"At this point, all the remaining hopefuls are talented," explains the narrator. At what point? The point after Jillion and FM are asked to go to the workshop? What the hell does that mean? I hate Crapcock's glasses.
They start arguing over the tall jock guy who can dance but not sing so well, even though they don't tell us that's who they're talking about. Jaymes starts yelling about something, but the scene is edited together so shitty it's impossible to know what they're talking about.
Y'all remember non-gay Brandon Durand with the wispy voice and the robotic dancing, right? The narrator reminds us how great he is and that he's a professional choreographer and stuff. PseudoTravis says that Brandon can dance his butt off. Crapcock, who hates anyone who's a threat, says he recalls that Brandon doesn't have that much of a voice. To prove it, the editors make a quick joke by showing us Brandon sing the words, "That ain't no lie." Brandon does that thing where he snorts air out when he's done singing a lyric.
Crapcock does the honors, calling up Brandon to tell him that they don't want him at the workshop. Crapcock tells him that he was one of the good people, but "unfortunately" they're not going to have him. Brandon rolls his head back and looks like he's pretty used to getting rejection in this business. I'm not slamming him; I think it shows that Brandon's really a professional, whereas these other crybabies are having their first audition experience and can't hang when someone tells them no. Brandon's girlfriend is videotaping, and when he hangs up and shakes his head she says, "You're kidding," but doesn't stop filming him. Brandon tells us that he's proud he made it this far, and he knows his friends and family are proud of him. We watch him get hugs from men in the room as his girlfriend just keeps filming. Bye, Brandon.