After dating now for several years, Lyndsey asks Alan for a commitment of some sort. If he can't or won't give her that commitment, she may consider exiting the relationship. Although Alan does love her, he has trouble providing that commitment. A chance meeting with Sid, an elderly man at a bar, may give Alan some perspective on the situation. Meanwhile, Walden borrows Alan's car to bring his bicycle in for repairs. When the car breaks down at the side of the highway, Walden is picked up by Shari, a beautiful and wealthy woman driving a Bentley. They immediately enter into a sexual relationship on the premise that Walden is her boy toy, since he can't convince her that he too is wealthy. Walden considers what to do about their relationship after he learns that he is not the only boy toy in her life. Written by
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