Subtitles section Play video Print subtitles - Hey, guys. How you doing? Mind if I use your dishwasher? Mine's busted. Uh, yes. 'Cause we're a restaurant. Great. Teddy, those are golf balls. Good eye, Bob. Good eye. Why are you washing golf balls? 'Cause they're dirty. I got them at the bottom of the lake at the municipal golf course. I clean them, and then I sell them back to the golfers. I make a quarter each. That's about $75 a day. Wow. That's sort of impressive. Well, keep that to yourself. I'm not exactly on good terms with management at the course right now. - OK. Wait, why? Guys at the pro shop wanted a cut. But I'm the one risking my life, right? Diving into a murky lake at night with nothing but a garden hose for air? I've said too much. I can trust you, right, Bob? Right? I don't gotta worry about you, right? Teddy, take it-- You're not gonna tell anyone, right? - (CHUCKLING) Take it easy. - Just keep it to yourself, OK? I won't tell anybody. Just-- I know how you get. They're just golf balls. Run out of things to talk about, and the next thing, you're telling everybody that comes into here about what I got going on. Teddy, there's no reason to insult me when you're using-- Right? Oh, it's just-- --my dishwasher. Here, you know what? Just keep your mouth shut, OK? Uh, here's a little taste. Buy something nice for yourself.