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#1 Posted on 26.5.04 1317.12
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By request...yeah!

I don't have time right now to do my usual recap, so I'll just say (right now) I though Fantasia's two good performances were better than Diana's two good performances, but that I also (sort of) hope that Diana wins as by the end of the night I was SO tired of the judges (especially Simon) making such love to Fantasia and basically throwing Diana under the bus like she was Camile or JPL, starting with Diana's first song that was quite good, only to have Simon's inana blithering about how young she is. Dude, we KNOW how young she is! I was more uncomfortable about her singing about finding the "perfect lover" and Seacrest's groping going into the breaks than I was about her singing a song that she was TOLD to sing.

Anyway, I read all twelve finalists are performing tonight, so THAT should be good and probably more worthy of a recap. I mean, they sang the SAME SONGS as from earlier episodes! L-A-Z-Y!
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#2 Posted on 26.5.04 1416.59
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I didn't watch for two reasons - first it was on at the same time as Game 1 of the Stanley Cup Finals and second, I can't stand either of the finalists. Everything I have read has said that Fantasia was better but I do know that the guy in the cubicle across from mine voted for Diana 25 times because he & his wife can't stand Fantasia.

Should be an interesting show tonight.
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#3 Posted on 26.5.04 1651.25
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I'm almost ashamed to admit that I voted for an hour straight on three phone lines for Diana. Almost.
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#4 Posted on 26.5.04 1728.36
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    Originally posted by Whitebacon
    I'm almost ashamed to admit that I voted for an hour straight on three phone lines for Diana. Almost.


Your rating has just dropped from a 10, my friend. :)
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#5 Posted on 26.5.04 1938.49
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    Originally posted by Bullitt
    Your rating has just dropped from a 10, my friend. :)


It was more a vote against Fantasia than it was a vote for Diana.
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#6 Posted on 26.5.04 1954.59
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It's more the fact that you spent any time whatsoever voting for American Idol that got me... :)
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#7 Posted on 27.5.04 0636.07
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Can we please for the love of god cancel the show now...

I still find it funny that millions of people are competiting for the right to have their 15 minutes. And so far, the most succesful contestant was the guy who didn't win(Clay Aiken).
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#8 Posted on 27.5.04 0858.36
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    Originally posted by Grimis
    Can we please for the love of god cancel the show now...
I'll cancel YOU

Here now are the other networks' offerings for the two hour period in question:

NBC: Law & Order, followed by Law & Order
CBS: The ACM (country music) awards
ABC: My Wife and Kids, followed by The Bachelor
UPN: Star Trek: Enterprise, followed by the Eddie Guerrero special
The WB: Ace Ventura: Pet Detective
PAX: America's Funniest Home Videos (2) followed by Early Edition

I guess the "AI" final would drop somewhere in the middle of that if those were my only choices. OR, heaven forbid, I could turn off the television! Mercy!


    I still find it funny that millions of people are competiting for the right to have their 15 minutes. And so far, the most succesful contestant was the guy who didn't win(Clay Aiken).
I think it's been well established that it's all RACISM
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#9 Posted on 27.5.04 0900.16
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    Originally posted by Grimis
    Can we please for the love of god cancel the show now...

    I still find it funny that millions of people are competiting for the right to have their 15 minutes. And so far, the most succesful contestant was the guy who didn't win(Clay Aiken).


Sorry Grimis - AI is a ca$h cow for FOX - they would sooner cancel "The Simpson's" than AI
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#10 Posted on 27.5.04 0903.34
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    Originally posted by dunkndollaz
    Sorry Grimis - AI is a ca$h cow for FOX - they would sooner cancel "The Simpson's" than AI
I know and I can't begrudge them that. Of course, if you think about what's the real harm in inflicting another crappy musical artist on the scene for a few minutes.

