Max tells Ben that he's starting to get questions about the Mayor being in the hospital. Ben says Sonny isn't ready to talk about it, and wonders if they're trying to protect the Mayor, or the hospital. Max says he doesn't want the story to get out, and for Sonny to think that the leak came from Ben. Ben admits that Sonny has prostate cancer, but hasn't decided on a course of treatment. Max busts out some PR-speak that he can tell reporters. Ben asks Max why he left his wife. Max doesn't want to talk about it, but finally admits that "she knew all his tricks," and thus the magic was gone.
Reporters clamor around the mayor, asking if he's going to announce a run for Senate. The mayor finds ways to not answer the question, while gazing at one reporter in particular -- I guess that's his girlfriend? Especially since he tells them that he has raised three kids and been married to the same woman for a long time, so his life is not entirely politics. Supposed Girlfriend gazes at him reproachfully. Dude, it's one thing for him to have a girlfriend, but she's a reporter? Bad idea.
Ollie is fixing some sort of motor on some sort of apparatus. Wyatt is watching her and making smart remarks. He shares that his wife married him because of his cooking, and that he used to work at the best restaurant in Boulder. Ollie says that, being from New York, that doesn't impress her. Wyatt offers to cook steaks for her. Ollie accepts, and says she'll cancel her plan. Wyatt babbles about his wife being out of town, and then asks what Ollie wants on the side. Ollie replies, "Scotch." Well, then. I think Wyatt is getting himself in over his head.
Sid is talking to Young Guy. Well, Sid is talking, but Young Guy has to write everything on a pad of paper, because he has a tube in his mouth. Sid asks about Young Guy's home and work environment, and his parents. Young Guy draws a square, meaning that his parents are squares. Sid tells Young Guy that he had better start answering his questions or Sid will "step on [his] air hose." Young Guy writes down a name: Lou Peda.
Ben and Sonny are in a bar, talking about Sonny's girlfriend. Sonny says that it's partly about sex, and he never fell for Teddy the way that he's fallen for this girl. Ben says, "Sex isn't love." Sonny replies that "respect, and partnership, and admiration aren't love either." Ben says that sex isn't deep, but Sonny replies that every guy thinks about it every five minutes. Ben clarifies that sex doesn't last, and Sonny brings up that it's especially important when some doctor tells you you're never going to have it again. Ben says he never thought Sonny was that kind of guy, and Sonny explains that the whole thing has been very unreal, and then says that he got his guitar out of the attic recently. Teddy never liked the guitar, because she thought it was "low class." Sonny and Ben sing a little song, and then Sonny says that he wanted to sing to his new girlfriend.