Wili's subsequent flash of evil genius entails dragging Marc away from the festivities at The Middle Ages. Oh, boo. He would so enjoy what is to come. He runs by Betty and yells, "Bye, grandma!" But Betty hardly notices, because Henry's name (that is Henry Grubstick, in full) is called next to ride the giant robot horse. But Henry is nowhere to be found, because he's off telling Charlie not to be jealous. Fucking Charlie. Maybe Claire can get her taken out, too, if she throws in a can of Bud Light? Betty The Brave is forced to step up to ride the horse. With the knowledge that no good is going to come of any of this, we head to commercials.
When we return, we are in a setting with mood music and soft jazz. And this is where Daniel meets Tyler. Well, how is that supposed to make him want sex less? Daniel confesses that he and his date had sex during Hotel Rwanda. For multiple hours of pleasure, he should try Schindler's List. Tyler tells him that cold turkey is hard, and they don't make a patch for this. He then admits that five years ago, he was where Daniel is now. Daniel says that he doubts this, but Tyler says that he even left his family on Christmas to go to a strip club. But he was dressed as Santa, to deliver presents to the strippers! Or, "presents." That's practically community service. Tyler says that Daniel needs to find something to help him focus on other things. He then asks Daniel if he wants to know how Tyler got through it, and Tyler hands Daniel a bottle of pills that he found "overseas." He tells Daniel that whenever he wants sex, he should take one of them as a distraction. This guy has a degree in sketchiness. Seriously, what is that about?