Jack disarms the bomb in the van, triggering a fight between him and Tyler. There, the narrator meets Robert 'Bob' Paulson , the 'big moosie' and an ex-bodybuilder and steroid user who suffers from an extreme case of gynecomastia due to hormone treatment after his testicles were removed. Karan and Sameer rush to save them, but beaten in a fight with Sandy and Dinesh. He sees Tyler with the gun in his hand and realizes that it's actually in his hand. He tries to find Tyler and discovers a list of phone numbers he recently used.
When he allows the car to drift into oncoming traffic, Tyler scolds the narrator for being weak and pathetic. Tyler explains the ancient origins of soap and how it was an unintended result of human sacrifices which created lye and crept into river streams. At that moment Tyler suddenly reappears. Tyler is highly unusual, dressed in colorful outrageous clothes, and spouting various odd conspiracy theories. Jack sees her at all of his other meetings too. However, home, a fifteenth story condominium, has been blasted into the night by what was theorized to be a faulty gas line ignited by a spark from the refrigerator. In the garage he finds a van filled with explosives.
As Marla babbles on, Jack puts the receiver down and walks away. She is completely disease-free as well. The narrator manages to escape and runs to one of the buildings set for demolition. Jack reminds her that they split them up. The original Fight Club is a 1999 film directed by David Fincher and stars Edward Norton, Brad Pitt, and Helena Bonham Carter.
Marla confesses she's been going to his anyway only to find that he wasn't there. And we're very, very pissed-off. He then takes Mohit to Mumbai for vacation. His job as a traveling product recall specialist for a car company doesn't help his insomnia since he must travel often, experiencing bouts of jet lag in addition to the everyday stress of his position, admiring the 'tiny life' of single-serving soap and shampoo at every location. Following the fight, the two men share a bottle of beer and retire to Tyler's house: a dilapidated, possibly condemned old house in an isolated industrial section of town. Instead of ratting each other out, they agree to split up the week and exchange numbers.
After a period of days, Marla leaves and Tyler introduces the narrator to his newest hobby. One night, Vicky's past classmate Sameer shows up in the club to challenge Vicky. He tells her that she is in danger and should get out of town for a few weeks. Dinesh comes up with idea to get Anna back. Tyler confesses that he is the one who blew up Jack's apartment.
As the nature of the fight clubs becomes out of control in the insomniac's view, the insomniac's life, in association, is one where he no longer understands what is happening around him, or how he can get out of it without harming himself. The men tell Jack that members of Project Mayhem have no names. Seeing 'Tyler's' wounds, the Mayhem members leave Marla alone with him to fetch some medical supplies. His insomnia suggests that his life lacks substance. The officers pin Jack down. She tells Tyler that if she falls asleep she will probably not wake up due to the Xanax she took. They meet in a parking lot behind a bar where Tyler invites the narrator to ask to come live with him.
Tyler says that at least she's trying to hit rock bottom. Bob has been shot while on an assignment for Project Mayhem. The number of applicants increases over time. The next sequence finds Jack and Tyler descending on a liposuction clinic, where Tyler steals giant plastic bags of fat to take back with them. He is feeling like a third wheel.
Jack says no, that this is a man and he deserves respect. While the film notably copies the title andlogo of the 1999 American film , the plot has few parallels or allusions to the American film or the. He allows Lou , the owner of the bar where their fight club is held, to beat him up before coughing blood all over him and demanding to stay in the basement. The next morning in the kitchen, Marla finds the narrator, who is astonished to see her in his house. She's tracked him down, asking why he hasn't been going to meetings. As the fight club's popularity grows, so does its scope in all aspects.