So You Think You Can Dance

Season 4 Episode 9

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Aired Tuesday 8:00 PM Jun 19, 2008 on FOX
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We narrow down the dancers from 18 to 16 as 2 more are eliminated on this results show.

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  • Super dissapointed.

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    Timo was pretty hot out there as a Flamenco dancer. He was on Dancing with the Stars, wasn't he? But Flo Rida just was ewww. I hate rap music, but what the heck was the first line of this song? Hot D9mn, this is my jam? Wooow.



    The bottom three couples were Chelsea and Thayne, who deserved to be there, Chris and Comfort who also deserved to be there, and then Susie and Marquis, who unfortunately also deserved to be there. I wish Will and Jessica had taken their place, because they also deserved to be there.



    For girls solos Chelsea bored me with her Contemporary solo, Susie was hawt with her Salsa solo, and Comfort was entertaining with her hip hop solo. For guys solo Thayne did a lot of leaps but nothing special occured, Marquis did a lot of great dance moves and foutettes, and Chris bored me with an absoutely nothing Contemporary solo.



    I cannot believe Susie and Marquis were eliminated. Susie's solo was the sh1t, great performance and it was hawt, while Chelsea's was boring and there are already like 5 other Contemporary females in the competition. Nigel's comment on how she didn't use the floor enough made me cringe, cuz it was a spot salsa dance, not a typical ballroom solo.



    Marquis getting eliminated was another huge shocker for me. He was absoutely fantastic in his dance. Doing that needle spin foutette that Shauna did in season 3 and all those amazing moves, he shouldn't have been eliminated for doing "too many tricks". Look at Neil in season 3 and Blake from season 1. They made it far on "tricks".moreless

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