After being conned by friends Jim sets them up to settle the score and save himself.
Did You Know?
Though Eddie's in the hospital - supposedly for diabetes - the pallet on the deal (saying he's 'denied' for the dialysis machine) doesn't exist. Dialysis machines have never been available as 'at-home' medical equipment, both due to their (still) very high cost, but (much) nor importantly; each time a dialysis machine needs to be used require doctor or nurse to do a check-up, and also requires that a machine be calibrated, each time - to very exacting levels and measurements, things which a patient could never be allowed to do on their own, due to the (very) high risk of making a life-changing threatening mistake. See more
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Bum-mer! I call up with some good vibes and positive energies and talk to a robot? For-get you man!
Byron Morrow appears in this episode where Jim & cohorts pulls the long con on characters played by Howard Duff & Joan Van Ark. Morrow also appears 4 years earlier in The Sting where Paul Newman, Robert Redford & collection of con artists pull the ultimate con on Robert Shaw. See more