Carol shows up at the alley. Ed asks what she's doing there, and she asks Ed whether he wants some company. He offers her $50 like she's a whore. Carol's offended and Ed says he meant $50,000, like that's going to make the cheap-assed whore feel better. Ed says he's going before the council for landmark status that evening. Carol says it's not that easy to get landmark status. Ed pooh-poohs Carol's negativity and assures her that it should be fairly simple. Ed sees Hank, and he and Carol go over to talk to him. Hank has some old records, some scrapbooks, and some RC Cola. Ed reminds Hank that the bowling alley has a snack bar, but Hank tells Ed that there's no RC Cola and the drink of choice has got to be the Crown. Hank looks at Carol, smooths down his nappy hair, and asks "Who's this lovely lady?" Carol giggles and wonders whether Hank has fifty thousand smackers just laying around, waiting to be spent on some $50,000 whore. Carol tells Ed that he could learn something from this smooth talker. Hank agrees and then they all kinda laugh uncomfortably, with the mental image of Hank banging away on Carol fresh in their heads.
In the Stuckeyville tanning salon, Dr. Kendall is tanning in his bed while talking to Ed. They talk about equestrian law. Kendall asks Ed whether he can handle some equestrian law; Ed doesn't want to talk about equestrian law, he wants to talk about Harry. Kendall notices that Ed's tense about something, and offers to buy him a tan. Ed declines, and says that Kendall owes Harry $85 for the last twenty-two weeks, which amounts to $1,870. Kendall agrees, and writes Ed a check for the amount. He says he's doing so in order to put the whole affair behind them, but that he doesn't want this check to be considered an admission of guilt; rather, it's just the way that gentlemen handle things. Ed's visibly uncomfortable around Dr. Kendall, because Kendall's walking around in a tight Speedo and has a package that could rival Milton Berle's. Kendall asks Ed whether he's sure he doesn't want a tan. Ed says, "I'm cool," and leaves.