Last night, what seemed like the six-hundredth Blind Auditions episode of "The Voice" Season 3 aired--even though it was only the sixth. Yes, it's beginning to feel like the S3 auditions have been going on forevah, and my "The Day After" co-host Matt Whitfield and I are more than ready to move on to some Battle Rounds action: the exciting new "Steal" feature, a stage seemingly fashioned from a discarded neon WWE ring, a guest mentorship by Billie Joe Armstrong (that ought to be interesting), and a much-needed paring-down of this season's final 64 semifinalists.
However, on the plus side, last night's auditions episode was one of the strongest in "Voice" history, indicating that NBC has saved some of the best singers for last, as "The Voice" goes up against "Dancing With The Stars" and many other big fall TV shows. So Matt and I are still watching, of course.
From the return of Season 2's Dez Duron and the reinvention of Disney's Jordan Pruitt, to awesomeness of Fleetwood Mac-channeling indie girls Suzanna Choffel and Alexis Marceaux, to a general ranking of this season's four almost-complete teams, Matt and I break it all down for you in the video above. Enjoy!