Ron's saying that, as they sat there at the table, Ice kept refusing to sing his song, so anyone with half a brain would know not to get up there and sing it for him. But, we're talking about Traci and Trishelle here, who don't have half a brain together. The girls say "Don't be mad at us, Ice," and Traci says they sang the song to honor him and show him he's still the greatest. Ron says that the whole scene was awkward, and that the girls don't have a clue as to how to rap. Or sing. Or breathe through their noses. Erik sneaks Ice a mic under the table and tells him "just do it." Ice finally starts rapping from the table, which whips the crowd into a frenzy. According to him, anyway. Most of the crowd looks bored, as they were in elementary school when this song was a hit. He figured, "Screw it, I'll do it." Ron says that there's no greater thrill than seeing an original artist perform his song at a karaoke bar. You know, unless you're invited to a threesome with Traci Lords and Ginger Lynn. Ice wasn't expecting the crowd to go crazy. So, luckily he wasn't shocked when they remained indifferent to the situation. Tammy Faye says that it was the highlight of the evening, and that it loosened everyone up. Someone says Ice is very down-to-earth. Erik gets on someone's motorcycle outside, and then they sign some autographs and take off. They drop Tammy Faye off at her hotel, and the women do all that drunken, slobbery "We love you Tammy!" crap as she walks into her hotel thanking her Lord and Savior that she doesn't have to hang with the annoying drunk hos all night.
Episode Report CardUncle Bob: B- | 1096 USERS: B-
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