"I've come out here to see my friend -- and I want to talk about basketball."
Upon arriving in North Korea, however, Dennis Rodman came to the disconcerting realization that he could no longer remember what his friend Kim Jong-Un looks like.
"There he is!" Dennis pointed out excitedly, only to find out moments later he had mistaken some other short Asian guy for supreme leader of North Korea, Kim Jong-Un. "Oh, that must be him," he said errantly, once again. "Are you him?" he asked the man carrying his luggage.
Rodman was soon bailed out by a text from BFF Kim Jong-Un, telling him to meet up at the mall, "right by the fro-yo." Rodman who excitedly awaits the opportunity to 'talk basketball' with Kim Jong-Un, is in for more disappointed as the dictator's understanding of the triangle offense and the nuances of a dominant post-up game are not quite as advertised.