Some fans in the audience did not approve of JC's comments and responded with 'boos.' [17] The crew relied on him to deliver those heavy blow ups. Everyone got a spotlight, and in the end, clogging ruled as the three crews got into it. The remaining three crews had to master dance styles from the last five decades. This group which was chosen by Shane Sparks had to dance to the song "Right Round" by Flo Rida. The judges and others had hyped Beat Freaks all season, but when the vote went to the people, the charming (as Lil Mama called them), talented crew got the win. During the Fit Test Challenge, Quest Crew was given the challenge of Kickboxing. All three regular judges, host Mario Lopez, and backstage correspondent Layla Kayleigh returned. D-trix, Ryan, and Victor performed for Nike Live for Kobe Bryant's shoe release. Perform African-style dancing within their routine. Take the section of the video known as "The Grind" and create strobe effects. The song included Ryan Conferido's own piano piece. This was the last season to feature Shane Sparks as a judge. Five out of the ten active members of Quest Crew have appeared on So You Think You Can Dance. Hok appeared in the music video "Fine China" by Chris Brown. Quest's song was titled "orQUESTra". JC criticized their performance by pointing out that there was too much posing. Lydia Paek, who is also a member of Quest Crew, decided to perform with the Boxcuttuhz due to the show's 7 member limit rule, meaning she could not dance with Quest. 2 Challenge: Bring On Da Beyonce! Steve and Victor were both eliminated in the choreography rounds. During the Whack Track Challenge, Quest Crew got You Got It (The Right Stuff) by New Kids on the Block as their whack track. The name "Quest Crew" reflects the support that the Quest Learning Center, located in Artesia, California, has had on growth within the team and individually. ", "Episode Detail: Dance Craze Challenge - Randy Jackson Presents: America's Best Dance Crew", "ABDC Ep. It was what you thought it was:  the best performance of the night for both crews. The second season of America's Best Dance Crew premiered on June 19, 2008. Quest Crew originally auditioned for season one but were unable to take part of the show because crew members D-Trix and Hok's original contract with So You Think You Can Dance. The two finalists were given one last chance to perform before the lines opened for the final voting session of the season. Shane Sparks also complimented Ryan on his "Shablam," and calling him 'crazy' for doing that. After obtaining a work permit, Hok had returned for the third season along with Dominic 'D-Trix' Sandoval. ", "Episode Detail: VMA Challenge - Randy Jackson Presents: America's Best Dance Crew", "ABDCrews Honor Michael Jackson With A 'Smooth' Opening Numba! [2] After the bottom three was chosen by the judges, the crews had to face each other in a dance battle to "Boom Boom Pow" by The Black Eyed Peas. The crew performed to "Party Rock Anthem" by LMFAO. [16] Originally, Dominic was supposed to do the solo, performing fouettes into airflares, but injured his shoulder in rehearsal. After a box split and locking solo by Hok, Victor Kim performed a hollowback into an invert. Victor Kim performed threaded handhops, and Hok Konishi choreographed the tutting section. The nine new crews chose songs that best showcased their talent in the season premiere. Quest Crew had to dance to the song "Forever" by Chris Brown. During the Hip-Hop Decathlon Challenge, Quest was put into the bottom two for the first time against Fly Khicks. Shane Sparks got to be up first, picking Quest Crew, Dynamic Edition and Strikers All-Stars. The crew decided they would imitate the smooth moves and gliding from the video. On August 29, 2015, Quest Crew was declared all-star champions of Season 8 of America's Best Dance Crew (ABDC) receiving $100,000 and the ABDC trophy again. D-Trix, Steve, Hok, and Victor all performed at, Quest Crew came to Orlando, Florida, for the dance convention Monsters of Hip-Hop, Quest Crew performed at the Asian Heritage Month in Calgary, Alberta Canada on May 16, 2010, Quest Crew performed at the International Secret Agents New York concert in Webster Hall on August 28, 2010, Quest Crew also performed at The World of Dance with members Lydia and Aris. At last minute, Ryan created the back flip "Shablam", but after the episode he injured his knee. Free. Quest Crew performed at hip-hop dance charity showcase, Ken-Ya Dance, in 2011 and will be returning for another headliner appearance in April 2014. Work exotic Shakira-like moves into the routine. The group Vogue Evolution featured the "Wonder Woman of Vogue," Leiomy Maldonado. JC said they had great moments but thought the performance seemed a little too "Tae Bo" and said they had too much posing. Oh, look -- stars in the audience. Shane Sparks, stated that the crew "killed the stage" when they incorporated a little feminine vibe into their routine. I guess that's cool, but the star quotient this season seemed to have dropped. Bust out all of the moves from the video with new creativity. T-Pain. America's Best Dance Crew, often abbreviated as ABDC, is an American competitive dance reality television series that features both national and international dance crews. In the live finale, which aired on March 27, 2008, JabbaWockeeZ was declared the winner. The crew chose to perform to a master mix of Got Money by Lil Wayne feat. Quest Crew's Steve Terada appeared as a guest instructor. ", "ABDC Ep. Kid Rainen, a member of the JabbaWockeeZ served as a guest judge in place of JC Chasez. Quest Crew also performed on Idol Gives Back in 2008.[4]. The crews played off of each well, and the Fly Khicks/GOP Dance Latin number was memorable.