This one is pretty much explained completely in the title, and if you haven’t already started to watch I think you’re making a grave mistake. The gist: a man on surveillance tape in the back of a police car preambles for a little while on the need for brotherhood between men, and a few brief protests at the accusations leveled against his sobriety. Then, without warning, he launches into an impassioned 6-minute performance of “Bohemian Rhapsody.” It’s glorious. I will also say that the part when he sings “Let me go!” had me tearing up, because they will not let him go. Art imitating life at its finest.

(Grantland)