What are you waiting for if you haven't already started watching Wednesday on Netflix? 

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With regard to the number of hours streamed on Netflix during the past two weeks on Wednesday, it is evident that everyone is similarly fixated.

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It was implied that Wednesday would approach the dance in Episode 4 of "Woe What A Night" with her trademark cold, distant demeanour and refrain from taking part in anything mainstream.

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Instead, viewers get to see Wednesday letting loose on the dance floor while maintaining her stone-faced demeanour and sporting a very on-brand gothic dress.

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The fact that Jenna Ortega choreographed the dance totally on her own just a few days before Tim Burton shot it may surprise some people.

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Jenna Ortega spent her time figuring out the best techniques to embody Wednesday's persona and promote goth culture to an audience it hasn't reached before.

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Wednesday continues to show that she doesn't care what other people think of her and will continue to follow her own punk drum as The Cramps' "Goo Goo Muck" plays through the speakers.

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The Broadway musical Sweet Charity by Bob Fosse served as one of the sources of inspiration. Ortega took inspiration from a specific scene in the musical called "The Rich Man's Frug."

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The Frug, a dance craze that originated from the Chicken dance in the 1960s, featured dancers primarily using lateral body movements and, as they grew tired, using less energy by only moving their hips.

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Fans and viewers who pay attention have also noted that Ortega borrowed some moves from the first Addams book.

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