Well. I guess this isn't the first time, actually: "For the dance music challenge, you will be surrounded by homosexual tourists with overbites. They have terrible taste, so don't stress out."
SESH (SO NAMED IN MEMORIAM)
Sonyae: "I'm going to sex these children up so they don't feel like I'm being condescending. Like how everybody thinks kids are into Twilight because it's romantic but really they like it because it's super gross. You know you're old, Generation X, when you can't tell the difference between Sweet Valley High and Flowers In The Attic."
Nick: "Well. Being a child myself I realized I should just wipe out the blink-182 song I was planning on singing, and go with Thirty Seconds To Mars instead. I'm really relevant and I am truly punk."
(His song is already pretty much perfect within five seconds.)
Jes: "I love being in the studio by myself, attempting to remember where I am and what I'm doing."
Jes, Five Seconds Later: "Who am I and what am I doing."
Scotty: "The track fit possibly well with my idea of giving birth out of an anus, but then I decided it would be more upbeat to sing about the nuclear apocalypse."
Scotty, verbatim: "What would you do if it was your last moment on earth? ...Of course [Of Course!] I would want... To dance."
God love Scotty. He is so great today.
Everybody's songs sound so pretty! I know it's just the track throwing me off because of how I am a philistine that requires only drumming, but the melodies are really pretty too. I'm sure Jes will do fine as well, if she writes a song this week.
WHEN KARAS ATTACK: SCOTTY
Kara appears in Scotty's session and it freaks his mind.
Kara: "Look at my serious matte lipstick and talk to me like a person."
He sings the song and instead of getting the DJ pregnant, now the DJ is making him-making him-making him crazy-crazy-crazy.
Kara: "What if your song had real lyrics?"
Scotty: "You're making me second-guess my song. Why do you hate me?"
Kara: "Just try to be honest instead of dealing in platitudes."
Scotty: "I feel injured."
WHEN KARAS ATTACK: NICK
Nick: "Kara, originally my song was called 'Boom Boom' which, as you know, that's a very good thing for a song to be called. But then the judges got really judgy."
Kara: "Okay. And?"
Nick: "Now it is about how even if you are not dating a person, they are the first person you call. The song is called 'First Call,' and it is about my personal neediness being such fathoms deep that you feel like Mary Elizabeth Mastrantonio* just contemplating it."