Plot[ edit ] In the style of a traditional musical, this episode follows a two- act structure  — with the acts separated by a commercial break instead of an intermission. However, in the style of a traditional Scrubs episode, this is preceded by a cold open.
Deloris is overjoyed as she believes her boyfriend is going to introduce her to a record producer on that day her birthdayalthough she soon learns that this is not to be.
She decides to break up with Shank and head out of Philadelphia to go fulfill her dreams on her own. However she gets to Shank just in time to see him and his crew made up of nephew TJ, Bones, and Dinero, shoot someone who they believe has "squealed" about them to the cops.
Horrified, Deloris runs away and Shank orders his men to get her and bring her back. Deloris runs to a police station and tells the desk chief, Eddie, about what happened. The two recognize each other as old friends from school with Deloris calling him "Sweaty Eddie".
Eddie decides that Deloris needs to go into the witness protection program and sends her to the place he believes Shank will never find her - a convent called The Holy Order of the Little Sisters of Our Mother of Perpetual Faith.
Deloris is disappointed by this idea as she learns from the Mother Superior that contact with the outside world is limited, and that she cannot smoke, drink, or wear any of her less than appropriate clothing "Here Within These Walls". Deloris joins the other nuns for dinner and after several comedic interactions with the overly perky Sister Mary Patrick, Deloris discovers how the other nuns got their "calling" from the Lord "How I Got the Calling".
They then ask Deloris to share her story with them and she lies. Meanwhile, back in his nightclub, Shank is frustrated that he cannot find Deloris anywhere.
Back at the convent Deloris is bored by the simple life of the nuns and decides to hit the town. When the three nuns arrive they are shocked to find Sister Mary Clarence Deloris' undercover name drinking and dancing, however they assume that she is attempting to save the lost souls in the bar.
Deloris goes along with this idea and gets the whole bar dancing "Do the Sacred Mass". However, the joyful mood is quickly destroyed when Deloris recognises Shank's boys entering the bar.
She tries to hide herself as they ask people in the bar if they've seen Deloris.
Suddenly there is a fight in the bar which has to be broken up by Eddie and the Mother Superior, who orders the nuns to go back to the convent. She then confronts Deloris telling her that she must conform to the life of the nuns.
Eddie agrees, telling Deloris that Shank has upped the price on her head, so she needs to be careful. Deloris storms back to the convent after being informed that she has to wake up at 5 a. Eddie, now alone with only the drunks and homeless on the street, sings of his desire to be cool, to let go, and impress Deloris "I Could Be That Guy".
The following morning Deloris attends the choir practice and loudly admits that the choir sounds terrible. This prompts the Mother Superior to let Deloris lead the choir.
Deloris does so and teaches the nuns how to sing in key and on time. That Sunday, the choir perform an up-tempo hymn "Take Me to Heaven Reprise " which to the struggling church's surprise brings in more people and more donations.
The Mother Superior, however, is horrified how the simple traditional choir she knew has changed and become modern.Jul 02, · Favorite end of Act One songs: CurtisTaylorJr2. Leading Actor Along Came Bialy/Act One Finale - Producers A Little Priest - Sweeney Todd "Writing should be easy, like a monkey driving a.
We are always adding new performances to this list, so please check back soon for updates! The musical scores for all the Star Wars Episodes were composed by John Williams. The scores of the spin-offs have been written by various different composers. The music for the films are especially distinctive as it has been known to paint musical pictures of such accessibility and precision.
When South Park’s Trey Parker and Matt Stone announced they were writing a musical, few doubted their show would be funny. Still, The act one finale of Les Misérables.
In my personal opinion, the best songs in Broadway or musical theatre is the song that ends Act 1. What is the best one you've seen?
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