Peter has a chance encounter with Lance Armstrong, who shames him into rejoining his team, but he arrives too late: Average Joe’s has already been forced to forfeit.
Gordon finds a loophole in the rules: a majority of the judges can overturn the forfeiture.
Gordon suggests that they enter a dodgeball tournament in Las Vegas with a ,000 prize.
They form a team with Peter and watch a 1950s-era training video narrated by dodgeball legend “Patches” O’Houlihan (Hank Azaria).
At the Hamptons hotel, Kevin and Marcus meet Brittany and Tiffany’s three best friends, Karen, Tori and Lisa, and their rivals Megan and Heather Vandegeld.
They also encounter Karen’s abusive boyfriend, Heath, a broke, out of work actor.
White repeatedly and unsuccessfully attempts to charm her, and she instead develops a friendship with Peter while reviewing his financial records.
Average Joe’s employees Dwight (Chris Williams) and Owen (Joel David Moore) and members Steve “the Pirate” (Alan Tudyk), Justin (Justin Long), and Gordon (Stephen Root) try to raise the money needed to save the gym.
Peter opens youth dodgeball classes at a newly renovated and now-successful Average Joe’s, while White, as depicted in a vignette that appears during the credits becomes massively obese from “drowning his sorrows” in junk food in which he laments on his loss, blaming it on Norris, plays with his prosthetic breasts and sings along to Kelis’ “My Milkshake”, and criticizes the “American cinema” for not appreciating any complexity over entertainment.
When the Wilson sisters get minor facial cuts in a car accident, they refuse to leave the hotel.
Kevin and Marcus then disguise themselves as Wilson sister look-alikes in order to save their jobs.
Peter is approached by the aging, wheelchair-bound Patches (Rip Torn), who volunteers to coach the Average Joe’s team.
Patches’ training regimen includes throwing wrenches at the team, forcing them to dodge oncoming cars, and constantly berating them with insults.