Steel Drums of Non-Gay Love. Verve takes a look to the left and the right. Terri walks in wearing a leather jacket and gloves. Verve comments that they're just getting her bike back, "not lifting the Mona Lisa." Ha. I like Verve. Terri takes off her gloves and follows Verve down the darkened hall. "I know the groundskeeper has it," he explains. "I used to sneak in here at night and steal lawnmowers...ride them around the lake." I can't hear the next few lines because Rose and Ray are now screaming with laughter. "There's a good time for you!" "Jesus, that boy has really lived, you know?" Verve and Terri stand real close and slowly open the door.
The basement is dark and empty, so I don't know what all the suspense was for. They turn on their flashlights and spot the bike in the corner. They run over to it. I'm glad they aren't talking, because Rose and Ray are still squealing. As they reach the bike, a light flips on in the room next to them. Verve and Terri duck behind the bike and see the groundskeeper sitting in his little room. "Jackass," Ray drones. "Riding a lawnmower around a lake. You jackass." Terri asks if they are going to be stuck down there. Verve explains that it's nine o'clock, so they'll be fine. "What, he gets off work?" "No. Felicity comes on. He never misses an episode. He even cries sometimes, I swear." They giggle, even though they know their show isn't nearly as good as the one the groundskeeper is watching. Ray rejoices as he's found the one man in Rawley that breaks their strict weight limit. As they get up to leave quietly, the groundskeeper shouts, "What are you doing?" They both freeze until he says, "Ben's in love with you, not her!" They laugh again and stand real close while they wheel the bike away.