Thursday, April 29, 2010

Amanda Kimmel the Twelfth Castaway Voted Off "Survivor 20: Heroes Vs. Villains"

On tonight's "Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains" Amanda Kimmel became the twelfth castaway voted off the show. The episode began with the aftermath of last week's shocking tribal council, where Parvati played two idols. Russell wasn't happy that Parvati kept one of her idols a secret from him. The Heroes weren't happy either that Russell had back stabbed them and voted out JT. At the shuffleboard Reward Challenge the team of Colby, Daniele and Amanda won and were treated to a trip to Robert Louis Stevenson's house. Once there, Daniele found the clue to a new hidden immunity idol in her popcorn, but Amanda saw her take it and went to grab it for herself. This led to an all out wrestling match in the middle of the floor, which eventually ended by Colby instructing Amanda to give the clue to Daniele. Back at camp, Daniele shared the clue with her alliance and when they went to look for it Russell unsurprisingly found it. Later, he used the idol as bait to lure Candice over to the Villains alliance. At the Immunity Challenge Jerri won her first ever individual immunity in a house of cards building contest. Before tribal council, Sandra tried to convince Candice to stick with the Heroes and vote out Parvati, but Candice wasn't having it. At tribal council a nervous Russell used his hidden idol but didn't need to since six votes for Amanda were enough to boot her.

Here's Amanda's Final Words...


A "Survivor" boot list has been leaked. To find out which castaways make it to the Final 3 read my secret post here!

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

Siobhan Magnus Voted Off "American Idol 9"

On tonight's "American Idol" results show 20 year old glassblower Siobhan Magnus became the seventh finalist voted off the show. Yesterday the Top 6 were mentored by and performed the songs of Shania Twain. The judges had a hard time picking any standouts, as all the contestants performed well. Tonight it was revealed that Michael Lynche, Casey James and Siobhan made up the Bottom 3, with Siobhan ultimately being sent home. Next week the remaining five singers perform Frank Sinatra songs and are mentored by Harry Connick Jr.

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

Jake Pavelka Voted Off Dancing w/ the Stars

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show "Bachelor" star Jake Pavelka became the fifth contestant voted out. Yesterday the seven remaining couples performed their normal routine as well as a swing dance marathon. Nicole Scherzinger again landed at the top of the judge's leaderboard with a 36, while Jake landed at the bottom with a 25. Tonight, the Bottom 2 were revealed to be Jake and Niecy Nash, with Jake ultimately getting the boot. Next week the six surviving stars return and perform a Team cha cha in addition to their regular dances. Tune in to find out which star is next to go!

Monday, April 26, 2010

Trump Rewards Contestants & Fires Nobody on Tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 3"

After a record breaking amount of money was raised on tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice 3" Donald Trump rewarded the contestants by not firing anybody. The episode began with Trump mixing up the teams by having Curtis join Tenacity and sending Sharon and Maria to RockSolid. He then informed the group that their new task was to create a workout class for 24 Hour Fitness. Because this task involved fund-raising, Sharon stepped up as project manager for RockSolid and Holly was picked for Tenacity. Right away RockSolid agreed that their class would be rock and roll themed while Tenacity picked the tag-line Buns & Guns. Even though RockSolid's class was a bit risque, their creativity and originality was appreciated by the execs. That earned them an extra $24,000 for their team. However, Tenacity still brought in more money overall from their donors and they easily won the task. That meant all $347,000 was given to Holly's charity. In the boardroom Trump made a shocking move and fired nobody, since both teams did a really good job. Next week the celebs won't be as lucky as one (or possibly two) stars will go home.

Sunday, April 25, 2010

"Detectives" Louie and Michael Avoid Elimination on "The Amazing Race 16"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 16" detectives Louie and Michael avoided elimination despite arriving last on this leg's Pit Stop. The episode began with the final four teams flying from Singapore to Shanghai, China. When they arrived they found the first of two Roadblocks on this leg of the race. One teammate had to hand make one kilogram of noodles to receive their next clue. When the task was completed, teams made their way to Shanghai's fashion district where they had to dress a model by following a sketch of an outfit. The final challenge was the second Roadblock, which the teammate who sat out the first Roadblock had to perform. That person had to complete a 96 piece puzzle in a football stadium and then give the puzzle to a group of fans in the bleachers. The cowboys were the first team to finish the tasks and made it to the Pit Stop first, earning them a trip for two to Alaska. Detectives Louie and Michael checked in last but were spared elimination and got a Speed Bump task for next week.

Here's this week's Elimination Station...


An "Amazing Race" boot list has been leaked. To find out which teams make it to the Final 3 read my secret post here!

