Dressed in a suit and tie, Devin reports to work but Bobby pulls up with Nori, Stuey, and a possible clue to the Zeros. Devin refuses and goes to his old cubicle, noticing the shoes of each employee on his way. He notices the shoes the janitor is wearing and realizes that he isn’t meant to be there. The office does look like where dreams go to die.
As they all roll in Bobby’s car, we find out that Mark Wahlberg (Mark L. Walberg, not the real Mark Wahlberg) once took Christine out on a date and Devin doesn’t like the actor. Nori is connected to Mark Wahlberg and many other famous clients. I see why he came up in discussion. Mark has quite the layout and beautiful features. It would seem the Oregon 4s are Mark’s favorite brands.
Nori has a plan but Devin won’t play tennis against Mark without a pep talk from Bobby, reminding him how close they are. Devin gives Mark and his friends attitude, while Stuey enjoys the leisure room with massages and a monogrammed robe. Devin can’t play tennis well and hates that Mark is nice to him. Then it all goes down after Mark remembers Christine and talks about how she was his favorite extra.
Devin is ready to play again but the game stalls when Mark’s friends argue for a second, but Devin brings it back to the game and plays to win. Mark is not a gracious winner. He rants about all he did for everyone then demands Stuey, who just arrived, to take off his robe, then kicks everyone out. Devin and the crew are so ready to pounce on the shoes when Mark takes them off and throws them into Michael B. Jordan’s yard, or is it an estate? Land? Where there is a panther.
Nori is prepared for this. They leave Mark’s house and hike down to find the shoes. Mark has spent a lot of time throwing items over to Michael’s property. They find one shoe in a tree, and Bobby finds the other, guarded by the panther. Devin, Nori, and Stuey run, but Bobby sticks around. He reaches the car with the other shoe. Everyone is happy until Devin realizes that the shoes are scuffed.
Mark really messed the shoes up on the court. I find this episode amusing. Discount Mark Wahlberg certainly did well portraying the real man. This looks like a fun adventure to go on with friends. I’m really hoping everyone makes money off of it. I want rich connections too.
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