Stee: Are you trying to work jokes not recapped into this recap? That's sad. You're doing callbacks to concerts not recapped?
Pamie: I just want something funny to happen in this recap.
Stee: Okay. I'll do it. Erase that part before. Hey, remember the other night when we were watching that Concert from New York?
Stee: When David Bowie was playing?
Stee: Remember when you asked, "Why isn't he playing 'I'm Afraid of Americans'?"
Stee: That shit was funny.
Stee: You know how many movies Mick Jagger is producing right now?
Stee: About forty-nine. Ha. Was that the ugly model Christa McCulliffe, or whatever.
Pamie: Isn't that the teacher that died on the Challenger?
Pamie: We're going to hell.
Stee: Is Jim Carrey being ironic?
Pamie: Is he not wearing pants? I don't understand why they are laughing.
Stee: There's a sign ordering them to laugh.
Pamie: Or a button with other people laughing that someone's pressing.
Stee: Anthrax humor.
Pamie: He's edgy.
Stee: Oh, he's doing his funny gay voice!
Pamie: That never gets tired, stereotypical, or dumb. It's always funny to give something two snaps in a circle. Decades later, just as important and hilarious.
Now there is a "Legends of Rock and Roll" thing from Vogue where music plays and models come out dressed like rockers from the past and present who are into fashion, we guess. It's terrible. Prince and Deborah Harry and Destiny's Child and Marilyn Manson and The Beatles and *NSYNC and Björk and Kurt and Courtney and David Bowie and two women kiss there and then The Pretenders and John and Yoko and Janis and Jim Morrison and Jimi Hendrix (who is dressed just like Hillary Clinton was) and then the actual P. Diddy comes out. (That was all in terrible taste, for many reasons.) P. Diddy leads all the fake rockers through the audience. What the fuck is happening? Now P. Diddy intros "Outrageous Group." It's Destiny's Child. The video starts and they talk about image being important and their mother is their stylist and they go for classy but sexy and they like to start trends. They try to look different but similar. Beyoncé says, "I think we've done a great job." Good for you, ladies. The video ends and they come out with the mom. Hilary Swank is happy. The girls thank all the companies they work for by name. They leave.
Stee: Shut up! Pamie: Who are these people? Who are all these people? Stee: I don't know. Pamie: Why do we keep having to see Salma Hayek. Oh, my God. These are people dressed like famous people. This is awful. This is horrible. Is that a woman? That was a woman dressed as a man. Stee: They are all female models. Pamie: But Destiny's Child's actually there. Why use models? *NSYNC doesn't look like that. Stee: I don't understand anything. Pamie: No. NO! Stee: Was that supposed to be Kurt Cobain? Pamie: Yes. Stee: Yay! Girls kissing! Pamie: Lord. Girls dressed as men with Mohawks kissing...it's still sexy? Stee: Yes. Pamie: Ridiculous. I wanna go home. Stee: You know, it was better when Debbie Allen had like, tapdancing for Saving Private Ryan.Stephanie Seymour intros the next "Designer of the Year" nominee. You can see her titties. The designer grew up in New York and went to Studio 54 and it's Marc Jacobs. That name we can spell without looking it up. Cool. Queen plays during his video and he talks about fashion and how you have to change and he likes energy and music and tries to make dresses like rock. Trump says something about the stock market being closed as we go to commercials.