John and Digger play nine-ball. Digger breaks. John proceeds to knock all of the balls in sequentially while naming off the people on his Group Otto list, and explaining why the names can't be his own. He tries out the names Chris and William, then attempts to knock in the nine ball to win the game. Digger asks about Wesley's whereabouts, and John flubs the shot as he says he doesn't know. Digger takes over and wins the game. Digger tells John that the Wesley thing may or may not be a scam, but John was just whining about how he didn't have a girlfriend or a wife. Digger points out that if John weren't so self-absorbed, he would realize that he's blowing off the closest thing he has to a family. Man, that Digger. A good pool player and a dispenser of wisdom. And he knows how to mix drinks. Is there anything he can't do? Besides get a decent haircut?
John and Wesley pull up in front of Wesley's friend's house. John lets Wesley sit in the driver's seat and honk the horn while John lies down in the passenger seat. The friend looks out the window and sees what looks like Wesley driving the car off down the street.
John arrives home to find Karen bitching at him because he didn't answer her numerous pages. John says he needs to sleep, but Karen says that might be difficult, because one of the Group Otto geniuses had a break-in at his house, so they all invited themselves over to John's place. John walks in to find Dante, Dr. Elvis, and Dionne cooking themselves a meal in his kitchen. That night, John sleeps on the floor next to his bed while Dr. Elvis and Dante sleep in the bed. And Dr. Elvis snores. John wakes up and walks out.