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Michael Lynche is SAVED!!!! ... But Do We Care?

Hey everyone, great news!  Big Mike got the sole judges' save on American Idol last night and will still be here next week to sing us another ballad!!!  I'm brimming with excitement .... (and sarcasm for you savvy ones).  Yes, I gotta say, I could give two S**ts less that Proud Poppa Mike still remains in this "I'm still trying to decide whether I like it or not" season 9 competition.  Actually, scratch that.  I DO care, because by using this save, the judges have mistakenly wasted this worthy little gem that was once in their back pocket to override the ridiculosities (yes, I'm still trying to make this a word) of tweens who text faster than I can say Ha-iiii. 

Hey Kara and Co.:  Please note Siobhan Magnus, Lee Dewyze, Crystal Bowersox and Casey James are still here and if Tim Urban NOT being in last night's bottom three is any indication that it is very possible that one of the aforementioned Winner-Worthy contestants could experience a premature evacuation, I don't know what is.

So maybe you all should have thought twice before being swayed by Big Mike's wifey-poo in that there audience crying her glittery eyes out like Big Mike's save is the only hope for her, her baby's, and oh hell, (it seems) America's future.  Save it.  I was totally moved when Matt G. was saved last year (and we all know how much I hated seeing his fedora return week after week).  I was not, however, jumping for joy to see the same thing happen to lip smacker, "check me out on I-tunes" chees-a-licious Big Mike.  (And I don't know, but it seems as if his fellow contestants weren't all that jazzed either.  Unlike this moment.) 

Aaaannd, I digress.  I will soldier on.  It shouldn't be hard to do.  I know this guy's not gonna win.  And hey, I've got Adam Lambert Unplugged to look forward to tonight!  And oh yeah, he's the mentor next week!!!  Hells Yeah!!!

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  1. thomasw34/08/2010

    American Idol stinks this season, I could have cared less if Big Mike went home or not. He has no stage presence or class, and he is very arrogant on top of all that. Last night was a wake-up-call for him I hope. He seems to think that he has it in the bag, but I have news for him. Get over himself....the only thing comes across from him is his arrogance. I don't believe he was not voted for because of his singing, but because of his arrogance, we don't want to see that.
    thomasw3
    April 08, 2010
    09:26 AM PST

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  2. thomasw34/08/2010

    The only reason I'll be watching next week, is to see Adam Lambert, because the talent this year on the show stinks. They sing the saddest song I've ever heard. This was the worst show of talent since Idol started. What the hell happen? They choose good singers in the beginning of the season, but they sent them all home. And kept the worst. I don't think any of them should win, but I know they have to pick a winner. This season they have to pick the best of the worst.
    thomasw3
    April 08, 2010
    09:34 AM PST

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  3. Thomas, i guess you couldn't get all that anger out in one post, huh? ah, a fan after my own heart. i don't know if i see total arrogance in big mike ... but i also don't know if i care to debate that or not. c'est la vie. thanks for your comment!
    myrealitybit
    April 08, 2010
    10:45 AM PST
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  4. I was thrilled to hear Simon say they were givin' Big Mike the sacred save!!!!

    Do I love Big Mike? No. Do I hate the silly-ass conference going on behind the judges table while the victim sings for his/her life. YES!

    Now it's gone, and if my Crystal should get voted off before the finale, then I will simply stop watching because she's clearly the winner in my book and all the rest are just keeping the show "alive??".

    ADAM NEXT WEEK!!!!!! Yo Baby!

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