The Count's clock is now repaired, though strangely has 19 numbers on it. The Count explains it's Transylvian time and that 19 o'clock is the most important time of the day. They wind the clock to 19 and the bat inside shrieks 19 times. Now, it's "Bat Time," where the Count tells his bats their bat time story (a variation of "Peter Rabbit").
Humphrey and Ingrid admire their newly-framed photo of Natasha, which happens to be a snapshot of the first time she went "thpfft." They also show off the tons of photos Humphrey keeps in his wallet.
A drummer checks out his newly-fixed drum, which sounds perfect for Celina and her dancing students. As they drum and dance outside, Maria and Luis decide to put off work for a bit and join them. Humphrey and Ingrid announces the sponsors.