(Episode 21.04) - Jeff Davis, Wayne Brady & Colin Mochrie sing about Kelly who died in an India-related accident
Kelly - India
All: Whah-ooh, whah-ooh, ooh ohh...
Wayne: Kelly, I've got a picture of you on my cell-y,
Oh Kelly, I loved you you'd show me your belly,
Oh Kelly, where are you now?
I treat you sacredly just like a cow.
It's not offensive, they like 'em!
Jeff: Kelly, why did you have to leave in such a hurry? (Wayne: Ooh)
We were having so much fun just nibbling on that curry. (Wayne: Dayadadai)
Then one day you had to up and die,
I get it's time for me to say Mumbai.
Wayne & Jeff: Oh oh oh...
Colin: Oh I loved you. My lovely Kelly. (Wayne & Jeff: ba da da dum, ba da da dum... etc)
Right there in the field, right in New Delhi.
A sacred cow hit you, I am so blue,
We're about to make love, now I guess you're not in the moo-d.
Wayne & Jeff: Oh Kelly, (Colin: ba ba ba dum... etc)
Jeff: She's from New Wayne & Jeff: Delhi.
Wayne: Whoah-oh-oh, Wayne & Jeff: Kelly,
Why did you go?
All: Why did you go?! (Wayne: On the Ganges!)
(Episode 21.22) - Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady & Colin Mochrie sing about Veronica who died in an Italian restaurant-related accident
Veronica - Italian Restaurant
Colin: (cheery dancing)
Ryan: Oh doo doo doo.
Wayne: Oh doo doo doo. Oh doo doo doo.
Colin: Da doo da doo doo.
Ryan: Ah hoo. Ah hoo. Ah hoo.
Ryan: Ah hoo.
Wayne: There was this girl, her name was Veronica,
I used to serenade her, playing my harmonica.
We used to make love, right from here to over there.
In fact she used to say it was primavera.
Ryan: Veronica (Wayne: Veronica!) I can't believe you're dead,
I used to whip you up, and throw you above my head.
I used to love you, I was so full of lust,
I'm gonna miss your cheesy crust. (Wayne: Oh-oh-oh)
Colin: Veronica, I used to rub my face in your breasts
Before you went away in your final rests.
I'm really sad, I really gotta say,
Things are so different since you pasta-way.
Wayne: Oh Veronica, that is how I feel,
I'm just layin' here like a bad piece of squidge eel,
Oh, Veronica, she's gone,