Wednesday, March 19, 2008

Little Archie and friends


I am really over Little Archie. It's not his fault because he's just doing what he knows how to do, so that's fine. But come on. The kid is not very interesting. Talk about a one-pony show. Get up on stage, talk about how amazing everything is, giggle like a schoolgirl, do a bunch of those little half-kneel motions when you're putting a little ornamentation on one of your crooner notes, then thank the judges and fans profusely in that cloying, self deprecating manner.

Despite my often crusty demeanor I do like "nice" people, so I feel kind of bad bashing him for that. But after a while enough is just enough. The kid is 16 and should be in school. Talk to me when he's over 21 and we'll see if he's able to add a layer of complexity to bring something new to the table. Plus maybe by then he'll shed the celestial underwear.


Cookie Boy - I call him that because although I'm still a fan, it's starting to get a little cookie-cutter with him. Chris Daughtry had the same problem; great singer, great performer, but every song is starting to sound the same. Hey though, what can you really do week to week? He's good and he deserves to win, but I'd like to see him change it up a little.


Ok Brookie, the Mormon thing says you have to be nice and all, but you don't have to offer to blow the judges while they're dissing you. Even though they were right; that performance S-U-C-K-E-D. I knew you were in the trouble the second you started in with that "doo-n-doo-doo" act. And what WAS that whole "WHOOO!" thing right in the middle of the song before you started flailing uncontrollably? Oh, and the whole critiquing thing isn't supposed to be a conversation, dear. You're starting to look desperate.

The thing I love about Paula is that you can tell she hated your song when she opens her comments by telling you how great you look and how lovable you are. Gag.


Michael Johns. This performance reminded me of when Jerry Seinfeld said "I can't watch a man sing a song....it's embarassing." That about sums it up. I mean, I'm sorry your friend died and all, but this show isn't a vehicle for delivering a eulogy. Simon is right; you'd better start sorting yourself out, because the only thing keeping you here next week will be your pretty face.

Manda. Sure, she's predictable, but I love her. I like that she knows who she is. I think she could even pull off a ballad but she'd have to tread gingerly.

Jason. Oddly enough I liked him tonight. He has a friendly, soothing voice. The distaste for that "Hallelujah" song a few weeks ago still lingers, but I'm slowly forgiving.

As for the rest of you: pull my finger.


Done.

5 comments:

Dale said...

My favourite part of the whole show was seeing how well Syesha's dress chanelled Rhoda Morgenstern.

It was a messy messy night.

Bluez said...

LOL dale.

I had a reality tv show debacle last night. AI was on at the same time as BB and DWTS.

I missed all three. My DVR was pissed off at me.

BeckEye said...

How about if I break your finger?

I would like to help sort Michael Johns out. One week with me and I'd have him singing zip-a-dee-doo-da out his asshole. (Thank you, Chevy Chase.) Certain parts of my body would be singing as well.

Anonymous said...

I rarely watch even a little bit of American Idol, and I don't know the girl's name, and I realize that she's not really that good, but I Really Really Really want the girl to win who if she wins, she will buy her horse back that she sold so that she could travel across the country to try out for American Idol. I don't care if she has no talent at all, I just want her to get her horse back!

Your cousin Cathy

Dale said...

Maybe Rosie will buy the horse back for her Cathy, she gave Danny Noriega a cruise.