Reply to imajunkie2
Sensationalism, ratings....Maybe to get people to vote so she doesn't win...
Originally Posted by imajunkie2
Yes, they really did put granny through.
Originally Posted by drkim
Yes, I think Nathan is the quick change guy but I'm not 100% sure. Does anyone know for sure?
I liked Elliot's first act much better too.
I pretty much agree with the rest but I didn't even enjoy Granny the first time.
A lot of the acts were better the first time. Part of the contest will definitely be if they are one hit wonders or have staying power.
um im not sure if anyone can confirm this, but I live in Las Vegas and one of the commericals made a reference that the magician is actually Lance Burton's son.
Can anyone confirm?
Reply to drkim
I like the show... But I like train wrecks too.:whistle
Originally Posted by drkim
Some of the acts are good but they are few and far between.
Reply to Bof_Cof
We mostly agree but I wouldn't put 1013 that low...As bad as I thought they were, the bar was set very low last night.
Originally Posted by Bof_Cof
I think I'd pay to see Nathan too.
I can see the talent of team Acrodunk but it just leaves me totally cold.
Granny would have been gonged so fast...What's RG? Reeg as in Regis?
Even though Treyworld crashed. It was interesting...But as I said, I like train wrecks!:whistle
Well thank you.
Originally Posted by cricketeen
I liked that Treyworld was unique too. Still, they wouldn't have made it without the crash. With the nosedive, they were toast.
My ignorance kicks in, I have no idea who Lance Burton is but it seems to be highly likely - two magicians with the same last name. And unlike most unknown magicians, his act is a large production with expensive equipment and a lot of assistants.
Finally, I agree. Were here to see the show not the audience.
Reply to William
We all seem to agree that we liked Nathan.
Originally Posted by William13
Courage is an understatement. For a not so pretty woman with a raspy voice, Janis was amazing.
I think Sonie does have talent...She was just hiding it.
I agree, the Acrodunk thing isn't new.
Almost anything is better than Rappin' Granny!:whistle
Thanks for the replies. It makes the site fun.
We all had the top two picks. Unfortunately in the wrong order...Oh well, it makes it all the more likely that my favorites...All That or Yodel Girl will win.:)
Go Yodel Girl!:D
Nathan is not the quick-change guy--that team is on next week.
I would have chosen Nathan to go on. Bianca has talent, but it's not developed and she chose a song too big and old for her. Plus, the Janis Joplin inflections that she was trying to use were annoying.
We couldn't stand Rappin' Granny at our house, and couldn't believe that the judges put her through unanimously. Just because she's 70-something and raps, that doesn't mean that she's the most talented, which, crazy me, I thought was supposed to be the point of a talent show.
I would have liked the violinist better had she played something more tuneful. I think that it's obvious that she has talent--like LD Miller--but she just spouted noise. Like LD Miller.
Even the Crazy Acts were pretty lackluster, although the last "one man band" was actually tuneful, and the Spanish guitar with a mixer was great.
I'm afraid that while the show is a perfectly acceptable summer series, NBC is going to kill it by trying to air it during the regular season, unless the other shows are in reruns. Then again, I thought the same might be true of DWTS, and that show really took off last January.
Really? Lance Burton seems too young to have a child that age to me, but I could be wrong.
Originally Posted by Bubba's_Bubbles
Personally, I am disappointed that Nathan didn't go through (even though I knew the public would rally for Bianca). I am dying to see more of his magic, so I hope the judges give him another chance now that there is going to be a Wild Card round.
Am I the only one who loves Rappin' Granny in here? :lol I'm glad the judges passed her through.
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