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How did that even just happen?

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sonofzeal said on April 28th, 2009 at 2:39 am

I believe the word for this is “win”.

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Rather randomly, a product launch I was at today on Cockatoo Island featured the Terpsichorian stylings of one of the SYTYCDA runner ups. Not really my thing, but I did think of you.

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RPer Formerly Known As Gar Logan said on April 29th, 2009 at 3:18 am

Huh. Not a bad effort. But TV here has gotten so stale I barely watch Aussie TV here any more. 80% is US and UK TV anyway, then 15% reality TV, so I cut the middleman of advertising and get the last decent 5% as torrents.

Although I will admit I’m impressed with Underbelly.

If you like Aussie TV and cop shows, one from the early 00s called Stingers was AWESOME before the seasons with actor Gary Sweet (not his fault, the writing went off). It was realistic and well made, and then it all went to soapie level hell and was axed.
(If only Neighbours and Home And Away followed suit…)

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I felt like they dragged it all out a bit with the Easter show and then the Top 4 and then the Finale – but I loved it anyway. Nobody does SYTYCD like Australia, though if I never heard Bonnie Lythgoe open her yap again it would be too soon.

Dream SYTYCD judging panel: Dan Karaty, Trey Armstrong, Jason Coleman, Y/Y?

And go, Talia. First woman to win SYTYCD in the English-speaking world without an unsubtle push from the judges. I like that it’s not all or nothing and the three runners-up got gradated awards as well.

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Dream SYTYCD judging panel: Dan Karaty, Trey Armstrong, Jason Coleman, Y/Y?

I suppose you got to have the ladies get represented and so on, but I’d rather have Melissa Williams if we’re going with a token Canadian lady judge, Rex Harrington if we’re going with a token Canadian judge, and Debbie Allen over anybody else if we don’t need tokens. But Karaty and Coleman would be the obvious locks.

And go, Talia. First woman to win SYTYCD in the English-speaking world without an unsubtle push from the judges.

Excuse me I think you forgot about THE BEST TABITHA AND NAPOLEON HIP-HIP EVER!!!!!1!!!one! (You know, the one that was so good that the fans all voted to see her Romeo and Juliet routine with Laredo again on the finale instead. Which was the right choice, as it was far and away the best routine of the season.)

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I know I’m a bit late, but that opening routine is the best ever. Visually it’s spectacular.

But on the contrary, Talia was actually the favourite to win, not Charlie. She was still totally shocked when she won, though.

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