Jorge let me down and I'm sorry about that because I really like him. I wasn't crazy about Kris' American Idol performance but apparently I'm alone in that. Poor guy took a punch from Simon telling him he shouldn't have played up his new wife in the bio package. Not a great move for the season's top heartthrob. I'm also amazed by how many of the contestants have kids. Has it always been like this?
The big laugh of the night came from the addition of the thirteenth contestant. Since American Idol only ever has twelve, they only have twelve consecutive phone numbers, 1-866-IDOLS (XX) they don't own the thirteen number in the sequence which happens to belong to a sex line. Because of this, they had to offer a completely different number for the final contestant which could mess up her chances of getting votes. Next time guys, stick to the rule.
Except that they aren't sticking with the rules at all which you'll see if you keep reading.
The CW should pull them in tonight because it's make-over day on America's Next Top Model, then it's a rerun of 90210.
Fox is all new with Lie to Me and then two contestants will be eliminated on American Idol after a slight change in the rules -- rumor is the ones with the lowest number of votes will have to sing for their lives and the judges will make the final decision on who stays and who goes. (Kind of like how they do it on So You Think You Can Dance.)
ABC has a slow night with reruns of Scrubs and Lost and then a new Life on Mars which is heading for its final episode of the series.
Damages is new on FX and Food Network has Throwdown with Bobby Flay.
WE has a new episode of Little Miss Perfect (always worth watching) and High School Reunion is new on TVLand.
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