I've introduced quite a lot of people recently to FS by showing 'La Terre vue du Ciel' by Savchenko/Massot, and all of those were flabbergasted by their triple twist which is huge. They also tended to love the programme as a whole because it was skated so beautifully to the music. In the past I've introduced people to FS with Philippe Candeloro's d'Artagnan programme (and they all loved his steps with the 'duel') as well as later on Alexei Yagudin's Winter (also loved because of the well known footwork). Ice Dancing is more difficult in that sense as people tend to ask 'where is the throwing around of the lady gone?', although Torvill and Dean remain a successful introduction to the discipline - despite the way ID has changed since then. More recently Papadakis/Cizerons' Fame also was quite a success as an introduction with people. Somehow or other I never introduce people to FS by way of the ladies. Probably because it's my least favourite discipline (even though there have been and are quite a few ladies I love to watch).