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American Idol Episode: "American Idol"

Season 6, Episode 16
Episode Synopsis: Kellie Pickler sings “I Wonder,” and four more contestants---two male and two female singers---are voted off.
Original Air Date: Mar 1, 2007

March 1, 2007: "Sorry, Wrong Number." Season 6, Episode 16

This was a total upset. Nick and Alaina were two of our four to be sent home and America agreed. But they kept Sanjaya and Antonella, and I just don't understand. Both of them add nothing. All I can say is they must come from rich families and have been paying people to vote for them; there is no other explanation. Leslie was also sent home. I get that, but AJ was one of the more talented voices we heard this whole competition. I am beside myself. The PG is beside herself as well. I think the judges were nearly as surprised as the rest of us. Some highlights: Ryan: We just got rid of Nick. PG: Gosh darn it. PSP: Was that sarcasm? The PG just rolled her eyes. Alaina is going home. High five! Sundance cries - OK, what's that all about? The PG does not like Ryan's outfit. PG: Did he steal his outfit from Fox Mulder? Kellie looks like Tammy Wynette with boobs! When Ryan asks her what she spent her money on, she replies, "shoes," but we know those "Ds" were a recent purchase. I love JT-alike with his hot white belt. AJ is going home. Wow, what an upset!!! PG: That was just wrong. PSP: All I can say is, I guess a lot of voters are from the Midwest and they don't understand AJ's talent. AJ far surpassed Sanjaya in every single way. AJ will go far on his own. America is letting Antonella stay. She has a b*tchy personality, and the Peanut Gallery and I don't like her. Although, we weren't that sorry to see Leslie go, she wasn't supposed to go this week. She also gets credit for the best line of the season: "Why did I decide to scat? Americans don't care for jazz." PSP: We were only half right. PG: No, we were 100 percent right, America was wrong. Can we have a round of applause for the Peanut Gallery, known in civilian life as my sister Wendy? Thanks! See y'all next week for another round. show less
This was a total upset. Nick and Alaina were two of our four to be sent home and America agreed. But they kept Sanjaya and Antonella, and I just don’t understand. Both of them add nothing. All I can say is they must come from rich families and have been paying people to vote for them; there is no other explanation. Leslie was also sent home. I get that, but AJ was one of the more talented voices we heard this whole competition. I am beside myself. The PG is beside herself as well. I think the judges were nearly as surprised as the rest of us.Some highlights: Ryan: We just got rid of Nick….PG: Gosh darn it.PSP: Was that sarcasm?The PG just rolled her eyes. Alaina is going home. High five!Sundance cries — OK, what’s that all about? The PG does not like Ryan’s outfit.PG: Did he steal his outfit from Fox Mulder?Kellie looks like Tammy Wynette with boobs! When Ryan asks her what she spent her money on, she replies, "shoes," but we know those "Ds" were a recent pu... read more

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Premiered: June 11, 2002, on FOX
Rating: TV-PG
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Premise: The smash reality series showcases wannabe pop stars competing for a record deal by crooning for a panel of judges, including, most entertainingly, the acid-tongued Simon Cowell, who departed the show in 2010 after serving for nine seasons. The judges review a performer's talent (or lack thereof), and at-home viewers then vote for their favorite potential star. The show helped launch the careers of such artists as Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Jennifer Hudson and Adam Lambert.

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