Carrie

Carrie: Okay. So the way I see
it, Carrie wins next week and, duh, moves to Nashville. (She even favors Nashville native Reese Witherspoon.) Then, one
morning at the Do-nut Den, she meets Mr. Roboto, falls in love, and
well, the whole happily ever-after thing. (If this post makes no sense,
you’re flunking pop culture 101.)

  • Cole

    Wouldn’t Mr. Roboto be one lucky guy if that happened?

  • Lena

    I hope you’re right. I don’t want Bo to win. Either way, I think it’s a good chance that we could see them at the donut den. But instead of double-fisting apple fritters, Bo would be trying to snort his powdered donut.

  • rex

    Lena, Lena. You’re being too tough on my fellow Alabama native. Very funny, however.

  • rex

    Actually, come to think of it, the two finalists are separated at birth from Reese Witherspoon and Travis Tritt.

  • Mr Roboto

    …desperately googling “carrie”…

  • Lena

    i don’t think i was too harsh — he’s a known drug user, why does america (read: 14-year olds) keep voting for him? it’s not like he’s a heart throb like that Constantine. OK, most people who read this are totally going to think i’m talking about the emperor.

  • Tom

    I’m voting Bo bigtime. Considering the fact that Carrie would be just like every other popstress out there except this time with a country twang for some variety, what was the point of having her be the “Idol” winner – they could have picked her off the street for the same result. Quit the sameness, Bo should win on GP.

  • rex

    Geez. After all these years, I finally discover what the seven readers of the rexblog really want to discuss. Anyway, Tom. What you say is probably correct. At least that’s what a Billboard.com poll is suggesting. America wants a redneck druggie as its idol. However, I do think Carrie will be a big star, no matter what. She’ll come to Nashville and record crap that I wouldn’t be caught dead listening to, however.

  • Sany

    Thank you very much!