And the paid crowd goes wild.
Standing O’s as he enters the building. He hasn’t even done anything yet but act like a giant egotistical douche. Oh wait, that wasn’t acting.
Finally after a bunch more filler and the opening credits, we get back down to business where we left off last week. Arsenio and Adam are in the editing room and they’ve just discovered the footage from Magic Johnson is unusable.
Thank you for the pointless cliffhanger of fabricated drama.
What about the Debbie mural drama in Clay’s camp? Is that going to be a true moment of drama? Is she going to leave the show? Nope. She does bitch about how “suddenly” Clay wants to see a sketch – I’m not sure why this was not possible to be conveyed when she first called her cousin, since Clay has been requesting it all along. Whatever. If I’m covering this shit, I need a drink. (And I quit drinking). Expect buzzed rambling by the end of this recap. Sorry.
You can’t convince me that isn’t eye liner!
Blah, blah, blah they try to create some drama with the mural thing. The only thing I get out of it is that Debbie says she needs to be calm and centered to “be in good voice”, which is impossible when she’s so stressed out about the mural and still has to do the music.
And I thought this was the only thing that made her be “in good voice.”
Man, am I bitchy today, or what? And it’s not even that time of the month. I blame it all on Donald Trump.
Photoshopped, but hilarious, nevertheless.
We come back from the commercial and Trump introduces his family, which he says is more important than business.
Ivanka and Eric are in attendance.
Dorkus Amongus is busy promoting the Trump’s new eco-friendly brand.
Poor Baron just wants to go ride his bike.
Finally we get back to the drama. It’s the morning of the big event. Clay’s team is riding in their van and talking preparation. Aubrey has already got her hair prepared for the big show.
For some reason, in this picture, she reminds me of
Eleanor Abernathy before the big transformation.
Finally, the morning of the event, Debbie provides something to Clay that proves her cousin isn’t a special ed scribbler.
Looks good. Give her the green light. She has fifteen minutes to get it done.
Arsenio’s team has arrived at the space where the big event will be held. They are strategizing their performance concept and Adam plans on writing a few jokes for Teresa and Paul to add them to the mix. He also wants to roast Arsenio.
An offensive roast isn’t going to compete with
Mr. Feelgood PG guy and his handicapped children!
Poor Adam seems at a loss. He thinks he has a responsibility to come up with all the ideas since he was picked first, but Arsenio has shot down quite a few of his contributions. Plus his comedy is always a roast or self deprecating, so if he can’t do that, he has no idea how to be funny.
Someone should explain how funny his face is all by itself.
Arsenio hates to shoot down people’s creative ideas.
This man is a sweet man, but he is no leader.
Clay is realizing his team has a ton of work to do and they may not get it all done in time. When some guy arrives that Aubrey knows, she interrupts Clay’s greeting of the man to offer to show him around. Clay intercepts her and asks if she minds if he helms the situation.
For once, Aubrey accidentally lets her serpent glare shine through.