An audio clip written and produced by Mr Brown and Mr Miyagi surrounding the James Gomez saga has resulted in a discussion on whether such parody's detract from main election issues. The clip had the bak chor mee (minced meat noodle) hawker repeatedly demand an explanation from a customer who had given a wrong order - and was proved to have done so by footage from a closed-circuit television camera. The incident mirrors real life where James Gomez (a Workers Party candidate) was questioned by the ruling PAP as to whether he had indeed submitted his minority candidacy papers after he suggested that the Elections Commission had lost them.
Mr Brown and Mr Miyagi said that the production " was meant to entertain", and they did not mean to set any political agenda. They also added that such parodies could increase Singaporeans interest in politics, instead of consigning them to being politically apathetic. They did however express concern over the popularity of their sketch (that was heard by over 100,000 people) as it could raise their fans expectations of future creations, and also brought what he called "unnecessary attention."