So Brian found a little musical offering of The Silence of the Lambs playing in Koreatown. I was ready to rub some lotion on its skin.

This was going to be fun. But first, dinner. How about a census taker's liver with some fava beans and a nice chianti?

On second thought, how about Korean BBQ!

Now that's a lot of food and this doesn't even include the meat. Frederica Bimmel would have been in Heaven.

Drinks came with our meal. For Brian the waiter suggested Soju Jinro.

A little about Soju Jinro: It is the top selling alcohol brand in the world, with 20% alcolhol content versus traditional beers with roughly 5%. A little about Brian Day: He is what we call a lightweight, a man who gets really funny after his second brew. When "Three-Beer Brian" makes an appearance things generally get crazy. Did you do the math? But more about that later.

Our waiter took care of the grilling.

Brian was a bit overwhelmed by the options.

Apparently I was about to perform my next trick.

Bro-time in K-Town!

Did I mention that Brian did not realize the alcohol content of the Soju? Or that it is a relatively sweet beverage due to its high sugar content, making it easy to drink?

All that said, it should come as no surprise that Brian enjoyed his first Korean BBQ experience.

We still had to catch a musical rendition of a young FBI cadet who must confide in an incarcerated and manipulative killer to receive his help on catching another serial killer who skins his victims (Thanks, IMDB).

Sadly, they did not allow cameras to be used during the performance but here is a little "taste"...

And the rest is silence.

Afterwords, we stopped at Nickel Diner for dessert where Brian ordered the Pop Rocks cupcake in hopes of drowning out the screaming of the lambs.