The crusty punks Eleven encounters here have even less to offer than the ones on the show.
“Some of you don’t know the name / But that’s that guy from The Hunger Games.”
But at least Puerto Rico finally catches a break.
Because apparently some of us like our threesomes with a wookie and two stormtroopers…
An educational journey to the Snackside Down.
The Ben Stiller Show gave us the Manson that Manson deserves.
Plus, the boys sing barbershop quartet versions of Nirvana’s “Rape Me”; Cypress Hill’s “Insane in the Membrane”; and Kelis’ “Milkshake”.
“No costumes, no props, no video screens, no computer servers. We’re just going to walk out on stage, sit down on stools, and play a bunch of old songs.”
The VMAs-inspired performance included a black hoodie and closing monologue.
A hillbilly-style version of the song as performed by Jim Bob.
“Randy comes to grips with what it means to be white in today’s society” on episode entitled, “White People Renovating Houses.”
“My father is the opposite of a man / it’s almost impossible to love him,” goes the song’s opening lyrics.