Twisted Metal: Sisqo, and yeah, that was a game code plus more from episode 2“3RNCRCS”

The second episode of Twisted Metal picks up right where the first one left us, with John Doe and Quiet trying to avoid the our franchise character, the horrifying killer clown, Sweet Tooth (who turned out to not be that bad of guy) as they tried to speed through his Las Vegas turf on their way to New Chicago to retrieve Raven’s package.

Well, the car gets a flat and the duo has to hide from Sweet Tooth in a casino and it’s not long before he catches up to both of them, and we’re introduced (or if you’re lucky enough reintroduced) to The “Thong Song” by Sisqo. Sweet Tooth forces them to sit through his one man show, which is based on a hotel visitor TV channel. Quiet’s honesty gets the duo on Sweet Tooth’s good graces as they become the first guests to leave his show alive.

Sadly, the good times don’t last long as the two run into Stone’s fake cops at a checkpoint. Quiet recognizes one of the guards that tortured her and her dead brother in the first episode and tries to take a shot at him, getting herself and John captured as the show comes to an end.

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Some notes..

Oh, you know we’re starting with The Thong Song, a classic, guilty pleasure, summer jam that despite its lyrics, is still celebrated decades later. Twisted Metal becomes another show to bring on the track after another memorable outing on “Legends of Tomorrow”. Look it up. You’ll be glad you did.

And yes, John Doe enters a video cheat code into Evelyn during the Sweet Tooth chase. It was possibly the code for invincibility which explains a lot.

“You never get a second chance to make a first impression” was a Head and Shoulders marketing phrase and yeah, Quiet, “you need to take care of those split ends, girl”

While “Thong Song” will get the glory, recognize “Shimmy Shimmy” by the Ol’ Dirty Bastard, which was playing during the cannibal scene.

Doe and Quiet are also served White Tigers, a major part of the famous Siegfried and Roy Vegas act.

The license plate clue? Three Ring Circus.

What did I miss? Let me know in the comments.


ALSO all of the references in Episode 1 HERE.

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