I’ve been hard on Flo lately, so I gotta admit, reading this scene and this particular turn in it couldn’t have been too easy for her, since the setting is based on the sort of apartment where she was living at the time. But then, I don’t have any illusions about my property being JJ-proof, either. (He’d probably jump the back fence; door back there’s a lot weaker and often unlocked.)

However, one thing about certain big-city settings is that such violence tends to go unnoticed or willfully ignored. As Flo mentioned in the comments, Shanna firing a few shots into the air would not really do much, in Philadelphia, to attract attention. Some police might be by in an hour or so, maybe, by which time JJ would be long gone.

JJ seems to be leaning a little more on the Southern accent than he did with Joel. Not sure what that’s about, unless he’s trying to be underestimated.

It’s been too long for me to remember, but I’m pretty sure this title refers to Xanna and Bandit/Byron’s team failing to “let sleeping dogs lie” and the retaliation they run into as a result.