Johnny finds Jason sulking in the basement and asks what's wrong. Jason says he's dying and everyone is throwing him a party. Johnny thought Jason was still in rehabilitation. Jason thought his sister told everyone that it's over. Wait, I thought Bitchface Erin was his wife. Oh, so Kate must be his sister. Well, that could have been made clearer. Jason says that he's getting worse, and that the doctors put him on a waiting list for a heart transplant, and that he has a high chance of rejection, so even if he does get a heart, it probably won't work. Jason says he made two million dollars last year and he's only thirty-seven years old. Johnny points out that Jason should probably be near his hospital in case a heart becomes available. Jason says he needs Johnny to tell him what's going to happen. Johnny says he can't. Jason reminds Johnny of things he's done in the past. Johnny say that he gets tons of letters from sick people; Jason says he's Johnny's friend and he can't keep going on like this. Jason adds that if he's going to die, he wants to go out "surrounded by women and drugs." Surrounded by drugs? Wouldn't he rather take the drugs? Johnny doesn't want Jason to think that way, but Jason says that Bitchface Erin would probably like the insurance money. Johnny insists that there's still time. Jason holds out his hand and asks if Johnny can promise him that. Jason isn't looking for hope. He just wants peace of mind. Johnny mulls this over and finally grabs Jason's hand. And credits.
After the credits, Johnny's vision begins. He sees two guys in scrubs carrying an organ donation cooler. Jason is on the operating table. His heart stops. The surgeon shocks him and he comes back, and then the surgeon announces, "Ladies and gentlemen, we have a winner. Prep for close." Vision Johnny smiles and turns, and then the scene fades back to Johnny's basement, where Johnny tells Jason what he saw. Wouldn't you want to keep the vision going until you saw Jason actually wake up from surgery? Maybe I'm paranoid because I just watched the episode of ER where Benton nearly killed the baby because he thought her liver capsule was a piece of fiber and rubbed it off, when all Keaton told him to do was close up. Jason can't believe it, but he's happy and asks if Johnny knows what it means. Johnny guesses that it's "keg time," and Jason agrees.