Phil trots into the bowling alley and proceeds to talk to Ed, while saying "Ed" at least once, if not twice per sentence. Phil also touches Ed on the shoulder while talking to him. Ed is weirded out, as any normal person would be. The phone rings, and Ed answers it. We don't find out yet who was on the other end, but Ed says that he'll be right down and hangs up. He asks Phil to call Mike and tell him to meet Ed "on the corner of Main and Walnut," and that it's an emergency. Phil says "Ed" a few more times. Love that Phil.
At the corner of Main and Walnut, a crowd has gathered to watch a man climb down the side of a building. It's -- no surprise -- Pollak. He's gotten rid of the comb-over, so you know he's footloose and fancy-free. As Pollak reaches the ground, Ed runs over to find out what's going on. Some cops are waiting for Pollak too, and say that it's a good thing Ed is a lawyer, because Pollak needs one. Ed asks why Pollak was scaling the building, and Pollak says that he'd never done it before. Pollak adds that he's done wasting his life. Ed asks how he got up there, and Pollak says that he jumped up, grabbed the flagpole, and pulled himself up. The flagpole is fairly high off the ground, and Ed has a hard time believing the squatty Pollak reached it. Mike walks up and asks how Pollak got out of the hospital. Pollak walked out. The police arrest him for "disturbing the peace and reckless endangerment." Pollak is really, really psyched about getting arrested as the cops lead him away. Mike wonders if Pollak's okay, and Ed says that he seems like a different guy. Mike thinks he's suffering from "post-traumatic stress disorder," and that it's common with near-death experiences, so maybe they should get him to a psychiatrist. As Mike walks away, Ed tries to jump up and grab the flagpole, but he doesn't even come close. He's got the ups of, well, me. Mike wants to know what Ed's doing, and Ed says that Pollak is in his mid-forties, and he can grab the flagpole. Ed's thirty-two, and he can't. Mike looks at Ed like he's crazy as Ed keeps trying. Mike tells Ed that he's "one embarrassing human being," and walks off. I'll tell you what's embarrassing -- Ed's baby blue ski parka.