Burt Young, playing a role even dumber than Paulie in the Rocky movies, somehow thinks that 1) his stack of $50 chips are $5 chips, and 2) that he is in big trouble showing 10 in Blackjack. After unsuccessfully pleading with the dealer (an uncredited Joe Pantoliano) to let him off the hook, he gets a 9 so is sitting fairly pretty (a first for Burt Young) at 19.
Joey Pants reminds him that the dealer could have 20. Joe Pesci strolls over and encourages him the that next card is will be a 2, paying 5 to 1 for 5-card Charlie, a prospect as smelly as a One Wipe Charlie. So the poor sap loses everything and — no, wait, he actually gets a 2 and wins a fistful of dollars!
He goes to give Pesci a tip for his asinine, almost sure-to-bankrupt-him advice. Joe tells him he can’t accept a small gratuity. On the other hand, Pesci has the inside line on a no-risk, tax free limited partnership guaranteed to to double all the money almost overnight.
At the bar, Young and Pesci discuss this fail-proof scheme. Pesci says he has always had a thing about the number 2 — Young drawing the 2, this deal to double the cash. So Young ends up penniless after all. Oddy Pesci is celebrating with only one hooker.
The next day, a black cat crosses the road causing him to run off the road and blow a tire on his BMW. He ignores the warning signs and walks to a nearby house featuring identical classic convertibles in the driveway. When he gets to the strangely designed pink house, in inimitable Joe Pesci style, he says, “What the fuck is this shit?” 
As in every TV episode on this blog, he lets himself into the house to use the phone. He is surprised when a beautiful brunette pulls a gun on him as he is looking at a picture of the house’s architect — her father — on a magazine cover. And further surprised when her twin sister appears.
It is quite reasonable that Pesci would would try a scam to pass himself off as an admirer of her father’s work based on a glimpse of the magazine cover, But then he spouts off about the architect’s other buildings, German Expressionistic influence, 1950’s Futurism, Bauhaus — HTF does he know all that by looking at one picture?
The girls — April and June — are charmed by Pesci’s miraculous knowledge of their father’s work and invite him to have a drink, probably a double. Unfortunately, just as he learns the twins are worth $2 billion, the tow truck driver shows up. Which is really strange because 1) it didn’t take 2 hours, and 2) Pesci was holding down the phone cradle buttons (i.e.was faking the call, for those unfamiliar with 20th century tabletop rotary phones).
But the girls invite him back, and they go out multiple time. He is amazingly 1) able to get them out of the hermit-like existence of their house, and 2) able to get them to be seen in public with him. As he continues the story to his solitary hooker.
He starts charming each of them individually and they agree that they wish there were two of him. In order to marry both of them, ensuring that he can scam them out off all their money, he pretends to suddenly remember he is a twin. One always has to stay in South Africa to oversee their business interests. Soon, the twins marry the “twins.”
There are a couple of twists and, more importantly, a couple of bustiers. The twins might not be great actresses, but there were beautiful enough to deserve longer careers. Joe Pesci was a force of nature as always. Kudos to him for restraining his career and not wearing out his welcome by appearing in 3 movies a year.
No split decision on this one – good episode.
-  I wouldn’t have done that for anyone but Pesci.