Thursday, July 16, 2009

So You Think You Can Dance - week 6

I honestly don't have much to say. Last night was once again absolutely amazing! I wasn't a huge fan of the Paso Doble, and hope that Randi and Kupono are the ones heading home based on last night. The rest were all wonderful to varying degrees.

Jason and Jeanine in particular left me in tears, though I have no idea why other than the pure beauty. Unfortunately, I can't find a video with out SPAM on it at the moment, but trust me, it was brilliant.

I also really enjoyed the boys' African routine and the girls' Bollywood routine. It was wonderful to see the group performances and experience dance cultures I'm less familiar with.

That we're on the top ten already is unbelievable. Only a few short weeks and America will have a new "favorite dancer". At this time, it's still anyone's guess who it will be!


  1. Hey bib!
    Do you at least have a link for those of us who keep missing it? :o)


  2. Unfortunately Fox doesn't seem to think it's necessary to provide full episodes of SYTYD on line. You can catch episode recaps on hulu, but it's more the judges explaining their decision than dancing. has free episodes, but you can only watch for a certain amount of time and then it makes you "wait" for almost as long before you can start watching again. The best bet might be to search you tube for SYTYCD season 5 and go from there.


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