And now it's time for a recap montage of the whole season. Forgive me if I don't go into too much detail here, because I've already told you this stuff once, after all. Here we go....
Fifteen Supernovices crammed into the Nut Gallery. Matt. Chris. Jenny. Phil. Dana. Jill. Josh. Zayra. Patrice. Ryan. Storm. The final four. Lukas had a strong start, as did Dilana and Toby, but Magni had a rough beginning. He wasn't helped by the fact that he missed his family, and he hit the bottom three. Meanwhile, Toby put us to sleep with "Runaway Train," and Lukas's voice started to annoy Jason. Dilana was the frontrunner. Magni rescued himself with Hendrix's "Fire" and didn't look back, Lukas found a voice Jason could appreciate, and Toby discovered the catchphrase, the philosophy, the way of life that is "Evs." Meanwhile, Dilana wiped out at the press clinic, but managed to remain the "last woman standing" (or rather, last woman leaning on crutches). We then get clips of each of the final four fronting Supernova the past several weeks. Wow, isn't that a coincidence, that the four left are also the four who got a chance to sing with the band? It's almost as if the guys knew all along who was going to be left this week.
So tonight's going to work pretty much the same way last Tuesday did, right down to the fact that they'll be singing the same original songs instead of new ones. Which I find disappointing. Not only would I like to know whether they are able to write more than one decent song (or, in Dilana's case, write one decent song), I really don't need to hear "Head Spin" or "Throwing It Away" for the third time in a week. Oh well, nothing for it. After they sing, we vote (or someone does, and more power to them), Supernova makes an elimination early tomorrow, and then the final three take each other on to determine who wins it all. Brooke doesn't specify whether they'll be battling with daggers, nunchuks, or magic spells. I guess we'll find out tomorrow.
Toby's starting things out with "Karma Police" by Radiohead. He sings the first verse wearing aviator shades from behind the microphone stand, and then eventually steps out. His accent is kind of jarring on this one, which doesn't normally happen. Maybe it's because this is the first time I've heard him singing this slowly. The audience is a sea of waving, "Evs"-emblazoned hands. He takes off the sunglasses going into the bridge, and makes the House Band drop out on one of his big high notes. As he does. And then the song just kind of ends. I found that kind of whatever. Not to be confused with "Evs," mind you.