The final four contestants on "So You Think You Can Dance" were revealed during Thursday night's results show, but not before an hour's worth of music and dance. The night began with a ... See full synopsis »

Writers:

Simon Fuller (creator), Nigel Lythgoe (creator)

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Episode credited cast:
Cat Deeley ... Herself - Hostess
Nigel Lythgoe ... Himself - Judge
Mary Murphy ... Herself - Judge
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Stephen Boss ... Himself (as Twitch)
Brandon Bryant ... Himself
Martin Gero ... Himself
Chelsie Hightower ... Herself
JabbaWockeez JabbaWockeez ... Themselves
Mark Kanemura Mark Kanemura ... Himself
Evan Kasprzak ... Himself
Jessica King Jessica King ... Herself
Jeanine Mason ... Herself
Ade Obayomi ... Himself
Sean Paul ... Himself
Kayla Radomski ... Herself
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Storyline

The final four contestants on "So You Think You Can Dance" were revealed during Thursday night's results show, but not before an hour's worth of music and dance.

The night began with a somber group performance to "Send in the Clowns," choreographed by Tyce DiOrio.

To the results: The final three girls were brought on stage pretty quickly and after going over the recaps of the judges' comments on each of the dancers, host Cat Deeley announced that the first dancer sent through to next week's finale was Jeanine. And the crowd went wild.

Lil C said her place in the finals was "worthy, indeed."

More results: Cat brought the top three guys to center stage to find out which of them would take the second of four spots in the finale. The first guy's spot in the finale went to Brandon. The crowd erupted.

Judge Mary Murphy stood and she cheered for him and couldn't imagine that Mia Michaels and Lil C initially didn't think he deserved a spot in the Top 20.

Memory lane: Jessica and Will from last ...

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30 July 2009 (USA) See more »

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Soundtracks

The Lady Is A Tramp
Written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart
Performed by Sammy Davis Jr.
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