Boats occasionally pass the raft, but they must be thinking there's nothing good to loot since nobody stops.
Finally Bruce Lee and his pirates approach—they're supposed to be some dangerous homeboys, and Bruce Lee's vest is rumored to be made of human scalps.
Fisheye declares himself the leader of the boat and tries to bargain with Bruce Lee. The trade involves human flesh: Hiro and Eliot have to strip naked so the pirates can inspect them. The weird thing is, a few of the pirates sound like they're babbling.
After some haggling, Fisheye decides to make the pirates listen to Reason. Reason, it turns out, is the giant suitcase they've been hauling around, which is also a gun. A very deadly gun.
Hiro and his buddies take over one of the pirates' boats. Handily, it comes with its own servant, a Filipino boy who'd been below the deck.
The new boat isn't doing so good on gas, so they plan to approach the Raft, fuel up, and grab Y.T.; Hiro also wants to rescue Juanita while they're there.