Keith comes into Whitey's office where he's taking off his tuxedo. Keith jokes, "So how did pimp duty go?" Woda says, "That's 'charity coordinator.'" Keith sits down and smiles: "Right, you just didn't want to raffle yourself off, right." Whitey chuckles his deep-down gut chuckle and says, "Nobody could afford me." The "secret" drawer with the "secret" stash is opened. Mugs magically appear on the desk. Whiskey somehow ends up in them, which seems to be a good thing for these two old dogs. Woda says, "I'm glad you came by, Keith. I've been wanting to ask you a question. When do you plan to start living?" Keith chuckles and tells Coach that he is living. Only not according to Woda. Oh, no, life according to Woda means that Keith sure ain't living. And here we go, right down that well-walked path of Whitey's relationship with Camilla. Oh yes, he'd go back in time just to spend a few more minutes with her, oh yes, that's what he would change. Because life just ain't worth living if you don't stand up for yourself and go git that woman. Because there ain't nothing better than being young and in love. Woda asks if Keith's in love with Karen. He admits that it is so, but that things have been messy since the accident and he doesn't have the nerve to tell her. Whitey: "There's something you need to understand. Every day you wait is a day you'll never get back again. Trust me on that, son, I know." Now, aren't they both making the assumption that Karen feels the same way? And what if she doesn't? It's just a whole other world of heartache for our boy Keith.
Mouth and Brooke are on their way somewhere else. She asks why he doesn't have a girlfriend. Mouth says it's because he's too nice and girls love jerks. Brooke rolls her eyes and says, "Tell me about it." Mouth says, "You mean, like Lucas?" Brooke shoots him a look: "I thought we weren't going to talk about him?" She bitches, "But I could just throw your ass out at the next light." He laughs. "So let me ask you a question: what do girls want?" Moe, the driver, says, "Half your paycheque." Brooke gets all huffy and rolls up the window. She answers Mouth's question: "Here's my philosophy on dating. It's important to have somebody to make you laugh, somebody you can trust, somebody that, you know, turns you on, and it's really, really important that these three people don't know each other." And as if he couldn't see that punch line coming like a telephone pole to the head, Mouth cackles like Brooke's Margaret Cho or something.