Tetanus Girl and Wonder Bread begin their skit. We don't really see enough of it to tell what is going on, but Tetanus Girl is holding a gun and berating Wonder Bread, who is tied up on a chair. I yell at the television, "Shoot him, shoot him!" In a voice-over, Annoying says, "That sucks." I laugh, until they cut to Annoying crying in the bathroom and I realize that she wasn't referring to the skit. In a confessional, Annoying says, "I feel like an outsider and I don't feel like being all yippety-doo with these people." In the bathroom, Annoying tells Pam once again that she doesn't want them to know they got to her. Pam tells her to just accept that they did and move on. She continues, "Just because someone has a complaint against you doesn't mean you have to believe it." Back on stage, Tetanus Girl lays a big old kiss on Wonder Bread. Wonder Bread tells us, "I have executed a stage kiss before and this isn't a stage kiss. This is a big-time, tongue-jabbing, passionate kiss on the mouth. This is a kiss of passion." Did he have to say "tongue-jabbing"? They show the kiss twice and the second time it's in slow motion, to try to make it look like it lasted longer than it actually did.
Next up is Tetanus Girl, reading her poem "Blue." It is so hilarious that I will reprint it in its entirety:
What is it that attacts me to you?
Oh blue it is finally true.
Not fleeting love which I describe myself to find
In nooks and crannies of life.
A consistent ever growing
To hold you and be held by you.
I never imagined not to look but to find
The ever expanding lust for your touch.