I could be all wrong, and no disrespect intended for fans of Sean, but I wonder if this immunity challenge is to keep him over Andy. Andy has signed on to a tv show pilot and said it would be a very difficult week for him if he stayed. Andy has been a fan favorite and I suspect this might be the way to say good bye to him since the fans seem to be pulling for him over Sean at this point..
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Sean made a nice little nest egg. I think he should be happy with how far he came, I like him
Andy, well I have never voted for him, sometimes I enjoy, sometimes I cringe. We all knew this would happen. the others are way better, its that simple.
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They've had the dance-off before but I don't remember the particulars. I think it was during season 14. In that case extra points were awarded to the one of the two deemed better by the judges. At least I remember something like that.
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Will you accept my Mirror-ball Sound of Silence dancing JoJo rose Cha . . . er . . . Evan as a bitter jury Idol?
I think this is different than some of the dance-off's they've had before. In season 9 it was the bottom 2 after the fan vote it was a knock out dance. If you lost the dance off you were gone. In season 12 the winner got 15 points added to their score, everyone else got zip. I remember it was particularly nasty for Ralph Macchio fans, since Chelsea Kane won it and Ralph went home. There was no way anyone could surpass an extra 15 points. When Roshon was on Season 14 he won the Dance Duals.. against Gladys Knight and Melissa Gilbert and he got as far as the quarter finals. So I think the idea is to keep the good dancers on, at the expensive of the ones who are more popular with the fans.