The narrator tells us that he's been tipped off that his brother's friend's girlfriend is having an affair with him. He's bummed that he has to go to work, but he can't blame his brother for finding out about it, since he was the one who got fired from his job at the karaoke bar. The narrator is all, "Gee, I'm glad my brother is such a dimwit that I have to go work at a place like that . . because if I find a job like that, I can commit a crime to get money . I'll just ask around for a job, but don't expect anyone to hire me, because it's not a good place to work." The narrator says that he doesn't have much free time, so he'll help him out once in a while. He shows the narrator around the store, where he finds a young woman who looks like her sister. The young woman is wearing a sexy dress, but she's also carrying a lot of "naughty goods" under the counter, which makes the narrator feel uncomfortable. He tells the young woman to put the naughty goods in a bag and go home.