There's basically no way that "Fierce Five: A Lifetime Original Movie" isn't already in production, right? Except, in the lifetime version, one of them has a baby and leaves it in a trash can in the Olympic villiage (because this happens in all Lifetime movies).
Kevin: He compared Scott to a disposable feminine cleansing product one might use on a summer's eve.
Meagan: Yeah, and the bag it came in. -The Big Bang Theory, performed by the Canadian WTT team and interpreted by Cyn.
I love McKayla. She could be my child. I want her to have her own TV show. She doesn't need those other 4.
Your program sucks and your partner just fell: lay down and play dead or think Feck this and do a Th3A at the end of the program: Aliona Savchenko: Definition of a competitor
i think mckayla would be on an edgier network that allows cursing
if she doesnt show up to show an episode of drag race down the line i'll eat my hat
I feel like I'm in a dream. But it can't be a dream because there are no boy dancers!
Today is Doomsday. Alternate side of the street parking will be in effect.
Seriously, that facial expression now makes her silver medal finish so much more fun than if she had won gold.
Ahhhhh, I still wish she could've won gold. Dammit.
And I know I can't have it both ways but is there any way the judging panel can realize they are about to tie two performers and then figure out a way to prevent themselves from doing it? Say, score Aly Raisman a hundredth of a point lower. I mean I feel there must be an automatic .2 deduction for just existing (see: mckayla's team vault score) so could they raise or lower that just slightly when they realize the performers score results in a tiebreak?
Hm, I should take these suggestions straight to the FIG and IOC. Something tells me they will be won over by my astounding intellect and creativity.
For all-around, I feel like if it's tied, then leave it tied.
Scoring is so complex now ties will be fairly rare so they should just award two medals if there is a tie. It is ridiculous they didnt have tiebreakers back in the 80s when they could have used them, yet have them now.
That isn't fairly rare- that's downright common.
Though I still think they should award 2 medals.
That's how it is for individual scores, which I think is the right way to go. But the way they tiebreak AA score is nothing BUT random and just plain weird. The fact that not all four scores are considered when it comes to deciding an AA medal is just ???? and pretty wrong, IMHO.
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