named Baltimore the best music scene in the country in 2008, pretending that bands like Beach House, Wye Oak, and Dan Deacon don't exist. But, have no fear because Holmes promises that "We're going to give this place an identity. We're putting Baltimore on the map." He is stupider than a caveman and a gecko combined. What could possibly be behind such idiocy? We suspect that no real Baltimore band was willing to shill for GEICO, so the whole segment was an attempt to justify picking a D.C. band willing to sell out to some awful insurance commercial to represent Baltimore. "Shark Week is a punk band. They're kind of splitting their time between Baltimore and D.C." says Holmes, which means, apparently, that one of their members lives in Baltimore. "Ladies and gentlemen, put your hands together for Baltimore's own Shark Week . . . presented by Geico," Holmes says to a nearly empty 8x10, which the crew tried to make look more crowded by giving everyone glow sticks as if it were a '90s rave. Finally, when the roughly 5-minute video ends (it feels like it lasts 5 hours), Holmes fesses up: "Shark Week: Baltimore, D.C., wherever they are from, they are keeping that place weird . . . And I like it." We're glad somebody does.