Cracked me up. I didn't really understand the song about Jesus and gravity, but as always, I say 'yay for Jesus,' and I thought that gravity was a dicey topic for Dolly, but that line of hers was the best I've heard all week.
I was all set to watch AI when somewhere around half-time, three fire trucks stopped right in front of my house with all of their lights going. Even though I thought my block might be exploding or there might be a manhunt for a dangerous criminal, I could barely tear myself away. But I did. Long enough to wake up Jorge and make him put on a coat and go out and ask them what was up. So I had all my bases covered.
Well, I don't think anyone was surprised that Ramiele was sent home, bless her little heart. One of the oddest moments of the night was looking at bottom three, with Ramiele stuck between the two Amazon Blondes. The other weird moment was Kristy Lee revealing her note about reserving a seat on Bottom Three Row. It's like when a person announces some flaw to the world so that he/she can be sure everyone else knows that he/she already knows about said flaw, and the world has nothing on them, "so, there!" Ick.
So that's it. Outside, there was a smelly gas line. We didn't explode. Inside, Ramiele had leaky eyes, but she didn't explode on stage, bless her little heart. Why do I watch this show year after year. I do not know. Maybe it was just to get to the point to hear and fully appreciate Dolly Parton saying, "I've Got Jesus, and you've got Simon" to Ryan. That is good TV Y'all!