Gavin shows up at Ryde, bypasses the line of people waiting, and tells the bouncer that he's on the owners' list. The bouncer denies him entry. Van stumbles out the door and greets Gavin, who explains that the bouncer won't let him in. Van says that too many chicks showed up. Gavin can't believe that they personally invited him and then won't let him in. Van blames the fire code. Biz Markie walks out and talks about how many people are inside. That's when I knew the club was actually empty. Van tells Gavin to come back next week, and they'll set him up with some free drinks. Van walks inside and, of course, the club is totally empty. Deaqon asks if their ruse worked, and Van says that Gavin was "salivating." Biz Markie says something that I can't really understand because he mumbles a lot, and then proclaims that in about two or three weeks, the club will be crazy.
Cut to two weeks later, when the club is crazy. Biz Markie must have had it in his contract that there had to be a certain amount of footage of him serving as DJ, because that's the only way to explain how long they show him standing behind the turntable. Van makes out with some blonde in the bathroom. She wants to thank him for letting her into his club. Deaqon walks up and says that Van is supposed to be working, and explains that Gavin just walked in. Van extricates himself from the blonde.
Van and Deaq meet with Gavin in the VIP room. Gavin compliments them on the job they've done with the place. Deaq says that the only thing missing is "party favors," and Van says that they were hoping Gavin could help them out in that area. Gavin pretends he doesn't know what they're talking about. Deaq spells it out for him, saying that they want "rolls." Van says that if Gavin doesn't want in, they have a lot of other people who want in. Gavin asks why they keep insinuating that he's some sort of drug dealer, when actually he comes from a rich family.