Michael Washington is that kid with the church-choir background that we really don't know very well. He introduces us to his entire family. Both sets of grandparents, his mother, his sister, and his sister's baby are all there to hear from the judges. His mother brags that Michael is very talented and can play the piano by ear. He tells us it's been hard waiting on the call.
Jaymes gets to call Michael, so you know he's in. She never calls to tell people no. She tells him that they saw about three times as many people this time as last time, and "nevertheless" they were still impressed by his voice. Nice compliment, lady. She invites him to the workshop, and his family rejoices. Then they all run out on the front lawn and sing gospel songs. I'm not kidding. Amen.
According to the interactive poll that none of you are taking, at this point 45\% of you think that only Jackie will be asked to the workshop. 8\% of you think that Vanessa will be asked back. 38\% of you think that both will be asked to the workshop. Mad props to the 9\% of you that know neither of these kids should be allowed to torture us any longer.
The narrator reminds us that there are 143 remaining finalists and there are only 23 remaining slots. Why bother learning math?
Brotha Sistah Baby! Vanessah tells us that the best part of all of this is that she and her brother started this audition togethah and then they "made it" togethah. Jackie peels his eyes away from his sister's tits long enough to agree that it's pretty crazy they're both still there. His hand is resting on her crotch, by the way. He says they've nevah, evah, evah done anything like this beforah.
Jaymes ponders for a moment what it'd be like to have a brother-and-sister team in the group. PseudoTravis seems to think that they'd "feed off each other," which they already do, but they can't show that on the air. Jaymes reminds PseudoTravis that it could also be a living hell. PseudoTravis quickly agrees with the queen.