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More than 150 dancers are reduced to only 33 after the grueling Vegas callbacks.
The audition tour comes to a close with one final stop, and lots of Elvis references, in Memphis, Tennessee.
Philly may be the City of Brotherly Love, but there was plenty of it in Boston for more SYTYCD auditions.
Los Angeles and Austin bring out the impressive--and the weird--for the third round of auditions.
The judges embrace their silly side as the auditions continue in Detroit.
The summer's hit dance show is back for season 10, and it’s just as exciting—and alarming—as ever.
She needs him, and nothing else will do.
The words "written by Matthew Weiner" during opening credits have taught Mad Men fans to hold onto our hats, but little could have prepared us for this episode.
RECAP: In an episode that featured the worst disaster this season, the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr., Mad Men’s characters stayed afloat by pairing off—into some very odd couples.
RECAP: Let "To Have and To Hold" henceforth be known as the love-under-lock-and-key episode, or the one in which Don descends to his least tolerable this season.