Added to that, DelSchoes were often underscored and their record doesn't fully reflect what they did on the ice.
And here I thought I was commenting on the dance poll. Since it's the men's, I would like to know who voted for Yags and why.
I am not even going to continue this though as it is a mens thread and it is clear you have DelSchoes on some fantasy pedestal well beyond reality so to each their own.
I've decided to stop rewatching old programmes and keep my rose tinted 6.0 memories unsullied from now on
Yags was more a performer than an artist, IMO. I wonder, if his career had not been cut short due to injury, if we'd have seen him develop his artistic side more. Not to mention how he would have adapted to the IJS.
I think Yags had a lot more to give, and Plush wouldn't have rested on his laurels so much with a healthy Yags to compete with.
LOL at the possibility that Chan (who will be in the all-time great male skater Top5 lists of many people, after 10 years) will be eliminated in next round.
I've pretty much agreed with the votes up to this point, except for the one on Lysacek. I was expecting to vote him out right about now -- either just before or just after Joubert. (Lysacek out before Buttle? Really?) But he's long gone. And Chan leaving before, say, Takahashi (who probably isn't going to be my next vote, by the way) would be even more ridiculous.
I'm not so sure Chan is the next to go, though. There are going to be a lot of Joubert votes freed up.