MagnusHex October 25, 2022 Share October 25, 2022 First time viewer currently on season 2. My last episode was D-Girl, which wasn't as bad as people claimed because I didn't mind the amusing concept of Jon Favreau playing this corrupted director (considering how much of a nice guy he is in real life). That said, coming shortly after The Happy Wanderer, which was a solid A+ hit IMO, definitely made D-Girl stood out. I also like it whenever I get to see Tony get all serious in his mafia role, even if it just reminds everyone how much of a scumbag criminal he is. Still, I can't fault Tony entirely, because some of the fault definitely falls on David's shoulders. I've seen people in Singapore letting their gambling addiction ruin their family, leading our version of loan sharks to come spraying paint on their doorsteps (and hanging a pig's head... go figure). So David had very little sympathies from me. I'm pretty sure Tony manipulated him into playing though. I remember reading somewhere that there's a scene in a later episode where Tony even admitted this to David, claiming he knew his gambling impulses would get the better of him, but I might be wrong. Tony is a mob boss, let's not forget that, and he makes his living off suckers like David. I do wonder how he felt assaulting his friend like that, but damn, I wouldn't be surprised if he had no guilt or remorse after the act. 1 Link to comment
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