Everyone in Hollywood should go take his and her mistresses and concubines out for some celebratory Champagne and ketamine.
He mentions drug use again (doing lines—probably of ketamine, a drug Bary references frequently).
Alig became hooked on heroin, ketamine, cocaine, and Rohypnol—a stupefying blend of substances for the once sober partier.
ketamine ke·ta·mine (kē'tə-mēn')
A general anesthetic given intravenously or intramuscularly in the form of its hydrochloride that produces catatonia and profound analgesia with little relaxation of the skeletal muscles.