Later, David joins Keith in reclining on the hood of a nearby police car. He apologizes for his behavior, but Keith just laughs it off. David then apologizes for all his behavior, including the time they were together, which allows Keith to indulge his smugness streak by mommying David and announcing how much he worries about him. Despite all the progress he's made, David still can't help but feel that maybe the protesters are right, and that there really is something wrong with him. Keith isn't buying it, however, and reminds David that he's still entitled to all the things he wants from this world, up to and including having a family and a baby. Somehow, the conversation drifts to The Late Nate, and David expresses dismay that Dad never said anything about him being gay, even though he knew. "Did you [say anything]?" asks Keith.
And now for the scene that can be interpreted either as the greatest moment in the history of television, or as yet another example of the SFU staff mocking the lack of Lauren in my life. Yep, that's right. The shower scene. Gabe and Claire are in there together, presumably cleaning off after having done something very naughty. Gabe, for some reason, is rapping. "My girl Claire, she likes it clean. She's got orange hair, smells like…tangerines." Wow. I can't believe I'm saying this, but I miss Mike Boogie. It gets even worse when he re-writes that last line to be, "She's got orange hair, smells like Benzedrine." Claire wisely shushes him at this point, adding that if her mom catches them, she'll "fry [his] balls for breakfast." Yeah. She's not the only one, either. Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go watch this scene on mute a few more times.
David Chase: Shower scene, huh? Nice…
Alan Ball: Yet notice the tastefulness. I even skipped the male nudity for this one.
Aaron: Yes, and your public is greatly appreciative.
Alan Ball: Besides, Lauren is a class act. I mean, you won't be seeing MY girl on the cover of Maxim, never mind doing voice-over work for a belly button.
David Chase: Hey! Jamie-Lynn is a very talented young lady.
Alan Ball: Yeah. If by "talented" you mean "naked and off-key."
David Chase: Either way, I smell spin-off. Do you think Claire could get into Columbia? We could do like a Sex & The City: The Next Generation kind of thing.