Cut to Deaqon and Van entering a roadhouse to the strains of "Cat Scratch Fever" by Ted Nugent. Sadly, there is a bar in my hometown called the Roadhouse that looks like this, and has a similar soundtrack. But the one in my hometown is not meant for camp value. Anyway. The roadhouse is filled with white dudes in cowboy hats. As they enter, Deaqon barely misses being hit by an airborne beer bottle. Action Cliché #12 is fast approaching: the protagonist wins over a crowd full of people with whom he has nothing in common, using music. Deaqon strolls onto the dance floor and borrows some dude's cowboy hat. Deaqon starts doing a line dance. Everyone stops and watches, instead of what would really happen, which is that one of the guys would yell out, "Fag!" and then they would beat him up. Instead, two women (who happen to be dressed in identical Daisy Mae red gingham shirts) join him on the dance floor and imitate his dance. Did I suddenly stumble onto a twisted version of Can't Buy Me Love? There is the obligatory shot of an old tattooed biker dude grooving along to the music, and a boozy floozy wearing a leopard-skin top hooting and clapping. Two more Daisy Maes join in on Deaqon's dance. I think that this point, I would be more worried about the fact that all of the young women in the bar dress alike. Have Van and Deaqon discovered some Village of the Redneck Damned?
Episode Report CardKim: B | 601 USERS: B-
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