Are you ready to see a guest who may even make Eric himself questioned what is happening? Cause this episode delivered it.
The opening is as usual. Plate smashing. Government guys in protective gear. Eric puking on the camera. A kung-fu master laughing. A wolf representing spirit and Sprite. You know, the usual. As the monologue begins, Eric wonders how he can get out of this. He falls off a cliff in the abyss of his mind. He wants to escape, but there is no escape. Hannibal explodes, as a German Shepard tells Eric to shut up.
Ranch It Up!: Dude, want more energy pizza? Want to buy Eric’s nuts. Did you know he shot the Pope in the 80’s? Did you also know he has a chip in him that’s usually implanted in dogs? It’s all true, brotendo. Get sponsored for this.
Before the first interview, Eric has an important message to the kids: If you find cocaine in your parents dresser, snort that shit. Snort as much as possible. Or do like Hannibal does, and lace it on your blunt. It’s perfectly safe.
Haley Joel Osment Interview: Haley Joel Osment from “That one M. Night Shyamalan movie that didn’t suck” comes out to talk. Eric has some things for him. One, (on paper) there are no rules (rips it). Two, (another piece of paper), rules are thrown out the window (literally). And three, he breaks the rules (again, literally). A ref hates this rule-breaking, so Eric fights him and wins. They then show the new movie Osment is in, which is just a cow giving birth. Eric also points out how Osment tweeted out how he’s not a Scientologist, and will challenge them guns blazing. He denies this, even though the tweet shows it’s true. It’s then time to play “Forced to Orgasm”. It goes well, until Eric shoots the ref.
Park Ranger: Eric lost the falcon he was taking care of, and it kinda fucked him up. He needs to give a speech on the bird, but is urinating blood, so he needs to have someone else do it. Plus, he was the PR for Subway, and Jared was his idea.
Dennis Rodman Interview: Former Detroit Pistons “Bad Boy” and all-around lunatic, Dennis Rodman comes on, and well, he’s something to behold. He may have gotten his fashion influenced by Toucan Sam, as Hannibal’s … umm, retainer? False teeth? Well, something like it falls from his mouth. As Eric goofs around with African Diaz World talk and roughing the desk up, Rodman says he is burning up, and does wipe his face clean. He even thought that Eric was Tom Cruise, and him quoting Hulk Hogan makes Eric himself confused. He talks of his relation with Kim Jong-Un, but Rodman says that is done with. He did say he was shown Un’s dad and grandpa though, and not any prison camps. Eric jokes about there being a “East Korea”, but Rodman didn’t know there was even a North Korea. Then, Eric asks if Rodman ever kissed a girl as she was asleep. He says he did. In fact, he even kissed a friend of his. At her funeral. Yikes. They end it when dancing and Hannibal losing his teeth again.
I AM THE OCTOPUS!!: I AM THE OCTOPUS!! SOMEONE FEED ME!! DO NOT TOUCH ME, FOR I AM COVERED IN POISON! BILL COSBY IS INNOCENT!! *Starts to scream as restaurant customers are freaked out* ARE YOU LONELY? ARE YOU LONELY? ARE YOU LONELY? ARE YOU LONELY?
To close, David Alan Thicke (David Alan Grier and Alan Thicke together in a big sweater) perform their song “Black Guy and White Guy” and how they both get along, and end it with a very bad piano duet.
So this episode was something. Out of all the interviews I seen on here, the Dennis Rodman interview might be the the first time I seen Eric more confused than the guest. For real, I really think Dennis Rodman may have gotten on something before this interview. Like the stuff Eric said for the kids to find in the dressers. I really should say allegedly, but Rodman wasn’t at all right this time. I know sometimes the guest are into the whole act and go along with Eric’s antics. But this seemed genuine. All I can say is that I hope he was just acting along, but I really don’t know. Other than that, the octopus skit was one of the best skits I seen, especially with the little people involved. I say this was an alright episode with a very strange interview.