Roy hurts his back and sees a masseuse, actually a man, Paul, who kisses him on the arse and whom he takes to court to have him restrained whilst Douglas falls under the spell of a new religion - Spaceology, which makes him wish on the stars. His first wish is for a helicopter - so he buys one for himself; the next one is for a tattoo so he buys a book on the subject and tattoos a helicopter on his hand. The last wish is for a metal hand, which is accomplished when the tattoo turns septic, requiring amputation and a false hand, which he tests by smashing up the office. Jen meanwhile falls for Norman, the dull keyboard player in the band Sweet Billy Pilgrim but ditches him when he gets thrown out of the group.
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Did You Know?
Sweet Billy Pilgrim are an actual English genre-spanning band, and adopted their name from the main character in the Kurt Vonnegut's novel Slaughterhouse-Five. See more
Douglas's cuffs, as he enters the room to show off his tattoo, are both undone, in the next shot his left cuff is done-up. See more
You know, the last few days have been indescribable.
Truth Only Smiles
Written by Tim Elsenburg
Performed by Sweet Billy Pilgrim See more