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HeistAs is often the case with these shows with glitzy big-budget pilots, the second episode seems to pale a little bit in comparison. Or so I thought for most of the episode because of all the talking and planning. That is until fast-driving Vinny showed up. In mere moments he amped up the entertainment factor with his special-request list, the car-chase music and the amazing under-the-trailer-truck getaway move. Too bad it didn't work and he landed in the slammer. Before he hit the scene, I had been mildly amused by the cashmere face mask, the fact that James was using Sam Jackson as a pseudonym and watching Billy getting stuck in the manhole. "Say diet!" I'm still grooving on this show despite all its Ocean's Eleven rip... rather, similarities, but I'