Three actors play a short scene for the audience. We see a female student who is waiting for her friend in a pub. In the meantime, a young man offers her a drink. She declines. ‘Ah, don't be like that,’ he says, and before she knows it, a beer has been put in front of her. She takes it without looking at him. She goes onto the dance floor; he joins her and is becoming more and more pushy. When the friend arrives, she is ‘rescued’ from the young man. Then it's the next morning, the student and her friend are waiting for their new tutor in the classroom. Lo and behold, it's the rejected, inebriated young man from the night before. “I’m glad to see familiar faces,” he says loudly. The girls would like the earth to open up and swallow them.