(Hey, there's a damn SURVIVOR thread every week, and I CAN'T be the only Wiener who watches this show...)
Sorry to see Leah go, but it seems my pro-Seattle bias kicked in Tuesday making me think she did better than she actually did. I can't believe Redhead John made it through. I thought the deck was totally stacked against him, and they made it "Soul" night AND had him immediately follow Fantasia, George, and Jennifer. It was like they were trying to figure out how to assure that he'd be gone after week one. I hope Jennifer goes next, but I think her being in the last three will make more people vote for her, like Ruben after he was in the last two last season.
I'd say the line of goodness has Fantasia, LaToya, George, Jennifer, Jasmine, and Diana on the "good" side and the other six (well, five now) underneath them.
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I caught Leah's performance after I got done bowling, and I thought she stunk. She sounded very flat, and I wasn't impressed with the overall performance. It also didn't seem like the greatest choice of song for her either.
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I still wish Lisa Leuschner got a second chance at the wildcard show. Judging from her performance on the original show she performed on (where she lost out to Matt the football player), she did better that night. I also liked Leah earlier on but I agree last night wasn't her best at all.
I'm behind Jasmine, Camille, and Diana as far as personal favorites go. Camille wasn't "on" this past week, but I really hope she finds her groove next time around.
I actually missed out on the results show last night since I was out. Did they announce the theme for next week, if any?
I was watching at the beginning of the show. The first round was great to see all the really good singers and the really bad ones. The second round was interesting, having to write their own songs and perform with others but then in the third round when they were trying to decrease the numbers I got kind of bored. It's probably better now that they're down to the best people but I've pretty much lost interest now.
Although, Ruben being from my hometown could have something to do with because after last year and all the pub he got here was just ridiculous and became very annoying very quickly.
glad to see that jasmine's getting a lot of support because right now she is pretty near to, if not at, the top of the quality list, (and she's from my hometown to boot!) on another note, did anyone else cringe when they had the on stage group singing session? especially the male duets? bleah.
it says so right here in the wcw handbook!
what does it take to get a higher ranking around here? i already know what it takes to get a lower one! :-P
I think this will be one hell of a season...With Tiger being all "p-whipped", it's anybodys season to take. I think Phil takes another major (He LOVES Shinnecock (sp?), site of this year's U.S. Open) before it's all said and done.