In Cy's office, Doris has arrived from the Bella Union with his pay-out from the Chez Amie. He's mad, because...there's too much money. He grills Doris, asking if Maddie and Joanie are salting the mines to make him think things are going better than they are over there. Cy's such an ass. Doris stammers out that the money is mostly from "just the one trick," Mr. W. Cy is curious about this Mr. W. He asks what the man looks like. Doris says she wouldn't know how to describe him. I must make a distinction, here: the women playing the B-list whores on this show? They are all very beautiful and everything, but...well, you know. Doris? Lila? Made of wood.
Cy insults Doris and starts reeling off the twenty questions. They establish that he's a good-looking man, bearded, kind of tall. Cy makes the connection, and he doesn't seem especially thrilled about it. When Doris describes how Mr. W had thrown her into the wall last night for looking at him, Cy remarks that "that's a man with a problem." He's convinced now; Mr. W is Wolcott. "Jesus Christ," Cy says, "can I be that fuckin' lucky?"
At the Chez Amie, Carrie is having a bath. Joanie comes in, asking if she'd like some hot water. They make small talk about how they had each slept the night before. Joanie offers to wash Carrie's back, and Carrie sits up, very deliberately flashing her breasts at the camera. Carrie says she knows Mr. W upset Joanie last night, talking to her the way he did. Joanie says she had been with him the night before; she had guessed Mr. W liked to watch. Carrie asks how that worked out. "I guess he don't," Joanie says. "Or, anyway, not that night. Or maybe just not me." Carrie asks if Joanie wants to know what she and Mr. W do together. She describes how she gets him off through his pants, while both of them are pretty much fully dressed. Joanie asks detailed questions, making Carrie jokingly ask if Joanie would like to write it all down.