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The Waiter worked at a restaurant and revue in the Montmartre part of Paris, frequented by Pablo Picasso. When Picasso entered one evening with his companions, the waiter had a gift for his friend Picasso, a model of a Louis Bleriot airplane he had assembled, which would be in exchange for one of Picasso's paintings, to be picked up later. Later at dinner, Indiana Jones would use the model plane to help drive off the pimps.