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  1. Was that the one that had the Female/Shemale mini challenge?
  2. Hank Snow. Also Shari Lewis and Lambchop!
  3. I'm assuming that it will be about the custody challenge.
  4. They've got some heavy hitters this time out, and I am here for it! After this season, I'm pretty much just missing Trinity K. Bonet and Nicole Paige Brooks (yes, I said it!) from my dream all-star list.
  5. Usually I am the death knell for new shows, so I try not to get attached. But this year I went 3 for 3!! Evil got the renewal right away, but they made me nervous with Stumptown, especially. It seemed like Prodigal Son was guaranteed a renewal but, with my track record, I never count chickens. It's a Quarantine Miracle! As long as I'm guaranteed a maximum dose of Sheen, I can wait.
  6. Thanks a lot, long winded coaches. I got as far as Carson saying "The fifth spot goes TO" and then screen freeze and the 'do you want to delete' message comes up. I really wanted to see Zan's stank face when she didn't get it. Really? You can't even bother to clap and pretend to be happy that CammWess made it through? Then I came here to find out who made it through and still didn't know other than that it wasn't Joanna (my pick) or Allegra. I figured it wasn't Zan since the only person that seemed to like her was John. Not surprised it was Toneisha, since she went last and did Lovin' You. People always lose their shit over the bird calls and I knew if she came even close to hitting them that she'd get the vote. Also noticed that the credits on my screen freeze showed a psychologist. Have they just added that since the whole quarantine thing or have they always had a staff psychologist? Maybe when they started having a bunch of teen-going on tween-age girls filling up the contestant ranks. Because there's nothing more dramatic than a high-strung 15 year old... Aside: I make it a personal rule never to root for someone who uses their middle name for a last name, so consequently I don't end up liking too many of the teen to early twenties females.
  7. I was really hoping that she would have shown up at the end of the bit, with a "here, honey, move over and hand me that 3/16th over there, would you?
  8. Me, too! Martin isn't the only one that misses Mr. David.
  9. Thanks! My local channel must have lopped off the closing scene somehow. People's comments make a lot more sense now. I smell Endicott's hand in all of this. Although a good lawyer (maybe Endicott actually wants to be his white knight) could certainly make hash of the DNA since they had contact with each other more than once. Or even transfer DNA from Martin.
  10. I totally missed something here! The last I saw, Malcolm was opening the door to Cauliflower's room while the credits rolled. Then it was just ads and some show with JJ Watt started, no Eve, no fingernails, no Malcolm arrest, no scenes from our next episode, nothing. Can somebody please catch me up? I love how Michael Sheen can go from frightened victim to scary psycho to delighted host all in the blink of an eye (forgive me, I couldn't resist) without speaking a word.
  11. Wow, I had no idea that James Corden was a "real" singer. I've seen him on the Tonys and such, but I mean, a REAL, SERIOUS singer who can do justice to one of the most beautiful songs ever written. I had to mute Legend...
  12. Thanks for the update! I did see (kind of, between the stuttering and skipping of my recording) the Mike v. Darious one but it froze for good just as they were starting the critiques. I'm shocked that Mike was chosen. I might be a little biased because I have never seen a really good rendition of a Bruno Mars song. He is one of my favorites and it's not just his tone or range, but he seems to infuse his singing with so much personality that others just pale in comparison. Good for Joanna! Nick's advice to CammWess kind of bit him on the butt here, but I agree with his "Why?" on getting back with an ex. Given the choice, I'd rather work with a new coach to learn something from a new direction. They both only had a week with each coach and nothing one on one (that's been shown, anyway) so it's not like there's some tight relationship that has already been built throughout the journey.
  13. By goin' back old school when it was just family! Three/four finalists, the judges and production crew could be tested and maybe a couple dozen people like they do for the comedy challenges, just to give the feel of an audience. Anybody think that the contestants were told who to pick? It seems that costumes for production challenges are generally furnished and there was a huge size difference on some of them (like Brita v. Gigi for Cone Bra Madonna) that would require more than just altering. Also, funny that the two top queens had roles that nobody wanted. Who wouldn't want Early Madonna?
  14. That's what happened with the Comeback Artist. I can't remember her name, but she chose Kelly and was pretty good, but I think she was severely disadvantaged because nobody knew who she was with the lives starting. I think she lasted two eliminations. This year will be a little different because the knockout artists will have had at least two performances (plus the knockout that people vote on), so they'll have had at least a little chance for people to already like them. My dvr recording ended up skipping and freezing and finally dying (we had pretty heavy snow last night), so the last battle saw was Kelly's with John stealing back CamWess. Could somebody please give a rundown of the players, songs and results? Thanks!
  15. I was just about to say the same thing! That's the one I laughed out loud at when I froze the DVR. My first thought was that they have to get him as a cameo before this show is done. And not draw attention to it or have anybody recognize him. Just make him a random customer in the background. We're smart enough to get it, show! You don't have to hit us over the head with a machete to make sure we know.
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