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So You Think You Can Dance III

Notablog readers know that I'm a fan of two Fox-produced talent shows: "American Idol" and "So You Think You Can Dance."

With my relatively new DVR... yes, I have finally graduated from the Video Tape Generation... I am a bit behind in all my viewing. But I finally did see the finale of the third season of "So You Think You Can Dance," and offer my congratulations to Sabra. I really thought Danny was going to take the prize, but Sabra became the first woman to win the competition.

I was elated that the last show highlighted my favorite choreographed piece of the season: Lacey and Neil doing the Mia Michaels' choreographed routine to Billy Porter's "Time." It blew me away, again. Michaels is actually nominated for an Emmy for what was one of my favorite routines from Season II: "Calling You."

I hope to see "Time" performed when the tour comes to the New York metropolitan area.

Anyway, it was a great season... the best yet in terms of the level of talent. Can't wait to see Season IV.