Two random scantily-clad extras run by carrying something that looks like mops. I guess it's lacrosse or something. I don't know. I'm just a Townie. I don't understand your big-city sports. Will sits reading a book. I guess he's teleported. Finn walks in and says something about it being "quite a contrast to last week's frenetic pace." Aren't there classes? Is Finn the only teacher? Is it just English and Crew? What? Will and Finn recap the past few minutes yet again. Will goes on and on about Sean being his best friend but now he's got this new life and I'm just tired of Will's wailing and moaning. At one point I think he said, "It's umpossible," which is damn funny. Will says that Finn should just shut up because it's his life and not Finn's. I don't know what that means.
Will and Finn ride their bikes down the street together. That is the gayest sentence I've ever written. "Where'd you say we were going?" Will asks. "I didn't," Finn smirks. Crazy electric guitar as they pedal. A fire breaks out on my living room table and Rose starts screaming. A piece of mail had fallen into the candle and went up in flames by my head. As I pick up the burning paper, another piece falls into the flames. Ray picks up the candle. I put out the fire and sit back down. It feels good to have had some real drama and emotion in my apartment. We all sit back and have a cigarette in satisfaction.
They pedal for a long time. Finn pedals over to a house. He tells Will that he used to live there. Finn is a Townie, you see. His friends were really angry with him for going off to Harvard and getting a degree and stuff. Man, the people of Rawley really suck. So self-centered that they hate any sort of knowledge or furthering of personality. Finn says that he gave them all a chance to accept or reject him. He takes the water bottle from Will and drinks after him. I think that Finn is still wearing the earpiece of his headset. I'm not kidding. Something is hanging out of his ear, and they only film Finn in a profile shot. Maybe he just has a really deep earhole. Will says he doesn't want to leave anyone behind. "Does your friend know that?" Finn asks. "He should," Will says. "Well, maybe you should tell him," Finn says. Oh, get a room. Finn pedals away as Will goes into slow motion to watch Finn's house for some reason as we fade to black. "Oh, have a cock and a smile," Rose says. I love Rose.