's at least as much for solar subsidies in arizona.
This is a bad idea.
You can't con an honest man, nate.
He's not an honest man.
He's an elected official.
Really? 'Cause he turned down pac money, Which, by the way, is legal.
That just means money's not his hook.
You got to figure out what is.
All right, he's a politician.
He likes power.
Don't offer him money.
Offer him more power.
Uh, congresswoman? New guy.
What do you need? Uh.
What?! The money.
Look, x-12 It's an armored-vehicle prototype.
All right, $50 million Was earmarked for development this year, But the pentagon says they don't want it.
They said they don't need another armored car.
So I'm thinking we take that money, Put it into cheerleading, right? We fund the bill.
We have plenty to spare.
You can't touch that money.
but the pentagon does not want it.
It's defense spending.
It's a separate appropriations bill from education.
You'd have to send both bills back to the floor And start all over.
Right right, but just l-listen real quick.
They do not want the money.
But they don't they don't want the money.
Steven turner, rossi consulting.
Fella came around yesterday looking to buy my vote.
That was not my fault.
I wanted you to know that was my boss's idea.
I respect integrity, sir.
I respect the hell out of it.
As a matter of fact, It's how, uh, it's how I choose a leader.
Now, my firm happens to have a client that wants to sponsor A primary challenge to senator fischer.
you grooming me for a higher office? Well Sorry, son.
I spent a lot of time becoming the big fish in my little pond.
And that's the way I like it.
Hey, ms.
Rochester, Those solar subsidies are earmarked for new york.
My constituents are counting on them.
come on, congressman.
One new yorker to another arizona's got more sun.
Can't we just split the difference? Maybe I can swing it, But I'm gonna need a little favor from you.
Hey, parker? Any progress getting into baran's office? Not yet.
Security's tight, but Okay, good.
Now, just like we practiced.
The projections are great, But this whole thing hinges on having the cash on hand in time.
Are you in? Sounds like she's trying to get money together, But I don't know what for.
Okay, well, you got to get in there and find out.
Yeah, I know.
But there's cameras everywhere.
It's almost like they know There's a jillion pesky teenagers crawling around.
Coach? Coach, uh, do you think we could let her down? Why? She's fine.
Well, she might get dizzy.
Or or something.
Bring her down.
Okay, so what's your next play? Well, you're supposed to be the mastermind.
He doesn't want power.
He doesn't want money.
Maybe he really is an honest man.
Everyone has a hook, eliot.
Everyone has a weakness you can exploit.
Do you? No.
You? No.
Look, maybe this doesn't fit into your world view, nate, But there are some people out there That just want to serve.
Trust me.
I served with them.
Well, if all they want to do is serve, You can exploit that, too.
Congressman! Hi.
How you doing again? Steven.
Back again.
Very tenacious.
Thank you.
Listen, I was wondering if you ever considered Taking a job on the punditry circuit.
not not right now.
I'm talking about later, you know, so you can Keep fighting the good fight after your term's over.
I'm not interested.
Come on, man! Why the hell not? Sorry.
'Cause I'm not planning on leaving office any time soon.
Well, no, no, no, no.
No, no, of course not.
I mean, you probably got this re-election All sewn up this cycle.
Probably the next one, too.
But, you know, after that, it could get a little bit rough.
I'm thinking maybe eight years tops, And you're looking for other work.
What are you talking about? Polling numbers.
Eight years out? You don't have those numbers.
Nobody has those numbers.
We do.
It's a computer model.
Some of the boys whipped it up back at the office.
Now, it shows demographics, and it shows social trends.
And can I be honest with you? I don't know the first thing about any of that stuff, Except for the fact that it works.
It sounds like snake oil to me.
Okay, tell him to look at tracey college's Well, if you're not t t t t t interesd I understand.
You should, though You should tell your campaign manager to take a look At the tracey college What about it? When a college expands Well, when a college expands, young voters come in, And that's not your demographic, is it? That and many other things is what the model accounts for.
I want to see this model of yours.
Two hours.
My office.
Yes, sir.
Not bad.
You can fake all that polling stuff I was talking about, right? Hope so.
Baran? Hmm? You should see this.
A man on the hill tipped me off.
This guy's been talking to congressman legrange On and off for the last two days.
I've seen this one, too At the committee meeting on H.
You think they're trying to push the bill through? No sense taking chances.
Let's make sure Congressman legrange stays where we want him.
Are you sure you can control him? I was a cheerleader in high school.
I think I know a few things about quarterbacks.
+ Okay, eliot and I are circling legrange.
Sophie, where are you? Trying to improve the air-quality standards In massachusetts.
For corn subsidies? No, to get me the fishery concessions That I then trade for logging rights To get me the redistricting deal, That gets me the grant funding, That gets me the solar subsidies, That finally gets me the bloody, stinking corn subsidies.
I don't know how anything gets down around here.
You have to be a grifter to run government.
I'm gonna need an assistant.
Okay Hardison? How you doing? Look, nate, I'm good with systems.
You know that.
But this this system hacks back.
