Stanley: That really was something with the dancing girl, wasn’t it? What exactly did that mean?
Desmond: I’ll explain it to you. Remember Lil’s wearing a sour face.
Stanley: What do you mean?
Desmond: Her face had a sour look on it. We’re gonna have problems with the local authorities. They’re not gonna be receptive to the FBI. Both eyes blinking means trouble higher up. The eyes of the local authority. Sheriff and a deputy’d be my guess. You notice she had one hand in her pocket. Which means they’re hiding something. And the other hand made into a fist, which means they’re gonna be belligerent. Lil was walking in place which means there’s gonna be a lot of legwork involved. Cole said Lil was her mother’s sister’s girl. Now what’s missing in that sentence? The uncle. Not Cole’s uncle but probably the sheriff’s uncle is in federal prison. Let me ask you something Stanley. Did you notice anything about her dress?
Stanley: The dress was altered to fit her. I noticed a different color thread where the dress was taken in.
Desmond: Gordon said you were good. Tailored dress is our code for drugs.
Desmond: You notice what was pinned to it?
Stanley: A blue rose?
Desmond: Good. But I can’t tell you about that.
Stanley: You can’t?
Desmond: No, I can’t.