And now it's time for the dreaded foxtrot. Ruben is wearing the weird eye makeup again. I'm not sure how well the song and the dance go together, but Ruben does a great job with it, as usual. He ends with the devil horns hand sign, which just doesn't belong there at all. Not the least little bit. For so many reasons. Mayte says it's clear that Ruben loves to dance, but he's anticipating his moves. But she gives him an 8. Lisa dings Ruben for not having enough foxtrot steps in favor of "crowd-pleasing rock and roll moves." Again, that's the choreographer's fault and also, the song does not go with foxtrot moves! I really think they did the best they could. She gives Ruben a 6. Danny agrees that foxtrot and "Old Time Rock & Roll" do not mix and he even makes a Paris Hilton joke to hit that point home. Danny, you are a good dance show judge. But you are not a good comedian. Danny says Ruben made it work, and he gives him an 8. That gives Ruben a very nice average of 7.3. And then he loses a ridiculous 10.3 pounds for a percentage of 3.64 and a total of 10.94 and first place. Ringer! Ruben has lost 41.8 pounds in one month like he's on The Biggest Loser or something.
Trice is the first of the bottom two to go. She meets with her partner Jesus for some schooling on this Broadway Fosse dancing style. It seems to involve a lot of throwing your shoulders back and putting your chest out. It's hard for Trice to do, so Jesus ties her arms behind her back. It helps, and then it's time to dance! Sure enough, Trice's arms are well behind her back. Apparently, a big part of Broadway Fosse is to lip sync to the music. Trice isn't very good at that, but I don't think they're judging her lip syncing abilities. There are props involved and it's kind of cheesy, but still better than the jazz dancing of Miles. Mayte loved it and even makes sure to praise Jesus' ability to train Trice so well. Lisa also loved it and says she liked seeing Trice do a dance where posture is so important. And then they over-edited the rest of Lisa's comments so it didn't really make sense. Danny says he really thought Trice would be out of the bottom two just because of how hard she had to work in her dance style this week, but maybe she built too much muscle or something. He adds that her feet were "flappy kippers." Danny is bringing the British this week. But she got the style part of the dance down and he enjoyed it, so I think Trice is safe this week. She lost a decent amount this week -- 3.9 pounds, but since everyone else had such great weeks I guess that's why she's on the bottom. She has a percentage of 1.55, which would have been just fine in any other week.