FRANKIE: You got my word. He’s gonna wish he was never born.
SALVATORE: Good. Call me back when it’s done.
FRANKIE: You got it, boss. Goodbye.
SALVATORE: Good what now?
FRANKIE: I said, ‘Goodbye.’
SALVATORE: What’re you sayin’ to me?
FRANKIE: Goodbye. Like, see ya, talk to ya later. You know, ‘goodbye’.
SALVATORE: I didn’t understand a single word that just came out your mouth.
FRANKIE: How you don’t understand ‘goodbye?’
SALVATORE: Hey, be careful what you say now.
FRANKIE: Woah, I mean no disrespect, Sal. I just mean to say, like, it’s a common way to end phone calls.
SALVATORE: Oh, now he’s callin’ me stupid.
FRANKIE: Hey, hey. I’m just surprised is all.
SALVATORE: I never heard no goodbye before. You never once said goodbye to me before.
FRANKIE: I know and every time I felt guilty about it. It’s rude, Sal.
SALVATORE: You know what’s rude? Assuming everybody and their mother knows some latin word like that.
FRANKIE: I don’t know what to say. I’m sorry.
SALVATORE: How about you just get the job done. Capiche?
Frankie: All right. You got it.
(Frankie hangs up)
SALVATORE: Listen, don’t be doing nothing like this again. You hear me?
SALVATORE: Frankie, you there?