So You Think You Can Dance

Season 4 Episode 17

Top 10 Results

Aired Monday 8:00 PM Jul 17, 2008 on FOX
out of 10
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Episode Summary

Top 10 Results
Two dancers from the Top 10 are eliminated.

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  • I don't really think it was a 10, I never give a 10, but when I came to the thread for the episode and saw the poor rating some of the fans of Mark and Kherington gave the show, I had to counter. It was a 9 though, great show. And I'll tell you why...moreless

    It had a fabulous bollywood group number as well as one that Nigel himself choreographed with just the boys and one that Mia choreographed for just the girls. All three were fantastic!

    -SPOILERS FOLLOW- if you haven't seen it yet

    So why then the lower ratings by the others that voted? They love Kherington, and America chose Comfort over Kherington. They also love Gev and Mark, and honestly, who doesn't love them, but they wanted Will out soooooo bad, that they were angry that he wasn't in the bottom two. So they thought it was bad show. It was a great episode, with fabulous perfomances by Comfort, Mark and Gev in their solos before the elimination announcements. I know this because I've read their outrage in the forum...but you shouldn't let their numbers deter you from watching another incredible installment of this amazing dance show.moreless
  • My favorite was eliminated.

    Boo! Hiss!

    I was rooting for Kherington, so I obviously am not happy with this results show episode.

    The show is still pretty cool; there are some fine dance routines, so I will probably still watch, but when your favorite goes, the purpose and reason for watching goes too.

    I liked Gev as well. Now that he's gone, Twitch is the only hip hop dancer left.

    Speaking of Twitch, I never did like that he coined the "Twitchington" name. They don't keep the same partners forever, so doing that was pointless. However, I can't help but wonder if she would have stayed if they were still partners.moreless
  • Mark wasn't eliminated, but he did find himself in the bottom four...

    For the performances I loved the Bollywood number, and I loved the guys performance to the song "five guys named Moe". I wasn't feeling the girls performance, but it was still good. The bottom four was Comfort and Kherington (which was expected), Gev (which was expected), and Mark. Ugh. For the solos Comfort had a pretty strong solo, Kherington just ran around again (like always), Gev had another good solo, and Mark's musicality was off the hook. Kherington went home. It was the right thing, but I wish Comfort wasn't in the competition.. hopefully she'll leave this week. Thank goodness Mark is safe, he better not leave this week. And that's my really short review xD.moreless

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    • Emmy Nomination

      This episode has been Emmy nominated in 2009 in the category "Outstanding Makeup For A Multi-Camera Series Or Special (Non-Prosthetic)".

      So You Think You Can Dance • Episode #421/422A • FOX • Dick Clark Productions and 19 Entertainment
      Amy Elizabeth Strozzi, Department Head Makeup Artist
      Heather Cummings, Key Makeup Artist
      Tifanie White, Additional Makeup Artist
      Marie DelPrete, Additional Makeup Artist

    • SOLOS:
      Kherington - Contemporary/Jazz solo to "My Philosophy" by Inner.
      Comfort - Hip hop solo to "Egypt, Egypt" by The Egyptian Lover.
      Mark - Freestyle solo to "Black Betty" by Ram Jam.
      Gev - Hip hop solo to "Feeling Good" by Michael Buble.

    • The bottom four consisted of Mark, Kherington, Gev, and Comfort.

    • The Top 5 guys performed a Broadway routine choreographed by Nigel Lythgoe to the song "Five Guys Named Moe".

    • The Top 5 girls performed a Mia Michaels contemporary routine to "Ave Maria" by Celine Dion.

    • The Top 10 dancers performed a Bollywood routine choreographed by Nakul Dev Mahajan to "JBJ" by Jhoom Barabar Jhoom.