Annoying picks out some wigs and pays for them. At lunch with Pam, Annoying says that she's going to enjoy her days in Hawaii and then go home and everything will be back to normal. Again, less talk, more action! Stop talking about enjoying yourself and start actually enjoying yourself. Annoying says that she doesn't like the fact that this affects her so much, and Pam sympathizes with her. I still feel bad for Annoying, but one more scene of her talking about it might put me on the other side.
Everyone is in the van. Wonder Bread and Tetanus Girl are nuzzling each other. Teck says that it's time to rally, so I guess they are on their way to the No Talent Show. Colin asks if everyone called people to come to the show. In a confessional, Colin says that he is a little worried because they never had a full dress rehearsal. At Local Motion, Colin checks the sound. Ruthie and Annoying sit at a table. Annoying says that she's going to miss Colin. Ruthie says that Colin is not mad at Annoying, as much as he is hurt, so he's acting angry to cover the hurt, and it's going to take him a while to get over it.
Colin gives Calvin some directions on sound. The audience arrives. Backstage, Colin gives all the women a good luck kiss. Annoying sits by herself. Wonder Bread comes out to start the show with an improvised introduction. He really should have written something down because he just rambles on and on and then walks offstage.
Ruthie comes out to start the show with a rap. If you're really interested, it's in the new book. She reads it from a piece of paper and stumbles over some of the words. Also, it makes no sense. The one good thing I have to say about it is that it's short. Next up is the Dating Game skit. The only part of this we get to see is Teck being asked what kind of car he would be. He replies, "A cross between a limousine, a long black limousine, and a Por-shay because I'm long, black and I'm fast, girl." If that was the funniest line in the skit, they are in big trouble. Next, Wonder Bread and Teck do their spoof of The View. Wonder Bread is wearing Brenda's prom dress with a black button-down shirt underneath. It would be a lot more convincing without the shirt, but then again, do I really want to see more of his body? No. Teck looks like "Superfreak"-era Rick James in drag. They are going to show us how to take a home pregnancy test. Wonder Bread is using that funny feminine voice again, except that it's neither funny nor feminine. Teck says, "You take the applicator and you applicate." Again, if that's the highlight of the skit, I can't imagine how bad the rest was. Teck says that performing is a natural high, as if his whole ladies' man persona is not one big performance.