When Alexander, now Ned Weeks, comes back into his life, Felix hopes for closure.
The time in the bathhouse was too brief, rough, and mechanical; yet, somehow, over the years, there’s been a subtle itch for this one particular man.
Ned brings up dead friends, rants about the need for people to take action, and makes it clear he doesn’t remember the bathhouse.
Felix hopes for closure but finds himself bringing it up.
Then, he finds himself in Ned’s bed and makes peace with the fact, after having gotten a complete taste, it’s always going to be Ned for him.