As they pull the keg home in a wagon, they worry about getting caught, and they start to run.
Lindsay has purchased a number of decorations for the party, which include a colourful unicorn poster on black velvet, which she unrolls as she gets ready for the evening. Neal elects to distract Lindsay in the kitchen while Sam and Bill switch the kegs. With some difficulty, he helps her open chip bags and she empties them into bowls.
Bill and Sam struggle with the keg and Bill complains about the heaviness of it.
Back in the kitchen, Lindsay cuts slices from a block of cheddar cheese that is the size of a car battery (tm George Costanza), and Neal asks her what type of music she is going to play at the party and he suggests "Chicago, they've got a really hot horn section," except that it sounded like he said 'porn' section. From what I know of Chicago then and now, I'm really hoping he said 'horn'. She says that she's going to "play some Zeppelin, Foghat, maybe some Sabbath." He says, "Friday night, always a good night for some Sabbath." Lindsay shoots him a quizzical look, so he carries on, "Cuz y'know, Friday...is the Sabbath...for the Jews." Then he shakes his head with a sick smile on his face, while his arms are outstretched in a motion that is inviting her to understand his joke. Neal, I got it and I think you are hysterical. ["As did I, and as do I." -- Wing Chun]
At this point, Sam and Bill are struggling to take the real beer keg down the hall into Sam's room and they drop it. Lindsay calls out wondering what the noise was. Sam tells her that Bill fell.
Lindsay insultingly asks Neal, "Hey, don't you want to go play with those guys?" Again, showing great restraint, he merely says, "No. I like talking to you." She just smiles.
Bill and Sam are back in the living room attaching the spigot to the faux-beer keg. Bill says, "If Neal marries your sister, then he'd be your brother-in-law, and then, then if you had kids, Neal would be their Uncle Neal. And then, I'd bet Lindsay's kids would look like Neal." Nothing gets past ole Bill. Sam, somewhat exasperatedly says, "Bill, shut up! He doesn't love Lindsay!" They bang the keg on the floor.