You are absolutely right. I read the description with the "my dad's lawyer" and didn't even question the authenticity of it. He's got shitheads like me trying to churn out some kind of interpretation while at the same minute he is frustrating the autism of the Gators and Flamencos, and leaving Ralph in an absolute state of confusion.I can see all of that in there, but you're also missing the up front layer of using the title to address the escrow question, closing on Nick (the specific lawyer being floated as escrow) being a LOOOOOOSER and making something that we all know the intended audience will be confused and annoyed by. It's not a subtext at all, rather a surtext of "Fuck you. You couldn't grasp that this wasn't ever real, no matter how over the top and theatrical we got, and you even still seem to think there could be a chance that your re.tarded e-fight might happen. I do not respect any of you. Let's see if you can finally figure it out"
PPP is like a plate-spinner working 4 or 5 different distinct narratives that look unrelated, but end up being part of something grander. Some how the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. I'm impressed he can achieve this TBH.