Reese: You're gonna play Let's Make a Deal with our fence.
Along with mentioning "door number two," later, referencing the TV game show Let's Make a Deal. The show started in 1963 and features a host (originally Monty Hall) picking traders from the audience, often people wearing costumes. The trader then choose between one prize in plain sight, or a hidden prize of unknown value--often behind a door or inside a box. Sometimes the hidden prize is equally valuable, sometimes it is much more, and sometimes it is a "zonk" prize. The host would kick off the trading by declaring "Let's Make a Deal!"