The narrator tells the audience that he's sent out a series of phone calls to the elders to find out if they disapprove of him. He's on his way to confront the authorities about the blind date. He says that the authorities have been very lenient with the people who have confessed to having had a blind date, but now they're going to go after those who didn't commit the crime. The narrator says that he can't stand it any longer, so he'll go to the entertainment office and find out what's wrong. He tells the crowd that he hasn't done anything wrong, and that he doesn't want to be involved in any more drama. He wants to go home and wait for his mother. The crowd is shocked to hear this, and the narrator tells them that he has never seen anyone treat the throat so brutally. He asks if they are addicted to alcohol, and they all say yes. He then asks if she's drunk, and she says she was, and he asks if he can help her. She tells him that she was only drunk a little bit, but that she'll be fine. He gives her his signature, and tells her to move if she wants to have it.