Boys in my hood
They arrive at Douglas's house and head inside. Once again, Tobey forgets his bookbag, leaving it in the car. Given the fact that the main characters spend almost the entire movie searching for this bag in its various locations, you'd think he'd have learned to hold onto it a little better. Anyway, Tobey and RDJ go off to bed together. Douglas watches them, then looks in on Katie, who's sleeping peacefully, pages of his manuscript scattered all around her. Michael "The Kind Syndrome" Douglas heads outside to spark up a doobie, as the kids like to say. The kids in 1973, that is. While he's out there, we see someone in a mysterious van cruising by. Then Douglas picks up the phone and calls Sara. Of course, it's three in the morning, and Walter doesn't seem too happy when he answers the phone. Douglas tells him that he's in love with his wife. Douglas, not Walter. You know, in case you were confused. "Have you been drinking?" asks Walter. Douglas takes a hit. "No." Heh. Walter tells him to be in his office Monday morning and hangs up.
Morning. Party debris close-up. That sounds more like a Kid Rock album than Black Sabbath. Douglas tries to write, but he's still blocked. Doorbell. It's Sara. She knows that Tobey is the one who killed Poe. She just wants the jacket back. Douglas goes to get it out of the car, but then realizes that his car has been stolen. He can't believe it. Cue the cops, who pull up in front of them. No wacky hijinx this time -- they just want to arrest Tobey. Douglas goes inside to get him, and finds him in bed with RDJ. I think it's safe to say that some macking occurred. Also, nuggin', smashing, toying, schmiggling, and possibly de-greening, although we're never told for sure (thanks, Lauren). Tobey tells Douglas he's not looking too good, but Douglas says he's fine. "Oh yeah, you're fit as a fucking fiddle," responds Tobey. RDJ tells us that's he's planning to publish Tobey's novel.