The magistrate Al counted on to be his advocate in Yankton turned Judas. Adams is the magistrate’s bagman. Al is merely probing Adams’s willingness to betray the magistrate. In turn, his warmth is counterfeit.
I love this scene. Partly because Dan’s FACE. And partly because it’s like Dan’s in a chick flick and he suspects his boyfriend of cheating on him. So he’s gathered his bffs (or, in this case, Johnny and E.B., THE MOST DISAPPOINTING GIRLFRIENDS EVER) together to reassure him over brunch.
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