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Friday, June 17, 2011
So You Think You Can Dance - This week, the top 20 dance in pairs, we discuss
Jordan and Tadd:
Jordan seems a little stupid. Maybe she said smarter things in her interviews, but the show decided not to air them? Tadd is funny, but we don’t like his Mohawk. Is that look over yet? They did a good job on their afro-jazz routine, but we weren’t blown away. They aren’t favorites yet, but they both did fine and proved that they can dance outside of regular genres.
Sasha and Alexander:
Sasha seems really cute, and we've loved her since her audition with her sister, but Alexander seems like that guy in every high school who bobs around the halls like he’s confident, leering at girls. He took Sasha hitting him in the face well though. We thought you had to be graceful to be a dancer. Control your limbs, girl. We liked the concept for their routine (the conscience). They did alright. The skirt Sasha wore distracted us. The dance wasn’t anything we would youtube to watch again.
Clarice and Jess:
Clarice informed us that her eyes change colors. Jess is the dorkiest thing we’ve ever seen, but he’s been on Broadway and he’s from New Jersey, so we can’t hate him. The routine was pretty fun. Clarice’s dancing needs work, but she sure knows how to mug for the camera. Jess had good dancing skills to go with that grating nerd personality.
Ryan and Ricky:
Going for alliteration in that pairing, show? Ryan is kind of a spaz. We love lyrical hip hop, so they had an advantage with us. Ryan had a lot of personality in her dancing, even though her big grin didn’t fit the concept. We weren’t sure that Ricky’s moves were sharp enough. It’s like he didn’t fully commit. But the judges loved him, so what do we know?
Caitlynn and Mitchell:
Why would you spell the name Caitlynn like that? Earth to parents: If you give your kid a generic name, spelling it with extra letters doesn’t make it unique. Mitchell was down for the count due to an injury, so former contestant Robert took his place. We weren’t digging the La Roux song, but we liked how baby 18-year-old Caitlynn suddenly matured and became strong when she started dancing. We were impressed that she could hold her own with the more-experienced Robert.
Miranda and Robert:
We loved Robert’s personality and his quick biography. Very funny. We just hope his personality doesn't get annoying to us. Miranda trying to be sexy was really cute. The routine was kind of a mess, but we liked that Bruno Mars song.
Missy and Wadi:
We liked when Missy said that she enjoyed “long walks to the fridge.” Funny. She’s a funny girl, letting us know that the Pandora’s box demons had to be sexy demons. She seems smart too. They both did a good job. This was Ern’s favorite dance of the night, but both of us still like Melanie best. There had to be a better song for this routine though. Lady Gaga’s "Judas" is a dud.
Melanie and Marko:
Melanie is our favorite. Her audition was fantastic and she (presumably) didn’t even have the genius choreographers to make it for her. This was Leeard’s favorite dance of the night, but it was the best material, so is that really fair? A concept, contemporary dance, lots of leaps, some romance, that choreographer, and painted bodies? Still, Melanie deserves it and Marko is lucky.
Ashley and Chris:
Maybe it was because the last two were such a tough act to follow, but we hardly even remember this dance. It may be our least favorite of the night. It was hip-hop, which is usually good. Better luck next week?
Iveta and Nick:
We love quickstep, and they did a good job. Not much else to say here. We would be the worst SYTYCD judges ever, haha. One of the best dances of the night.
No one went home this week, which is good, because no one really sucks yet.