In any event, Will furrows his brow at Bryan Ryan's shocking revelation, and he rises from his stool, crosses to the jukebox, and punches the buttons for Billy Joel's "Piano Man," which immediately begins playing even though "Dream Weaver" wasn't anywhere close to being done, but whatever, because Bryan Ryan actually soloed with this number at Sectionals in 1992, and the two launch themselves into a boozy karaoke sing-along like the lightweights they currently are, much to the apparent delight of the other patrons in the far blurry background of the shot. And Will and Bryan Ryan harmonize pretty well together at one point, but let's face it: We've been sitting here for almost a half a goddamned hour already, and we've yet to see a single goddamned sparkly musical number, and I WAS TOLD THERE WOULD BE SPARKLY MUSICAL NUMBERS. Will eventually gets Bryan Ryan to promise he'll try out for a local community theater's production of Les Miserables that Friday, and we head into this evening's next commercial break wondering what the hell is going on with this evening's tedious pacing. Is it deliberate? And if it is deliberate, can we have whoever's responsible fired before they get a chance to pull this crap on us again? Huh? HUH?
Episode Report CardDemian: C- | 2571 USERS: B+
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