I would pitch the contents of a vial without a starter and crop for your next beer. A White Labs vial is enough yeast for 2.5 gallons of wort. Remember, the difference between 65 billion yeast cells and 130 billion yeast cells is approximately 90 minutes of propagation time, as the cell count doubles roughly every 90 minutes until the medium is exhausted of maximum cell density is reach, which is 1.9 trillion cells for 2.5 gallons (~9.5L).
number_of_replication_periods_necessary_to_hit_max_density = log(1,900,000,000,000 / 65,000,000,000) / log(2) = 5
Hence, the yeast biomass needs to five 90 minute replication periods past the log phase to fully saturate the wort with yeast cells.