Later, at the diner, Mike and Rudy share a moment. Some kind of moment. I don't know what, but they're having coffee, so maybe they're just, like, celebrating the moments of their lives. Hazel comes by and thanks Mike for saving Zane's life, so now she doesn't mind so much that he portrayed her as a man-slaughtering, homewrecking whore in his book. Mike tells Rudy that they did a good job tonight "for a hack writer and a gay sheriff." "Now that is a homophobic statement," jokes Rudy. "And while I'm not gay, I've suffered the prejudice of repression, and I'm deeply insulted!" Or maybe he's not joking. And if he's not joking, is he gay? Or not? I might not care. Fade out.