A Premiership football team spend a night in Hotel Babylon prior to an FA Cup game that they are favourites to win. They treat the staff with disrespect and get up to all sorts of antics, including a gang bang with prostitutes. Matters reach a head for Tony when he sees the team’s respected manager Peter Yardley (Richard Hawley) taking a bung. After being assaulted by one of the players Rebecca has had enough and, together with the rest of the staff, hatch a plan to get revenge. As a result the team lose their match, much to the delight of the staff who had a cheeky bet on them doing so.
Tanya recognises a guest (Dovic) as a former Serbian war criminal but Charlie and Jackie are reluctant to believe her. When the staff set the fire alarm off to annoy the footballers, Dovic is the only guest not to appear. Charlie finds him being held hostage in his room by a hysterical Tanya. Dovic convinces Charlie that he is not a war criminal. However, he later betrays himself, confirming to Charlie that Tanya was right all along. When Dovic checks out he is furious to find that nobody will help him with his bags – the staff support Tanya. As Dovic is driven away, we spot a car following him – we know Dovic will get his comeuppance.
Elsewhere Anna is in a tizz when a strange group of people, all dressed in black and named after Cornish villages, check into Babylon. Curious to know what they are up to, Anna is compelled to find out more about them. On the pretence of delivering their odd room service requests personally, she discovers that they are an end-of-the-world cult led by Adrian Tintagel (David Walliams). Anna’s desperate to escape but, now she knows their mission, the cult won’t let her go. As part of their preparation, the cult are hypnotised by Tintagel. Anna, not buying it, is the first to fall under the spell, but awakes to discover the whole situation to be a sad failure.