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  1. saber5055

    S14.E15: Live Results 2

    I was hoping that was because of me, he read my post about his lack of respect for the show and for viewers by not changing his clothes after sleeping in them for a week, and by not showering. You are welcome. I about did a LOL when the Flaming Knife Throwing husband and wife and the Mind Reading Couple were not in the bottom three. That was the best part of the show for me. Well, that and the Howie billboard. Two high points! Yeay! I wasn't invested in any of the acts so didn't care who went home and who did not. I thought Susan didn't sing very well, but still she's better than I'll ever be. I know she's had tons of make overs and she looked very pretty, which made me wonder what AGT's wardrobe and makeup folks could do for me. It'd be worth trying out for the show just to get that. Anyway, I think it would have been cool for Susan to come out looking like and wearing what she was wearing in her initial BGT audition since she was performing the same song. I imagine she might still be under some Simon contract so has to appear whether she wants to or not, although I understand she appreciates the opportunity to visit the U.S. So, good for her.
  2. saber5055

    S14.E14: Quarter Finals 2

    I can see their B&B getting a lot of bookings after that pre-act publicity it got. It would be a hoot to stay there. So there's the upside. I was wondering if Sex is still auditioning. If so, we will see the failed acts time and time again on AGT. And She Bangs became a cult favorite. So, while we won't remember the season winners, we will keep seeing the failed acts. Now there's something to look forward to, right?
  3. saber5055

    S14.E14: Quarter Finals 2

    I agreed with Julianne that the act fell apart so badly that it was hysterically funny. Even the guy was all "what the heck, let's keep going." It was one of my fav acts of the night. As for Simon buzzing it, dude, YOU are the dumbass that put the act through, so go buzz yourself buddy. *Waving* because I was doing the same thing. There needs to be a third choice on Tuesday nights. They told Julianne her candy was orange. We don't know what it really was. And they never did get a reaction from Gabrielle, they just said hers was bubble gum while she sat and stared at them, unblinking. Howie chowing down all the pastries and fruit was so weird, perhaps the strangest thing of the night. It was all prop food which normally is kept for a year or two backstage. But maybe they brought in fresh so Howie could gross us out. I mean, use a napkin Howie, like I hope your mom taught you. I didn't pay a lot of attention to the singers. I did watch the violin kid and was not impressed. At the end he hit a pose and held it until the camera guy got tired of filming it and maybe the kid was carried off the stage still in the pose. Not sure since I looked away. The Indian dance crew was great and the kid flipping through the hoop tossed in the air was one of the best tricks I've seen ever. I wonder if they didn't get selected to be on World of Dance so came to AGT instead. The contortionist woman being buzzed ... again, dumbass, she's on this show because YOU put her through so go buzz yourself. You didn't like her music? Oh, please Simon. And speaking of Simon, maybe he's too cool for school, but showing up for the live finals in the same clothes he slept in all week is the heights of disrespect. I give you a big red X, Simon.
  4. saber5055

    S11.E12: Cincinnati City Finals

    I laughed at that "taking off shirt so he can go faster" line. If that's the case, Speedo Ninja should be flying through so quickly the cameras can't keep up with him. There was no reason to take off the shirt at that point other than to showboat. Except what was under the shirt wasn't that impressive IMO. I was getting a kick out of the Tower of Power ninja who was doing ANW for his son. First, I hate that, do it for yourself dude. Second. the son who was on the sidelines looked like he was terrified and ready to burst into tears what with all the crowd yelling and people jumping up and down. And his dad doing those dangerous things. The kid looked traumatized for sure. I liked the Slam Dunk obstacle. Kind of funny Grant fell on it. I did appreciate Grant actually concentrating and trying to get through the course instead of spending his time being Mr. Look At Me. I hope he's getting past that showboat business. This episode was more fun since more ninjas made it through. Hated last week. Loved the big smile on Michelle's face as she went up the wall to the buzzer. She knew she was going to hit it. The show thanks the wrestler ninja so they could compare him to Kacey. You're welcome.
  5. saber5055

    S06.E05: Week 3, Part 1

    It's annoying to me because Demi's "other person" is back home and now that's she's been in Paradise for what, four days? and she can't make up her mind who she wants? Didn't Scott (I think that was his name) get kicked out by Hannah B and vilified by everyone on the B-ette for having a girlfriend at home? Are players in BIP allowed to have partners back home? I say kick her out. It's all so exhausting.
  6. saber5055

    S06.E05: Week 3, Part 1

    The orcas at the end -- She said: "That's the best thing that's happened since we've been here." AGREE TOTALLY!
  7. saber5055

    S06.E05: Week 3, Part 1

    Tayisha's claim to fame: Her kisses made JPJ puke. That's a powerful resume piece.
  8. saber5055

    S06.E05: Week 3, Part 1

    I second that emotion
  9. saber5055

    S06.E05: Week 3, Part 1

    I was hoping those two love birds would get dragged off by the Aztecs, never to be seen again. Hey, a kid can dream, right?
  10. saber5055

    S06.E05: Week 3, Part 1

    I don't remember 90 percent of these people.
  11. saber5055

    S06.E05: Week 3, Part 1

    Like she wasn't told to pick Blake.
  12. saber5055

    S06.E05: Week 3, Part 1

    With Jordan gone half the fun of this show -- and all of the tangerine spray -- went with him.
  13. saber5055

    S14.E13: Live Results 1

    Thanks for that info @anthonyd46. I like hearing behind-the-scenes stories. I'd go in a heartbeat for every taping/live show if AGT ever came to my cow town. I might be in the minority here, but I don't find the show boring in the least, nor the acts "mediocre." I enjoy watching and like the variety. It would be great fun to see it IRL. ETA: Where were the auditions held? They didn't travel around the country as in the past, and made a big deal out of telling acts they were "making it to the Dolby." The live acts look like they are in the same place as the auditions ... was everything done in the Dolby?
  14. saber5055

    All Episodes Talk: Crime And Punishment

    Somewhere there must be stats for crimes/murders solved vs. those not solved. I think so many detectives are just doing a job or have to solve X amount of crimes per month to keep state or federal funding. I'm encouraged when I see people on Dateline who are dedicated to bringing justice to a family, even if it's years later. I kind of feel more crimes/murders go unsolved and are just stuffed into a Cold Case box so cops/detectives can get to the next unsolved murder that is stuffed into another Cold Case box. Not that those perps are smarter or dumber. I know, I have a bad attitude. But I am a big fan of karma.
  15. saber5055

    S11.E11: Baltimore City Finals

    A year or so ago, one of my channels reran ANW from the very first season, when Jamie Rahn was Captain G4, not NBC, and wore body paint for his costume. No Matt or Akbar. And the course was run in the daylight on a California beach. I spend most of the time watching what was going on in the background, not watching the ninja, so the "focus" point is a valid one. It makes every run look the same. BTW, no one made it up the Warped Wall in those days, whether they were a mom, cowboy or a childless man. I watched the rerun the other night, and they showed the tester going through Angry Birds all easy peasy. I, too, wondered how many tries it took him. But the most interesting part was, after the first backward catch that everyone failed on, there was another one. So even if a ninja got the first one, it would be pretty certain he/she would fail on the next one. I wonder how the sponsor of that obstacle liked how many people failed on it and hated it. I hope the movie tanks just for that obstacle alone.