"He lives with constant flashes of intrusive memory."
Flashpoint seems to always have villains that pull off the genius kidnappings that ultimately backfire. Last season, Spike was taken hostage for his computer skills.
The group song this week is The Who's "My Generation." It's not bad, exactly, but it is pretty annoying. Of course, the song itself is annoying no matter who sings it.
The most exciting thing that happens is Sebastian stands on the judges' table and sings "I hope you die before I get old" to Zack. No, I lied.
Good evening, and welcome to Sixties Night on Canadian Idol. During which Ben Mulroney will (unironically) wear a white v-neck t-shirt under a beige suit. The whole time.
By the way, you may have noticed that I'm not Ariana. She's busy this week helping to plan and execute her best friend's wedding, and she asked me (Mandi) to fill in for her.
The most important question raised tonight is whether Ben Mulroney truly feels that Tuesday nights are somehow less formal than Mondays and therefore that his super-square dark jeans and white sneakers look is justified.
Unsurprisingly, tonight's standout performances come from Sebastian, Amberly and Theo, with everyone else turning in reasonably solid work in their own right.
Welcome back, Show! I love you and I hate you and I can't tear my eyes off of you.