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Thank Goodness for This Show
11 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is the one TV/game show that makes me feel so good and up to beat on being a youth. A lot of these kinds of shows from the 1990s have been cancelled (i.e. One World, Saved By the Bell) and although these shows were not a quite successful, they did make it seem cool to be a youth and that life could be fun. Unfortunately I never noticed that until all of these shows and TNBC Saturday morning teen sitcoms got cancelled. It wasn't until this show that I realized what the human body can do.

Often I find myself screaming at how crazy, funny, or even amazing a dance move is and I just go "Ooooooooh" at the TV screen. It's as if you're in the party itself and the best place to be is watching the show at your TV. This show really can really lift up your spirit and get you out of your boredom and times when you're feeling blue over nothing. I thank G-d for this clean but actually fun show and that its on although there seems to be a lack of TV shows that make youth so happy.

It's like Robin Williams' character once said in the film "Jack","life is so delicate (short). Make the best of it." And life doesn't have to be about getting wasted and suffering consequences if you know how and dancing with such fun, cool and upbeat atmospheres helps a lot.

Kel Mitchell would entertain kids a lot when he was on Nickelodeon in 90s and it's as if he's grown up with that audience. This shows that if he could be as cool as he was back then, then he can be just as fun as he is now on this show which is for more mature-fun-loving people. The reason I say it's mature is not necessarily for the individuals who dance and are on this show but mostly for the way of the game. It follows rules but they're so easy to follow and therefore allow fun to be achieved.


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