Having climbed aboard the 'Sing Off' bandwagon one year and one episode late -- I only hopped on after watching the first episode of this season via Hulu on a sleepless Tuesday night -- I can confidently say that I never thought I'd so eagerly anticipate the final episode of a reality series featuring a cappella groups competing for a largely irrelevant record deal. (Because, um, why would that ever be a thing? But oh, is it a thing.)
Then again, I was a choir kid in high school. I was in an a cappella group, a girls' choir, a girls' ensemble, a madrigals group, a regional choir, a concert choir and a chamber choir all during my senior year. So, uh, if there was ever a built-in audience for a show, I'm it. But I haven't watched any other talent show for pleasure -- not even 'American Idol,' except that one year I had to report on the results for work. So what is it about 'The Sing Off' that got me to tune in?