James Corden enlisted the aid of the new "Queer Eye" Fab 5 to make over his band's shaggy-looking guitarist Tim Young on Wednesday night.
It took all five men working their magic to transform him from homeless chic to simply chic. But Corden didn't just want to let Bobby Berk, Tan France, Antoni Porowski, Karamo Brown and Jonathan Van Ness have all the fun. He was ready to turn the Fab 5 into a "Sexalicious 6."
"What if I did like science experiments in school," he suggested. "I could build him a volcano."
Antoni countered by wondering, "How would that help him with his life, though?"
"I don't know, how would making guacamole help him with his life?" James snapped back at the food and wine expert.
Then it was time to take Tim quickly through the paces, which included a makeover of his outdoors meditation area at the studio -- which looked like someplace you might stumble into on "The Walking Dead."
"What about a nice mural of me?" James asked design expert Bobby, pointing to the largest wall overlooking the whole area.
Next, Tan asked Tim, "When you get dressed in the morning, what are you going for?"
"I'm trying to look like James Bond." Tan asked if he meant Bond on his day off, while James wondered of 007 was "going through a sort of mental breakdown."
After Antoni showed them how to make a quick and very sweet snack with bananas (and chided James for dipping the whole fruit into the peanut butter jar), it was off for some exercise with Karmo. Only James quicky got a phone call no one could hear but him, sidelining him.
The climax of the makeover came with Jonathan, who was going to tame that wild man. "Right now, he looks like a hipster version of Donald Trump's doctor," James said, throwing up the images side by side. He then asked, "What do we think pubes-wise?" and to his credit, Jonathan had a suggestion. It was truly horrific, but he at least had something.
Finally, it was time for the big reveal, and while Tim looked great, James was more excited to show him an addition he made to his outdoor space: a not-so-little shrine to his boss, James Corden.
The new season of "Queer Eye" is currently streaming on Netflix.