Jerry calls the next two contenders on to the Stage of Destiny. He is pitting Neal E. Boyd against Kaitlyn. I wonder if America is willing to keep pushing Kaitlyn through because she is so darn squeezable or whether they are finally ready to put her to bed. Literally. On the other hand, Neal E. Boyd and his sobs may be grating on America. I think it's a toss up. Jerry calls out Neal E. Boyd! The camera barely rests on his face. Instead it turns to little Kaitlyn who is bearing up well. Little Kaitlyn marches over to give Neal E. Boyd a big hug. He is so large in comparison to her and he has to bend over so far to hug her that I can't help but hope that he doesn't tip over and squash her like a bug. Kaitlyn is very poised and brave and calm while she and Jerry watch her clips. The audience cheers very loudly. The judges clap. Well, two of the judges clap. Piers sits there with his arms crossed looking grim. Maybe he prefers Kaitlyn to Neal E. Boyd. Maybe he prefers kittens to teddy bears. Who knows what goes through that man's head. What could make it through his defensive line of hairspray? Oh, come on. Haven't you noticed that his hair doesn't move? Pay attention!
Next on the Stage of Destiny are Paul Salos and Donald Brawell. I have no idea whether Donald Dullsville can beat out the sentimental vote for Golden Oldie Fake Frank. Actually, I really don't care. Donald Braswell it is. Donald does a mini touchdown dance and then hugs Paul Salos. They cut to Paul's wife in the audience. She looks resigned to a future ripped from the pages of "The Lockhorns" where a depressed Paul lounging around the house in his undershirt and garter socks arguing with the television. Paul smiles and waves and takes his dismissal almost as well as Kaitlyn. He and Jerry stand arm in arm as they take the trip down memory lane while with the dulcet tones of "My Way" play in the background. Fake Frank takes a bow and walks off the stage. Only one spot left!