Pepe Le Pew in "Space Jam."
Two more witnesses identified the alleged victim and R. Kelly as being on the tape at the center of the case this morning.
Raven Gengler, a school friend who played basketball with the alleged victim, and Tjada Burnett, a friend of the alleged victim's family, became the ninth and tenth prosecution witnesses to make those claims.
Burnett described the alleged victim's haircut in the tape as a "bob." Other witnesses have described it as a mullet.
But perhaps the most memorable moment this morning came when prosecutors showed the jury photos from inside Kelly's former home, providing us with an MTV Cribs-style look at the star's tastes in home decor.
The photos, taken by State's Attorney's investigator Alexandra Guerrero, showed a mural next to a basketball court at the home.
Based on the movie, "Space Jam," the mural shows Kelly playing one-on-one hoops with the Tazmanian Devil, while Michael Jordan referees. Kelly, wearing shades and a number 13 jersey, is shown wrestling Taz for the ball.
A scoreboard shows Kelly is leading 95 - 93 with one second to go while Looney Tunes characters -- including Yosemite Sam, Elmer Fudd, and Bugs Bunny -- cheer him on. Foghorn Leghorn is holding a sign reading "Go R. Kelly!" while another character supports Taz.
Pepe Le Pew can be seen in profile romancing a busty woman in the background.
At one point while the photos were being shown to the jury on a large screen, defense attorney Ed Genson corrected Guerrero's description of the characters in the mural as Disney characters.
"There's Porky Pig!," he said.
Judge Gaughan urged prosecutor Robert Heilingoetter to move on.
Kelly's best-known hit, "I Believe I Can Fly," was on the soundtrack to "Space Jam" and he is known as a keen basketball fan.