The scene opens with a conversation between the butler and his lover. The butler asks the lover if he is going to stay for the night. The lover replies that he is, and the butler asks if the lover wants to go wash up with the splash of water or kiss his cum. When the lover says that he does not want to go, the butler replies that the water is too fast and the kiss is too good. He then asks if he has time to have breakfast before he leaves for work. The waiter says that there is room service, but the butler is off to work. He asks the waiter if he can have a meal with the other person he is with, but he has to bring the meal to the room. He says that if the woman finds out that he and the lover are having a meal together, she will be in trouble, and he will have to leave the room and come back later. He tells the waiter that he has a message for him from his son, who is the son of the chairman of the company where the butler works. The father of the son asks the butler why he has decided to work for the company and why he is worried that he might get into the way of his son's inheritance. The man says that his son is the heir to the company, and that the butler has to inherit it. The son is also his father's son, and therefore, the father is also the father.