Times being tough all over, Malcolm decides to "make some Benjamins" by joining the Crips, one of L.A.'s most notorious gangs. He dons his most badass shirt*, turns his ball cap backwards just like he's seen on Fred Durst, and reclaims his Boston nickname ("6-Pak") as his new gangster name.
To prove his "toughness", he attempts his first car jacking as a way to impress his future gangster chums.
It does not go well for 6-Pak.
*FYI, the Crips don't take kindly to the color red, 6-Pak. So what I'm saying is that between your shirt and your hair... among other things, I foresee difficulties for you.
Upon learning this was how Polanski directed much of the "Ghost Writer" and realizing he can sit on the couch at home and practice his guitar while directing, Cucc sends his monkey out to to do the dirty work at distant locations while still maintaining an on-set presence. The power soon goes to Cucc's head, but Scooter keeps a smile on his face and hides his knife-eyes behind his cool shades.
When asked for comment, Scooter simply said, "I'm like that guy in that movie... 'Risky Business', y'know? Or was it 'Top Gun'? 'Days of Thunder'? Whatever, my future's so bright...!"