Christopher Kryzstofiak also brings ridiculousness to life as Flaco, Maggie's drug-dealing, jealous ex-boyfriend who tries to fight Paul while bound to a chair. And, oh man, is he bad. We'll forgive him for threatening Paul (who wouldn't?), but mugging a nun? Yet, despite a script that would depict Flaco as the fumbling jerk, Kryzstofiak manages to bring humanity to his character. In a surprisingly poignant monologue, Flaco justifies his criminality: It was tough and he did what he had to do. Despite the fact that he kicked that nun, you can't help but hope he'll jump on the 12-step bandwagon and clean up (or volunteer to die, thus redeeming himself).