The Name of the Game Is Five-Card Stud
Gibby informs the crew that they are all fired, just to soften the blow that there will not be bonuses (not really fired).
Martin is talked into a nickel and dime porker game with his co-workers. They play in Martin’s apartment. Expecting pizza, Martin finds Gibby at the door. Carter, the brown nose, had told Gibby about the game. Gibby lays down a large pile of $100s (the firm is doing financially badly, not him). All but Martin want to play high stakes, until Martin sees his cards. After losing big ($12,000), Gibby starts betting vacation days. Eventually clothing and household appliances get bet.
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