Don't Forget the Lyrics

Season 2 Episode 16

Episode 212

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Aired Friday 8:00 PM May 29, 2009 on FOX

Episode Recap

Tonight's celebrity contestant is Gary Dell'Abate, also known as Baba Booey from The Howard Stern Show . He is playing for LIFEbeat, a charity that fights AIDS. He has brought two friends with him as his back up singers, Mark McGrath from Sugar Ray and Jon Hein. Wayne Brady explains how to play the game and it is time to get started. For the $2500 song, he picks the category of American Favorites and chooses Michael Jackson's Rockin' Robin . He needs three missing words and sings, "Gonna rock tonight", which is correct. For the $5000 song, he picks the category of C1assic Rock and chooses Rick Derringer's Rock and Roll Hoochie Koo. He needs three missing words and sings, "Light my blues". He quickly decides to change blues to fuse, which is correct. For the $10,000 song, he picks the category of Rock and chooses Mountain'sMississippi Queen. He is looking for four missing words and sings, "What I mean", which is correct. For the $25,000 song, he picks the category of 1960s and chooses Tommy Roe's Dizzy. He is looking for six missing words and sings, "Me, dizzy like a thing that". He knows this is wrong and uses his first back up of 3 lines. He chooses the lyric 'It spin, you make me dizzy", which is correct. Wayne explains that they know he is a big Mets fan and on the overhead screen, there is a message wishing him luck on the show. In addition, Wayne states that shine they are demolishing Shay's Stadium, Gary will get the two best seats in the house. For the $50,000 song, he picks the category of Legends and chooses Sam Cooke's Another Saturday Night. He needs seven missing words and sings "Talk to, I'm in an awful way", which is correct. For the $100,000 song, he picks the category of R & B and chooses Stevie Wonder's Sir Duke. He needs ten missing words and sing, "It all over, they can fell it all over people", which is correct. For the $200,000 song, he picks the category of Pop and chooses America's Ventura Highway. He needs nine missing words and sing, "Free wind is blowing and the things are going". He knows that this is not right and uses his second back up, bringing up Mark McGrath. Mark states that the correct lyric is "Days are longer, the nights are stronger than moonshine". Gary asks him how certain he is and Mark says he is pretty sure. Gary states that is unsure of the last word moonshine and Mark states that this is the one is he sure of. Gary locks in the lyric and it is correct. For the $350,000 song, they pick the category of Genesis and the song Misunderstanding. He is looking for ten missing words and sings nothing. He uses his last back up of two words, choosing the first two words, "Your number". This does not help and he decides to take the $200,000 and leave. The correct lyric was "Your number twice, don't understand it, so I went home". Tonight's second contestant is Cheryl Jones. She is from Dallas, Texas and explains that it took her eleven years to become a flight attendant. Wayne explains how to play the game and it is time to get started. For the $2500 song, she picks the category of Love Songs and chooses Whitney Houston's Saving All My Love For You. She needs three missing words and sings "Man's gonna do", which is correct. For the $5000 song, she picks the category of Pop and chooses Journey's Any Way You Want It. She needs four missing words and sings nothing. Cheryl is uses her first back up and brings up Elbert. He states he does not really know this song and guess "Way I like it". She is still unsure and uses a second back up of 2 Words and chooses get the second word (you) and the first word (need). Cheryl is still unsure of the lyric and uses her last backup of 3 lines. She chooses the lyric of "Way you need it", which is correct. For the $10,000 song, she picks the category of R & B and chooses Peabo Bryson's If Ever Your in My Arms Again. She is looking for four missing words and sings, "Show you much better". This lyric is incorrect and Cheryl leaves with no money. The correct lyric was "Love you much better".
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