E: Aw, Floyd, you made me cry.
M: That was a very emotional episode for him, and in turn for us because of it. I always love hearing the pride with which “naturalized” citizens speak of becoming a part of this great melting pot of ours, and to see him tearing up over the coin that his meal recipient gave him? Well, that was seriously special.
E: The episode before the finale is always a tough elimination, but that turned out not to be the emotional core of the episode, which was surprising. And cool.
E: Okay, I flat out loved this episode. An edible science fair! How cool is that?
M: Sooooo cool. But honestly, I’m a little sad to say that I liked it in concept more than in execution. Plus, the critics annoyed me yet again. But we’ll get to that later… on to the Quickfire! Continue reading
E: Ah, Celina Tio. What’re you doing, giving the people what they want? For shame!
M: I’ll have some choice words on that when we get to it, but for now let’s start at the top. Continue reading
E: You remember last week when I said that week 2 is usually a disappointing week, because the dancers end up out of their styles and we see their weakness?
Yeah. Not so much. I thought this was pretty kick ass performance show. I definitely wasn’t in love with every routine, but what a grouping over all! Honestly, I couldn’t figure out who to vote for (something I’m almost sure to regret in tonight’s painful elimination) because there were just too many dances I loved. I am so, so happy we got to see the Top Twenty dance again!