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Dean steals a softball like he’s ordering breakfast. That means casually.
Dean tries to score with a girl, but throws pebbles at her window, which we all know doesn’t work in the courting business.
Because they’re drunk, the woman whose window is being pebbled calls a bunch of men to come after Dean and Sal. But Sal settles the situation by explaining that Dean is his brother.
Dean breaks one of Janet’s records (as in, an old-fashioned CD) – on purpose. But, they all have drunken laughter over it and head out to the bars.
Sal writes a letter to Bull Lee, saying that he has a deal worked out with a woman friend that gives him money and food. Sadly, the woman friend finds out about said letter and never wants to see Sal again.
To Sal, the solution is clear: drink more with Frankie and Dean.
Dean steals a car in order to drive through Denver and...steal a better car.
While the police discuss one stolen car, Dean just steals another.
Frankie and Sal don’t want anything to do with stolen cars, so they take a cab home. Dean follows them in the stolen convertible.
Dean comes back with a fourth stolen car, leaves it in front of Frankie’s doorstep, goes inside, and passes out.
Sal batters him awake so they can move the stolen car to a less incriminating place, namely a mile away.