A Wildcard Enters “The Masked Singer” Season 11 on TV Theme Night — and Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt Stop By

Group C's Clock, Lizard and Poodle Moth also returned to the stage on Wednesday's episode

<p>Michael Becker / FOX</p> Clock and Lizard on

Michael Becker / FOX

Clock and Lizard on 'The Masked Singer' season 11

Warning: This article contains spoilers for season 11 of The Masked Singer.

The Masked Singer got meta with TV Theme Night on Wednesday.

Judges Ken JeongJenny McCarthy, Rita Ora and Robin Thicke kicked off the episode by covering the Gilligan’s Island theme song in character.

From there, Group C dove into sharing their favorite TV show theme songs, beginning with Clock.

“In my life, I’ve had my fair share of ups and downs, just like any good TV series,” Clock said in her clue package. “I’ve laughed and I’ve cried.”

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The Mississippi River Trail and a motor also popped up in the package.

“Even though my marriages didn’t work out, something great came from those relationships, my beautiful children,” Clock continued.

Clock covered the Good Times theme song and then Jill Whelan from The Love Boat brought out an additional clue for the time teller: a cruise ship.

<p>Michael Becker / FOX</p> 'The Masked Singer' season 11's Clock

Michael Becker / FOX

'The Masked Singer' season 11's Clock

“Love and boat, two things that combine to make a hit, something I know firsthand,” Clock explained.

Debbie Allen, Janet Jackson and Stephanie Mills arose as guesses for Clock.

Poodle Moth fluttered to the stage next.

“In my life, I was raised to know one thing: sometimes the ones you love most leave without so much as a letter,” Poodle Moth said in her clue package. “My dad left a hole in my heart that I never have filled. I’d send him letters that are always returned to sender.”

<p>Michael Becker / FOX</p> Poodle Moth on 'The Masked Singer' season 11

Michael Becker / FOX

Poodle Moth on 'The Masked Singer' season 11

A cat postcard, the drama and tragedy masks and fireflies appeared in the clue package, too.

“I’ve learned to use my talents to help other kids who are looking for their answers just like I was,” Poodle Moth concluded.

The dog-insect hybrid belted the theme song from The Hills, Natasha Bedingfield’s “Unwritten.” Accordingly, The Hills alums Heidi Montag and Spencer Pratt introduced Poodle Moth’s extra clue: the Gilmore Girls theme song.

“I have a very special connection to Gilmore Girls that hits very close to home,” Poodle Moth said.

The judges thought Poodle Moth might be Connie Britton or Gilmore Girls stars Lauren Graham or Melissa McCarthy.

Afterward, Lizard slithered his way to the stage.

“As a little Lizard, I loved cartoons so much that I spent all my days drawing them,” Lizard explained in his clue package which also included cowboy boots and a doll of Lizard. “I got so good, I was offered a dream job at a huge animation studio. Yeah, The Mouse was chasing this lizard pretty hard.”

<p>Michael Becker / FOX</p> Lizard on 'The Masked Singer' season 11

Michael Becker / FOX

Lizard on 'The Masked Singer' season 11

Lizard explained that he ultimately turned down the job in favor of being a performer and “my dad was shook.” Eventually, Lizard became “one of the most recognizable reptiles on the planet,” he claimed.

Lizard put his spin on “Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?” from Scooby-Doo, Where Are You?

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“It’s the smoothest I have ever, ever heard,” Ora, 33, said. “I have never heard Scooby-Doo that swaggy.”

A real dog came out for Lizard’s additional clue. “A dog actually helped me reach an even bigger audience,” Lizard shared.

Michael Bivens, Ray J and Sisqó arose as possibilities for Lizard.

<p>Michael Becker / FOX</p> 'The Masked Singer' judges (from left) Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Rita Ora and Ken Jeong

Michael Becker / FOX

'The Masked Singer' judges (from left) Robin Thicke, Jenny McCarthy, Rita Ora and Ken Jeong

Wildcard contestant Sir Lion took a stab at entering the competition.

“I come from a well-known pride, but never took it for granted,” Sir Lion said in his clue package. “I jumped through hoops to become a ringleader in Hollywood, rubbing elbows with everyone from Tom Cruise to Tom Hanks. But in show business, the higher you climb, the harder you fall.”

The clue package displayed an anchor, an air balloon with Jerry Seinfeld and 30 Rockefeller Plaza as well. “I’ve landed on my feet no matter what this town throws my way,” Sir Lion resolved.

Lizard tackled Married… with Children's theme song, “Love and Marriage.”

Season 3’s T-Rex gave Sir Lion a bone that read “co-star” for his extra clue. “I wasn’t in the cartoon, but I’ve costarred on a different show with Betty Rubble,” Sir Lion said.

The panel suspected Andy Cohen, Anderson Cooper and Ryan Seacrest might be under the Sir Lion outfit.

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Host Nick Cannon asked the judges and studio audience to vote on their favorite performance of the night and the two competitors at the bottom would face off in the Smackdown. Cannon, 43, announced that it would be Lizard and Sir Lion going head to head.

Lizard and Sir Lion each offered up a rendition of The Masked Singer’s theme song, “Who Are You?” by The Who.

The judges ultimately chose Lizard to move forward in the competition, leaving Sir Lion to unmask. When Sir Lion popped out from under the furry man, TV host Billy Bush appeared.

McCarthy, 51, gasped, “I had no idea you sing like this!”

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