Thursday, April 22, 2010

J.T. Thomas the Eleventh Castaway Voted Off "Survivor 20: Heroes Vs. Villains"

On tonight's "Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains" J.T. Thomas became the eleventh all-star voted off the show. The episode began with the Heroes and Villains tribes learning that it was time for the merge. Russell and his alliance of girls decided to continue acting like Russell was on the outs with their tribe, but that Parvati saved herself with a hidden idol. When the tribes merged, the Heroes were surprised to see that Parvati was still in the game but were relieved when Russell stated that he was still with them. Sandra, however, told Rupert the truth: that Russell was leading an alliance of girls and that no idols were played last tribal council. When Rupert told that to the other Heroes they didn't believe him and insisted Russell was still with them. At the Immunity Challenge the castaways hung onto poles in a bid for their first individual immunity. The challenge came down to Parvati and Danielle, with Parvati eventually stepping down since she already had a hidden idol. With Danielle safe, the Heroes decided to target Jerri since Parvati might play an idol. At tribal council Parvati played not one but two idols and gave one to Sandra and one to Jerri. With all votes for Jerri nullified the Villains' five votes for J.T. were more than enough to boot him.

Here's J.T.'s Final Words...


A "Survivor" boot list has been leaked. To find out which castaways make it to the Final 3 read my secret post here!

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Tim Urban Voted Off "American Idol 9"

On tonight's special "Idol Gives Back" results show Tim Urban became the sixth finalist voted off the show. Yesterday the Top 7 performed inspirational songs and were mentored by Alicia Keyes. Crystal Bowersox and Lee DeWyze were the standouts according to the judges. Tonight Casey James, Aaron Kelly and Tim Urban were revealed to be the Bottom 3. When the 2 hour plus "Idol Gives Back" telethon concluded Tim was given the boot. Next week the remaining six contestants are mentored by Shania Twain and perform her songs.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

Kate Gosselin Voted Off Dancing w/ the Stars

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show reality TV star Kate Gosselin was finally voted out. Yesterday the eight remaining couples danced to music from the movies. Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger regained the top spot on the judge's leaderboard with a near perfect 29 out of 30. Kate again landed at the bottom with a 15. Tonight, the Bottom 2 were revealed to be Kate and Pamela Anderson, with Kate getting the boot. Next week the seven stars pull double duty with their normal routine as well as a swing dance marathon. With the competition heating up, who will go home next?

Sunday, April 18, 2010

Bill Goldberg Fired on "Celebrity Apprentice"

On tonight's "Celebrity Apprentice" wrestler Bill Goldberg became the seventh star fired by the Donald. The episode began with Trump informing the cast that their new task was to makeover a country music singer and prepare them for an interview with People magazine. Cyndi Lauper was picked as project manager for the women, while Goldberg stepped up on the men's side. First up the teams negotiated who would get which singer, with the women eventually getting Emily West and the men getting Luke Bryan. Then the teams worked with the singers by coaching them for their interview, creating a press kit for them and giving them a makeover. Cyndi continued to clash with her team, but this time Sharon Osbourne was there to back her up. On the men's team Goldberg handed over most of the responsibilities to Bret Michaels. Later, season one runner-up Trace Adkins showed up to check on the teams. In the end the music execs thought the women did a better job overall and gave them the win. In the boardroom Donald felt Goldberg didn't lead the team very well and had no choice but to fire him.

Thursday, April 15, 2010

Courtney Yates the Tenth Castaway Voted Off "Survivor 20: Heroes Vs. Villains"

On tonight's "Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains" Courtney Yates became the tenth all-star voted off the show. The episode began with the Reward Challenge, where one member of each tribe squared off against a member of the opposing tribe in an endurance contest. The Villains won and were awarded a feast from Outback Steakhouse. At the reward Parvati found a clue to the whereabouts of a new hidden immunity idol and shared it only with Danielle. At the Heroes camp JT came up with a plan to give Russell their immunity idol to protect him from an assumed all girl alliance. At the Immunity Challenge Colby informed Russell of the plan and told him JT would hand him the idol after the challenge. Sure enough the Villains lost and JT slipped Russell the idol. When Russell returned to camp he showed the idol to his alliance of girls. Little did he know that Parvati and Danielle had found their camp's idol as well. After some debate about who should be voted out, Russell's gang decided Courtney should go and booted her at tribal council.

Here's Courtney's Final Words...


A "Survivor" boot list has been leaked. To find out which castaways make it to the Final 3 read my secret post here!

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

Andrew Garcia and Katie Stevens Both Eliminated on Tonight's "American Idol 9"

On tonight's "American Idol" results show Andrew Garcia and Katie Stevens were both voted off the show. Yesterday the Top 9 performed Elvis songs and were mentored by Adam Lambert. Crystal Bowersox, Lee DeWyze and Tim Urban were the standouts, according to the judges. On tonight's double elimination Andrew Garcia and Katie Stevens were revealed to have received the least amount of votes and were sent home. Michael Lynche, who was saved by the judges last week, wasn't even in the Bottom 3. Next week the contestants are mentored by Alicia Keyes and sing inspirational songs for "Idol Gives Back".

Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Soap Star Aiden Turner the Third Celebrity Voted Off "Dancing with the Stars 10"

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show soap star Aiden Turner became the third celeb voted off the show. Yesterday the nine couples received two scores for their dances: one for technique and one for performance. Evan Lysacek once again landed at the top of the judge's leaderboard with a 52 out of 60, while Kate Gosselin landed at the bottom with a 32. However, when the viewer votes were added it was Aiden who was sent home. Next week the Top 8 will dance to music from the movies and one contestant will be eliminated!

Monday, April 12, 2010

Olympian Michael Johnson Quits and Model Selita Ebanks Fired on "Celebrity Apprentice"

On the newest "Celebrity Apprentice 3" two stars went home: Olympian Michael Johnson quit and model Selita Ebanks was fired. The episode began with Trump announcing to the cast that Sharon Osbourne was still sick and wouldn't be participating in the task. Neither would Cyndi Lauper, who had to attend an event at the White House. That evened out the teams 4 to 4. The remaining celebs were then told that their new task was to create two commercials for Right Guard Total Defense deodorant. Basketball players Clyde Drexler and Scottie Pippen would be the stars of the ads. Curtis Stone was picked as project manager for the men, while Holly Robinson Peete was chosen for the women. The women's idea for the ad was "The First Moments of Funk" where a mom discovers her son needs to use deodorant. The men's ad featured two boys trying to figure out why their basketball hero doesn't smell. During the task Bret Michaels learned that his daughter was being tested for Diabetes, but Bret didn't give up and continued working on the ads. The same couldn't be said for Michael Johnson, who told Trump he was leaving the show for "family issues". In the boardroom Trump revealed that, while the execs liked both team's commercials, the men had won. Losing project manager Holly picked Maria and Selita as the weakest members of their team. Trump admired Holly and Maria's fighting spirit but felt Selita didn't give it her all. Thus, she became the sixth person booted from the show.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

"Dating Couple" Carol Rosenfeld & Brandy Snow Eliminated from "The Amazing Race 16"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 16" dating couple Carol Rosenfeld and Brandy Snow became the seventh team eliminated from the race. The episode began with the five teams traveling via bus and train from Malaysia to Singapore. When they arrived, first place team Dan and Jordan took advantage of the race's only Fast Forward. The brothers made their way to the Singapore Flyer, a 541 foot Ferris wheel where they had to cross a ladder from one pod to the other. They eventually completed the task and checked into the Pit Stop first. Meanwhile, the other teams had to go to the Victoria Theater where "Amazing Race Asia" host Allan Wu gave them their Detour. The choice of tasks was between learning and performing a complex drum routine or selling 25 ice cream sandwiches to the locals. Brent and Caite were the first team to complete the Detour and were faced with a U-Turn. Unsurprisingly they decided to use it on Carol and Brandy, forcing the lesbians to do both Detour tasks. Next up was the Roadblock where one team member had to count the number of links in a large anchor chain. Finally the teams zip-lined 1,200 feet before checking into the Pit Stop. Carol and Brandy couldn't overcome the U-Turn and arrived last, eliminating them from the race.

Here's this week's Elimination Station...


An "Amazing Race 16" boot list has been leaked. To find out which teams make it to the finals read my secret post here!

Thursday, April 8, 2010

Benjamin "Coach" Wade the Ninth Castaway Voted Off "Survivor 20: Heroes Vs. Villains"

On tonight's "Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains" Benjamin "Coach" Wade became the ninth castaway voted out of the game. The episode began with the aftermath of the Villain's decision to vote out Boston Rob. Over on the Heroes tribe JT secretly went looking for the hidden immunity idol, but right when he found it Amanda spotted him. He was then forced to show the idol to everyone else and the tribe planned on using it against the Villains. At the bowling themed Reward Challenge the Heroes again beat the Villains earning themselves a pizza and beer feast. Back at the Villains camp Sandra devised a plan to persuade Russell to vote out Coach. Russell liked the idea but his alliance partner Danielle wanted to boot Courtney. At the Immunity Challenge the Heroes beat the Villains for the fourth time in a row. At tribal council Sandra's plan worked although Russell voted out Courtney and Danielle voted out Coach. Any way you slice it four votes were enough to get rid of Coach.

Here's Coach's Final Words...


A "Survivor" boot list has been leaked. To find out which castaways make it to the Final 3 read my secret post here!

