GLENN: You don't like country music.
PAT: I don't -- well, I wrote you a song.
PAT: To show why I --
GLENN: You wrote me a song.
PAT: I wrote you a song.
GLENN: Why didn't you play it when he was here?
PAT: I didn't want to show I am up.
JEFFY: Oh, wait.
GLENN: He's here.
AARON: Pat, I have to hear the song. I mean, I get it. They told me that you're actually in the Backstreet Boys fan club.
PAT: I'm more like, you know, the led Zeppelin Boston --
AARON: Oh, those are fine country bands. Those are great country bands.
PAT: I had a hard time resisting asking you if you knew any led Zeppelin.
AARON: Going to make you sweat, going to make you --
GLENN: He does. He does.
AARON: I got it.
GLENN: Now, you wrote this.
PAT: I wrote this country song from scratch.
AARON: Just now?
PAT: Yeah, just now.
GLENN: It's good so far.
PAT: Well, I got in my truck.
Because my wife said I suck. So I drove to the bar.
GLENN: Going to be a train here some place.
PAT: Because I got a flat tire.
STU: Bar and tire. Not really --
PAT: So I got real drunk.
GLENN: Got it.
PAT: Forgot my dog in the trunk.
STU: Why was it in there in the first place?
GLENN: Why was the dog --
PAT: And he died.
Thank you very much. Thank you very much.
Thank you. Thank you.
GLENN: Now, that just came to you?
PAT: Just came to you. Little country song.
STU: Why was the dog in a trunk?
GLENN: Of a truck.
PAT: Because it's always beer. It's always a bar. It's always divorce. It's always --
GLENN: Well, a train.
PAT: And I forgot the train. But the dog --
GLENN: But how was the dog in the trunk of a truck?
PAT: I didn't say it was a perfect country song.