* After about a half page of discussing the home made silencer, and how that friend likely had some secret compartment to hide the gun for just when he needs it, complete with a locking mechanism and other doodads, Arctor's inner monologue reveals he has his service weapon in a much more devious hidden place, where nobody will ever find it: [[spoiler:his glove compartment]].
** Charles Freck's suicide attempt. Nuff said. (Beware the multi-eyed eight-foot-high being with the endless scroll!)
*** Who will be reading you your sins ''in shifts'' throughout eternity!
** The argument about how a 21-speed bicycle works, leading the drug-addled characters to determine that someone stole eleven gears from it.
*** It gets even more confused when Charles Freck thinks he sees one more gear than the rest do. Then two less. Then two more again.
* Barris is going to find out who's got something against Arctor. How? He's set up a a microphone to start recording when someone comes through the front door. To increase the chance that intruders will enter via the front and not another way, he's left a ''note on the door'' saying that it's unlocked. Arctor and Luckman are shocked and not even sure whether he's being serious or not.
-->'''Barris:''' Of course I'm kidding! Only a psychotic would do that, leave the front door of the house open with the door unlocked and a note on the door.
-->'''Arctor:''' What'd you write on the note, Barris?
-->'''Barris:'''...I wrote, 'Come on in, the door's unlocked.'