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Don Lino: What do you mean you don't understand? What's there to understand. We've been over this 1,000 times. I don't want to have to say it again. You know, you're really giving me agita, you know that. I don't know what else to say this. Lenny, you see something, you kill it, you eat it. Period. Thanks. That's what sharks do. That's a fine tradition. What's the matter with you? Your brother, Frankie, here, he's a killer.
Frankie: Thanks, Pop.
Don Lino: He's beautiful. He does what he's supposed to do. Wipe your face, but you... I'm hearin' things. You gotta understand when you look weak, it makes me look weak.
Lenny: I know.
Don Lino: I can't have that.
Lenny: Pop, I'm sorry.
Don Lino: Lenny. Lenny. Look at me. Look at me. This handin' over the business is for both of us and you're acting like you don't even want it. I need to know you can handle that. [sighs] [splutters] Alright, alright. Right here in front of me now, eat this.
Lenny: [whimpers] Gee, thanks, Pop. Here's the thing. I'm on a diet. And I read an article about these shrimps, they're not good for ya. I tell you. You know how many calories are in one of those shrimps? A lot.
Shrimp: It's true. It's true and the other thing is, my sister had a baby and I took it over because she passed away, and then the baby lost its legs, and its arms and he doesn't put a stump, but I still take care of it with my wife and it's growing and it's fairly happy, but it's difficult 'cause I've been working a second shift at the factory to put food on the table, but all the love and I see that little guy's face makes worth it in the end. True story.
Don Lino: [sighs] I'm not askin' you anymore. I'm tellin' you. Eat it!
Shrimp: No, have mercy!
Lenny: Pop, please...
Don Lino: Eat!
Shrimp: No eat!
Don Lino: Son, eat the shrimp! Please!
Lenny: No, please.
Don Lino: Lenny! Eat, eat, eat!
Lenny: Put the shrimp down! [Lenny grabs the shrimp and lets it go.] Go now. No one's looking. Get out of here. You're free now, go on. Go. Go.
Shrimp: You're a good person. [glares at Lino, then gestures to some other shrimp] Come on, fellas.
Frankie: Pop, I can handle the reef. It's not a problem.
Don Lino: No. No. We're gonna do this as a family. Frankie, I want you to take Lenny out, and show him the ropes.
Frankie: Oh, come on, Pop.
Don Lino: Son, you're gonna learn how to be a shark. Whether you like it or not.

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