Charlie's wife Marcy walks in on a strange situation between him and his secretary Dani, and she calls her "his little slave". She then has sex with him on his desk chair, but he finishes too quickly.
Later at night Hank and Karen go to a concert of their daughter Becca's band, but afterwards Mia calls him to rescue from her teacher, who's high on cocaine and wants to force her into a threesome with another girl, and she cannot leave. It turns out she was not on a situation as dire as she said. She exaggerated a bit to get him to come. At his home, Charlie tries to talk his wife on being his BDSM slave. Though she's not really enthusiastic about it, they give it a try but it doesn't go well.
At Karen's, while Bill is away, she invites Hank to take a drink (absinthe) and they talk about their daughter, their relationship and Karen's relationship with Bill, and they end up kissing. Hank ends up spending the night in a guest bedroom after he falls into the pool.
Later, Surfer Girl comes to Hank's place to return his guitar and LPs, and offers him another go, which he accepts.
Guitar 2: Myles Trifon
Bass: Robert Gilling
Keyboard: Shira Kreitenberg
Drums: Jory Glick
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