Howie is funny when he's just being himself. When he does his "man on the street" bit, I don't find that funny. I don't think it's so much that he thinks he knows what America wants as it is that his sense of humor runs toward the bizaar and/or rediculous whereas I, and perhaps others, prefer subtle humor or humor about everyday life like Rosanne, Barney Miller and today, Rules of Engagement. Silly, yes, but not over the top the way Howie likes it IMO.Originally Posted by karalott;3995192;
I think Piers and sometimes Sharon does think about that. Maybe Howie does too but, as I said, his humor runs counter to many. Even when he said he couldn't see a certain act in Vegas, his opinion was different from the audience and the other 2 judges. Can't remember which act it was, but it was one of the dance groups. It's good that he's there though. First, because he's funny and second, because he provides a balance against Piers with Sharon somewhere in the middle. Literally and figeratively.I'd like for the judges to possibly consider the end result and ask if people would pay to see someone like Ronith if the show was headlining in Valentine, Nebraska.
Although I find them boring, I do think there might be an audience for them in Vegas. It has a circus like feeling and what's more circus like than Vegas?I like Asendance because they're different and unique, and quite honestly the talent is so mediocre this year. Much like the Gravity group, they bring something different and could probably put together quite a spectacular show.
Hopefully people have enough sense to put Ronith out of his misery.