Meanwhile, Dan looks like he's about to puke.
In a POV, Flounder, who looks like an even bigger nutswallower when he removes his glasses, says that he just really wanted to show the pledges how hardcore he is about his fraternity. Mags sends the guys back to their bedrooms, screaming about how pathetic they are, and that if they don't want to be part of the fraternity they can all just leave right now, and he can guarantee them that the brothers wouldn't give a fuck. But, you know, please feel free to donate to our dues fund for your time spent in our lovely resort, and remember, if you're going to pledge...pledge Sigma Chi Omega!
Over at Union Hours, Adam runs into Tim and Dan, who are trying to eat a greasy breakfast on a hungover stomach. Dan's pissed because they had to do line-up on the porch this morning at 6 AM, just as his black tar heroin was kicking in. Adam grins and says that every pledge class is made to believe that they've been the worst pledge class in the history of the fraternity. He tells Dan everyone thinks about depledging at least once. Dan says that's the only thing he thinks about 24-7. Getting the fuck out of Dipshit City and reclaiming his life. He says that it's hard enough to go through the pledge class, but they have to go through it with cameras documenting their every move. He's tired of being followed around; there's no privacy with two or three cameramen around at all times. At this point, we see the camera crew filming the guys walking in the door and up the stairs. Dan's right, but it's not like this is a real treat for the camera guys. I'm sure every cameraman drew the short end of the straw, while the lucky ones are up the street filming the Sorority Life girls having pillow fights in their sheer lingerie. Dan wants to be a normal kid again. Tim tells him that at the very beginning, Tim told Alex that at least one of the pledges would depledge. Oh, the irony. And the foresight.