Don't Forget the Lyrics

Season 2 Episode 17

Episode 211

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM Jun 05, 2009 on FOX

Episode Recap

Tonight's contestants are identical twins, Mike and Matt Landis and they are real estate agents from Orlando. Wayne Brady explains how to play the game and it is time to get started. For the $2500 song, they pick the category of Pop and choose Journey's Faithfully. They need three missing words and sing, "Forever yours faithfully", which is correct. For the $5000 song, they pick the category of Power Ballads and choose Skid Row's 18 and Life. They need four missing words and sing "And life to go", which is correct. For the $10,000 song, they pick the category of In The Family and choose The Carpenter's Top of the World. They need three missing words and sing "Down on creation", which is correct. Wayne explains that he has a bonus song for them. He is holding two envelopes with the name of a song, if they can sing the entire first verse to the song, then they get a surprise. They pick an envelope and are told that the song is Men at Work's Who Can it Be Now. They sing the verse and Wayne states he is not sure of they got it right. He brings out Colin Hay from the band Men at Work and he sings the song for everyone, with the boys backing him up. For the $25,000 song, they pick the category of 1970s and choose T. Rex's Bang a Gong. They need six missing words and sing, "dirty, sweet and you're my girl", which is correct. For the $50,000 song, they pick the category of Motown and choose Diane Ross and the Supremes' Stop! In the Name of Love. They need six missing words and sing, nothing. They guess that the lyric maybe, "Stop, in the name of love", but they are sure this is not right. They decide to use their first back up of 3 lines. They pick the choice, "After all that we've been through". They are not sure and use their second back up of 2 words. They want the sixth word (you) and the second word (I've). Now they look at the 3 lines again and lock in "After I've been sweet to you", which is correct. For the $100,000 song, they pick the category of Rock and choose The Doors' Hello, I Love You. They need nine missing words and sing, "Guy to make the queen of the angels sigh", which is correct. For the $200,000 song, they pick the category of Elton John and the song Tiny Dancer. They need ten missing words and sing, "back, she just laughs". They cannot finish the lyric and use their last back up. They bring up their friends, Glen Mack and he immediately states that the correct lyric is "Back, she just laughs, the boulevard is not that bad", which is correct. For the $350,000 song, they pick the category of Girls, Girls, Girls and choose The Tubes' She's a Beauty. They need ten missing words and sing "She's everything you dream about, so don't fall in love". They discuss this lyric and decide to change the word 'so' to 'but' and lock in the lyric, which is correct. For the $500,000 song, they pick the category of R & B and choose Stevie Wonder's Part Time Lover. They need ten missing words and sing, "Passions on the run, chasing love up against the sun". They are not sure if this is correct and decide to take the $350,000. Wayne reveals that this lyric is correct. Colin Hay comes back out of the stage and he & the boys close the show singing his song Down Under.
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