In a bar somewhere, David, Jack and buddies are doing shots. Jack runs down the rules. They must always stay within earshot of the bodyguards, so as to avoid lawsuits from fights. They must use condoms (Magnums! That's thinking positive!) to avoid paternity suits. And they have drugs available, which seems to set David aback a little bit. Guess they don't have the white powder down on the farm. And also, what happened to David's army buddies? Were they flown in from the front and then put back on the chopper and flown back? Because I don't see them hanging out anywhere; the guys they're doing shots with now are clearly Jack's friends, what with the drugs and the condoms and all. Oh, I guess the friends are still there. Forget I said anything. Anyway, Drug Provider tells everyone that they're in for a treat, partying with royalty, because everything will be free and the ladies will be plentiful. Jack "jokingly" flicks a condom at David, and I really hope they go there with Jack having a crush on him.
Silas and Rose sit in the ballet audience, holding hands and rudely bantering about his past as a soldier. Just because they're royalty doesn't meant they get to ruin everyone else's enjoyment of the show! Well, actually I guess it does. Thomasina appears magically and tells Silas that he has an urgent call "from the countryside." Silas tells her to dispatch the usual team and give them anything they need.
Jack and the boys head into the first of many clubs, hopping to the front of the line and getting their photos taken by paparazzi. Inside the most well-lit club of all time (seriously, is this club called "Surgery"? Or "Noon in the Desert"?), Jack introduces one of David's friends to a willing lady friend. Jack supposes that David wouldn't be interested in female companionship, and David says he's not a saint. Jack muses on the public's fascination with the monarchy, and how people want to be close to him and his family, like their fame and allure will rub off somehow. Jack adds that his mother set it up that way on purpose (ooh, Rose back story), because she thought that the common folk needed something to which they could aspire. As Jack pretends to check out some ladies sitting nearby, he promises David that he can have anything he wants, and he does mean anything, and Michelle will become a distant memory. Jack seems pretty set on selling out his own sister, doesn't he? Also, some chick comes up and starts biting Jack's lips while he's talking, which is just distracting.