Chandler wanders around the Promenade until he finds Roxanne. He tells her he got her note, and she responds that she loves him and she probably always will. See, Roxanne? You really could say it to him after all! There was no need for your little "I love you. Do you love me? Check yes or no" note. Chandler takes her up on her invitation to go back to her place, and they walk by a crowd of people. Of course, behind that crowd is Paris, who watches them walk away while The Saxophone of Don't Spy on People If You Can't Handle What You're Going to See, Idiot plays.
Annie sits on a chair and hugs a pillow. How much does her life suck? So much. She gets up to answer a knock at the door. I guess her psychic ability to know people are at the door before they knock doesn't work at night. It's Martin, and he's angry because Asslee just dumped him. And he thinks that Annie told her to do it.
In the rehab center hallway, RevCam asks Peter if he's "sure [he] want[s] to do this." What are they doing there at night? Aren't visiting hours over? Does RevCam pay the Glenoak Hospital off as well as the police force? Jake comes out and greets Peter, who informs him that his son wouldn't accept the letter. And Peter's kind of pissed that Jake made a kid do his dirty work for him. He wants to know why Jake lied to him. "Because I like you," says Jake. "I like you, too," says Peter. Before NAMBLA can name 7th Heaven as its official show, Jake and Peter change the subject to alcoholics and the damage they do to their families. Peter says that his dad had a drinking problem. From behind a corner, RevCam, necked craned to hear every syllable of someone else's private conversation, sighs sadly. Jake asks Peter if he misses his father; Peter says he misses having a father, but he doesn't miss his father. Jake doesn't know how to fix things with his son, and requires Peter's teenage wisdom. Peter tells Jake that he owes it to his son to try. He wishes, and thinks he deserves, the chance to tell his father what he thought of him. Jake gives us a little PSA about Alcoholics Anonymous and about how he's stuck on the eighth and ninth steps, which concern making amends to the people you've hurt. Peter says that all Jake can do is try, but it needs to be him trying and not him giving letters to little boys to deliver to his son. Peter says that his dad never tried. The two shake hands, and Jake agrees to see him son personally.