"Oh yeah, I understand, Vinnie. I understand that as long as I work for you, I get treated like a bitch. Well, I was making scores while you were looking up girls' skirts. Have your bitch job back, 'boss'. I quit!"
Toni drops by Vincenzo's warehouse in Atlantic Quays looking for more work. Vincenzo is at first on the phone to his mother and then says goodbye. Toni berates Vincenzo for his lack of respect towards his mother, as he was talking to her whilst receiving a blowjob from a prostitute at the same time. Vincenzo tells Toni about his drug filled Banshee that he needs picking up in order to supply more Leone-controlled drugs into the city.
Toni goes to the car and attempts to drive away, at which point the police arrive and begin to chase Toni, resulting in the player acquiring a 3-star wanted level. Toni manages to drive away from the police and uses the Pay 'n' Spray in the Red Light District to lose them. Toni drives the car to a Leone lock up in Saint Mark's and receives a phone call from Vincenzo. Toni accuses Vincenzo of setting him up, with Vincenzo angered at Toni's supposed ungratefulness after Vincenzo set him up with work and an apartment. The pair argue further before Toni quits working for Vincenzo. In a final act of vengeance, Toni drives Vincenzo's car to the scrapyard in Harwood and has it crushed.
Toni Cipriani enters Vincenzo Cilli's warehouse in Atlantic Quays, where he is calling his mother via the telephone while some partially-seen prostitute named Cheryl gives head to him.
No, listen, listen, listen, listen... I'd do it myself, but I'm being watched by the feds. You know I'll look out for you, trust me! Besides, remember there's a hierarchy there, Caphice? Now be a good kid!
Set you up? Set you up?! When you came back to the city, you had nothing. Nothing! I set you up alright, you ungrateful bastard! With an apartment and a job, and for that genorosity, I expect you to take a few risks now and then. I ain't a charity pal, Okay? And I ain't your sugar daddy. So the police were watching the car. Screw the police! When I tell you to do something, you do it. Caphice?!
Oh yeah, I understand, Vinnie. I understand that as long as I work for you, I get treated like a bitch. Look, I was making scores while you were looking up girls' skirts. Have your bitch job back, "Boss". I quit!
The name of the mission is likely a nod to the original mission in GTA Advance, Hot Wheels, which also involved stealing a Banshee. Both missions' names are a reference to the Hot Wheels brand of die cast toy cars. The Dodge Viper, which the Banshee is modeled after, is one of the most popular die-cast Hot Wheels models.