Any number of odd things happened at the opening night of the Republican National Convention on Monday in Cleveland: presumptive GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump's wife, Melania, gave a speech that a lot of people thought was almost identical to one that Michelle Obama gave at the DNC in 2008, Happy Days' Chachi, Scott Baio, was one of the first speakers of the night, following a member of the Duck Dynasty clan and just before former underwear model/soap star/Dancing with the Stars actor Antonio Sabato, Jr.
But those were not even the weirdest things. On a night when the theme was "Make America Safe Again" and speaker after speaker hammered the importance of the rule of law, the house band might have slipped a bit of a Schedule II mickey into the mix with a David Bowie cover. The group, led by former Saturday Night Live band leader G.E. Smith, performed a version of the title track from Bowie's 1976 album Station to Station.