After only a short time in their Hollywood mansion, the Mafia gets a call informing them that they have to move out... and pronto! Their lease has been terminated due to a very large man peeing on the neighbor's house. Yes, while previously...... Read Full Episode Summary »
The guys head to Chinatown for some dim sum, plus Paul shows us the secret recipe for his barbeque sauce.
After only a short time in their Hollywood mansion, the Mafia gets a call informing them that they have to move out... and pronto! Their lease has been terminated due to a very large man peeing on the neighbor's house. Yes, while previously passing out invitations to the gang's listening party, Big Triece took a pit stop on none other than Ms. Jennifer Love Hewitt's Hollywood home!
Once they all settle into their new crib, Juicy J and DJ Paul start brainstorming for talent, as they have just been given their own record label under Warner Bros Music. In the midst of tossing around ideas for country rappers and Chinese girls singing the blues, they get a call from their agent putting the pressure on heavy. Warner Bros. wants new talent, and they want it now. The boys recall Lil Wyte, a young rapper from Memphis that they had been working with. Thinking he has the right stuff to represent, they book him a flight to L.A. to star in a showcase. Although this is good for the Mafia, it means trouble for Computer, who is Lil Wyte's arch nemesis. Before Lil Wyte's arrival, Computer and Big Triece vow to completely ruin the rapper's stay in L.A.
After showing Three 6 what new rhymes he has to offer, they are immediately discouraged. Feeling that Lil Wyte's rhymes are whack, they encourage him to write better hooks and to relate to his audience more. Latching onto Three 6's doubt, Computer starts ragging on Lil Wyte for having such lame rhymes and poor drive. Fed up with Computer's lip, Lil Wyte throws a drink in his face and takes off running. Computer chases him all the way into the recording studio, where Lil Wyte locks himself inside to lay down some solid tracks. After spending almost a day recording, he emerges from the studio with something he is proud to put his name on. He plays the song for Juicy J and DJ Paul, who are impressed by Lil Wyte's new material. Everything is all go for Lil Wyte's talent showcase.
Feeling some jealousy, Big Triece and Computer try to convince Juicy J and DJ Paul to put them in the showcase too. Both Three 6'ers know the two aren't made for rapping, but tell them that they must prove themselves if they want a break. Big Triece and Computer head upstairs to work on some material of their own, but just keep ending up with repetitive two-liners. At Lil Wyte's showcase, Big Triece and Computer sneak on the stage and try to perform before the showcase begins. The audience boo's the two off the stage and Juicy J steps up to introduce Lil Wyte. His performance is dead on and Warner Bros. approve the fresh new rapper.