Phil Stacey says he has been looking forward to this week because Tony Bennett is his hero. Tony tells him he needs to put a little beat behind it and that he is one of the best singers he's ever heard. Yes, seriously. Phil's singing "Night and Day." He starts out weirdly, as per usual, and warms up in the middle, but then he starts to sound like he's trying to copycat Tony Bennett. Strong final note, though, which gets him a standing ovation. Randy says the big notes were good, but he didn't feel any passion, that it was disconnected. Paula says he's reminiscent of a young Frank Sinatra, but that he needs to have more joy and warm the vocals up not only in the chorus. Simon questions Paula about the Sinatra thing, then says it "had all the joy of somebody singing in a funeral parlor." Questioned by Ryan, he says he appreciates everything Randy says, but that he was trying to focus on his wife. Which is kind of awkward, since the comments were about his lack of passion and darkness and disconnectedness from the song. Really, the best comment was from Paula about needing to really hit the notes right beyond just the chorus (except she couched it in terms of "warmth," which wasn't exactly direct).