So Eulisha sings, in the land of people who believe the world can be a good place that makes sense, instead of like, goblins or whatever. Matt "Velvet" Dusk got goose bumps: "I don't even want to sing, because she's going to kill the song [luckily, in a totally different way than Jenn did last week] and I'll be like, just lamely...singing it." Hee, but then he proceeds to do just that. So he was right, and to Matt "Velvet" Dusk that's what's important: being right, not being happy. The people stare and stare, because they are tired. Or so it seems, to look at them. Eulisha does the improvised "All right!" while he sings, then takes over again. It's very cool and professional-seeming, and the band is clearly into working with and around her vocal stylings. This drunk barfly lady holds up a thumb. She's only got the one. "I was just blown right out of the water," he jokes onstage, and does some cute sound effects of boats being blown out of water. There are gestures. "I think I just lost my gig!" he gasps, "but at least in the end the one that I picked? Now that's a real singer." So the karaoke thing's only bad most of the time, like when you're not the one picking the performer? Or are you saying that you could just tell in that magical "I'm a star, baby" kind of way? Whatever. What stage of employee resentment is this? With the delusion and the actively taking part in screwing yourself over? Linda's now all over Eulisha, who thinks that she was "very impressed with my vocal ability." Linda's all, "And we're only a phone call away from each other!" I get a little melty about it, because it's exciting even though it's all so silly. "She asked me for a couple of vocal tracks...because she could represent me." Oh, my God, hearken back with me to the reading with Psychic Girl! And that's the end, basically. As they climb back into Porschina de la Quince, Joan the buzzkill muses, "Well, you didn't exactly win the money" to pay off the car. But Eulisha just smiles her beautiful smile and says, "You know what, I didn't. But I had a wonderful trip, and I got a much bigger gift. I was able to sing." Aww. They drive away. They should've bought a "Repo Man-Go-Away" candle while they were there.
Episode Report CardJacob Clifton: C | 508 USERS: C+
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