Cam doesn't wake up until the afternoon, and when he does, Dulcie is gone. She left a feather behind, though, and Cam keeps it because he's a little lovesick puppy.
Balder is a wee bit miffed at being locked in the closet the whole time, although he's proud of Cam for getting a little action.
Oops—Cam totally forgot about Gonzo and his imminent doom at the hands of I Double Dog Dare You.
Cam runs around like a mad man trying to find Gonzo, but all he sees are people with hangovers and a guy selling tees that say "Bring Back the Dwarf" with Gonzo's terrified face on them. Apparently there was an electric chair involved. Oh no…
Cam finally gives up his search and goes back to his room, dejected.
Gonzo shows up, though, triumphant, covered in dye, and sporting a brand-new Mohawk. Oh, and a tattoo of the Buddha Cow with the words How Now Mad Cow?
The electric chair was just a prop—phew—and the only thing they really did was shave his head. Gonzo's transformed in more ways than just his choice of hairstyle, though. He's conquered his fears, lived a little, and gained a really good friend named Drew in the process.
Drew shows up at the room next, and it turns out he's more than just a friend; he and Gonzo are in love.
As they go to leave, there's a mad rush toward the party house because apparently the Copenhagen Interpretation is back and about to perform.