Paula says a bunch of nonsense as they all deflate like balloons and begin to feel horrible and wander around the room aimlessly. I'm sad that we didn't get to meet many of these people, you know? Because they weren't interesting as winners or losers, because I'm guessing they were too busy being, you know, people. Not good TV, that. Well, mostly: one guy completely loses his shit and lies down in the middle of the floor in this catatonic way. Sean tells us that he's proud of what he's done. Timothy (I think) is kind of bummed, but being cool about it. You know, stuff people do. Compare, please, this room to Room Four. Now that room is good TV.
Okay, Room Two. Delma Jamar -- is this a good sign for this room? -- and how he acted the fool during the group sing, but not as badly as his crackhead brother, who they show blabbering gibberish into the camera. Jamar is going to sing an original song, which he wrote at his grandmother's house. Oh dear. It is called "Shake," and I have written down the lyrics for you, for when you become the next American Idol.
Off your problems
If you've got it you can
In the party
Come on won't you
With the lady that you want
You can shake shake
I love that he put his nose to the grindstone and applied some elbow grease and wrote this song, for the day when he'd become a superstar. And I love for some reason the fact that he did all of this hard work in his grandmother's house. Shake shake, Jamar. Oh, and while this is going on, out in the audience this cute boy and girl look at each other and start dancing around, without cracking smiles, and it's hilarious.
Mario Vazquez -- oh, had you forgotten about him for five seconds? Let's rectify that -- was much beloved by Simon in his first audition. Of course. He's all Latin Timberlake and quite talented. He looks so nervous right about now that Seacrest is even like, wow. We meet Ada, his adorable mom, who kept after him and made him practice all the time and just totally loves him and knows he can do whatever he puts his mind to because her baby boy has what it takes and all that. Which is great, especially because he totally does. I'm with Ada. In response to all this mom business, Mario just says he's doing all this because he wants his mother to "have hope." Aw. And Seacrest tells us Mario kind of "went out on a limb today," and before you can even wonder what exactly that means, Mario busts into "Bohemian Rhapsody," as an R&B song, and it's so freaking awesome. I mean, you couldn't really do the whole song without showing your pants, but it's nice to hear the part that he does sing.