View Poll Results: Who had the most boring Program

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  • T&M-The Cotton Club

    26 26.80%
  • D&S-Merlin

    2 2.06%
  • B&A-WSS

    4 4.12%
  • Todd Eldredge-Independence Day

    11 11.34%
  • Sarah Hughes-Don Quixote

    6 6.19%
  • Meno&Sand-Nessum Dorma

    7 7.22%
  • Maria Butyrskaya-Otonal

    2 2.06%
  • Irina Slutskaya-Don Quixote

    3 3.09%
  • P&T-Chess

    15 15.46%
  • Other

    21 21.65%
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Thread: Which Program was the most boring?

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    Which Program was the most boring?

    Which program did you personally find the most boring

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    Keeper of Michelle's Nose berthes ghost's Avatar
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    I decided to vote "other" just because, as boring as "Cotton Club" was, T&M's WSS was 100x more boring IMHO. God what a snooze fest!

    Lists like this are always so funny just becasue it's so subjective. For example: M&S's Nussum Dorma and Maria's Otonal are 2 of my all time favorite programs. Image, they're on someone's top 7 most boring programs list! Via le difference!

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    I had to go with P&T's Chess program from the list. But Michael Villareal's performance for 2004 Nationals topped that by miles.

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    the Robin-Sasha version of Swan Puddle. It's still bores me as much as it did on FSU

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    Kwan's Tosca was a bit too generic for me.

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    Originally posted by bronxgirl
    the Robin-Sasha version of Swan Puddle. It's still bores me as much as it did on FSU
    LOL I guess I forgot again sorry:D

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    Question

    What's "Independence Day" doing on this list? Brilliant, exciting program, IMHO . Just take a look at Todd's performance of it from Skate America 1996.


    I also love Jenni & Todd's "Nessum Dorma."

    I guess this is another case of 'Different strokes for different folks."

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    I voted for B/A WSS but I did like it better than the Elvis one from last year.

    Dee

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    I voted for D/S's Merlin....great concept, but it did *nothing whatsoever* for me....pity.

    k.

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    Originally posted by berthes ghost
    I decided to vote "other" just because, as boring as "Cotton Club" was, T&M's WSS was 100x more boring IMHO. God what a snooze fest!

    Lists like this are always so funny just becasue it's so subjective. For example: M&S's Nussum Dorma and Maria's Otonal are 2 of my all time favorite programs. Image, they're on someone's top 7 most boring programs list! Via le difference!
    I liked marias otonal actually though it wasn`t incredibly exciting in my opinion

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    I can't believe so many are voting for T/M's Cotton Club! That program had an amazing amount of original moves and transitions, and it was probably one of the most complex pairs programs I've seen. Not to say that I found T/M to be rather musical in this program!

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    You mean this is another thing we're supposed to remember?

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    "Other"...Sasha Cohen's "Swan Lake, Part deux"

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    Robin Lake By A Wide, Wide Margin!

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    I voted for B&A WSS. It's the music that bores me more than anything. I'm so tired of WSS.

    I loved Otonal by Maria & ND by Meno & Sand

    Eliza

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