Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making the Team, Season 3Closed Captioning
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Each summer, more than 1,000 hopefuls descend upon Texas Stadium with the same goal of becoming one of the few chosen to don the famous blue and white uniforms. Season 3 of Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders: Making The Team captures the contenders from preliminary auditions, through training camp and tearful cuts, and shows how the cheerleading hopefuls must master the signature kick-line and intricate dance routines in order to advance. Kelli Finglass (director of the DCC), Jay Johnson (the hardcore fitness instructor), and Judy Trammell (team choreographer) don’t mince words as they test each individual for the physical and mental stamina required to make the team.
|1||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 1||Over 600 excited and anxious Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders hopefuls arrive at Texas Stadium for the preliminary auditions. After performing their freestyle dance routines for the judges, they anxiously await the reveal of who gets to move on ... only 130 make it to the semi-finals. At semis, they’re taught the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders’ style of dance, along with the legendary kick line. Amid tears of joy and disappointment, only 60 girls are called back for the finals, where they’ll compete against the seasoned veterans to earn a spot in the Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders Training Camp.||42:51||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|2||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 2||In the finals audition, the competition really heats up. Now, surviving candidates must go head-to-head against experienced veteran cheerleaders for a coveted spot in the DCC Training Camp. All trying out are interviewed by judges, have their backgrounds checked and are asked to perform solo dance routines. Which candidates can handle the stress and “WOW” the judges to prove they are the total package? Only 45 have what it takes and in a dramatic DCC upset, returning veteran cheerleaders are not invited back to the squad.||21:28||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|3||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 3||Training Camp begins! The newly elected training camp candidates are excited, even star struck, as they meet the veterans for the first time at Valley Ranch. At the first team meeting, anxiety ripples through the ranks when DCC director Kelli Finglass announces that a couple of the more seasoned veterans have failed the written test. Veterans come up short again during the body fat evaluation—some of them have put on weight, while the rookies test lean and mean. The vets’ experience finally shines through at the first dance rehearsals, while the newbie rookies struggle to learn the choreography. But veterans are warned they too are eligible to be cut from the squad this year!||21:28||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|4||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 4||Only two weeks into training camp, it's time to start making cuts. Uniform Fittings is the first order of business. It's a bittersweet moment when the rookies are measured for their uniforms because they have yet to really earn them. From the famous knotted blue blouse to the belted white shorts, the rookie candidates hope Kelli confirms that they have the DCC "look." Then the group competes in a grueling army fitness test to try and earn the privilege of being on the elite "Power Squad." At that evening's rehearsal the first cuts will be made. Who will be warned and who will be told, "This will be your last night?"||21:29||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|5||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 5||After saying goodbye to one of their own, reality sets in for the remaining training camp candidates: nobody's position on the squad is secure. Hard charging, Kitty Carter is asked to work with the weaker girls and whip them into shape. The rookies are given “makeovers” to transform them into the image of a DCC. Can these makeovers give them enough confidence to raise their performance? Tonight is proof that your past can come back to haunt you as girls are called into Kelli’s office. How many live to dance another day?||21:28||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|6||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 6||The entire squad needs a wake up call and guest choreographer Kitty Carter gives it to them. She takes the group through a grueling dance rehearsal only to leave a few girls emotional wrecks. Then it's time for a lesson in DCC etiquette. The fashion dos and don'ts put the squad on notice that they must perform off the field in the perfect DCC style. When Jay shows up with Dallas Cowboys football players, the game is on, in the 1st annual Vets vs. Rookies football game. The night's rehearsal is a challenge as the pace quickens and missteps on the dance floor lead to more girls falling short of the mark. Kelli continues cutting as she looks for the best 36 in the room!||21:29||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|7||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 7||Some fantasies come true, as the remaining lucky training camp candidates model the iconic Dallas Cowboys Cheerleaders uniform during a sexy cameo photo shoot. Later, a seasoned veteran lends a rookie a hand (and a few of her signature moves) when the young newbie is asked to dance with more sex appeal. At the Dallas-Fort Worth airport's USO, the DCC say an emotional goodbye to troops shipping off to Iraq and Afghanistan. Then, the final dance rehearsal of week 7 has a surprise guest judge who puts everyone on edge. Ultimately, in Kelli's office, the tears flow as some dreams surprisingly come to an end.||21:29||$1.99||View in iTunes|
|8||Closed CaptioningVideoEpisode 8||With more cuts looming, and only two rehearsals left, the girls struggle into their famous white cowboy boots for the first time. Then, Judy and Megan Fox dish out the critiques as they run through their final dance routines. In the blistering heat of Texas Stadium, Jay puts the girls' endurance to the test with an event he calls Pom Pom Punishment. It's four minutes of non-stop madness that should get the girls in shape for their pre-game dance, kick line, and flying splits. Later, Kelli and Judy make their final decisions as the girls dance their hearts out on the practice field. Suddenly, a veteran is on the bubble. Amid tears of disappointment, Kelli makes the very last cuts. Relief fills the hearts of all as the '08-'09 squad is announced. It's off to the team photo and some poolside sun bathing, as the girls bond at the DCC annual campout. Join 65,000 screaming Cowboys fans as the cheerleaders hit the turf and wow the entire stadium and themselves during their first Dallas Cowboys football game of the season.||41:02||$1.99||View in iTunes|
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LOVE this show, but why won't they add seasons 1 and 2!!! Melissa Rycroft is on those seasons and NOT on this one and obviously PEOPLE WANT TO WATCH MELISSA!!! Now is the time for the producers to add these seasons... it will end up being too late for them to make any money off it after Dancing with the Stars is over!!! HUGE mistake if they don't add them both SOON!!!!