The cast of 1600 Penn is here to tell us just how ordinary their show is. Please watch the sneak peak after this, if you don't have anything better on your DVR, their presence seems to say.
Terry's "defining moment" song is "I Want to Know What Love Is" by Foreigner. He sings it amid columns of light and women playing the violin. Terry performs it well, but doesn't look happy about it. Christina notes that Terry is still bringing it home, even though he must be tired. Blake thinks Terry sang it better tonight than the first time.
At last, it's time for Cee Lo and Nicholas David's duet. Cee Lo meets with Nicholas and his family in a house that looks surprisingly like Blake Shelton's. Nicholas's parents are named Jennifer and David, which makes me wonder if his dad's name is David David. Surely not ... it's too funky. But then again, Nicholas's son is called "Iceman" in this package. Iceman gives Cee Lo a Ritz cracker with all the salt licked off. I love this so much.
Appropriately, Nicholas and Cee Lo are singing "Play That Funky Music" for their duet. They even got some aerial disco strippers for this performance. Did you expect Cee Lo's sequin zebra print top to be a full outfit, with Garanimal-esque shorts? I bet you didn't. Much to everyone's delight, a little tiny Cee Lo comes out and starts popping and locking. Give this man the win.
"You complete me," Cee Lo tells Milo, the little mini-Cee Lo. Or is it, perhaps, My-Lo? I love it too much to bother with thinking.
Cassadee Pope closes out the night, of course, with her final original performance. Cassadee tells Blake that her performances have guilted her father into contacting her. The Voice helps people. It has also helped Cassadee become the country artist he needed her to be. She's singing "Cry" by Faith Hill. It will almost certainly "chart" on iTunes. She's in another sparkly ballgown, and standing in an autumn leaf menagerie. This is a good performance from Cassadee, though. I think she has slowed down her vibrato to a tolerable level, and I see the potential that everyone is seeing in her. I will accept it as reality when she wins.
Adam tells Cassadee she has done everything he would have wanted her to do. Blake congratulates Cassadee on singing the best he has ever heard her. Alrighty, then. Cee Lo and My-Lo did everything they could.