New hashtag for this episode: #takeItOff
The show opens with Noah’s intro, and the requisite sing-a-long, which they do twice. “Re-rack it!” Then they do an a capella version. Then they do an a capella country version. Rory talks about getting back from Atlanta after finishing production on his show “Robbie.” DVK talks about how he broke his finger playing kickball with a volleyball. They wonder if a kickball is the same thing as a dodgeball, which is reminiscent of the stationary/stationery argument. They yell for DVK to take off his shirt, and then they say that #takeItOff is not an official hashtag (DVK is opposed to it, but it stays). Noah plays the “let’s go to the letters” song like 10 times, and the guys go into the audience to find random people to become pen pals. They find two consultants who are not fans of the show. The first letter talks about a ghost being in the people’s house, and it leads Rory to talk about the giraffe that was in their house that had a weird spirit that watched their daughter (“Millennials & Falling for a Friend” 11/7/2018). Rory talks about burning sage in their house, and DVK talks about potpurri, but pronounces is “POT-purri.” Rory plugs the weed company that they met just before the fest in between the letters. DVK gets very passionate about the 2nd letter, encouraging the person to never give up on what they feel like they meant to do. They find someone in the audience who has failed the bar multiple times. Rory makes some references to basketball, and imagines that Stef Curry is there agreeing with him “yeah, sometimes it’s tough.” Rory then makes a Friday Night Lights reference at the end “clear eyes, full hearts, can’t lose,” but says that it’s from Stand By Me to annoy DVK.