That night, the Beatles are all asleep. They are joined by the lawnmower, who apparantly sleeps on George's floor! A spotlight shines over each of the Beatles in turn until it finally settles on Ringo.
A small door in the wall next to Ringo's bed pops open, and Ahme extends a fishing rod-type object out of the space. She uses it to pull the covers off of Ringo's pillow, but finds his feet there instead! She then pulls the covers off of Ringo until his hand is exposed.
Ahme grabs the ring with the rod, but she cannot get it off of Ringo's finger. She pulls harder and harder until finally Ringo falls off the bed! Ahme retreats quickly, as Ringo sits up, bewildered. He then crawls over to John's pit and wakes him up, thinking John was playing a joke on him. John denies it, and since he and Ringo are now awake, he decides to give the other Beatles a wake-up call. He dials a phone number, and when Paul and George answer, he holds up an alarm clock to the phone.
Later that day, Clang approaches Paul as he leaves the apartment, calling "Hey, Be-a-tle!" Clang, thinking Paul is the Beatle with the sacrificial ring, offers Paul some gold nuggets. Paul declines, saying that "they make your fingers go green." Ahme approaches, winks at Paul, and informs Clang that "he is not the Beatle with the ring, he." Paul, confused, asks, "Aren't I?" Ahme is obviously enamoured by Paul, but she manages to say, "No, unfortunately" before she dissolves into a fit of giggles. Paul gets angry at this and gets into the car.
John is now approaching the car, but Clang stops him with a "Hey, Be-a-tle!" Clang offers a proposal, "You shall have fun, eh?" John answers with a non sequitur: "No thanks, I'm rhythm guitar and mouth organ." Meanwhile, Ahme flirts with Paul through the car window. John leaves Clang behind, and Ahme explains that John doesn't have the ring either.
As John gets into the car, George comments, "I didn't encourage that wink." (George finally speaks!) The Beatles' car takes off, with Clang, Ahme, and Bhuta close behind.