Captain’s Corner: Repeat Offenders, Contenders

Let the mind games begin. As the auditions go on, we start to learn a lot of things; the relationship between Harry Connick and Keith Urban is hilarious and bring credibility and fun… Continue reading

Cashing Out: Watt is Going On?

1) Missing the Rejects I wish they would sprinkle in a little bit more of the really shitty singers, 3 just isn’t enough. Plus if you didn’t have these, where would William Hung… Continue reading

The Golden Ticket – Episode 3

That might have been the most controversial audition episode in American Idol history. Can’t complain about how they’ve done the episodes so far; we’re seeing a lot more people get in because instead… Continue reading

He Has Returned!

ORLANDO – If you like to follow local talent on singing contests, you’ll want to catch “American Idol” this week. Mount Dora’s David Oliver Willis, who made it to the “Idol” Top 40 last year… Continue reading

In Least Surprising News Ever, Underwood Made the Most Money of any Ex-Idol in 2013

CMT – Simon Cowell was only half right. When he told Carrie Underwood he predicted that she’d not only winAmerican Idol back in 2005 but that she’d sell more records than any other previous Idol winner, he didn’t… Continue reading

The Captain’s Corner – Take My Breath Away

Everybody is getting to Hollywood this year. I don’t know if the Austin and San Francisco episode was as good as Boston and Austin – they certainly weren’t as fun to say –… Continue reading

Cashing Out: Leaving Our Heart In San Francisco

1) San Fran huh? It’s like Idol is doing a tour of C-Money’s favorite U.S. cities. I f’n love San Fran – Alcatraz, Danny Tanner, nice bridge, Anchor Steam etc. A few of… Continue reading

The Golden Ticket – Episode 2

Where the hell is American Idol? Fuck it. What they’re showing is so much better. Tonight’s episode didn’t feature the same talent as last night, but it was still good. The focus wasn’t… Continue reading

The Captain’s Corner: Massholes

Did American Idol just get better? The premiere had to be a tease. It had to be. These tryouts are rarely about the talent; it’s about pushing sappy stories, judges’ hijinks and people… Continue reading