Anyway, she and this cute boy talk some more. He jokes about taking a bath because he is standing next to the bathtub, but he didn't really mean it. Her black hoodie disguise makes him ask if she's going to rob him. She says that she's just keeping a low profile. She tells him that it's good to see him as she moves closer to him. That's good he says, or all of the emails that she sent would seem weird.
They are about to kiss when, yep -- you guessed right, Michelle walks in. There's a frozen look between her and Sasha -- it looks like somebody's about to get a good scolding. Then, Sasha runs to her and embraces her. Michelle melts and says, "Hey, kid." Then, she motions for the cute boy to get the hell out of there.
The next day, class is in session and it's full. That was fast. Fanny is leading and Michelle walks in. She tells Fanny that she may move to NYC and go back to performing. Fanny may want to take more time off. Fine. Michelle is staying. Fanny says that she'll just tell the parents that they can get over the macing. Truly walks by and she's blonde. Fanny wants Michelle's opinion on a little dance she has put together. It, um, is a dance to the mash-up "It's Time To Dance." Cruel. The dance is good though. When Boo comes out, she mouths "I'm sorry" to Michelle, who gives her the slit throat sign but is fine. Fanny tells her that the final performance will be in Nutcracker costumes, of course.
Jeff Long is a writer/performer in Brooklyn. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and followed on Twitter at @jblong. He believes that it is indeed time to dance.