When we return from the break, the cameraman is being all tricky by hiding the camera underneath cars and shit so all we see are Alton's feet and the other dude's feet. Anyway, Alton continues to talk nonsense about how he loves his mom and he knows that size doesn't matter and blah blah blah like fight or don't fight but talking is boring. Another alternate take that I imagined during the commercial break was, instead of a musical, they would come back and it would be like that scene in the shed between Bradley Cooper and Michael Ian Black in Wet Hot American Summer and that's all I'm going to say about that. But that would have been awesome. Or at least somewhat interesting. Anyway, they totally don't fight, so it was a waste of time.
Back in the Smokers' Lounge, Alton talks to Arissulan. Alton claims that he's a "one-man team," and that he's not worried about Frank, even though Frank is bigger. In an interview, Irulan says that Alton has an aggressive and somewhat destructive side. Frank comes out and sits on the floor. Alton starts babbling that Frank just let Alton leave the casino with that dude, and Frank was just rubbing his bitch's hand, but Alton doesn't believe in calling women bitches, but Frank was rubbing that bitch's hand, and Alton didn't like Sara because she spilled his drink. If you think that Alton's statement was nonsensical there, keep in mind that I cleaned it up a bit and clarified. That's how he talks. Okay, fine. Here's a direct quote of the next part: "I mean, it doesn't matter that she spilled my drink, because it was a drink that was two dollars and fifty cents. It doesn't matter to me. I'll have many more two dollars and fifty cents, and even if I don't, I can call mom and be like, 'Mom, guess what? I need two fifty. Two dollars and fifty cents, or I'm gonna die. Can you hook me up?' And she'd be like, 'Yo, Alton. Two dollars and fifty cents.' I mean, it's no big deal." Arissulan start cracking up. They try not to laugh out loud as Alton goes on another rant about how he wouldn't allow a friend to fight for him. In an interview, Frank says it looks like Alton's brain is following his mouth. Frank asks if he can say something real quick. He apologizes for letting Alton down, and then suggests that they would have a better conversation about it when Alton is sober. Alton agrees and then walks out. I really would have liked to hear the conversation between Arissulan and Frank once Alton left.