Throw Momma From The Train A Knish
Because the train is soon leaving the station. Note that in post #22817 on Monday, notorious Pumper Ming observed that June call option strikes at $35 or less, expiring at week's end totaled 22,234 contracts representing 2,223,400 shares.
With less than three days to go, that figure is 20,731 contracts or 2,073,100 shares. Whatever contract balance remains at Friday's close(with most brokers allowing ten more minutes thereafter to adjust positions) is the number of shares times 100 that must be delivered when called.
That's still a lot of kasha knishes to come up with all at once given the laughably modest float and the gargantuan short interest. The shorts will be taking those knishes in the kishkas. If the share price rises above $35 by then, they better have the dough to make all those knishes.