Judgment Day: AMERICAN IDOL finally, unabashedly "Jumps the Shark"....
It's a defining moment when you know that your
favorite television program has reached its peak.
That instant when you know from now on, it's all downhill.
The phrase derives from a scene in the three-part 'Hollywood' episode
of the American TV series Happy Days, broadcast in September 1977.
The scene has 'The Fonz' (Henry Winkler), water skiing -
unaccountably still wearing his trademark leather jacket -
and jumping over a shark.
Paula babbled like a confused New Age Cardiologist:
"I saw your soul..."
"I felt your heart...",
Simon blatantly lied about Archuleta
"crushing the competition",
and this was the night I totally lost respect for Randy Jackson....
if it sounds like a pimp,
acts like a pimp, looks exactly like a pimp,
Randy must be a pimp...
David Archuleta's Pimp!!!
This was supposed to be "Rock & Roll Hall of Fame" Night!!
Heartbreak Hotel is a rock classic.
Blue Suede Shoes is seminal rock & roll.
Love Me Tender is an Elvis essential, true,
but it is definitely, completely, absolutely NOT Rock!!!
And a sappy, corny version was Archuleta's song choice?
Please stop pimping and forcing Disney Boy down our throats;
THAT may just be the reason for
the apparent mental and musical breakdown of Jason Castro
who looks and sounds like he just doesn't care anymore,
and can't wait to get out of the show.
Archuleta's infinite cheesiness has almost ruined the show for me,
and judging by the sinking ratings this year,
this incessant fake praise of a mediocre teenstar wannabe
is ruining it for millions more.
David Cook is my favorite show's only chance for salvation!!!
(his weak Hungry Like The Wolf notwithstanding;
sorry, but Le Bon is untouchable!!!)