Bronson refers to the film Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, starring Steve Martin.
In keeping with his self-description, he’ll hide your corpse and move grade A drugs.
“Fiend Weekly” is a humorous adaptation of the restaurant review magazines. 5-star restaurants and whatnot.
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You don’t hear much talk of “pounds” of coke. Kilos are the preferred unit of weight.
The 60th Surah of the Qur'an deals with love and treating others (including one’s enemies) justly.
She’ll heal Jay’s wounds with her love.
Jay probably means that he has overcome the Dark Side and that it is no longer a threat to him,
Darth Vader, who is an active wielder of the Dark Side, has “mastered” it, but uses it for his own gain.
Jay has referenced Star Wars in numerous songs:
Shit has officially hit the fan in that club. They’re still partying, though.
Jay has said that he’s on a mission from God, and that slaying the Devil is his calling. Having sex with underage girls would compromise his righteousness.
He can still engage in platonic interactions with them, though.
Eugene’s inability to read at age 8 points to poor schooling and/or parental neglect; the latter wouldn’t be far-fetched given that Black Zack, Eugene’s father, is a crack fiend.
Eugene’s asthma might be the result of environmental factors.
Bronson is thinking nasty sexual things and needs to make them reality. Notice that he says “we” should be on bedrest, not just him.
Bronson has mentioned “retard shit” and basement classes before.
I’m on the third floor, your class was in the basement/
You know what that means; you got a hint of retardation.
The “free form jazz band” might suggest that he and his lady are improvising their sex game as they go along.
You won’t catch Bronsonelli in long pants.
Don’t get high on your own supply and don’t the raw linger on your skin. The drug-sniffing dogs will maul you for that shit.