Danny walks into Isaac's office to tell him that they're going to get started in a few minutes. Isaac starts singing a song: "I like New York in June, how about you?" but Dan has no idea what Isaac is talking about, and Isaac explains that it was a song written in 1940 for a movie called Babes on Broadway, which my Videohound tells me starred Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland putting on a show to save a settlement house, so I immediately wrote down Babes on Broadway on my "Do Not Rent This. Ever" list. Isaac wants Dan to ask him another song, but Dan tells him that the game they're going to play has nothing to do with song titles, like, let him have his little moment for Christ's sake, Dan. Isaac explains that he has a comprehensive command of American musicals, but most people don't know that about him, which I translate into "the writers only just pulled this little character quirk out of their collective ass." Dan is nervous about Isaac's ability to play the game, since he's trying to reclaim his manhood and all. Isaac insists Dan pick another song to quiz him, Dan refuses, Isaac insists, Dan comes out with "How Are Things In Glocca Morra?" which sounds like a made-up song title to me, but my knowledge of musicals begins and ends with Kermit the Frog singing "The Rainbow Connection." Isaac doesn't know this song and it's going to "bug the crap" out of him. Nice going, Dan. Dan leaves as Isaac tries in vain to come up with the song.
Episode Report CardDaniel: B+ | 1003 USERS: C+
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