It was fitting that, tonight of all nights, the two guest performers would be Olate Dogs and Terry Fator.
Both acts are former winners of America's Got Talent. The first, Olate Dogs, who were there to promote their new album (no, I am not making that up), absolutely did not deserve to win by any measure, while the second, Terry Fator, is the act that every jerk and nimrod who makes atrocities like the Olate Dogs' victory possible will insist did not deserve to win by any measure.
As an added bonus, they had Tom Cotter (another undeserving finalist) hosting the Snapple viewing party, and later, during a segment in which Cannon claimed to be out and about in New York looking for a possible Season 9 winner.
So regardless of whether your head is on straight and on the outside of your ass or not, you were reminded that America can absolutely get the vote wrong.
Cannon also, during a prerecorded bit in which he claimed ot be looking for Season 9 talents, happened upon two members of Team X-Pogo, who had auditioned for AGT during Season 5 and failed to pass the Vegas round.
As you might have guessed, this means the obligatory minimum article length for the Examiner has been covered by ranting, both at the judges, and at America.
Which is a load of bull in the context Stern implied, yet it still wound up being proven correct.
Yes, that's right ladies and gentlemen. Only after I finally recognize the true worth of the KriStef Brothers does America finally dump them. And in favor of something that made their brand of comedy look like The Comedy of Errors by comparison.
It had previously been revealed, by the way, that Mel B. would have said that she didn't like Taylor Williamson's performance, provided that Williamson, with help from Stern and Mandel, had not deprived her of the opportunity to speak altogether.