Waverly Earp (Wynonna Earp)
It ended on a weird note because her sister, Wynonna, walked in at the wrong moment and Waverly accidentally flashed her pantyless lower half to the wrong person. Regardless, that cheerleading routine was top notch.
Capt. Raymond Holt (Brooklyn Nine-Nine)
Capt. Holt showed everyone that it is possible to defuse tense, confrontational situations without pulling out a firearm by annihilating a street dancer with some sick, robot-freestyle moves.
Xiomara Villanueva (Jane The Virgin)
Xo has been put through the wringer, but one of the few things that has always brought her joy is dancing. She might not have won that dance competition, but it was delightful to watch her do her thing nonetheless.
Dean Winchester (Supernatural)
There is so much to love about dean: His excellent taste in music, killing demons while delivering the best one-liners, consuming all kinds of pies, and the ability to make rock music seem like something you can actually dance to. You can try, but just make sure no one is recording with a camera.
Sara Lance (Legends Of Tomorrow)
After dropping in on 1975 in The Waverider, some of the legends head to a bar where Sara decides to let off some steam by getting her groove on. Until some creeps tried to grind on her, and she was forced to start breaking bottles and bones. But before that happened, she made us believe dancing alone on an empty floor is not weird at all.
Kat Edison (The Bold Type)
This one left a bit of a sour taste in our mouths because it led to Kat making out with a woman that wasn't Adena which then snowballed into that God-awful non-monogamy storyline. Maybe we haven't made it clear by now, but if the Adena and Kat pairing isn't the end game, then we're going to throw all our devices with a screen into the nearest river, move out of our homes and live out the rest of our lives as hermits. My heart isn't in a place to take more heartbreaks right now.