Teck tells us he doesn't need alcohol or drugs to have a good time, just women. We see him dancing with many different women in nightspots. And I'm sure the cameras have nothing to do with it because Teck is so darned attractive. Oh wait, actually he's the opposite of that. Teck claims there are no problems with his lifestyle, as we see him bringing a woman home and booting Tetanus Girl to the bed in the living room. Tetanus Girl tells him he could at least help her carry her bedding out there, and for some reason she is wearing sunglasses. As they set up the bed for Tetanus Girl, she asks him why he doesn't just kick her out for good and push the two beds together. Teck laughs, and Tetanus Girl says it's a trade-off because Teck really isn't home that often.
Wonder Bread, Tetanus Girl and Annoying are in the van. Annoying says that Teck doesn't realize how small the island is, and that his many women are going to clash at some point. Tetanus Girl says Teck enjoys the drama. In that really scary, way-too-close confessional from the Ruthie intervention episode, Wonder Bread says that every women he meets knows Teck, has a friend who slept with Teck, or has slept with Teck herself, and that Teck is going to get a reputation. Then he'll never get a date to the homecoming dance! Back in the van, Wonder Bread tells us that Teck doesn't exactly exercise caution. Tetanus Girl says, "The whole point of life is that no matter what happens, things build upon themselves." It's a good thing I have Tetanus Girl around to tell me what the point of life is. I've been going about it all wrong. Tetanus Girl predicts that Teck will soon have women hunting him down.
At this point, I was wondering why they were emphasizing Teck's women so much, and how the castmates were able to predict what will happen to Teck so accurately. It's almost like the editors took events that happened later, and inserted the scenes here in an attempt at foreshadowing. Oh wait, that's exactly what they did.