'Masked Singer' Recap: Find Out Who Gets Unmasked on 'TV Theme Night'

In the new episode of the hit FOX series, Group C contestants Poodle Moth, Clock and Lizard return to the stage with a wildcard singer joining them later the night.

AceShowbiz - "The Masked Singer" celebrated the best TV shows on "TV Theme Night" in the Wednesday, March 27 episode. Group C contestants Poodle Moth, Clock and Lizard returned to the stage with a wildcard singer joining later the night.

Kicking off the night was Clock, who shared in her clue package, "Just like any good TV series, I've laughed and I've cried. And thank goodness, I've always been renewed. But I think it's my positive outlook that's carried me season to season. When I was broke I appreciated the free things in life. And even though my marriages didn't work out, something great came from those relationships - my beautiful children." As for the visual clues, it included a news headline that read, "Clock Renewed! It's Always Her Time to Shine," a map of the Mississippi River Trail, a motor and a photo of Clock with her two children.

Clock opted to sing "Good Times" from the TV show "Good Times". The additional clue was Jill Whelan from "The Love Boat". Panelists Robin Thicke guessed Stephanie Mills, Jenny McCarthy named Debbie Allen, while Ken Jeong thought Clock could be Janet Jackson.

Up next was Poodle Moth. "In my life I was raised to know one thing - sometimes the ones you love leave, without so much as a letter. My dad left a hole in my heart that I never have filled," she said in her clue package. "I'm writing my own story and tonight I've chosen a TV theme song that reminds me of the beauty of what's still to come - because there's still so much unwritten." Visual clues, meanwhile, featured cats on an envelope and stamp, theater masks and fireflies.

For her performance, Poodle Moth sang "Unwritten", the theme song from "The Hills". "The Hills" stars Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt made a surprise appearance to bring out an additional clue, introducing a choir singing "Where You Lead" from "Gilmore Girls". The guesses included Melissa McCarthy, Lauren Graham and Connie Britton.

Following it up was Lizard, who said in his clue package, "I got so good I was offered a dream job at a huge animation studio. Yeah, the mouse was chasing this lizard pretty hard. It was a great opportunity and my dad begged me to take it, but deep down I knew I wanted to be a performer. So I put down my pencil and took the riskier road to stardom and my dad was shook." Lizard looking at a wall of clocks, a photo of a lizard with a mustache, a lizard doll and cowboy boots were included in the visual clues.

Lizard sang "Scooby-Doo, Where are You?", showing off his soulful tone and smooth moves. A real canine showed up as an additional clue with Lizard saying, "A dog actually helped me reach an even bigger audience." Ken guessed Michael Bivins, Jenny mentioned Ray J, while Rita Ora and Robin thought Lizard was Sisqo.

The next performance was the season's first wildcard, Sir Lion. "Like the king of the jungle, I come from a well-known pride, but never took it for granted. I jumped through hoops to become a ringleader in Hollywood, rubbing elbows with everyone from Tom Cruise to Tom Hanks, but in show business, the higher you climb, the harder you fall. Luckily, lions are fierce and I've landed on my feet no matter what this town throws my way," he said for his clue package. As for the visual clues, it included a radio, ticket stubs, an anchor, a photo of Jerry Seinfeld on a hot air balloon, a photo of Rockefeller Plaza and a cannon.

He chose to sing "Love and Marriage", the theme song to "Married…With Children". A dinosaur from "The Flintstones" brought out a bone that said "Co-Star" for an additional clue. Robin went with Anderson Cooper for the guess, Ken thought he could be Ryan Seacrest, while Rita mentioned Andy Cohen.

Following the audience voting, Lizard and Sir Lion were sent to Smackdown as they got the least amount of votes. The two put their own spin on "Who Are You", the theme song from "The Masked Singer". Host Nick Cannon eventually announced Lizard as the winner.

That meant Sir Lion was eliminated. Before he got unmasked, the panelists shared their final guesses. Robin still believed he was Anderson Cooper and Ken continued going with Ryan Seacrest. Rita also didn't change her guess, Andy Cohen, while Jenny thought Sir Lion was Seth Meyers. None of them was correct because Sir Lion was radio and TV entertainment host Billy Bush.

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