The Jeep is suddenly driving down a winding highway, supposedly in Arizona (it looks like Arizona, but the road signs are contemptibly fake). It pulls into a truck stop, and Stuart and Vince jump out and walk through the dusty parking lot together, tanned, smiling and holding hands. As they make their way towards the "restaurant" (quotation marks very necessary), a very dirty, tubby man walks past and calls them "faggots." "Excuse me, what did you say?" asks Vince. "You heard me," the yokel tells him. "Cos I've gotta warn you: my friend here's got a hell of a temper, once he's off. So, what did you say?" Vince asks again. "I said, 'faggots,'" comes the answer, with a spit somewhere in the middle. Vince turns to Stuart and asks him what he thinks. "Blood," Stuart says simply, pulling a gun from the waistband of his black jeans and holding it to the dentally-challenged trucker's forehead. "Hold on a tick. Bit deaf, mate," Vince says, raising his voice. "Too many nights out clubbing. So, one more time -- what did you say?" The trucker, shaking and taking deep breaths, says, "Nothin'." "And one more word, beginning with 'S,'" Vince prompts him. "Sorry," he says, running away when Stuart finally lowers the gun. "Maybe next time," Vince says. "Fuck off," replies Stuart with a grin, tucking the gun back into the waist of his jeans as they turn and walk away.
Wrapping things up, we get updates on all the characters via Polaroid-esque snapshots and captions on the screen. Alexander, putting his talent for karaoke and dressing in drag to good use, becomes Alice Band, a Dusty Springfield-type entertainer. Bernie becomes a porn baron, snapping photos of young men on hospital gurneys. We're told that Janice gets a divorce, as she's pictured holding a martini and a cigarette. Hazel marries PC Stroud -- the cop she punched in the face -- for tax reasons. And, surprising no one, Nathan becomes not just King of Canal Street, but King of the World, photographed with a number of sexy young hangers-on. We then see a shot of Stuart and Vince in silhouette against a dark desert sky, jumping in the air. "There are many rumours about Stuart and Vince," the caption reads. "All of them true."