What's really sad is that 64 million votes were cast via phone alone for the final vote. Sad when you think only about 102 million votes were cast in the 2000 Presidential Election.
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#11 Posted on 27.5.04 0907.04
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    Originally posted by Grimis
    What's really sad is that 64 million votes were cast via phone alone for the final vote. Sad when you think only about 102 million votes were cast in the 2000 Presidential Election.
The Tuesday episode of AI had roughly 15 million viewers (if I extrapolate correctly from zap2it.com's reported 14.5 rating) so I wouldn't bemoan the state of our electorate based on THOSE numbers. Most of us still don't vote more than once in November.
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#12 Posted on 27.5.04 0920.29
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    Originally posted by Grimis
    Can we please for the love of god cancel the show now.


Grimis, you are such an angry, angry man. Just don't watch it already or read a thread entitled "American Idol 5/25."


And where's my JayJayDean in-depth analysis?
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#13 Posted on 27.5.04 0944.25
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Isn't 102 million votes a really high voter turnout? It may be less than 50% of the population, but I always thought that the voter turnout was less than 100 million.

EDIT: When I would catch AI before watching 24 (wouldn't watch it any other way), I thought it was always clear that Fantasia would win. She's the female Chris Tucker and really stood out from the other kids.

(edited by SKLOKAZOID on 27.5.04 0745)
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#14 Posted on 27.5.04 1022.05
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I watched next to none of this show, but in catching the highlights on the Today Show this morning my first thought was, man that chicks ugly.

The second was boy is her singing voice annoying. That's the best they could come up with??? Jesus.
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#15 Posted on 27.5.04 1145.27
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    Originally posted by SKLOKAZOID
    Isn't 102 million votes a really high voter turnout? It may be less than 50% of the population, but I always thought that the voter turnout was less than 100 million.

    EDIT: When I would catch AI before watching 24 (wouldn't watch it any other way), I thought it was always clear that Fantasia would win. She's the female Chris Tucker and really stood out from the other kids.

    (edited by SKLOKAZOID on 27.5.04 0745)


You missed something. 102 million votes does not = 102 million people voting 1 time. For all we know it may be 102 people voting a million times.
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#16 Posted on 27.5.04 1147.43
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    Originally posted by pieman
    And where's my JayJayDean in-depth analysis?


Drumroll, please!

OK, so Mrs. JJD had this "crusty, oozing pus eye-thing" that required a trip to El Doctor yesterday morning. Probably only slightly less painful and annoying than a Camile Velasco performance on "Idol". Anyway, that little side trip resulted in me having to actually WORK when I got to work yesterday, instead of doing the recap. However, to make sure pieman's day is complete...

...it's time for the finale of" American Idol" III! They're at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles, which is a pretty cool little venue. Fantasia won the toss last week and elected to go second, no doubt to wrap up the show with a bang. Both girls seem a bit taken aback by the size and enthusiam of the crowd, I'd say.

Diana DeGarmo leads off with a performance of the ,*groan*, Tamyra Gray-written tune "I Believe". This should be interesting because Fantasia will be singing it as well, and it's a song no one has heard before. Diana does a very nice job with it. (Really, it's tough to imagine quirky Fantasia sounding better.) The judges note that Diana has really started off solidly with her performance, except Simon reverts back to bashing Diana's age as though she could control the fact that she's 16, and saying how he can't believe her when she's singing the lyrics, starting a theme of making sure we remember that Fantasia is supposed to win because little Diana is too young. Blah.

Fantasia is up next singing "All My Life". Actually, she kind of interprets the song while the backup singers actually do the singing. Is Diana going to get to do that with one of her songs tonight? WTF? Surprisingly, the judges do NOT like this performance, giving Diana the early edge (as though it matters). That was just kind of weird all around, very surprising considering how superior Fantasia was last week.

Diana comes back with another performance of "No More Tears", which she performed on Disco Night. (Did Fantasia sing that other song before? Maybe I missed that week.) Now, THIS song has a line where I say "Geez, is that appropriate considering she's 16?" ("I always dreamed I'd find the perfect lover" is the line, I think.) This doesn't strike me as being quite as good as her Disco Night performance, but it's still pretty darn good. Randy notes that she's "come to win" and "singing her face off". Even Simon gives Diana props, but in such an understated way as to not give her too much credit, it seems.

