The next morning, the monster wakes up and tells everyone that he's ready to rumble. He's got 300 soldiers surrounding him, and he has a plan: He'll capture the night-owl and have her serve as his "scare" for the rest of the tournament. He wants to make sure that no one thinks that the future king is a weakling. He also wants to send a message to the women in the audience: "I'm going to kick your ass outta here, and I'm not going to let you think that you're weakling." The monster is psyched to be done with the tournament, and wants to show off his new skills. He tells everyone to get ready for the finale, and then he sneaks in to see what's going down. He asks if the fifth prince has beaten up Mr. Roberts, and the monster is horrified. He thinks that this is all a big publicity stunt, and that the losers are going to get a lot of money out of this. The monster's not buying it. He goes on to rant about how the prince's perfect image has been tarnished, and how he can't even be the prince anymore.