I got $7 million sitting right here, Set aside for mad-cow testing, which nobody uses, Because, I mean, you know, Nobody wants to know that they got mad-cow cows.
Yeah, so, uh, give them to the cheerleaders.
I can't, man.
There's a law right here that says That there has to be money set aside for mad-cow testing, Which nobody does! Makes no sense.
There's no rhyme, no reason, no It's cool.
Don't pop a nerve.
Don't pop a nerve.
Don't throw a book.
Okay, well, you two just keep doing what you're doing.
Let's wrap this up fast before somebody snaps.
Uh, parker, did you find anything? The meet's in an hour.
If I use it as cover, I can sneak up to the roof, short out the security system, Then get down into baran's office While everyone's here.
Where's madison? Where is madison?! Madison? I haven't seen her in a while.
I lost a cheerleader.
Okay, ashley, where's madison? Can I have some water? In a minute.
Why don't you tell us again, from the top? I don't know where madison went.
Don't give us that.
The girls say you're her best friend.
Best friends talk, angela.
Are you gonna talk? Huh? Are you? Huh? Easy.
Your coach gets a little hot under the collar.
Am I in trouble? Are you gonna call my parents? You can parent up.
That's your right.
Madison talked to me in confidence.
A big word for a little girl.
Where's madison? ms.
Von cleve's office.
Scott's office.
Scott's not available.
Von cleve's office.
Von cleve's office.
How may I help you? I'm sorry, senator.
so, you'll see to it That massachusetts gets the contract For the new military personnel database.
And you'll see that the land is leased to the general For the new air base in the persian gulf.
Think you can shake on that? Okay, $5 million earmarked for Vocational training For millers, blacksmiths, and haberdashers By an 1884 statute.
Hey, anybody got a way To legally define cheerleading as haberdashery? I'll see what I can do.
- ginger! - Yes, ma'am? Get me congressman finke on the phone.
Okay, right away, ma'am.
all right.
I mean, yeah.
'Cause that's what we do.
That's how we get it.
Madison? Madis Madison, hey, what are you doing down here? Everybody's freaking out.
Come on, we got to get you to the competition.
I don't want to compete.
What? Why not? I don't want to mess up again.
What are you talking about? When do you mess up? You're great.
Seriously? Oh.
You were marcy's spotter.
I don't know what went wrong.
We'd done it a hundred times.
Everything was going perfectly.
I just don't want anyone else to get hurt.
Look I'm not afraid of heights or falling or Anything I probably should be.
But do you know whatam afraid of? Letting down the people I care about.
Look, you don't have to compete if you don't want to compete.
But I think your friends are gonna feel a lot safer Knowing that you're there, instead of having no one there.
Right? Did, uh, that work? Because I kind of got to get all the way up to the roof, so How did you know how to get down here? All the girls know how.
There's no security or cameras down here, So we all just come down here to do stuff.
No security? well, the cor subsidies are locked up.
Budget is, too.
And counting nate's lunch buddy, We've got three of the four votes that we need.
Just leaves me and legrange and That's him.
Steven turner.
He just canceled.
I'm so what came up? And so it is with great pleasure that I announce to you The pep athletics J.
Legrange cheerleading scholarship.
Ladies and gentlemen, congressman legrange.
Oh! Uh, well, uh, thank you, ms.
And thank you, pep athletics! Come on.
Let's hear it.
I I am I'm very proud to be associated With such a fine example of american entrepreneurial spirit.
Thanks so much.
Appreciate it.
That's it.
That's his hook.
To get his name on a scholarship And a big yearbook picture blown up.
Yeah, we were thinking too big.
Well, he just publicly tied himself to pep athletics, So there's no way he's gonna vote against them now.
That's not the only bad news.
I'm in baran's office.
She's planning to buy pep, take it private.
That's why she was pulling all the cash together.
Yes, and why she was so upset the bill almost failed Because if the bill fails, Pep's stock price goes through the roof.
She can't afford that.
But if she already owns the company before the bill fails She cleans up.
We accelerated things too fast.
We put the bill up for a vote Before she had a chance to get her money together.
If she buys pep, that means even less oversight.
How do we stop her? We accelerate things even more.
+ Ladies and gentleman, Is proud to presentmen, The 17th annual tournament of champions.
Ready! Ready! Let's hear it for the mhs badgers! Ready! Ready! Let's go! Ready? Ready.
Let's go.
You seem to be popping up all over the place.
I do that.
Listen, I've moved up the vote again On H.
505 first thing tomorrow.
How'd you pull that off? Congressman, sorry to interrupt.
No problem, pal.
Just tell me this.
What do you want, and what's it worth to you? The bill is gonna fail Before you have a chance to put your money together.
Then it's "bye-bye, buyout.
" You're very well informed, mister? Okay, then.
Bring it on.
She's on the hook.
We need the rest of that money right now.
I want the buyout done today.
We're still short on funds.
We've got 22 companies under our umbrella.
Pull anything you can.
Okay, nate, you were right.
They just pulled up the org chart To dip into other companies.
There are only a few with liquidity.
