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Two of 16 Voted Off 

The results was in the voters' hands for the first time on Season 6 of "So You Think You Can Dance" as the top 16 competitors would find out which two of them would see their journeys end ... See full synopsis »

Director:

Matthew Diamond

Writers:

Simon Fuller (creator), Nigel Lythgoe (creator)

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Cast

Episode credited cast:
Cat Deeley ... Herself - Hostess
Nigel Lythgoe ... Himself - Judge
Mary Murphy ... Herself - Judge
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Karen Clifton Karen Clifton ... Herself (as Karen Hauer)
Channing Cooke Channing Cooke ... Herself
Ashleigh Di Lello ... Herself
Ryan Di Lello ... Himself
Russell Ferguson ... Himself
Mollee Gray ... Herself
Kevin Hunte Kevin Hunte ... Himself
Kevin Hunter Kevin Hunter ... Himself
Jakob Karr ... Himself
Noelle Marsh Noelle Marsh ... Herself
Pauline Mata Pauline Mata ... Herself
Kathryn McCormick ... Herself
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The results was in the voters' hands for the first time on Season 6 of "So You Think You Can Dance" as the top 16 competitors would find out which two of them would see their journeys end Wednesday night.

Nigel said it was probably for the best that the vote was left to America, because it might save the judges from having to make a couple of particular cuts. He wouldn't name names, but he was suggesting that the audience likely saved someone who might not deserve it.

To the results: The first three couples to the stage included Ryan & Ellenore, who were ripped apart by Nigel, in particular, for a shaky hip hop routine. They landed in the bottom three. Adam said he wasn't surprised, but said he was excited to see their solos.

Channing & Victor were up next. They turned in a quality contemporary routine, but Nigel was underwhelmed because they were both dancing in their specialty. Kathryn & Legacy's Broadway routine was missing a bit of chemistry, according to Mary Murphy, but Legacy ...

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Release Date:

11 November 2009 (USA) See more »

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