Shots of Germany. The title card reads: "At the Hotel...Frantic Over Ashley." It's Trevor and Dan sticking fruit in their upper gums under their lips. They look like extras from Planet of the Apes. Trevor goofs around, pretending Dan's his "Pa." He says that all the kids at school make fun of him. Dan's got the giggles. "You're special, son," Dan says. "And don't let anybody tell you any different." I'm laughing here, because it's nice to see the boys goof around and have fun. See? This is funny. Trevor says, "I said that I was special, and they still made fun of me." "Don't let anybody make fun of you, Son," Dan says and they break down in giggles. Then they have to go back to acting. They walk over to their hotel-room door and open it to see the six girls who have been planted there to scream. The girls scream, and the boys joke around with fruit still in their mouths. Music plays until the boys shut the door. One of the girls was late on her cue to "freak out." The boys giggle, wondering, I hope, when they get their own lives back again.
More establishing shots of Germany. Ashley finally asks this girl's name. It's Susan. Ashley introduces himself again, and Susan screams that she knows his name is Ashley. She says, "I see you and I say, 'Okay, I ask him.' I ask him, 'Are you Ashley?' And you are! You are Ashley." Ashley asks if the hotel is far. Susan says that it is, even though she said earlier that it wasn't. She says she'd like to stop at her friend's house to show him off because her friend is a huge fan and it'd mean a lot to her. Ashley asks if it's on the way. Susan says it is, so Ashley agrees to go since he appreciates the ride so much. No cell phones or pay phones or taxis in Germany. Just helpful strange German girls. The editors make a joke by showing us a shot of a neon sign that reads "Schmuck."