Louis: I know someone’s there. You should know I’m armed and dangerous, so get out now while you still can. This is your last chance. I have a gun, and I know how to use it. Sheila: Good, but that’s not the gun I’m here for. So you better be locked and loaded because you’re only choice now is to fill me with lead. Louis: Oh my god, this is so hot. Sheila: Louis, stay in character. I’m the burglar. You’re about to be stripped clean. Louis: Yeah, I am. What are you going to make off with ya thief? My money, my bonds, my jewels? Sheila: Oh, I’m after your jewels, and it looks like found them. Louis: Holy shit, Sheila … I can’t help it; I love it when you … Sheila: Uh uh uh! Rule 29 … no L word. Louis: I wasn’t using it. Sheila: We were very clear on the rules, Louis, we wrote the Bill of Badness. It outlined your rights, and you signed it. Louis: I’m sorry, I don’t know what came over me. Sheila: It’s okay, but do it again, and next time we play Prisoner Guard. Louis: Well, then I will do it again. Sheila: Good, because I already got my taser.