Over at the frat party, Warren's hanging out with Grandma Moses, who asks him if he wants to see something "cool." Warren asks if she means "cool" as in his cousin who's double-jointed, and can bend his thumb backwards. Granny takes his hand and leads him through the crowd and up some stairs. Warren's telling himself to be cool, be cool. The poor guy's probably ejaculated twice since he walked through the door. Granny takes him up to the frat's sex room, and Warren's babbling like a possessed baby. Granny asks him if he knows what would be fun, and he blurts, "ParcheEsi?" and then covers all the fine points of the board game. Granny giggles and starts taking his coat off and sitting him down on a couch, saying that she was thinking of something more along the lines of "Spin the Bottle." Warren says that's another timeless classic, but that with two people, it kind of defeats the purpose of kissing random people. Granny spins the bottle, doesn't really bother to see who it may be pointing at, and starts kissing Warren. Warren is in heaven, since he's never kissed a woman who wore Depends, unless you count the time his Aunt Tessie got drunk at Christmas. Warren asks Granny to marry him, and she tells him it's his turn to spin the bottle. He grabs the bottle and throws it, breaking it in a corner. They start getting hot and heavy, with Warren telling her that he really thinks she's the one, but then the scene fades away and we never find out "the one what?" Dammit, this shoddy editing is unnerving sometimes.
Apparently, Strikes is now closed after a successful grand opening evening, and the Stevens brothers are enjoying a beer together and wallowing in their success. Lloyd asks Ed whether he remembers the time Lloyd taught him how to ride a bike. Ed laughs and says he remembers. Lloyd says he was able to teach Ed how to ride a bike because he understood Ed. Never mind that he was seventeen while Ed was probably six; Lloyd understood Ed enough to teach him how to ride a bike. Lloyd's a little sloshed like Marge Schott's a little racist, and says, "I'm good at some things, aren't I?" Ed thinks for a second and says, "There are some things in this world that nobody can do better than you." This makes Lloyd chuckle and feel somewhat better about his pathetic existence as a vagabond with great ideas and no money or will to see them through. They decide to close up shop, and Ed reminds Lloyd that he has a meeting at 9 AM with the advertising guy. Lloyd wonders aloud if he's negotiable. Ed asks how much longer Lloyd's going to rub in the fact that he got cases of beer at a third off, and Lloyd tells him this will be going on the rest of his natural life.