The next day, he's teaching basketball practice when he gets a phone call. On the special phone. He runs into the locker room to take the call. His hooker name is apparently "Donnie." The caller asks him to meet her on Friday and, at first, he says that he can't because he has a game. Then, he changes his response and says that he's "game." He has an appointment. He tells her that he only accepts cash.
And, now, we're back where we started. Ray is walking to the door at the hotel. He mentions that he got a full baseball scholarship to college, then was recruited by the Atlanta Braves before he got sidelined with ruptured ligaments. And, he's the second winningest basketball coach at West Lakefield High. Now, he's a whore. He knocks on the door and says, "Hey sugar, Donnie's here." We see the darkening of the eyehole in the door. Then, a note is slipped under the door. "Sorry -- changed my mind." Ouch. His dick's just a little bit smaller. He yells at the door, "Hey lady, you think this is fun for me?" Then, he kicks the door and walks away. He comes back and apologizes and says that he rearranged his Friday for this. He says forget it and is about to walk away, when another note comes under the door. "For your trouble." It's accompanied by a $50 bill.
Later, Ray is staring off of the pier at his property, to the other side of the lake. Where a green light is flashing. Gatsby much? Suddenly, Tanya calls for him. He asks her how she knows where he lives. Duh, the phone book. She tried to call him, but she can see why his number is disconnected, burnt down house and all. She tells him that he was right about the poetry bread -- there is a problem with the ink on the paper. However, she has brought him a sample. Without the poem? Because, who wants to eat a faulty prototype? She brought him the Gluten-Free Neruda Cranberry Walnut Bread. That's funny. Both Elizabeth Hasselbeck and Ethan Hawke could enjoy it. She also has a gel pen that he apparently forgot at her house. He says that it's not his pen and she replies, "Right, that's my gel pen." Ray says that he's not in the mood and she says that she's not there to jump his bones. She has been worried about him. The class they're taking is expensive and he has missed several sessions. He tells her that he lied about what his winning tool was. He's not good with vintage cars.