So You Think You Can Dance, 8.30pm, Ten It’s all over for this series of SYTYCD . And not before time, some may say. The faithful will have watched 35 hours of the show and 167 performances, but locals won’t have had a shred to do with the nearly 60 million votes cast months ago in the US. Ah well, such irrelevancies are the wages of watching the dazzling handful left to fight it out tonight. There will be tears, trauma and triumph among the spins and turns, and not just from host Cat Deeley, pictured. The Gourmet Next Door, 9pm, LifeStyle Food In sympathy perhaps with The Weekend Australian ’ section column The Armchair Traveller , meet chef Amy Finley, who says she can transport herself across the world with mere recipes for food from exotic locations. I may manage it with the actual meals, but zoning out on recipes alone is a skill to be reckoned with. But before you can say Morocco, there’s a rich chicken stew with squash and dried plums in a tangy marinade on her table. Next to it there’s roasted red pepper salad spiced with cumin, cinnamon and paprika. For desert, plump sweet dates stuffed with cinnamon and cream cheese, served chilled. Stay where you are, Morocco, I’m coming over. Life’s a Trip with Andrew Anthony, 9.30pm, Discovery Travel & Living AA flies Japan to see if wagyu steak truly is the world’s best. At $ 1.50 a gram, plus travel costs, it had better be.