Michael Sarver might be headed back to his nine to five job after being booted on American Idol last night.
I expected to see him go but I was surprised to see Matt joining him in the American Idol bottom three. Matt’s a great singer, but I guess he doesn’t have the charisma of Adam or Kris so he’s overlooked. He might surprise us all and end up winning this thing, huh?
I’m off to the Supernatural convention in Los Angeles today, so here’s a quick update before I depart. Last night’s episode was a real hoot with Sam and Dean playing themselves and yet not. They were both employees of a typical corporation that is until they discover their unique abilities to hunt ghosts! It was all part of an angelic plot to teach Dean a lesson, and what a lesson! The moral of the story is stopping Lucifer from rising is not the worst job in the world, after all, you could be working in an office cubicle shuffling paper for the rest of your life.
So that’s it for me. I’m packing my bags and hitting the road. If you’re staying in tonight, here are some TV shows you might want to watch.
Tonight On TV — Friday, March 27
NBC has two episodes of Howie Do It, followed by Friday Night Lights and Dateline NBC.
ABC goes with Wife Swap, Supernanny and 20/20.
The CW has Everybody Hates Chris, The Game and a repeat of this week’s America’s Next Top Model.
CBS has the NCAA Basketball Tournament in some areas, check your local listings.
Over on cable
SCI FI Channel is airing the movie Stargate: Ark of Truth.
Travel has a new Most Haunted.
Mistress is new on BBCAmerica.
E! has Candy Girls and The Soup.
News & notable
NBC has yanked Chopping Block after three episodes. Not soon enough if you ask me.
Donald Sutherland has again been cast as a wealthy patriarch, this time in the CBS series The Eastmans.
Paul Wesley of the ABC Family series The Fallen is joining the CW series Vampire Diaries.
American Idol: The bottom two L-R: Michael Sarver and Matt Giraud. CR: Frank Micelotta / Fox
Dollhouse: Echoes — Boyd (Harry Lennix, L) must step in to help Echo (Eliza Dushku, R) when a deadly virus causes mass panic on a college campus. Carin Baer/Fox