Found October 25, 2011 on
Only one week after Brad May and Annabelle Langlois were eliminated but earned a second chance through the judges' save, the couple was officially and irreversibly bounced from Battle of the Blades Monday night.
It was a bed of their own making. A night after committing a number of slips that earned them the bottom spot on the leaderboard, Canada agreed that Brad and Annabelle sucked way hard, and sentenced them to the Monday night skateoff. There, the couple made yet another mistake, botching the throw that was central to their performance, and earning their tickets home.
In other words, last week's judges' save accomplished absolutely nothing apart from needlessly prolonging this dreadful competition by one week. Was this to torture me? I wondered. I was briefly concerned that Brad and Annabelle were somehow going to get saved again, only to be eliminated next week, then saved again, and on and on until I realized I had been dead for a year and this was my Hell.
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