George Harrison shows up at Mimi's place. She looks him over and decides he befouls the ground on which he stands. "There's a creature here to see you," Mimi sniffs at John. Hee! Poor George. I didn't realize he was Repugnant Spice. ["Have you seen him lately? Oof. In a recent round of 'Death is Not An Option' played by Sars and Djb, George lost out to Keith Richards. Um. Anyway." -- Wing Chun]
The guys skip past Penny Lane Cakes and steal the open/closed sign, for no purpose other than to flaunt the network's unprecedented access to Penny Lane. Then they hop a bus, presumably to the octopus's garden in the shade. Paul insists that the band badly needs a lead guitarist, and pitches George as the one for the job. George obligingly stands up and starts playing, drawing applause from the people around him. The closed-captioning tells me he's playing "raunchy." Okay, then. Not a word I associate with an actor who looks like Paul Reiser in his My Two Dads glory. ["I believe they mean the song titled 'Raunchy,' which, according to Beatles lore, was George's audition tune." -- Wing Chun] John notes that his aunt can't stand the sight of George, which he then reveals is more than enough reason to put George in the band.
A bunch of energy-free women watch the band at a local bar. Stu comes to watch, then grabs John and shouts that he sold a painting for £65. Everyone's completely impressed -- Paul so much so that he smiles broadly, an action that flares his snout nose to heretofore-unknown widths. Eat that, Streisand. John wants Stu to buy a bass guitar and join the band, but Paul objects because that will force Paul to play drums. Stu says he doesn't know the guitar, but won't play drums. John says that seals it -- Stu will learn the bass. Paul glares after them, but doesn't say anything because this movie not called In Paul's Life.
Lipstick and Mimi listen to the radio, giggling and sipping tea. Lipstick thoughtfully leaves a ring of lip tracks around Mimi's good china. The pattern is now called English Rose Whore. So -- John's tight jeans and guitar are an affront to Mimi's good name, yet it's okay for Lipstick to paint her mouth in hooker hues. Right. They banter about John and the music, then Lipstick excuses herself, because she has another family and that has to be her motivation for everything in life. Mimi looks really happy; she clearly adores her sister. Lipstick lights a cigarette, because, you know, she has another family. The lighter won't work, because she has another family. And she's preoccupied, and you know why. A car smashes into her and Mimi hears the crash, rushing out into the street to tend to her unconscious sister.