I caught the premier of "Stargage Universe" and have this to say:
1) There's a grayed color spectrum: must be trying to be an edgier show.
2) Stargate: Voyager? I mean really? This is the best plot set-up you could come up with?
3) If Syfy wants to throw money at a show, how about supporting the underrated and cancelled "Defying Gravity", I'm sure ABC would appreciate it if you took the unaired episodes off their hands.
I think it may finally be Kristy's week to leave (after many a near miss). She didn't suck, but it was the weakest performance of the night. If I keep saying it eventually I'll be right!
Amanda was off her game again, but VFTW will keep her in as long as they can, she may well make the top 6.
I'm starting to think (hope) the top six may include: David Archuleta, David Cook, Brooke, Carly, and two wildcards.
I give up. There's just no telling how the voting is going to go. :-P
The ejected contestants this week will be:
Kristy Lee Cook
Boring and out of tune, boring, craptastically bad, and underwhelming respectively.
If votefortheworst.com is keeping anyone in for entertainment value, I hope it'll be Danny Noriega, who actually has a voice.
P.S. Paula needs to just say no.
50% correct. I still say Kristy and David will go next week ... unless they manage to find their grooves.
My psychic prediction is Garrett Haley, Jason Yager, Amy Davis and Kady Malloy will be eliminated this week.
You heard it here.
So, I was 50% right.
*tosses beads at all and sundry*
I got some chicken and andouille out of the freezer this morning and confirmed that there is rice in the cupboard with the intention of making something cajun-esque tonight for this week's belated Big Dish. As a side benefit, this also helps with Project: Empty The Freezer. All I have to do is pick up a green pepper and an onion and make the dang thing. I kept intending to make a king cake this year, but life seems to have interfered. S'ok, there are the hot cross buns from Silver Moon to look forward to. YUM!
Every year even though I'm not religious per se, I think of something to give up or take on for Lent. The year I gave up inhibitions was a particularly good one! ;-) I haven't yet chosen this year's focus, though a Lenten yoga challenge has a certain appeal ...or keeping my apartment tidy ...or simply committing to 30 minutes of moving my body somehow every day. It seems that there's a general theme of fighting lethargy involved in my candidates.
In other news, I finally got around to watching the season premier of LOST. My burning questions from the episode are 1) who/what did Hurley see in Jacob's cabin; 2) who are the other 3 members of the "Oceanic 6"; 3) why did a large portion of the group evidently get left behind?