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Finding the Weakest Link



I can't say enough good things about the series. It's fantastic. I love Linda Perry. Sure, I was a fan of hers when she had he time, but I'm more a fan of her as a teacher, which is exactly what she is. She is drilling home the idea that you have to put yourself out there and risk looking foolish if you want to get to the real 'you'. And the way she does that is basically making up songs on the fly and ad-libbing made up lyrics that don't mean much. It's all about phonetics, which is what Sammy Hagar does on pretty much every song he jams on for the first time. We get 3 such songs in this episode, but I think my favorite is the one she does with the Black sisters (can't remember their names at the moment). Linda scats out a bass line, which the bass player picks up and they are off and running. It gave me chills just to see everyone bring it....even if it didn't make sense. It was a thing of beauty to watch.

Well, the first house guest gets the boot and Linda chose wisely. They got rid of 'Boy Band' Dude or whatever his name is. He looks, acts and sounds like a poseur. He will never be heard from again. Anyway, great episode.
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