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- Blonde's flashback is a little longer. Apparently he's pretty buddy-buddy with Joe and his son Eddie, who was the dude in the purple '80s jacket in the diner.
- Blonde just finished a 4-year stint in the slammer. He's got a tough parole officer who won't let him out of the halfway house unless he gets a real job.
- The others commiserate. They know this P.O.
- Eddie and Blonde tussle like brothers and Joe talks to Blonde (whose name is actually Vic Vega) like a son.
- Eddie promises to get Blonde a real fake job; he'll get a paycheck and won't even have to show up.
- If the P.O. shows up to check, they'll say he was sent out of town on business. It's a sweet arrangement.
- Blonde says he'd like to go back to doing jobs with Joe, but Joe's reluctant to use him.
- Eddie convinces his father to use Blonde on the heist—he's been good luck in the past.
- Joe agrees and Blonde's in.