Fantasia reprises her performance of "Summertime" from Movie Night, which, if they are picking songs they already performed, was her ace in the hole (though I'd didn't "get" it last time, and didn't really tonight, either). The judeges get all hyperbolic on us, with Simon noting that Fantasia is the best competitor they've EVER had on ANY "Idol", worldwide. Good LORD let's just lay it on a LITTLE thick, there. I hope Diana wins just to shove it up your ass. The best EVER? She's had some BAD weeks, man. Remember "That Thing Called Love"?

Diana's last chance to impress America is a second performance of "Don't Cry Out Loud", which she sang last week to rave reviews, and WHOA! Does she go all Jasmine for a minute there, or what? She started out too low, the got back in the middle and absolutely derailed for a few noted there before the last chorus. That does not bode well for her chances for the upset, and for once the judges are 100% in the right to lay some criticism on Diana. To her credit, she takes it in stride, even though she may have blown any chance to win there.

Fantasia's final performance of the evening is to sing "I Believe", and I have to say she was quite good. I don't know if hers was better than Diana's performance, but it was excellent in her different way. I think the judges overpraise the performance AGAIN, but I never bought into the whole Fanastia-thing much myself. She's really grown on me the last three weeks.

Hey, Paul Anka is going to wrap up the show with "My Way", or rather a bastard-American Idol-ized version of the song. Actually, it's pretty clever (rhyming "Fantasia" with "euthanasia" is the highlight) and am I wrong or did LaToya London's picture not get the biggest pop from the crowd?

I have to believe Fantasia clinched the Idol crown with her last performance and the judges blow jobs, but I doubt there were many people who actually based their votes on the performances tonight. That actually gave the show a very anti-climactic feeling for me, but the results show show be interesting, if only to see how they'll fill two hours.

AND NOW, THE BONUS RESULTS SHOW RECAP...

Hey, we're back at the Kodak Theatre for the results show! Who will be the American Idol? How will they stretch this out to two hours? I thought I heard (maybe from Mrs. JJD) that all of the Idol finalists will be singing tonight. That should be good.

BUT WAIT! This isn't the results show! It's the PRE-show. OK. Ryan's outside with Christina Christian and Jennifer Love Hewitt (plugging the "Garfield" movie). Did Ryan go to the Tux Shop, get a white one and a black one, then mix and match without the ties, because he had a white jacket and black shirt last night and a black jacket and white shirt tonight, like he's EVIL Ryan tonight. Anyway, Christina will be working the red carpet while Jennifer (Ryan droolingly keeps calling her "Love", he should call and order her a pizza, because, DAMN she's SKINNY) will be working the outdoor stage where the woebegotten not final two finalists will be performing.

LaToya London is the first to perform outdoors, and for the first time I wonder if everyone who said she was TOO cool wasn't right, because she could've really let her hair down and rocked out but she looked like she was on any other show trying to get through to next week. She's mechanical like Toni Braxton while being SO not as scorchingly hot.

Next, we follow Ryan into Diana's dressing room, where she lets us know she slept "like a brick" last night. Then they go to Kimberly Caldwell (looking lovely) at the Georgia Dome where many Diana supporters have come together to cheer their girl on. The governor is there in a pink suit, seemingly not wanting his job come next election-time.

When we come back, Christina Christian is on the red carpet with Nicole Richie, who sets a record for most incorrect uses of the word "like" in a televised interview. She should've plugged Paris Hilton's porn video, while she was at it.

Next, we go into Fantasia's dressing room for a chat about lip gloss and the massive quanitity she requires. They throw it to Clay Aiken at a PACKED Greensboro Coliseum, which is so loud he can barely conduct his interview. He should've held up four fingers, just for the cheap pop. Fantasia's so happy because Toni Braxton sent her a...candle?! I know Toni filed for bankruptcy a couple of years back, but a candle?