Well, try cheer wear, the uniform company.
oh, no, you don't.
You're swimming my pool now, guppy.
ng Um, ms.
Baran, the system's giving me an alert.
I'm not sure that transfer is legal.
Why not? It says there's a 1938 labor law requiring textile companies To keep cash on hand to pay overtime.
Is that for real? I'm checking, but it does seem to be legitimate.
What about the all-cheer competition league? We run a competition a week.
They must have plenty of cash on hand.
Oh, keep it coming.
Keep it do what you got to do.
ng We can't use that money, either, because Because we'reeeee a sweepstakes? We'rewhat? We're not a sport, so technically, This says, we're a sweepstakes.
There there are a lot of restrictions On what you can do with sweepstakes money.
Go for C.
All those broadcast contracts they must have cash.
Um, ma'am, C.
Is under investigation For indecency.
Well, when the hell did thhappen? oh.
Right t, sir.
That is a wardrobe malfunction.
I can see her hoo-hah! Her hoo-hah, sir! Are you blind?! Do I need to call congressman caballo? Or congressman greenhill? I will call my whole rolodex, sir! ng Find that money.
I don't care where you get it, but you find it! Call me when the transfer's done.
Keep on him, hardison.
I'm on it.
Where's coach? She'll be here.
She won't let us down.
Wolves, you're up.
Let's give it up for the wolves.
I'm here! I'm here! I'm here! all right, let's huddle up.
I bet you guys could use a pep talk right about now, huh? Yeah.
For marcy? For marcy.
Go, wolves.
Go-o-o-o, wolves! You play a good game.
Thank you.
It's not over yet.
Oh, wrong.
My assistant found the money.
I bought pep while you've been standing here Gawking.
Two, four, six, eight.
Who did we annihilate? + Ah, you underestimated me.
People underestimate cheerleaders all the time.
I didn't.
I saw a niche, and I exploited it.
Every girl wants to be a cheerleader.
Every girl wants to be pretty.
Every girl wants to be popular.
And they will pay anything to get it.
Cheerleaders built me a $300 million-a-year company Because I didn't mm.
Underestimate them.
Wolves! Ladies and gentlemen, Let's hear it for the northfield wolves! You know, I-I really don't think I underestimated you.
In fact, I think I estimated you just About Wait for it.
Let's give a hand for all our teams.
You're gonna want to get that.
What? We have a problem.
There are federal agents here with a warrant.
For what? Insurance fraud.
What? Why are the The money.
Where did you pull the money from? The only place I could.
The national cheerleading insurance and underwriters.
Hardison, that insurance company That the cheerleaders have to buy from How much cash on hand do they have? Oh, they never pay out.
They got a lot of premium money sitting there.
Okay, so here's what we're gonna do.
We are gonna make sure that That's the only money she can draw from.
All right.
Uh What happened? I-I didn't do this.
I didn't you didn't what? I didn't Okay, just wait a second.
I'm gonna go get ms.
Baran? I didn't Ms.
Baran, we've got another photo op.
I did not authorize that transfer.
Snyder did it on his own.
This will fall on him.
Well, that would be true if it weren't for the bribe.
What bribe? What bribe? The bribe that you gave him, that's hiding in that trophy.
What? Oops.
Baran? I did not do that.
I did not do any of this, and no one can prove that I did.
Well, actually, that's the best part.
No one has to.
All they have to prove is that people that work for you Committed insurance fraud and bribery.
And you, as the C.
, that opens you up to rico charges.
The mafia has a less-complicated setup.
And a rico case them, yto bring them down.
Ask force Fbi, ma'am.
Come with us.
What?! Let go! Let go of me! Cheers! What the hell just happened? Did I just accept a bribe? Well, technically Maybe.
But you didn't know, so it probably I'll tell you what I would do, congressman, Is I would put as much distance Between me and pep athletics as possible.
Ladies and gentlemen, This bill protects our children our children! And if we cannot protect them, Well, then, what is this August body for? I call for an immediate vote on H.
505, The cheerleader protection act.
All in favor? Motion passed.
Yeah! Motion passed! Whoo! Well done.
All right, coming through.
I don't know how to thank you, mr.
Well, don't thank us quite yet.
All right, now, excuse me.
Young lady, I just want you to know That every decent american feels for you.
And it gives me great pleasure To declare you the first recipient Of the J.
Legrange scholarship for injured female athletes.
I figured I'd put that to better use.
How are you? J.
I don't vote.
Oh, you will.
Your tickets, ma'am.
Here you go.
Oh, thursd thurs Thursday.
That's great.
No problem.
And what was that about? huh? Oh, I was j I was, um, Just planning a little trip to the gulf.
The military are breaking ground on fort devereaux.
Fort devereaux? Mm-hmm.
I love government.
Missed you guys this week.
Good game.
Good job on this one.
I know what you're trying to do, nate.
You could have told me how to hook legrange the whole time, But you wanted to see if I could figure it out on my own.
I trust some day very, very soon, you're gonna tell me What kind of game you're playing.
Good job on this one.

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