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by on Wednesday, April 28, 2010 10:12 pm

1) Siobhan doesn’t need any fangs for this fake vampire makeup. She was already well equipped. Plus she has an awful voice.

2) Dave’s impressed by the marketing crossovers Idol uses. They really know how to make bank. Ford? Shrek? This is an informercial.

3) I can’t believe Dave questioned the star value of the performers who come on this show. Where are the Billy Joels and the Elton Johns? Dave their chart-topping careers are over! Shakira is huge! Alicia Keys (who has an mediocre voice) is also huge!

4) Lady Antebellum has perfect pitch in a forgettable song. But still, everybody clapped. “I said I wouldn’t call, I’m a little drunk and I need you now.” How is that a compliment? If you heard that song on the radio, would you even notice?

5) Siobhan is in the bottom three. And smirking. She knows she’s not going home. She is paying someone off, that’s clear. Is it with her money or her body? That’s the only question remaining.

6) Mike is safe! Nobody has to die! I think I might get my wish. There’s no way they’ll vote pretty boy off.

7) If only the people who actually shop at Lane Bryant looked like the woman in that ad. That would be nice. And true. But they don’t. I shop at Lane Bryant and I don’t look like that. Nobody does.

8) She’s gone! It’s about freakin’ time. I don’t know what took so long!

9) Who could possibly think her last song is good? She’s off-key, she sounds like a squeaky mouse, and she has vampire teeth. Her screaming is painful.

10) That’s all folks!

(Peanut is also now 21 inches long and 9 pounds 3 ounces)


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  1. You know that Lady Antebellum song was number one in the nation, right? Sooo tired of hearing it. I don’t always agree with you, but I do about that song.

    • Dave permalink

      Hah! I’d never heard of Lady Antebellum before Idol and still have no idea who they are. Neither does Paula. And yet I’m the only one of the two of us who’s out of touch with modern music? I just looked at the most recent Top 40 hits and didn’t recognize half of the artists and any of the songs. Still, that song seemed forgettable. When’s the last time you listened to Shanice? She had a number one hit too. I liked the other band better, whoever they were.

      • If you mean Sons of Sylvia… they went under the name of The Clark Family Experience with their older brothers, won The Next Great American Band and a record deal as The Clark Brothers (where they were essentially a gospel/blue grass band), lost the record deal when the label dissolved or something, then got a new deal and finally released their album under the new name on Wednesday. The whole family seems really talented, so I was happy to see them getting exposure. I was surprised that the sound wasn’t more country/blue grass, but I liked the song okay. But, they did a good cover of the Stones “Gimme Shelter” while competing on the show, so they showed they could go more rock. If you were talking about a different band, then I have no comment 😉

    • Mama Berry permalink

      That doesn’t make them good. They are still bad. How are you doing these days?

      • No, it does not make it good. I was wondering if maybe Americans had just forgotten that you can make a record where the artists sing well in harmony and there’s a melody and that it became popular out of sheer novelty. If you think the song is boring the first time you heard it, imagine it being played at least once an hour.

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