After our minute with Fantasia, we go back outside to catch George Huff perform "Me and Mrs. Jones". AWESOME. HE'S having FUN out there. Take a lesson, LaToya. And, to top it off, he's very relaxed and doesn't do the "I'm on TV" thing that got so tired at the end of his run.

When we come back, Ryan is in the dressing room with Paula, her breasts, and Randy in an outfit that is pimped out but at the same time has one to many patterns going on for my taste. They agree that it was the best season but they are glad to be at the end.

Is this where the "Garfield" movie trailer was, with absolutely no mention of Jennifer Love Hewitt? And what the HELL is up with making a CGI Garfield, but making Odie a REAL DOG?! That's just WRONG. Odie never got enough credit for carrying Garfield's fat, lazy ass through some of the lean years.

After the break, Christina Christian interviews Ray Romano on the red carpet. I love Ray, so I'm guessing here that he hasn't shaved or showered in a transparent attempt to get the CBS executives who may be watching with the sound off to not notice him.

We go BACK to the outdoor stage to hear Jasmine Trias perform "Midnight Train to Georgia", which, if I were doing this DEAN-style, would SO go in the "WHAT DIDN'T WORK" column, because (a) she tried to get the crowd to sing along when MAYBE seven people knew the words to the song and (b) it only served to remind us what a farce it was that she made it longer than George and LaToya. Nice job, Fox. She also has to fight here hair blowing around, likely causing Jennifer to snicker since she was smart enough to put hers up.

Finally, we go into Simon Cowell's dressing room, and apparently he took a dare to dress up like Austin Powers. Ryan is incredulous that Simon the Swinger would leave, what, EIGHT buttons undone on his shirt? He then hands out some tight black T-shirts to the crew.

Re-opening credits. The "pre-show" must be over.

Oh for fuck's sakes, do we need Tamyra Gray singing the national anthem?! Really?! Would it upset me if someone shot Tamyra Gray in the head right now? I think not. I am so SICK of her, and I didn't even watch the first season of this show. DIE TA-MY-RA! *clap clap clapclapclap*

Ryan takes the stage inside the Kodak and tells America that they received over 65 million votes, failing to single out Whitebacon's (apparently not) singular attempt to swing the vote for Diana. So it's not really about who the best singer is but about who has the most enthusiatic vote-stuffing fans? Good. Will any of them buy even TWO copies of Fantasia's first CD to artificially inflate her sales numbers as well?

The first indoor musical number is Diana and Fantasia singing "Dream the Impossible Dream". But WAIT...there's Kelly Clarkson, looking yummy in a sequined-silver bra/black jacket combo. And THERE'S Ruben, as sweaty as ever, looking like he ate Ricky Smith on the road. Even JAMES EARL, BY GAWD MEAN GENE, JONES has dropped a ton of weight, Ruben. You might want to check into that. Everyone sounds good and is having a great time, and Seacrest gets to give Ruben the ceremonial first towel, so it's all good.

After some filler, we get Kelly Clarkson, in a BAD dress, sitting on a piano performing (I presume) her newest single. It's a slow dreary love song. Way to kill the party mood, girl!

(An aside here. I've seen that "Sex on the City" is going to be on TBS. Is each episode going to be eleven minutes long? Are they going to censor with beeps or are the girls going to go in an reshoot the audio to remove the curse words so we get to hear gems like "Shut the flake up"? Will we see Samantha for only twenty seconds an episode? I'm filled with questions.)

(Yeah, I watched season three with Mrs. JJD. It was on before "Alias". Shoot me.)

After yet more filler, we get all twelve finalists on stage for the big group medley. So fun moments at the beginning have the judges (and Paula's breasts) cracking up, which in turn has me cracking up, but this drags on, and on, and ZZZZZZZZZZ on. Good to see Matt Rogers has come out of his shell, though. And Camile still can't sing.

