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Who's it going to be, folks? With a Top 10 consisting of a mere two singers I don't care for, my chances of a happy ending tonight are limited.
But before we can get to any results, we're subjected to:
FINALLY, we make our way to some fancy new red chairs for the results.
Mitch, Earl and Mark. Mitch is safe! (You're welcome.) Earl is safe! Mark is also safe. Sadface. Crazy Newfies.
Sebastian and Drew. Drew is safe! Sebastian... is not! I'm surprised. I know the judges hated it, but it's Sebastian.
Mookie and Amberly. One is not safe, and it's... Mookie. Um, holy smokes. Wow. This is not going the way I expected.
Katherine, Adam and Theo. Theo's safe. Katherine's safe. Adam is TOAST.
Ben asks for the judges' comments, and Farley gives the T-O a little bawling out for not voting.
After the break, Ben heads right into the final decision, and the person going home is... Adam! Thank God.
I suppose it's ok if Mookie and Sebastian both get a little kick in the pants and realize they have to actually try from now on. I won't get into it at this point, but oh, how I wish this weren't simply a regional voting contest. Sigh.
Dude, Keith Mars has always been Canadian. Plus the show is based on some Toronto squad or something.
Isn't Theo's hair better. It isn't a huge mess anymore! Yay.
I was a little shocked at the bottom 3, I was prepared to be really angry and then luckily Adam went home.
I totally did not know Enrico Colantoni was/is Canadian! Either way, Keith Mars is a Californian.
Not only is Colantoni Canadian, but Flashpoint is the first Canadian show since Due South to air simultaneously air in both Canada and the U.S. in primetime. The fact that it was a big hit in Canada and a moderate hit in the U.S. is all the more exciting.