Now in Hard Kill, we get the following exchange:
Texas Battle's** Nick Fox - Oh, man, Maggie wanted me out of the game while I still had all my limbs.
Jesse Metcalfe's Derrick Miller - Wives.
Fox - Yeah, tell me about it. She made me sell my soul for a fancy [pause] 401(k).
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So then later, after our heros survive, we get a bit more of a welfare/pension employee-benefits vibe:
Miller - You OK?
. . .
Natalie Eva Marie's Sasha Zindel - [F] you. I've got a helluva workman's comp. claim.
Fox - So what now?
Miller - Retirement sounds pretty [f]ing good right about now.
Now Bruce's got me waiting for "Die 401(k)ill". I'll be patient.
* I hope y'all got to see his awesome self-effacing turn in The Good Place (which, just to say it, might have the cleverest writing in the history of television).
** I'll take it on faith that Texas Battle is not named for the California v. Texas kerfuffle surrounding Obamacare.