Wild Card Show

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Australian Idol - Rules - Semi-finals
... At the end of the last group results, a special wild card round was held, where the 10 previously rejected contestants were given a second chance to make it to the finals ... In this special show, another 2 would advance in the finals ... The wild card show format changed slightly as it was the judges who selected two to advance and the public only choosing one ...
Indianapolis Colts - Franchise History - 1998–2011: The Peyton Manning Era
... win nine consecutive games to end the season at 12–4 and make in into the playoffs as a wild card team, eventually losing to the Chargers during the wild card ... the first time the Colts did not win 12 games since 2002, and lose to the New York Jets in the wild card round of the playoffs ...
2005 In Baseball - Events - October
... October 2 Both wild card berths are clinched on the final day of the regular season ... The Boston Red Sox clinch their third straight wild card after the Chicago White Sox defeat the Cleveland Indians 3–1, while the Houston Astros earn their second straight berth with a 6-4 ... series with the Red Sox ten games to nine, giving New York the division title and Boston the wild card ...
The All Ireland Talent Show - Format - Wild Card Show
... All the wild cards return and perform ... This time the judges have no power over the final result and this decision is in the hands of the public ...

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