After IJ walks away, defeated, Blake notes that IJ pointed at him when he said "pig farm." Christina thinks this is the funniest thing she's heard all day/night/however long they've been in those chairs. Ha-ha-ha, pig farms are for the poor. Grammys are for the rich. Alcoholism is for everybody.
Oh no, Carson is in that god damn Voice Kia Sorento, with a glove box full of fake invitations to compete on The Voice. His next headshot, concealed in a Voice envelope, is going out to Charlie Rey. Charlie does smog tests, which I didn't really know were a thing. Not a thing I have ever thought about, anyway. My understanding is that the modern day smog test worker is like those girls who used to have to work on watches with radiation in them, or Marie Curie. Charlie's father has early stages of carbon monoxide poisoning, which has got to be a huge bummer, especially when you're poised to take over the family business. So Charlie is going to sing while he still has his voice, before his vocal chords are destroyed by the smog he protects us all from. Does this inspire me to stop driving my car? Nope, I'm going to go do doughnuts in a field, just in Charlie's honor. Woo hoo, driving is super fun I'm never gonna stop!
Charlie's voice is smokey, pun intended. His voice, and his casual manner, cause the ladies to scream and Blake and Adam to turn their chairs. Ooh, when he slid over that break, I think I needed a smog test of my very own... in my pants. Someone would have to tell me whether or not that works as an innuendo.
Charlie drops to his knees at the end of the song, pointing to the sky. Yes, that's where all the carbon monoxide is released. Blake and Adam fight over Charlie, per their contracts with NBC. Then, Christina Milian gave us a sneak peak at her idea of a question: "buttons were pressed, coaches were turned around, and they wanted you." Good question, I can't wait to see how that turns out online.
Charlie went onto Blake's team, and Blake claims he was happy to piss off Adam. Whatever you say, Blake. I think we all know that nobody actually cares about any of this.