And the next thing we see is...Stuart lying naked with another guy, giving him what appears to be a vigorous and expertly executed handjob. As the other man lies gasping and moaning, he tells Stuart that he's on medication for his stomach. "It makes me spunk...makes me spunk..." He tries to finish the sentence, but can't do it before the money shot. "Makes me spunks..." Stuart looks down at his hand. "Orange," he says, finishing the guy's sentence. Extreme close-up on Stuart as he laughs heartily. Let's just say that Stuart's a lot more easygoing than I would be if I found myself in such a situation. Here's hoping I never get the chance to find out.
Vince, meanwhile, has actually been picked up. By another man. Who wants to have sex with him. Gee, the surprises just keep coming, don't they? His companion for the night tells Vince to excuse him while he brushes his teeth, as he had garlic bread with his dinner. As Vince makes his way towards the guy's bedroom, he hears gagging and choking noises coming from the bathroom. He goes back to check on things, and the man apologizes, saying that he can't stand toothbrushes. "Oh my GOD, is that the time?" Vince asks, dashing out of the flat.
And in yet another shocking development, Nathan is playing hard-to-get with some fine young thing, while they sit in a car in front of the Maloney home, snogging each other's faces off. "I'd better go," Nathan keeps saying, while the boy begs him to stay one more minute and then accidentally honks the horn, waking up the entire neighbourhood. Nathan relates this story to Stuart and Vince in the Union, hoping for some amazed reaction, only to be greeted with disinterest and ridicule. "That's it? That's the punchline?" asks Vince. "He gets toothbrush man, I get a guy with spunk like a Teletubby, and you haven't even started yet!" Stuart says dismissively. "So young," laments Vince mockingly. Nathan says that he doesn't know whether he should call the boy in question, or wait for him to call, and asks Stuart what he should do. "Well, uh, how the fuck should I know?" Stuart asks, taking a drink of his whiskey. "He's never phoned anyone!" exclaims Vince. Nathan says he should still know "how it works." "Problem page -- 'Dear Stuart' -- HAH!" Vince cracks. "Shut up," mutters Stuart. "Wise old man, that's you," Vince continues jokingly. "You're so not funny," Stuart tells him, clearly annoyed. "He's pissed off," Vince says with a faux startled expression, and he is. The truth hurts, eh?