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The Booth at the End: Start. See What Happens

The Man meets with new clients and existing ones. Sister Carmel wishes to hear God, Willem wants a centerfold, and Melody wants beauty. Meanwhile, Jenny, James, and Mrs. Tyler contemplate what they have to do to get their greatest wish, while Detective Allen learns that there is no deceiving The Man.


Episode Info


Episode number: 1x1
Airdate: Monday July 11th, 2011



  • Currently 9/10
9/10 (2 Votes cast)

Recap

At a quiet non-descript diner, Cadillac Jacks, The Man sits at a booth at the end of the aisle. The Man is going through his ledger when a man in a suit, James, comes in and sits down at the booth. When The Man points out that James is late, the newcomer admits that he wasn’t sure if he was coming. He says that he’s picked a girl and The Man asks for details, but James says he doesn’t want to. The Man persists and James says that the girl was four. He continues giving details, describing what the girl was wearing. The Man writes in his ledger and asks why James chose the girl, but James will only say that she’s a child and that he figured she hasn’t lived that long so her parents wouldn’t miss her that much. He says that he followed the girl and her parents home, his hand shaking, and gives The Man the address that he requested. James admits that he’s been having second thoughts and his son’s cancer is in remission. The Man says that it’s good news and assures him that he doesn’t have to. However, when James asks if his son will live if he does what is asked of him, The Man says that’s the deal...

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