Advertisements Really, no thread at all? For those who watched The Singing Bee, I thought this one was much better, although it definitely lends itself to the FF button like many of the new crop of game shows. However, the format seems much more refined and thought out than The Singing Bee, which seemed rather hastily thrown together (which it was). Basically, it's like the recent slate of game shows, where each question is worth an increasing amount of money. After the fifth question, they've earned $25k and they then can't leave with less than that. If the contestant gets 10 correct in a row, they win $1 million. There are nine styles of music and the contestant picks a style for each question. Then two different songs from that style are shown and the contestant chooses which they feel they know better. Then the music starts and they have to start singing along. The segments of music they have to sing are much longer than on The Singing Bee, and then at some point the music stops and they have to get the next four* words correct. *As the value of the questions increase, the number of words that must be correct also increases. There are three "Backups" (lifelines) which the contestant can use at any time. If the contestant gets all nine styles of music correct, they will have won $500k and will then have a chance to risk it all on the $1 million question. The next episode of Don't Forget the Lyrics is on again tonight (Thursday, 7/12/07) for those of you who missed it.