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

Season 4, Episode 1
Episode Synopsis: The fourth season begins with auditions.
Original Air Date: May 22, 2008

Los Angeles Auditions Season 4, Episode 1

Hi all. Welcome to what I'm sure will be another great season of So You Think You Can Dance. I'm on vacation in the Sunshine State right now, but I wanted to put something up so you could comment to your hearts delight. I must admit one thing right now: I'm not a huge fan of the audition shows. In years past I will admit to fast forwarding through most of the show and only pausing to watch the good dancers. I'll admit another thing: I think I've been selling these shows short. I felt like I got to know a little about the good (and bad) dancers and a whole lot more about our judges (that's jidges, if Cat's saying it. Love her). Quick question: Have Nigel, Mary, and Mia always laughed so unmercifully at the bad dancers? I felt kind of bad although I can't possibly imagine how I'd feel after sitting through hours and days of bad dancing. I might be a little punch drunk too. And let's bring me back on topic. I was surprisingly satisfied with tonight's show although I will allow it might just be excitement that the show has finally returned. So for those of you out there that are newbies to this great little show each dancer gets one minute to impress the judges. From there Nigel and company decide whether or not the dancer is good enough to go straight through to Vegas, needs to stick around and prove themselves by learning choreography, or is so bad they're sent straight home. Some of my favorites were Ricky and Asuka (ballroom), Robert (popper), Kherington (contemporary), Philip (popper), and William (contemporary). There were many, many bad dancers. I could name names but instead I'll just ask you the following questions: " Who dances in their underwear? He should have known there was a chance he'd end up flashing the judges. " Why did they feel the need to show us so many bad hip hop dancers? " Why do people who have no business dancing try out every single year and expect to hear that they've improved? Also, I'm glad we saw someone like Laura perform tonight. I think it's fantastic that people with physical impairments don't let the little things hold them back. It was also nice to see Mia so emotional. I think she's an amazing choreographer but sometimes I feel like she can be very harsh and incredibly unforgiving. I'm glad we glimpsed another side of her tonight. I can't wait to hear what you thought about tonight's show and I'll see you back here next week. show less
Hi all Welcome to what Im sure will be another great season of So You Think You Can Dance Im on vacation in the Sunshine State right now but I wanted to put something up so you could comment to your hearts delight I must admit one thing right now Im not a huge fan of the audition shows In years past I will admit to fast forwarding through most of the show and only pausing to watch the good dancers Ill admit another thing I think Ive been selling these shows short I felt like I got to know a little about the good and bad dancers and a whole lot more about our judges thats jidges if Cats saying it Love her Quick question Have Nigel Mary and Mia always laughed so unmercifully at the bad dancers I felt kind of bad although I cant possibly imagine how Id feel after sitting through hours and days of bad dancing I might be a little punch drunk too And lets bring me back on topic I was surprisingly satisfied with tonights show although I will allow it might read more

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Premiered: July 20, 2005, on FOX
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