"Come on, kiss the gun."
Unfortunately, there is more hitting, as Prince's dad hits his mom again. And then Apollonia tells him she’s joining Morris' girl band, and Prince hits her. And then Lisa & Wendy don’t show up for practice, and they might even hit each other, but if that happened, it was off camera. And then Minnesota Fats Albert tells him that the girls band is supposed to be good, and he doesn’t need four acts. Cue "When Doves Cry," Prince going back out to the lake, accompanied by a montage of old scenes in his mind, as he tries to calm down by mentally recalling the names of all 11,842 lakes.
When he comes home his dad is playing beautiful shit on the piano, his hands shaking. It’s a haunting moment. Prince speaks quietly, but his father basically talks in exhaled breath. For all their brokenness, they kind of share a moment. (According to this 1984 Rolling Stone profile by Kurt Loder, Prince's real father left a piano behind for his son.)
Back at the club for performance three, Prince is shirtless, has weirdly jacked arms, and is doing uncomfortable things on stage, especially once he sees Apollonia, plays "Darling Nikki," starts humping the floor, and then bails to the dressing room. Minnesota Fats Albert lays it down, “Nobody digs your music but yourself. Look around you, no one’s digging you. But, like father, like son. Your music makes sense to no one but yourself.”