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Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by markymark_ctown, Jun 5, 2013.
Not a fan of acts that have to leave the stage.
I like it when the bad acts leave the stage never to be seen again.
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So do you think that Nick was in on it (Nick: "He's taking my snacks"), or that the magician happened to be using the same brand/size snacks that they were providing to Nick? Seems a bit suspect to me. Very good trick either way, though.
I don't think those were actually Nick's snacks at all, just another one of those silly things Nick says in his 'duties' as ringmaster. I didn't take a close look at the bag, but I didn't immediately recognize it as something I knew. I just figured it could be either (a) a regional brand of something that I wouldn't know about in the Midwest or (b) a generic 'popcorn' snack bag or something like that - along the lines of a pop can that says "Cola" on it. The guy's own prop that he brought with him, not something he just found there and chose to utilize.
The popcorn bag was Orville Redenbocker brand. Aren't they an AGT sponsor?
Yes - they are. Makes total sense that it could be a 'gimmicked' bag with the promotional tie in. (As I mentioned, I didn't pay much attention to the bag, so thanks for pointing that out!)
i just watched this trick and he took the bill and immediately held it up to the camera and the serial number matched what was read. There wasn't any cut away, so I don't see how he could have swapped the bill. I'm not saying he couldn't have, but even in slow mo it didn't show (or they cut part of the act).
I don't watch this show, but I saw something on the young man singing opera, this morning, so I found the video and watched him.
Love him! These are the stories that I love and, of course, his talent is brilliant. I cried. I don't know what the song was about but it sounded so tragic. I hope he has every success after having to deal with the awfulness of his 'family' in tossing him out for being gay. I loved how Howie said they were his family now and they are very proud of him.
Con te Partiro (loosely translated in the English version as "Time to say Goodbye" but a literal translation of the title is "I will go with you".) Andrea Boccelli and Sarah Brightman have both recorded it.
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I agree, and it would kill me to have to watch this without a DVR and/or to watch it without doing something else, like playing with an ipad during the backstories.
The content-to-noise ratio of the auditions in poor and getting poorer. I thought in the beginning of the series we were able to see many more acts than we do now.
I also noticed last week a lack of "bad" acts. It's taking some of the suspense out of it, I no longer wonder if each act is going to be good or bad, but generally assume it's going to be good. The exception is a rapid-fire assortment of 4 bad acts, usually timed for the middle of the episode. It's becoming too predictable.
I dislike almost all of the acts with kids. They're almost universally a kid doing something well that you would expect the kid to not be able to do. It's not the "best talent" in America; it's average talent from an unexpected source.
I feel the same way about people-who-don't-look-like-opera-singers-singing-opera, now a recurring theme on the show. They aren't really good opera singers. They're just average singers with an unconventional physical appearance for the genre.
Weightlifters moving on to Vegas? Really?
Loved the female singer toward the end of last night's show...great pipes!
Don't forget that in years past a significant number of the acts that "go to Vegas" literally don't leave the airport.
Did I miss something or was there no ridiculously bad acts (or even a single "X") in the latest episode? Was there even a montage of bad acts?
I don't recall hearing the buzzer either.
I liked it that way!
Im hoping there is a show that is all Xs. To me - the best part of auditions are the totally bad acts.
Only caught part of an episode on my DVR, not sure what night it was from. It was the you magician. Was he 16? He made the dollar bill transport into the chip bag.
How'd he do that?
I would have no interest in watching that, this weeks show was perfect, no crap acts.
i always wondered how such a large group would indeed be able to move to vegas and do a full time show. but yet they let groups like the military wives in for fluff i guess.
i cant remember all the past winners but has a 'large group' ever won?
I don't think they move to Las Vegas any more, but they headline "a show" in Vegas. and do a national tour with the rest of the Top Ten acts.
Usually the winner has been a sionger, but "Big groups" have made the finale (e.g., Team Iluminate in 2011, Fighting Gravity in 2010).