Abelman's Dry Goods
This store is a 30-year retailer of Levy Pants products, currently claiming a recent shipment is defective. Needing to escape the depressing office, Levy orders Gonzalez to send a letter to them as usual. Earlier in the day, Ignatius notices a large rat eating their paperwork and forges a disjointed, unprofessional, and downright nasty letter.
The Louisiana State Penitentiary to which Jones repeatedly refers as being where black people are sent without justification.
This is Mrs. Levy's mechanized exercise apparatus that husband Gus despises as a symbol of her decadence and she uses as a means of diverting their fights.
The Charity Hospital
The Catholic-run institution offering medical care for indigents. Santa convinces Irene she should commit Ignatius to its psychological wing for treatment.
Fazio's Bowling Alley
The site of Irene Reilly's rebirth
Levy Pants Company
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