The Noah Wyle of "Falling Skies" is a Noah Wyle you've never seen before.
Welcome to Tuesday (June 14) night's installment of "The Voice."
Yes, I know that I hated 7/8ths of last Tuesday's episode and expressed the desire to politely walk away from recapping duties on a show I'm not especially enjoying at this point. But y'all convinced me that Team Christina and Team Blake were the two weakest teams and that things will be better with performances from Team Adam and Team Cee-Lo.Â
It's time to test that theory... After the break.
If it's Sunday night, I've gotta be live-blogging something.
Last week? That awful MTV thing.Â
This week? The Tony Awards. I haven't seen any of this year's nominated shows, but I like the Tonys, because I enjoy going to the theater and in my Sideways reality, I live in New York City and I've seen everything.Â
So click through for a live-blog of Neil Patrick Harris and an evening-long coronation for "The Book of Mormon."
Does anybody else feel like they're pretty much making it up as they go along on "The Voice"?
Before the show premiered, the hype was all about the Blind Auditions. Those lasted for all of two episodes. Then there were the Battle episodes, which somehow stretched a total of 16 performances over four episodes of the most padded TV programming imaginable. And starting tonight (June 7)? Well, NBC's calling Tuesday's show the start of the Quarter-Finals, but other than a couple vague and confusing videos, it's been impossible to know what to expect from the two-hour live episode. That makes life hard on your Friendly Neighborhood Recapper.
It turns out that we're getting performances from two teams tonight. Team Christina's Wailing Divas will go up against Team Blake's Insecure Hipsters. I think I'm going to recap the episode like I'd recap any "American Idol" performance episode, but I'm as clueless about what tonight's episode entails as y'all are. So click through for... something.