All of that comb needs to be removed. Simply use your hive tool to slice it off; where it connects to a frame, try to cut it a bit deeper than the surrounding properly drawn comb. Then reinstall your frames without the queen cage, together this time, and they should draw it out properly.
The wild comb can be set on the bottom board outside the hive, where the bees can quickly rob it and store the goodies elsewhere inside. After a day or two, you've now got a nice, dry, clean piece of comb that you can keep and study while considering how much higher a grade your bees would've gotten in geometry class than you did. They made it in pitch dark, y'know.
With a new package, you'll notice as you inspect that here and there the bees sometims build bridge comb between even correctly-spaced frames for no apparent reason. I know it seems like a shame, but you really do need to chop this comb off whenever you see it - it can create a problem later.