Act I happens at around 11 a.m. Wear, who possesses the garbage shop where the whole play happens, has sold a wild ox nickel to a client for ninety dollars however now presumes it is worth significantly more. He and his young gofer, Bob (here and there called Bobby), plan to take the coin back. Bounce has been keeping watch on the client’s home and reports that he has left for the end of the week with a bag. Educate, a poker amigo of Don’s, shows up and learns of the plan. He convinces Don that Bob is excessively unpracticed and dishonest for the robbery, and proposes himself as Bob’s substitution. Instruct proposes they take the entire currency assortment and that’s only the tip of the iceberg. Wear demands their poker pal Fletcher going with Teach. Encourage keeps on argueing that he can manage without Fletcher. junkbobby
Act II happens a little before 12 PM around the same time. Educate and Don make last arrangements to start the theft while sitting tight for Fletcher, who is late. Encourage reveals to Don that Fletcher is a liar and a miscreant at cards, and gets ready to go submit the robbery all alone. Wear is making an effort not to take his firearm with him when Bob shows up at the store. He endeavors to sell Don a wild ox nickel, like the one Don had sold the client. At the point when asked where he got the coin, Bob is equivocal. Instruct thinks that Bob and Fletcher have coordinated and finished their own theft behind Don and Teach’s backs. He asks Bob where Fletcher is. Bounce discloses to him that Fletcher was robbed by certain Mexicans and is in an emergency clinic, however when Don calls the emergency clinic, they have no record of his confirmation. Bounce asserts that he probably been mixed up about the name of the emergency clinic, however the dubious Teach strikes him on the head with a metal item. Another companion calls, validating Bob’s story and naming the right clinic. Wear calls the medical clinic and affirms that Fletcher has been conceded with a wrecked jaw. Weave admits that he made up the tale about the client leaving with a bag, and that he purchased the second nickel from a coin vendor to make up to Don for his inability to monitor the client. Wear rebukes Teach for injuring Bob and orders him to get his vehicle so they can take him to the medical clinic.