Last edited by loop9497; 02-21-2010 at 07:26 PM. Reason: Oops, meant "Poker," not "Polker"
The worst winner in Olympic history may just as well stay at home. Nobody cares for his ex. routine anyway.
Bring in Johnny Weir anyday.
I am not a huge Evan fan either, but I certainly think he did enough to win. Worst winner? By what standards? He did everything he planned and did it quite well. Anytime one's favs don't win, the winner is the "worst" ever. Pleeease. 42
for someone who is always upset with media hyperbole and "lies" it seems ironic that you would make such a broad statement that is also untrue... there are many who are VERY happy about and for Evan and will love watching him celebrate his win.Originally Posted by oxade21
I thought of you, Tonichelle, when he won. I was thinking you were probably very happy when you finally got to see him win. Rock on, Evan!
i've been really enjoying rewatching both of his routines 'on demand'. [on demand rocks!] he did really well.
Lysacek with program difficulty from 60s is a disgrace to this sport and should never skate again. That's all.
When exactly is the Gala? I was wondering since I'm pretty sure the pairs skaters are just hanging around the Olympic village since this isn't like the Summer Games where players can go home after their competitions if they don't want to attend the closing ceremony.
I'm looking forward to the gala and Evan's skate. I don't particularly care for his style, but I do think it will be interesting to see his transition from amateur to pro. I hope he starts revealing his personality a bit more during his exhibitions. Perhaps he can have as successful a professional career as Scott Hamilton or Kurt Browning? I don't know. He's so tall. Maybe he could work with Robin Cousins who also had height issues? I'm not exactly sure what he needs to do to make his programs more exciting....