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No. 1 Love Story
Seeing those picture of Scotty and his boyfriend was cute, but didn't clinch him the top spot. This one may actually be a tie. On the one hand we have Nick's revelation that he thought he found the love of his life at sixteen and moved in with her only to have his heart broken. Hold on a sec, let's back up. Sixteen? How old was this girlfriend? Was she just his next door neighbor? Did they just "run away" together, stay at the local park until sundown, and then head home once they got hungry? Did she then break up with him for his poor planning of their grand escape/emancipation thus leaving him dateless for the junior prom? Clearly we have a lot of questions about this. However Melissa then chimes in with one of her odd lines, explaining that she's been on the prowl because she doesn't want to be forty and miss her "reproductive years." Why do we get the feeling that she leads with that every time she meets a potential suitor? Draw.
No. 1 Moment of Awkward Keyboard Usage
Was it just us, or was the image of Jes balancing that enormous keyboard on her tiny little legs while sitting in a gazebo super awkward? There were definitely stands for the keyboards when they panned to all the instruments. Why not make use of them? It seemed like if she had tried to play the keys on either end, the keyboard totally would have fallen over.
No. 1 Most Familiar Song Title
We're pretty sure this may be a stretch for you, but cast your minds back to 2003. Remember Stacie Oricco and her smash hit Stuck? No? OK fine, just us. But she proclaims that she's "stuck on you," which came to mind when Nick sang his hook Stuck on You. Very different songs, but we really couldn't let the chance to mention Stacie Oricco slip away.
I don't blame Melissa one iota for expressing her feelings. Her complaint was about attitude. The judges have not seemed to have learned yet that they may be courteous, even kind, to the contestants.
Suggestion: Watch how Curtis Stone treated the Top Chef Masters contestants. He was unfailingly kind and respectful to them. Important lesson there.
It's a huge turnoff to viewers, too, when the judges of Platinum Hit are not more kind.