Friday, August 12, 2005 2:02:50 AM
For ur information smartass, cowell BROUGHT pop idol , or american idol whatever the drat u wanna call it. i live in us but ingland is the coolest place on earth, and Ive never seen the british vertion, but im sure its pretty much the same only ppl hate cowell with an accent. i thought it was prettey cool, simon kept his cool as useual, and I really look up to simon because he and like 5 other ppl are the only ones that wont say what you wanna hear, but what you wanna hear.
Wednesday, March 16, 2005 7:41:20 AM
If Simon Cowell was so unwanted, they wouldnt have asked him onto American Idol, which I must point out was a copy of Pop Idol, the British show which starred Simon too. If Americans have a problem, then they shouldnt take our shows (yes that includes The Weakest Link). I just think its another pathetic display of American humour based on insult, innuendo, and slapstick. Not funny.
Saturday, February 12, 2005 8:48:59 PM
"I don't think you`re quite getting Triumph. The idea isn`t "Here`s a man with a puppet saying mean things to people." The idea is "Here is the utterly surreal dog puppet thing whose wit is so sharp it flays everyone alive regardless of who they are." Everything and everyone is a thing for Triumph "to poop on." And he just does it so well."
It`s not a case of not getting it, thats a poor defence of the supposed humour. That may be surreal to you guys, but it`s not for us. We had Rod Hull and his Emu puppet attacking people decades ago. We`ve known for ages that having a puppet allows certain behavioural rules to be broken, and you`re only just catching on. And as for sharp wit? Nonsense, Simon hardly even bothered to give him anything to reply to, and no doubt the puppeteer had plenty of time to prepare.