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Watch the slow portion of the stand battle between the Dancing Dolls and the Divas of Olive Branch in this scene from "A Whole New Doll Game."
Watch the final-round stand battle between the Dancing Dolls and the Xplosive Dance Company in this scene from "A Whole New Doll Game."
Watch the medium portion of the stand battle between the Dancing Dolls and the Divas of Olive Branch in this scene from "A Whole New Doll Game."
Watch the fast portion of the stand battle between the Dancing Dolls and the Divas of Olive Branch in this scene from "A Whole New Doll Game."
Danny shows off the ghosted-in graphics and perfectly preserved blue-and-white fur interior of a 1967 Impala in this collection of scenes from "Fast and Furry-ous."
Between a new studio, a new baby, and a bridal-themed group dance, the moms have a lot to discuss in this web exclusive from Season 5 Episode 29, "Baby Dance Mama Drama."
Ned Yost says Johnny Cueto had a strong Royals debut, a couple of his other relievers pitched well, and the hurler who took the loss should not have been called for a balk that put Toronto's winning run in scoring position.