THEN WE WITNESS THE SINGLE GREATEST MOMENT IN AMERICAN IDOL HISTORY, as behind the scenes we see a keyboard player and Barry Manilow. Off-screen a make-up artist is instructed to powder Barry's nose, and she proceeds to attend to the KEYBOARD PLAYER, which Barry rightly assesses as "TOO FUCKING DEPRESSING" (bleeped, of course). That made sitting through all of the lousy performance worth it. Thank you, Fox.

Now Ruben performs his latest single, called "What If". Is that a picture of himself on his T-shirt? No, it's Luther. That's nice. Can we get to the results yet?

No. First we get performances from Diana (singing "I Believe", again) and Fantasia (singing "Dreams"). Both performances are excellent, and there's not doubt both of these girls should have some decent success, assuming the loser gets picked up and makes a pop-ish album and not such a nichy album like Ruben's.

NOW it's time for the results, but WAIT! One last duet with Fantasia and Diana singing "I Knwe You Were Waiting". This was fantastic, and it would be cool if one of their CDs had a duet on it. Diana and Fantasia seem to genuinely like each other and they have good musical chemistry, with their voices complimenting each other.

FINALLY, after 87 hours of build-up we have the results, and the winner is...FANTASIA BARRINO. Diana seems to have accepted that it was coming and shows lots of class as Fantasia takes in her victory. An awkward moment as Ryan invites Fantasia's family up on stage, only to have security tell the they can't go on. Weird. Fantasia accepts the love of the crowd and collects herself to bust out a super-fine performance of "I Believe". At the end of the song all of the finalists come out for a group hug, leading to ANOTHER akward moment where Diana's about ten seconds behind everyone, so there are ten finalists hugging Fantasia while Diana looks on.

In the end, as much as I didn't like Fantasia at the beginning, this was the ONLY proper way for this show to end, like how the babyface should ALWAYS win at WrestleMania to create that "moment". They did a great job of creating the "moment" here and it was worthwhile to see Fantasia's elation at being chosend the "American Idol".

I'm glad it's over, though. I can finally do something on Tuesday and Wednesday nights.










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#17 Posted on 27.5.04 1202.44
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    (An aside here. I've seen that "Sex on the City" is going to be on TBS. Is each episode going to be eleven minutes long? Are they going to censor with beeps or are the girls going to go in an reshoot the audio to remove the curse words so we get to hear gems like "Shut the flake up"? Will we see Samantha for only twenty seconds an episode? I'm filled with questions.)


That line is SUCH a Bill Simmons-type line that I had to double check and make sure I hadn't switched to Page 2 by mistake.

I've seen literally ten minutes of this show at a batting cage, but ever since you started doing the recaps, I've read every one-and almost wished I had tuned in. Almost. Fantastic job.
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#18 Posted on 27.5.04 1214.39
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Damn fine job, JJD. My day is now complete.

Some observations which,for the most part, mirror yours.

* I'm not quite so far off the deep end as you about Tamyra Gray, but she is everywhere. Enough already.

* Right from the beginning my wife said "Hey, I don't think those are really Paula's naturally."

* Jasmine was foiled by female background singers on "Midnight Train." You MUST have male Pips doing backup. MUST.

* Ruben is gaining weight at an alarming rate. Simon has been quoted as saying that he is a tragedy waiting to happen if he doesn't drop some tonnage.

*Was Christina Christian the absolute worst interviewer ever?

*The makeup artist then had to go get a different shade of makeup since Barry is a little more Caucasian than the African-American keyboardist. That was the topper.

* Whitebacon still sucks for voting that many times for Diana.



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#19 Posted on 27.5.04 1253.24
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Thanks for the recap, Sports Guy.
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#20 Posted on 27.5.04 1311.34
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Awesome job on the recaps JJD - far better than those at realitynewsonline. I look forward to your return for American Idol 4 in January......

While the Barry Manilow Blooper was classic, the best part of the show for me was the ad for Season 2 of Nip/Tuck coming in June.

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