Ace and Kate eat at a restaurant. They talk about how Ace is only one hour away from graduating college. Kate assures him that he will finish. Ace interviews that he's scared of growing up and that he'd like to be twenty-one forever. Ace tells Kate that he'll never have a regular job-type job, so he'll need a playmate. Ace interviews that he wants to "work two hours a week, sleep late, play golf all day, and still make money," and he thinks he's "the only person in the world who's figured out that you don't have to work fifty hours a week to enjoy your life." Yeah, the only one. All of us freelance writers just don't count, I guess. Then again, my grandmother didn't buy me a magazine so that I can pay myself to write. Unlike Ace, whose grandmother bought his bars. And also, in my experience most people with regular jobs don't want them; they need them in order to pay their bills. Or send their kids to college. Or eat. You know, little stuff like that. If Ace can work two hours a week and still eke out a living, more power to him. But he shouldn't pretend he's discovered this big secret that no one else knows. Especially if his lifestyle is being subsidized by other people. Kate explains that she has to get a job. Ace doesn't think he has to grow up, but Kate says that he does. Ace interviews that Kate makes him feel bad for the life he has chosen, so she's basically saying she doesn't like who he is. So dump her. There are plenty of other women out there.
Ace asks Adam why anyone would think he was immature, since he woke up at 2:30 PM and sat in the Jacuzzi for an hour. Ace asks why someone would want a husband who works fifty hours a week in a plant. Where does Ace get this fifty-hour figure? I know a lot of people work extra hours, but it is possible to work forty last time I checked. Also, someone who wants to be able to pay rent or a mortgage, feed himself, and buy clothing might want a husband who contributes to the household income. Ace acts like you either goof off all of the time or you work fifty-hour weeks, and there's nothing in between. Adam asks whether Kate told Ace to get a job. Ace says that's basically what she wants. Adam tells Ace to find a girl (or boy) (named Adam) who wants what Ace wants. Ace says that's what he needs. Adam giggles and dreams of himself Ace and running through a meadow together, holding hands.