At a country house, two young men (later revealed as the young ghosts of Henry Wilcox and Walter Poole) come to view the property and decide to buy it. In their midst, comes present day Henry, who determinedly ignores the ghosts of his past
Picking up where Part One left off, Walter comes to find Eric Glass at the house belonging to his late partner, Walter. Eric is sure that he has seen a ghost, but Henry reassures him that ghosts don’t exist. Moving the conversation forward, he surprises Eric by proposing to him. He wants Eric in his life as he makes Henry smile. Eric asks for a little time to think about his answer and the two men head back to the city. The ensemble of young men pick up the narration, relating Eric’s decision to introduce Henry to his friends in order to help him make his decision.
At Henry’s town house, the dinner party assembles, dominated by Jasper and his new boyfriend Tucker. Tucker is an alternative artist who specializes in “faux art”; art
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