He is talking on the phone to Mr. Wallace. It's pretty early in the morning, he is well dressed, apparently in a hotel room. There are lots of other people there, all well dressed, even children. Does anyone know what is going on in the background in this scene?
About the only thing that sticks with me as terribly incongruous about Pulp Fiction is wondering what exactly were Brett and his buddies doing with the apparently very valuable property of Marsellus Wallace. They come across like a bunch of not terribly competent college kids, way out of MW's league.
So what was he doing having Brett and his buddies even working for him in the first place not to mention holding that briefcase?
But at the end of the movie when the scene is revisited from Vincent and Jules' point of view, she says, "any of you fucking pricks move, and I'll execute everyone of you mother fuckers".
Either she improvised the line, messed up the line, or it was intentional.
"Don't you fucking realize, man, that if Bonnie comes home and finds a body in her house, I'm going to get divorced? Alright, no marriage counselor, no trial separation. I'm going to get fucking divorced, OK? And I don't want to get fucking divorced. Now, man, you know, fuck, I want to help you but I don't want to lose my wife doing it, all right."