Kristy Lee Cook talks to Ryan about how every night she looks through her photo albums every night to stay connected with home. Aww. She's singing "You've Got to Hide Your Love Away," which she says she picked based on the title even though she didn't really know the song. She's turned it into a cheesy power ballad, which is an interesting choice. She brings some decent big notes, but I predict the judges are going to use the word "pitchy," too. Randy says this is one of his favorite Beatles songs, and the arrangement was "interesting" (we're on the same page), but kind of boring. Paula picks up on something else he says about messing with the melody and that sometimes it works better if you stick with the original arrangement. But it's OK, Kristy Lee, because "this is the best you have ever looked." (Does she ever say this to the men? "Oh, that was a weird choice, but gosh, you look so good in those pants, so don't worry your pretty little head about it?" Sorry about the eye-rolling digression here; I'll get back to the show now.) She adds that it was a little safe but good. Simon says she needs "something like hypnosis because the problem is you are not a good a performer. ... It's like musical wallpaper in that you notice it, but you can't remember. You're making no impact, apart from last week, when you were terrible."