Yesterday's stream did not carry over for today, and I've given up on IceNetwork for the men's competition at least; I'm getting more out of following it on Twitter. Latest tweets as I type this is not looking very promising, however...but now I am going to calculate Jeremy Abbott's chances at the Grand Prix Finale as I type:
He is currently 5th in the stands, and there are five men who can pass him in Paris:
Takahiko Kozuka: Need only top four.
Brandon Mroz: Must top two, or win bronze with a score of 218.61 or higher.
Florent Amodio: Must win gold, or silver with a score of 221.63 or higher.
Brian Joubert & Kevin Reynolds: Must win. Obviously they can't both win, so reduced number of men who can pass Jeremy to four.
Kozuka will likely pass Jeremy. So basically if any of the other guys hit their mark, Jeremy's out. Mroz probaby has a better chance of winning silver, than gold, and same with Amodio. So the best thing that can happen for Jeremy is that Brian Joubert wins silver, which is very possible(Reynolds could win silver too, but that's less likely.) Behind Kozuka, with Amodio winning bronze, and he's in. Not an unlikely outcome. But there are many outcomes that are equally likely, most involving Joubert winning, or in fact anyone other than Kozuka winning. In laws of probability, I suspect the odds are against him, but...