Cee Lo assigns Emily and Mackenzie "Good Time" by Owl City and Carly Rae Jepsen. The odds are not in Emily's favor here, and we all know Cee Lo stacks the deck. Mackenzie asks what instrument(s) he can play, and Rob Thomas tells him eventually he needs to learn what to do with his hands. Mackenzie doesn't like to hear that because, "I'm always playing some kind of instrument, it's a big part of who I am as a musician." Haha yeah, that guy, you know the one who's always playing some kind of instrument?
Mackenzie and Emily both bring guitars to the final rehearsal, and Cee Lo tells them to spend some time away from their pacifiers. So Mackenzie focused his powers into dressing slightly Amish for the battle.
They're both good in their own way for the "Good Time" battle, but the best part was Mackenzie's over-zealous, Superbowl lovin' dad screaming "YOU DA MAN!" at his son for just totally nailing that Owl City track. Adam tells the duo the battle seemed a bit uncomfortable, Blake tells Mackenzie it seemed squeaky and like Adam, chooses Emily. Christina chooses Mackenzie because she had a Better Time watching him. Mackenzie's family goes wild. Cee Lo, the coach at hand, noticed the awkwardness and probably secretly regrets choosing a lame song. Cee Lo chooses Mackenzie, because he's scared of Mackenzie's dad. Cee Lo? Also "da man."
Blake admits to loving Emily Earle, but didn't see "a breakout moment." Back in the other hallway, Mackenzie's dad reminds us yet again that Mackenzie almost died. We know, dad, we know.
So there you have it, The Voice is about as interesting as the Presidential Debates, which don't have montages, so The Voice, one could say, is better. Also missing from the debates: Mackenzie's dad. Another win for The Voice.