The night's memorable moments:

Kiira Korpi, Finland: Why do I have a feeling we'll be seeing this girl in Maxim sometime soon? In the words of Dick Button, "My goodness!" Extra hot points for skating to "Fever."

Yelena Sokolova, Russia: Redeems herself from Tuesday's short program, when she had a Chernobyl-size meltdown. Why is it that all Russian skaters and gymnasts look like '80s New Jersey mall chicks?

Liu Yan, China: Dick Button has officially gone nuts. He's chastising Yan for not having her skates properly laced. He's the skate Nazi. No medal for you!

Susanna Poykio, Finland: Seriously, Button is around the bend. He just said this women's soufflé went "un-souffléd." He just made up a word! I guess in a sport with lutzes and salchows you can do that.

Miki Ando, Japan: Falls attempting to land the first quadruple in Olympic history. Seems to like it: just keeps falling after that.

Emily Hughes, U.S.: Wearing her lucky blue and skating a solid performance, Emily just seems to be having more fun than anyone else.

Carolina Kostner, Italy: Sadly for the local girl, this was the worst Kostner-related performance since The Postman.

Sasha Cohen, U.S.: Skating to "Romeo and Juliet" proves appropriate, as Sasha's two early falls are a tragedy. She toughs it out and skates flawlessly after that, but it's too little, too late. She was lucky to land a silver medal.

Shizuka Arakawa, Japan: This ice princess was as cool as the other side of the pillow. She deserved the standing ovation she received following a flowing and graceful gold-medal performance. Also, her two-tone Mulan-looking outfit was the best ensemble of the night. (Least masculine sentence I've ever written, right there.)

Kimmie Meissner, U.S.: Between Cohen, Hughes and Meissner, you get the feeling that U.S. figure skating is in good hands, er, feet for years to come.

Irina Slutskaya, Russia: Irina's flamenco number is a little sloppy, and a fall drops her all the way to the bronze medal. I take back what I said about the Russians, Slutskaya doesn't look like a New Jersey mall chick. She looks like the mom of a New Jersey mall chick.

Well, that's enough figure skating for me until about, I don't know, 2010. See ya in Vancouver!