Back in the red room (I guess they are running short today), Chris Richardson tells Ryan he's going to be singing "Geek in the Pink." (I squeal about Jason Mraz being sung; my husband probably rolls his eyes, but they're glued to World of Warcraft, so it's hard to tell.) But first, Brandon Rogers is up. He is dedicating his song to his grandmother. He sings "Time After Time." In his interview, he expressed worry about the song being too slow, but that the lyrics were too fitting, so he was going for it anyway. It's sweet, but not uber-memorable. (But his mom is crying in the audience. Awww.) Randy says he liked the sentiment, but that the song didn't do enough for him vocally. Brandon says he was trying to put his heart into the song and that he didn't feel like it needed anything extra. Paula says she felt his heart and that he didn't have to oversing. Simon says he loves grandmas, but, "It's a singing competition. You have got to come out here, Brandon, and do what four or five of these girls did last week and make a wow impact." Brandon wishes happy birthday to his dad. Simon goes, "By the way, it's my mum's birthday ... in November. ... And I like puppies." Methinks Simon isn't the most sentimental dude around.