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

Michael Lynche Saved on "American Idol"

On tonight's "American Idol" results show 26 year old Michael Lynche avoided elimination when the judges used their one and only save on him. Yesterday the nine finalists performed songs by John Lennon and Paul McCartney. Casey James, Katie Stevens and Crystal Bowersox were the standouts according to the judges. On tonight's results show Michael landed in the Bottom 3 along with Andrew Garcia and Aaron Kelly. Shockingly Michael was revealed to have received the fewest votes and was forced to sing for his survival. Luckily for him the judges unanimously agreed to save him. That means two contestants will have to go home next week when the contestants perform Elvis songs with guest mentor Adam Lambert.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Buzz Aldrin Voted Off Dancing with the Stars

On tonight's "Dancing with the Stars" results show 80 year old former astronaut Buzz Aldrin became the second celeb voted off the show. Yesterday the ten couples tried to tell a story through their dances. Evan Lysacek landed at the top of the judge's leaderboard with a 26 out of 30, while Buzz landed at the bottom with a paltry 13. Tonight, when the viewer votes were added, former "Bachelor" Jake Pavelka joined Buzz in the Bottom 2. In the end Jake was spared and Buzz was sent "moon"-walking. Next week the remaining nine couples will receive two judge's scores: one for technique and one for performance. Will it finally be time to put Kate Gosselin out of her misery or will she make it through another week? Tune in next week to find out!

Monday, April 5, 2010

Rod Blagojevich Fired on "Celeb Apprentice"

On the fourth episode of "Celebrity Apprentice 3" former Illinois governor Rod Blagojevich was finally fired by Donald Trump. The episode began with Trump calling the celebs back into the boardroom to pick new project managers. Rod was chosen on the men's side, while Victoria's Secret supermodel Selita Ebanks stepped up on the women's side. Trump then informed the teams that the two project managers would be flying to a mystery destination while the rest of the team stayed in New York. When Rod and Selita boarded the plane they learned that they were flying to Orlando and that their task was to design an interactive 3-D experience promoting Universal Studios' new Harry Potter attraction. While Selita automatically started texting and emailing her teammates, Rod's inability to use technology hindered his communication with his team. When he finally did contact the others he put Bret in charge of design. The two teams then built the experiences and gave their presentations to the execs and some young Harry Potter fans. The kids were more impressed with the women's job, which meant Selita won $20,000 for her charity. In the boardroom Rod picked Michael and Curtis as the two weakest members, but Trump thought he should have chosen Bret. In the end Rod's poor performance as project manager left Trump no choice but to fire him.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

"Father/Daughter" Steve and Allie Smith Eliminated from "The Amazing Race 16"

On tonight's "Amazing Race 16" father/daughter duo Steve and Allie Smith became the sixth team eliminated from the race. The episode began with the six teams flying from the Seychelles islands to Penang, Malaysia. When they arrived they made their way to the Snake Temple where a Detour awaited them. The choice of tasks was between carrying twelve large incense sticks to the top of a temple or balancing a large flag on your forehead and running across a field. Jet and Cord were the only team to choose the flag task and completed it in record time. However, they still had to perform their Speed Bump which was identifying the correct tea from some crushed spices. While other teams were struggling with the incense task Jet and Cord took the lead and got to the Roadblock first. There, one team member had to find a colored coconut and then use that coconut to create a traditional Hindu float. After the cowboys completed the task they checked into the Pit Stop first and were awarded a trip for two to Maui. Steve and Allie weren't so lucky as they arrived last and were eliminated.

Here's this week's Elimination Station...


An "Amazing Race 16" boot list has been leaked. To find out which teams make it to the Final 3 read my secret post here!

Thursday, April 1, 2010

Boston Rob Mariano the Eighth Castaway Voted Off "Survivor 20: Heroes Vs Villains"

Many fans were undoubtedly saddened tonight when Boston Rob Mariano became the eighth person voted off "Survivor: Heroes Vs. Villains". The episode began with the aftermath of last week's shocking tribal council, where Tyson essentially voted himself out of the game. The next day the tribes met up for the Reward Challenge, which the Heroes finally won and were awarded a feast at a nearby waterfall. At the reward the tribe also received a clue to the whereabouts of a new hidden immunity idol. Back at the Villains camp Russell and Parvati tried to persuade Jerri to join them and Danielle to take out Rob. Jerri wasn't taking the bait at first, but eventually she started to change her mind. Coach wasn't happy with that, as he wanted to stay aligned with Boston Rob. At the Immunity Challenge the Heroes again defeated the Villains helping Colby bond with his tribe. At the Villains tribal council Coach's indecision and throwaway vote for Courtney meant Russell's gang had enough votes to boot Boston Rob.

Here's Rob's Final Words...


A "Survivor" boot list has been leaked. To find out which castaways make it to the Final 3 read my secret post here!