William and Russell leave the venue and talk about William's family life. They develop a connection. "But here I am, telling secrets to one guy you don't tell secrets to," William jokes, echoing Russell's earlier words.
Russell and William find themselves at a house party at the behest of a few "real Topeka people."
A skeptical William watches as Russell enjoys all that is "real." One thing leads to another, and Russell finds himself tripping on LSD on the rooftop and shouting, "I am a golden god." (In the words of Ron Burgundy, "That escalated quickly.")
An extremely intoxicated Russell continues: "And you can tell Rolling Stone magazine that my last words… were… I'm on drugs!" The crowd gathered around cheers emphatically.
"I think we should work on those last words," shouts William. "I dig music," Russell responds. The crowd offers a lukewarm response.
"I'm on drugs!" Russell yells, the crowd cheering loudly again. With that, Russell jumps into the pool.