Maybe you hated Fantasia Barrino on the third season of "American Idol." Maybe you thought Chris Daughtry's fourth-place finish in season five wasn't so shocking after all.
But when the two "Idol" alums performed on Wednesday's results show, you likely reminisced about a happier time. You know, when a performance night's most YouTube-worthy moments didn't involve "Caddyshack" theme songs.
Let's look back on the most memorable "Idol" moments from Chris Daughtry and Fantasia Barrino:
Chris Daughtry, "Making Memories of Us." This emotional, restrained cover of a Keith Urban tune proved that hard rockers on "Idol" could tackle country without ending up on the chopping block.
Chris Daughtry, "Hemorrhage (In My Hands)." Daughtry's take on the Fuel tune was so good that the band offered him a job as their lead singer. He declined.
Fantasia Barrino, "I Believe." Fantasia achieved the impossible: getting an audience to tolerate -- and enjoy -- one of the traditionally cheesy "Idol" coronation songs.
Chris Daughtry, "I Walk the Line." In channeling Johnny Cash, Daughtry solidified his role as the resident "Idol" rebel with a good voice.
Fantasia Barrino, "Summertime." Yeah, it might be overrated. But Fantasia's take on "Summertime" is just as critical to "Idol" history as Randy Jackson's obsession with "dawg."