But wait, there’s more
Yes, it’s ridiculous to think that Johnny has a magic crotch that makes people bend to his will, but it’s just part of the mind game he plays on Baby. The negging and humping are just a part of it. But there are even more mind games at play. When Baby asks how many people he’s slept with, he goes into wounded boy-hooker mode, taking a page out of the David Lee Roth book of Just a Gigolo.
“You don’t understand what it’s like, Baby. You come from the streets and suddenly you’re up here and these women are throwing themselves at you and they smell good and they really take care of themselves, I mean, I never knew women could be like that,” he says. “They’re slipping their room keys in my hands two or three times a day...” then goes into how he feels like he’s being used.
Meanwhile, Johnny has been grazing a buffet of aged meat, but he has a hunger for veal, too. And that’s where Baby, and the countless other Babies that have likely come before her, come into play.
He totally gives himself away at the end, when he announces to the crowd that he always does the last dance of the season (the season, it appears, is only a week long). It’s never said how old Johnny is, but he doesn’t strike me as a man who makes up a tradition after one summer. He’s worked here for a while. And given that the staff feels compelled to give him stern warnings not to hump the guests’ daughters, there’s substantial evidence to at least suspect he’s done this before.