Back in the lobby, Keith is telling Harmony that he should only have one drink if he wants to drive home. Harmony takes the ball and runs with it a lot farther than Keith perhaps intended, as she nervously and with no small amount of ambivalence tells him that she doesn't want to count regrets, and she got a room, in case Keith wanted to join her. Keith's eyes get a real deer-in-the-headlights look, which is particularly fitting, given how much attention he regularly pays to Harmony's rack. Harmony's mortified when she takes his expression to mean that she's misread his signals. However, Keith tells her he is interested -- he's just not sure if he'd regret going through with it more than not doing so. Harmony looks sad and very vulnerable as Keith gets up to go, and Laura San Giacomo is a hell of a lot better actress than I previously thought.
Keith, driving home, pulls out into an intersection to await a chance to turn, and then is blindsided by a pickup truck. I actually saw that coming, maybe not for any particular reason. It makes sense that Keith would be distracted, though, particularly by wondering exactly what deep shade of blue his balls have turned. The pickup driver gets out and discovers that Keith's airbags work, and goes to get help. Keith shakes his head at life's mysteries...
...and then he's barging into Harmony's room and passionately making out with her. A lot of posters were very disappointed in Keith's behavior, but I think you can't judge him too harshly. After all, the Just Shoot Me reunion was bound to bring some long-buried personality traits up to the surface. Seriously, though, it does seem somewhat out of character for Keith, especially given what he went through with Lianne, but...if this signals a return to some real noir, I can't say I'm opposed.
Back from the last break, Veronica, holding a pan full of scrambled eggs, calls Keith to breakfast. Getting no answer, she checks his room to find that his bed wasn't slept in. From the expression on her face, she doesn't jump to any conclusions, which is odd, because this is the first time this season she would actually have been correct.