Summary: Harry and Kirmani joke around with Murphy.
"That's me - Harry Dresden, the big kāhuna."
"A kahuna?" Murphy asked. "Where's your board?"
Harry lifted his hockey stick triumphantly. "Kāhuna, it's Hawaiian for priest...or for magician."
"Forgive me, Father, for I have sinned," Kirmani said. "I have questioned the Dresden."
"For pennance, my child, you must do five Hail Murphys -"
"Don't even think about it," Murphy warned Sid.
"- and buy the coffee for the next two cases," following it up with some nonsense mock-Latin.