Back in Pornland, Ted's expanded (tee hee) his business to include four different video images at once. Emmett's just getting off work (literally) wearing a hardhat and a tool belt. He makes a joke about having played most of the Village People already. It's not just that the joke's lame -- Ted's completely asleep. I think the guy having sex in the monitor behind Ted might just be Blake. Ted complains about all the invoices and payroll he's having to do. He's so tired, that poor rich Ted. Emmett's too busy playing with his nipple to listen to the number-talk-blah-blah monologue Ted's going through. Ted yawns and complains that he's supposed to meet "Thor the impaler" tonight, and now he's way too tired to get anything up. Emmett reminds Ted that he's in "the Biz," and tosses him a bottle of prescription medicine. It's Viagra. Ted hands it back and tells Emmett that he hasn't really had a "winning score" when it comes to drugs. Emmett says that normally he would agree with Ted since, you know, coma and all, but if Ted doesn't take the Viagra, they can't all make dumb dick jokes for the next fifty minutes. Emmett says that Viagra's made for eighty-year-old men, and if they can fuck like they're thirty, Ted should be able to fuck like he's eighty. He reminds Ted that it only lasts for a few hours anyway. Ted keeps the Viagra.
Mikey is stalking Ben. He's standing outside Ben's apartment. Ben walks up and Mike tries to play it all "Fancy meeting you here," but Ben recognizes stalking when he sees it. Mikey follows Ben to his door and admits that he's been walking up and down the block for two hours waiting for Ben. No kidding. Ben invites him up.
Inside Ben's apartment, the camera settles on a "Buddha" statue, reminding us that Ben's the ideal mate for Mikey who wants someone spiritual, since he isn't. Ben tells Mike you're supposed to rub the belly for luck. Michael takes a deep breath, rubs the belly, and then admits to Ben that he was wrong earlier. He says he can't stop thinking about Ben. Ben admits that he's been thinking about Mikey as well. He overreacted prematurely and wants to start all over again. Mike asks if Ben's seeing anybody. Ben isn't. Mike leans in for a kiss, but Ben stops him. Ben says he appreciates what Mike said, but that he can't take the chance of getting hurt if Michael changes his mind again. "So, I'm sorry," Ben says. "But it takes more than a kiss." Didn't Michael just get out of a very long-term relationship? Doesn't he miss Dr. Dave? Don't you think he might be projecting his feelings onto this relationship because they're similar people?