There is still an entire month of the season left and we've already lost both of our sob stories (Shay and Abby, two of the greatest casting achievements in reality history), our villain (obnoxious, grating, Tracey), and the (alright formerly) fan favorite (Daniel). Liz is sweet and there's something tough about Rebecca that I'm sort of drawn to, but they are a far cry from the kind of television Shay and Abby were. Half the time I forget who Rudy and Allen even are, Danny's really only compelling when he's home being sweet with his family, and while Amanda is definitely annoying, she's hardly anywhere near as detestable as Tracey was for a while there. There's no one to root for and no one to hate anymore, so what's the point in watching it? I guess them's the breaks, but I hate when this happens. I don't care about anyone who's left! I'm pretty sure I'll be forgoing the next four episodes in favor of So You Think You Can Dance and just tuning into the finale to see how the people I'm actually invested in are doing. Reality eliminations: they are a cruel bitch.
Oh, and there was no follow-up on how Shay is doing now last night, but if you just can't wait, NBC.com put the vid up this morning. Don't know why they wouldn't just include it in the broadcast, but hey, I don't know why Jay Leno is still on the air five nights a week either. I can't decipher those fools. Enjoy!
Your thoughts on the surprise double elimination? Or just the group's decision to send Shay home over Amanda? Or Jillian trying to get Bob to agree to giving Shay a preferential workout? Discuss below!
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