So Earn takes the $750 and slinks away.
But when Paper Boi finds out he was shorted, he storms into the owner's office, punches him multiple times and forces the cash out of him. Amusingly, after Paper Boi departs, the owner says, "Boy's going to be a star" before he has his girl call the cops. Later that night in celebration, as Earn and Paper Boi dine at a late-night restaurant, a news reporter on the TV notes the shooting outside Primal, plus an armed robbery by Paper Boi. That put a bit of a kibosh on the celebration.
Darius has the C story, so to speak. He leaves Paper Boi's VIP area and bonds momentarily with the security guard. When he returns from the bathroom, the guard won't let him back in. Wrong color wristband. "Meaningless!" Darius says to the guard before leaving to go home and play video games.
Donald Glover's dim view of nightclubs is summarized by that one word. Or maybe another Earn utters as well: "Pointless."
The surreal moment of the half hour? Darius tells Paper Boi about a hip-hop artist who has an invisible car. Paper Boi doesn't believe it. But in the parking lot, we hear shots and watch said hip-hop artist driving away - in an invisible car.
What does that even mean? Who knows? Is there some sort of metaphor about the emptiness of this life or that the emperor isn't really wearing any clothes.