Hey, remember Melinda Lira? Nope. I must say this is all kind of poorly-designed in some ways. The number of Jack in the Box contestants that are actually making it through is unconscionable. I know everything there is to know about Jaclyn Crum. I know her Social, okay. But I've never even seen the faces of half of the Top 24. And that's not my fault. What's the point of all this? Simon asks, "Do you think it would be the wrong decision if we sent you home?" and she Randys up, all, "Definitely, definitely." Simon tells her she's not going home. Neither is Mario, who cries and is awesome. First there is no Kim Holloway, and then there is Kim Holloway, and then she goes home.
Constantine's crotch all up in my face. God, I hate this show sometimes. He stares at Bo Bice and thinks dark thoughts because he knows that the machine is going to set them at each other's throats and it's so dumb because they are completely different, but whatever. His stupid smarmy face. He points out how suck-ass they were together. He is kind of cool as he talks about "rocker guys" and how they're "rocker guys" and it's clear he hates all of this -- but less cool, because why are you here? I mean, it's possible I'll stop hating him -- although not ever will I stop hating his stupid face or his stupid armpits or his rock star faces or everything else that is awful about him -- but that doesn't mean I'm going to softball it.
Harold "Bo" Bice is a lot cuter than he has been. At least he doesn't look all psycho-killer qu'est-ce que c'est like he did before, but whatever. Simon informs him that it wasn't unanimous. At all. "Yes sir, I think I understand sir." I know I do. And so he stands up to leave, and that's so awesome, because he's being a total dude here. He's like, he tried, and he's not going to get all Faith about it or anything. Awesome. I really, really like Bo Bice now. Sadly, it steps all over Simon's big scene he wants us all to see, although in some ways this is better. "No, it's not finished yet." I must admit to a gorgeous thrill right here. "Two people think you are very, very good." Bo straight up tells Simon he knows that Simon wasn't one of them, still in that polite and respectful way that isn't weak or vulnerable, just fair and good. I like him. On the elevator he looks really good all of a sudden. Constantine interacts with him in some way, and nobody else cares.