Season 3 Episode 6

Mike Shinoda, Brandy, Mekhi Phifer

Aired Monday 10:00 PM May 30, 2004 on MTV - Music Television
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Segment #1 - Mike Shinoda finds himself being accused for parking next to a fire hydrent when there was a fire and they had to break his windows to get the hose through. They tell him he has to pay the fine. Segment #2 - Brandy and her brother are driving along when the cops pull them over and suspect them of carrying stolen jewelry and after searching the car they find a bag of stolen jewelry. Brandy breaks into tears when they arrest her brother. Segment #3 - Mekhi Phifer gets accused of not paying his tax and tell him he must pay it or he could go to jail.moreless

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  • Three good segments

    Linkin Park was one of my favourite bands until I started to get into the heavier stuff and Punking Mike Shinoda was a brilliant idea and the way they did it was terrific, parking in front of a fire hydrant (that wasn’t there before) actually causing trouble, which as Ashton points out, hardly ever happens.

    Brandy’s segment was also great because it wasn’t directly aiming the situation at her but rather her brother which makes it seem less like it would be a Punk at her, but her reaction is terrific because, as always, Ashton’s pranks turn people into very emotional states which are entertaining for us.

    The pretence that Mekhi Phifer didn’t pay the unpaid ticket he knew he did a month ago was a great addition to his segment because they actually brought something from his past that he knew was real, therefore throwing him off.

    Overall, this is one episode that is a very good watch and I urge everyone to see it.moreless

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    • Posing Police Officer: "Have you ever heard of Winona Ryder?"
      The posing police officer said this to convince Brandy that status and money don't always dissuade the celebrity from stealing. The reference here was about Winona Ryder's shoplifting charge back in late 2001. She was observed as leaving a Beverly Hills store with several articles of clothing and hair accessories.