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The party requests a block of wood, a doughnut, a ball of twine, three nails, a club sandwich, a bucket of ice, and an extremely sharp hatchet (Rush specifically requests a hatchet "as sharp as the Devil himself").
After getting acquainted with Chester and his friends, Ted is asked to take part in a challenge: Chester's friend Norman (Paul Caldern) has bet he can light his Zippo cigarette lighter ten times in a row.
However, one of the witches (Ione Skye) has still to retrieve her ingredient - semen - which she is told she must retrieve in one hour.
The witch manages to seduce an initially reluctant Ted and has sex with him in the cauldron.
It is not fully clear if these events take place in room 404 or in room 409.
The party guests' room is on the above floor, which suggests Siegfried's room is indeed room 404.
In the following segment of the movie, there is a brief phone call to the room in question where you can clearly tell that Siegfried is the man talking. A husband (Antonio Banderas) and wife (Tamlyn Tomita) go out to a New Year's Eve party and leave their two children, Juancho and Sarah (Danny Verduzco and Lana Mc Kissack), in the hotel.
Ted is paid 0 to keep an eye on the children by the stern father, who orders them not to misbehave.
Eventually, Ted escapes just as a different party guest (Paul Skemp) appears, looking for room 404 and is greeted by Siegfried in the same manner as Ted was at the beginning of the episode.
After he leaves, the witches complete the ritual and the goddess is seen emerging from the cauldron.
At the end of the segment, a guest from a hotel room party (Lawrence Bender) calls Ted at the front desk to get some ice.
Four Rooms is a 1995 anthology comedy film directed by Allison Anders, Alexandre Rockwell, Robert Rodriguez, and Quentin Tarantino, each directing one segment of the film that in its entirety is loosely based on the adult short fiction writings of Roald Dahl, especially Man from the South which is the basis for the last segment, Penthouse - "The Man from Hollywood" directed by Tarantino.
The story is set in the fictional Hotel Mon Signor in Los Angeles on New Year's Eve.
As Ted is responsible for the entire hotel, he is unable to actually stay in the room with the children, but instead instructs them to stay in the room and watch television.