Salt Lake City, home of David Archuleta and the clean-cut enemies of equal rights. And, I'm sure, a ton of super-nice folks. The crowds are full of that eerie Utah sameness; the music over the crowd montage is "Shiny Happy People," a song that has always made me very sad for reasons I don't really understand, just like "What A Wonderful World." Randy's in a cool black-on-grey Superman t-shirt, still pretending to wonder where they are like he does every time; Paula's excited because this is where the dancers and singers came from for the High School Musicals. I certainly don't know if she's right, I doubt she does either, but what a wonderful world it is, if that's true. ["I'm not sure if she's right, but they sure did film the movie there... so she's at least got some partial correct information for a change." -- Angel]
An Osmond is up first. You can tell by the teeth and the fact that there are seven billion of them. There's archival footage of them being creepy for the last forty years, but you know what? What's important is that they are creepy as a family. The Osmond In Question talks about how his dad has MS, and then the dad cries about something. Oh, the Osmond In Question also has MS, and has been in wheelchairs on and off forever.
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