No sense in lingering around. Let's, uh, begin with the bathrooms. I'll have to watch the episode again to decide if this theory really fits, but I hope it does as it would just be one more sheer genius layer of comedy on top of this already fantastic episode. Alan was let go on account of his leniency. Yeah, we get a passing grade because I bust my ass to make sure that happens, okay? Unfortunately, their warped views and precarious judgments often lead them to trouble, creating a myriad of uncomfortable situations that usually only get worse before they get better.
I can't have this truck out here! Then please push it, like, you know, another couple inches from the door - It doesn't look like six feet to me. I've changed my mind about the stool. No, I'm just gonna Look, go help with the chickens, okay? All right, in you go. Did I miss anything else or was he really just totally nervous about his barkeeper role for whatever reason? What the hell is this? So come on down to the basement. Give him the burned steak. We're a bustling business, so why don't you head to the alleyway and see if there's anything there that needs, uh, inspecting.
And for the love of God, find a shirt! We never have a hard time passing. Hey, uh, is this Carmine's Steak House? We always get a passing grade. You're standing awfully close to me. One of the more impressive feats by that first season's director, Cary Fukunaga, was an uninterrupted, action-filled 6-minute-long tracking shot in the end of episode 4 you can see it. It's an anxiety thing, Charlie. I just had these all in, like, perfect working condition. However, you do have an amazingly clean bar and therefore I'm giving Paddy's Pub the highest possible grade.
Hey, listen, um We've got a huge problem out there, dude. I know Alan would let this slide, but I'm not Alan. That goes to the keg room. Excuse me, with all due respect, Charlie, you don't even know what the goddamn plan is. It's not what I ordered.
I think you're gonna enjoy the exclusivity of the lounge area. Let's have a bite to eat. Hey, you guys mind if I get a quick bite here before we begin? So that wasn't one-continuous shot when the health inspector showed up? Look, give me that fix bag right there. And how are we out here? Never had that impulse before, but I'm totally okay with it. We get the drunks in here, they get all ornery and confused. This wasn't as funny as the first three, but still a good episode and the gimmick of the long tracking shots was cool, it added to the Henry Hill frantic state of Charlies mind.
Man, I'll tell you what. I mean, it's only 400 steaks. Thinks we're a real restaurant. We are not a restaurant that serves food. No, it's doing exactly what it's supposed to do and that's the problem.
No, we're using the sign, because the sign's a big part of the plan. Then help with the chickens if you can, please. Then painting himself black to make a new shirt plus his whole head? It's just that they were gone. You didn't do anything that special. It's not really environmentally safe to turn it up that high.
No wonder he's crazy, he's juggling 5 lives in his head at the same time. Frank flushing his clothes to have a sense of control for a good laugh out of me too. Not a big deal, but it was noticeable. It's a long drive back to Ohio and I figured I was gonna be here a while, unloading all these steaks. The steak is burnt to shit. Okay, put this on the furnace, all right? Yeah, come check out the bar.
Are you talking to me? The health inspector's coming, like, any minute! Everybody's moving so fast all of a sudden, it freaks me out. A day that I've never failed on. Come on, come on, come on. Chickens, cages, they're all going in the vent. You know, the bar is sort of the lifeblood of a bar.