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About Last Night…THE VOICE and DEBRIS

April 27, 2021 by  


DEBRIS — “Do You Know Icarus” Episode: 109 — Pictured: (l-r) Riann Steele as Finola Jones, Keenan Tracey as Shelby, Jonathan Tucker as Bryan Beneventi — (Photo by: James Dittiger/NBC)

Let’s talk about Monday night’s TV!

THE VOICE: The good news: there were a lot of good/great performances last night. The bad news: a number of deserving contestants got cut.

Team Legend’s Rio and Zania was probably the closest of the night, for me, and I truly wish someone had stolen Rio. “Issues” is not an easy song to do justice to, and she absolutely nailed it.

The four-way knockouts are always tough, but I think my favorite was probably Carolina Rial’s take on “Anyone,” even though, my goodness, that song has been, uh, everywhere this month.  But it’s also crazy-hard, and she did a really powerful performance. Savanna Woods was probably second for me, with her take on “Black Hole Sun.”

DEBRIS: Okay, this was probably my favorite episode of the series thus far. I’m obviously a sucker for alternate timelines/worlds, and this was that, combined with the “repeating day” trope, which can be so fun. I’m sure the combination has been done before, but I can’t recall the two being mashed up quite like this. All of various Bryan partners cracked me up, but, woooow, that last sequence when he desperately tried to reach Finola and hope his crazy story would make sense was powerful. Clearly, she’s going to believe him, but how the heck are they going to fix this?

Which shows did you watch last night?

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