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So You Think You Can Dance Episode: "So You Think You Can Dance"

Season 3, Episode 21
Episode Synopsis: Two of the final six dancers are eliminated.
Original Air Date: Aug 13, 2007

Episode 21 Recap: The Hardest Cut of All Season 3, Episode 21

It was results night and we all had to sit and wait five days to find out our final four. I tuned in a bit late and caught the opening number already in progress; it looked to me like zombies in the jungle. I just knew it was choreographed by Wade. The poor audience getting the fake fog blown into them; that fog is so not nice to be on the receiving end of. It is also not the best thing for the lungs when you are trying to dance. There was also an update on Cedric, who has been hanging with Debbie and has gotten a full ride to the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. It's great to hear that Debbie kept her word and was not just blowing smoke. We were treated to solos by the top six dancers before the results were announced. I liked Sabra's number; she picked a song from Fosse. I was actually surprised by Lacey's solo; I expected her to do another pole dance or striptease, but she actually danced. I was pretty indifferent about Lauren's routine. Cat's comments about Lacey forgetting part of her solo last week and again this week had me wondering if the dancers choreograph their own routines or if they actually work with a choreographer. What do you think? Pasha's routine was full of energy, and just seemed to draw the audience in - he's a bit of a showman, like Neil. I am happy to see that Neil danced a little more and relied less on his gymnastics background to get through the solo. I still don't get Danny and how his mind relates to the music he is choosing. So the show was actually taped last Thursday, and I was expecting that. I did try to find some spoilers, but I couldn't find any. OK, I'll admit I didn't try too hard. I give Fox and the producers an A for effort for clearing the studio audience out before revealing the two dancers that would be leaving. So the final four are Lacey, Sabra, Danny, and Neil; unfortunately we lost Pasha and Lauren. I expected Lacey and Sabra to make it to the final. While I don't like Danny and I think early on he wasn't trying to get the audience on his side, I always expected him to make it to the final as well. But I am surprised that Neil was chosen over Pasha, since I think Pasha is the more well-rounded dancer. Yes, Neil has grown significantly, but he still relies on his tricks to get through his solos. During the final credits, when everyone was back on stage, Danny and Lauren seemed to be hugging for a long time. What is going on between the two of them? Meanwhile, Neil was just sort of standing there, detached from everyone and everything around him. Catch you guys on Wednesday. show less
It was results night and we all had to sit and wait five days to find out our final four. I tuned in a bit late and caught the opening number already in progress; it looked to me like zombies in the jungle. I just knew it was choreographed by Wade. The poor audience getting the fake fog blown into them; that fog is so not nice to be on the receiving end of. It is also not the best thing for the lungs when you are trying to dance.There was also an update on Cedric, who has been hanging with Debbie and has gotten a full ride to the Debbie Allen Dance Academy. It's great to hear that Debbie kept her word and was not just blowing smoke.We were treated to solos by the top six dancers before the results were announced. I liked Sabra's number; she picked a song from Fosse. I was actually surprised by Lacey’s solo; I expected her to do another pole dance or striptease, but she actually danced. I was pretty indifferent about Lauren’s routine.Cat’s comments about Lacey forgett... read more

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Premiered: July 20, 2005, on FOX
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