Going to California

Season 1 Episode 10

A Pirate Looks at 15 to 20

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Aired Thursday 10:00 PM Oct 11, 2001 on Showtime
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A Pirate Looks at 15 to 20
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Ungalow and Space believe that Cassidy is in Key West and decide to track him down there. Ungalow calls his mom to wish her a happy belated birthday and discovers that his dog has died. He meets a dying baby turtle and believes that the turtle is a reincarnation of his dog. Ungalow enlists the help of "Mullet Lady", a woman that sells bait, to help him save the turtle from being relocated to a park/petting zoo. Space meets a bartender that is only known as "Remittance Man". "Remittance Man" tells him that Cassidy can be found with the "The Blonde Stranger" who is a waitress at the bar. Space goes to the bar to find "The Blonde Stranger". She tells Space that Cassidy is sponge fishing and will be back soon. She introduces him to Garner McKay, a fisherman with a secret supply of very strong rum. Later on, Space's new acquaintances tell him that Cassidy has run out of gas and can't finish the run that he's on. Space volunteers to go finish the run and get Cassidy. He thinks he's on a run to pick up some expensive Cuban cigars, but finds out that he's now involved in a smuggling scam involving real Cubans. It turns out that Cassidy was never in Florida and that Space has been had. All of the conspirators names (Remittance Man, the Blonde Stranger,...) were taken from old Jimmy Buffet songs. They have all of course taken off, but the local sheriff is familiar with their scam and lets Space off the hook.moreless

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