It's disco night on "American Idol," and I think Jasmine Trias deserves to be the one to go. Her rendition of "Everlasting Love" was really pretty weak, and her second song, while better, was still weak compared to the others.
I thought the best performances of the night were LaToya's second song (hey, I listened to disco but I don't know all the song names) and Fantasia's version of Amii Stewart's "Knock on Wood."
Let me also acknowledge that Donna Summer joins Quentin Tarantino as guest judges who actually come across as something other than a lame-o Paula Abdul clone. You don't have to be totally harsh like Simon to offer some useful criticism. . . .
Finally, while I disappointed that no one sang Alicia Rivers' "I Love the Nightlife" or Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive," I suppose we can all be grateful that we weren't subjected to John Stevens' singing "MacArthur Park" . . . .