Their costumes were not exactly "Hermit the Frog" green. They are more accurately aquamarine, or teal, with Robin in black pants: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=endscreen&v=J7DKgzp_NQc&NR=1 I agree with lauravvv that the teal colour is unexpected and interesting for figure skating. The costumes actually gave me a sense of modern dance in the colour and styling, and perhaps that is what they were going for, as modern dance is their theme. I suggested that they come back with some different costuming (which they probably will) so as to make the program fresh and different for the new season. I only suggested some of the colours in the Pina clip because of their program having been inspired by the film. I don't see the teal colour in any costumes worn by dancers in the clip (but then again, unfortunately, I have not seen the entire film). Whatever happens, I'm stoked. A trip down memory lane 2006 GPF: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LBRKR8y9GPs The above so innovative (and they are still innovating). The 2007 European championship version: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0ipkwkZBK2Q ... goosebumps (they were skating near home country and were just in such a zone together on the ice!) The first time I ever saw or heard of them: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MRioQnGihlo Worlds 2005 Casablanca The Canadian commentators in the above clip mentioned the lasso lift S/S did as being one of the most difficult pairs lifts. I don't see it being done that much now, altho' commentators seemed to indicate that it was coming back then under the new scoring system because of the ability to get credit under the new system (that is if you have the ability to perform it well). It is a pretty lift visually.