The Dead On are a better band than my honest review would give them credit for. The more I listened, the more I realized that this band would one day make their mark, or money, by selling a song to MTV to be used on the credits of a reality show about a small town _______________ moving to the big city of _______________to make it as a __________________. The show’s finale ends as the music begins softly and, in tears forced for the camera, _______________ and his/her ___________________ decide to part ways. The song plays.
–John Mule (Boss Tuneage)