The beginning of this episode of Behind The 8 Ball starts off with the guys discussing Jerry Sandusky, the coach of Penn State, and what he had done with his football players. One of the guys compared it to an older movie called Foxcatcher.
When someone texts you and asks you to call them and you reply “K” and do not call right away, do they have a right to be mad at you? The Ochoman shot one of the guys a text that said to call him, and he replied “K”. During the conversation of phone calls and text messages one of the guys lets slip that he was rehearsing for a play.
The movie Concussion is next up on the agenda and how its ratings were not that high at all. Why were the ratings so bad? Some say it was long and boring which is why the ratings were low, also they were thinking that the NFL had something to do with it.
Throughout the whole show, The Ochoman and the guys keep referring back to Armand and his car. A transvestite broke into Armand’s car and continued to stay in his car upon his return.
In the news recently there was a 16-year-old Pakistan girl who helped her friends elope (which is a crime in Pakistan). She was strangled, thrown in a van, and set on fire. You cannot elope on your own in Pakistan, according to The Ochoman.
Armand invested some of The Ochoman’s money into The Bank of America. The Ochoman only gave Armand $250 to invest, and over the course of three days, Ocho is down $40 and is troubling Armand about it. The Ochoman tells us a story about how he got laughed at and had beer thrown on him by some guys because of his investment decisions.
In the presidential campaign, Kasich was complaining about it not being one on one, so then Cruz dropped out, and as soon as he did that Kasich dropped out. Why? The guys think it may have been because the more established Republicans told Kasich that he had to stab Cruz in the back and get him to drop out because they despise him.
In Canada there is a liquor store chain. The head of the chain told the employees that if people are stealing things, to let them. They do not want to cause problems and put people in harm’s way.
As the show comes to a close the conversation shifts back to the transvestite in Armand’s car, and The Ochoman states that he would not have even talked to the person; he would have called the cops. He would not have given the person in his car a chance to attack him.