This was such a lazy tribute to him. Why do one at all, if this is the approach? And the laziness was ironic, in that it was in tribute to someone who sweated every detail, making sure things were perfect, even when it wasn't actually his project (if you've ever read the essay about his appearance on New Girl that was published soon after his passing). When I saw how the "performance" sequences were going to go, I stopped watching them. I just closed my eyes and listened to him. It made it a much better episode.