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May 22, 2008

The Best Singer on the "American Idol" Finale Didn't Win, and Happy Memorial Day Weekend!

By: The Dude on the Right
So, yes, I wasted two hours and five minutes of my life watching an over-bloated finale of "American Idol," and even though I recapped it yesterday in my blog, for this podcast I've got some audio!  Yup, product placement was all over the place, the Idol people had two hours to tell us who was this year's "American Idol," but if Ryan Seacrest had held the suspense about 30 more seconds, well, millions of TiVo viewers would have been (or at least me), cursing hell and high-water because the TiVo broadcast would have ended with "This year's 'American Idol' is David....  bing '(Would you like to delete this recording?)'".  At least, thank God, they gave us the return of Renaldo Lapuz, singing "We're Brothers Forever," or "I Am Your Brother," or I don't care, because he was great, especially with the USC Marching Band, and I can't help but sing along!  David Archuleta fans, I am so sorry, but David Cook fans, well, one last "Hooray!!!!"

It is, though, the upcoming Memorial Day Weekend, I almost came close to cancelling my cable TV service, and hopefully the only TV show I'll get sucked into this summer will be "The Bachelorette!"

Happy listening!

That's it for this one!  I'm The Dude on the Right!!  L8R!!!

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Posted by Rightdude at May 22, 2008 7:12 PM

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