Richard busts in on Whipper "looking for Ally," and sort of just sits down. Whipper asks, "How's Thing?" "Ling, she's fine." Richard stammers some sort of legal question and then asks if she reached orgasm when they were together. Whipper wants an explanation. He tells her that "Thing has been faking them." "Aw, and you're crushed." Richard says he's less of a man. Whipper tells him that he has nothing to worry about. "You could put me into orbit just by diddling my wattle." I know this is like an old Ally joke or something, but, man, is that a disconcerting expression. Richard says he's good with necks. He says it was good to see her as he leaves and Whipper thinks about not doing any more surgery on her face and then changes her mind.
Back at the Car Wash of Love, Ally gives Iron Eagle the address of the firm so he can try and work things out with Reesa that evening. She stammers around as she's leaving to ask him, "Assuming that you do love her...how could you...you know...with me?" He says she's the only other woman he's been with in the past six years, and he had no intention and he can't explain it. He saw her looking at him and he...we hear "Lady Marmalade" as he asks if she normally has sex with strangers. She says no. He tells her that it was the first time he made love without feeling inhibited. "Sex," Ally corrects him. He says that what happened in the car wash never happened before and will never happen again. Ally says that's good and she'll see him at eight. She gets all close to his face and then sucks in her lips so she can't kiss him goodbye. Trollop. Iron Eagle gets a stiffy.