Choose only one answer (edited to include "for each pic.")
A: looks like the guy who, after being informed by the local authorities at his doorstep that they have traced his internet address to a chatroom with underage girls and want to confiscate all the computers in his house, says, "Sure, but can you come back tomorrow? Right now isn't the best time."
B: is the guy who, after making numerous trips to the buffet line at the local Chinese buffet restaurant, is told by the elderly Chinese owner, "Pay now! Leave! Never return!"
C: looks like your ordinary everyday True Value hardware store owner, who, after getting the door for his customers as they're leaving, always replies, "Y'all come back now, ya hear!"
D: is the high school gym teacher who, after learning that one of his students was smoking weed in the gym locker room, says to the student, "hook me up with your sister and this will stay between you and me."
A: is the guy who, after finding out that the gal he has been dating for the last three years is a distant cousin, says, "I don't care what people think, we were meant for each other."
B: always recounts the story during the annual family reunions that he was being seriously considered for the leading-role over Billy Bob Thornton in the 1996 Hollywood flick "Sling Blade."
C: never shunned an opportunity to play a Confederate General in the annual Civil War reenactments in his rural hometown in Alabama, where he would also have a family relative setting up a booth to sell his homemade moonshine products.
D: was considering working for his uncle Wally, at the local garage, pumping gas and cleaning windshields at the full-service gas station as a fallback option should his golf career not pan out.
A: who, after having his incompetent team of misfit associates fail to take out James Bond prior to arriving in-country, arrives incognito as Bond's concierge at the hotel, telling him upon meeting him initially, "Welcome to Tangier, Mr. Bond."
B: after spending two decades in the KGB, became a major player in the Moscow-based Russian mafioso, claiming to have not only survived three separate attempts of cyanide poisoning, but also ripping out a European spy's heart out of his chest with his bare hands.
C: while working on an oil pipeline in Eastern Siberia, during one of the worst storms on-record, saved his crew by trekking 200 miles in -75º temps to a remote village that had radio communications.
D: while running with the bulls in Pamplona, remarked afterward in the interview, "the beast gave me no other choice," as he delivered a powerful roundhouse kick to a bull that was approaching a young spaniard boy lying on the ground, killing it instantly.
A: ran a bed-n-breakfast in Sweden for years until the local authorities finally realized that the clientele who frequented the establishment were never heard from again. When asked about the remains of his clients being found in the basement cellar years later, replied, "my mother killed them. I simply made their beds and fed them breakfast the next day."
B: was a former department store manager who climbed the corporate ladder expeditiously, until he was caught videotaping young women trying on clothes in the department store changing rooms.
C: lost his job with Uber after it was revealed that he was using his part-time gig with the company to facilitate his contracted hit-man services.
D: as the president of the biggest bank in Stockholm, bedded dozens of wealthy, married European women who believed him when he told them that he was "Iceman" in the 1980's hit movie, "Top Gun."