While BET's 106th & Park is normally as exciting as watching paint dry, Erykah Badu blessed the stage of the music video countdown show and offered insights into the questions that many of us have had on our minds for years. Regarding Erykah's ability to make her paramours switch up their style game to rock paisley socks, crochet pants, shoulder pads, wigs, and the like, Erykah explains that those men (Andre 3000 and Common, specifically) had their own senses of style and that their solo efforts reflect this fact. Erykah also dared any men in the audience to look her directly in the eyes, lest they be placed under her Badu spell. Comparisons were also shown between the vintage album cover art she used in her "Honey" video and her homages to those covers with herself and friends posing as the original artists. I wonder where the producers of 106th & Park got that idea from? Hmmm...I wonder.