But I had some brief parts worked out that, done a few weeks prior and fleshed out further, could’ve been a whole story.
[Brian opens the door and there are the Queer Eye for the Straight Guy guys – Kyan, Ted, Carson, Jai, and Thom] All five: He-ey! We’re the Fab Five!
Kyan: So, what you’ve got going on here with the hair is kind of an homage to a fast-food restaurant grease pit?
John: Leave me hair alone, mate. Do need some help with me spots, though.
Thom: So, Pete, what I’ve done here is added a tiled corkboard layer to the front of your bass drum. They’re decorative in pistachio and maroon – very it – yet also functional for keeping reminders and important dates handy! [points to fake ‘Picnic at park!’ note pinned to the front of the drum kit]
Pete: Wow! That’s really nice. I like it a lot.
Thom: Good! Otherwise we’d have to boot you! Just joking!
Ted: I thought what we’d do for the big show is have a nice buffet, let everyone serve themselves, but still have a fun element to it, maybe include some bowls of jellybeans everywhere.
George: I don’t think that’s such a good idea.
Carson: Alright, boys, I’ve picked you out four matching suits from John Bartlett. They’re cut a tight in the crotches to show off your Love-Me-Do’s!
There would’ve also been something about how the term ‘Fab Four’ was actually coined by the Queer Eye guys, and that they were the first ones to apply it to the Beatles. But that, like the rest of it, just didn’t ever get written.