Another elusive triple-entendre.
Reference to the movie Anchorman in which Will Ferrell plays a TV Anchor
Proto holds the track down as an anchor does with a ship.
“Anchor” is a prestigious position in relay races. The “Anchor” is usually the fastest person, and the most likely to save the race. In this light, the word “track” also takes on a new meaning.
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A reference to Discovery Channel reality show The Deadlist Catch, which portrays the hardships in the life of crab-fishermen at sea.
(Check out this very similar explanation on the first track of Webster’s Laboratory)
Webby’s still got his predator instincts, while the competition looks more like this…
Geology is the study of the earth’s physical structure and substance (yes, that includes rocks).
Bacardi 151 is an over-proof Rum, meaning that it has very high alcohol concentration
On the other hand, O'doul’s is a non-alcoholic beer. Webby’s raps are about 70 times as concentrated as his competition.
Pro Tools is an audio recording, mixing, and producing program by Avid.
Last I checked, he was sticking his dick in instrumentals. Now he’s eating them?
Probably from those Zigzags he was smoking earlier
A possible reference to Enoch Lewis “Nucky” Johnson, New Jersey racketeer, and “boss” of the Republican Political Machine.
Webby actually has a whole song about Nucky (Nucky Thompson is the fictionalized version of Enoch L. Johnson).