Priscilla and Louis are up next, since they had the second highest scores last week with their tango. Priscilla is wearing seafoam green, and I noticed many of the waltz ladies are wearing pastels this week. When they stand together, they look like the ill-advised pastel rainbow bridesmaids' dresses my second cousin had when she got married in 1976. You know -- each bridesmaid wore a different color of the rainbow? Except there was also a Bicentennial theme, so they were like Little House dresses? And everyone wore bonnets? How I wish I were making this up. I was the flower girl. Anyway, Priscilla and Louis go roller-blading? To help their waltz? I don't know. Anyway, Priscilla screws up the footwork in the opening, and then again in the middle, but her gracefullness is very nice to see. There's a clear lift at the end, though, as Louis swings her around and both her feet come off the ground.
Bruno liked her romance, and gives her advice on her posture. Carrie Ann thinks Priscilla does a great job of not showing in her face when her feet falter. Um, that's because her face is Botoxed up? Carrie Ann points out the lift, but doesn't make a big deal out of it. Len also liked the choreography, but felt at times they were rushing it, and also says he'll deduct a point for the lift. As long as they're consistent about that, I think that's fair. As we wait for the scores, Tom says, "This ain't no disco. This ain't no country club either." At first I was like, "Is he quoting the Talking Heads? Tom!" But no, he was quoting Sheryl Crow because she's going to be on tomorrow night. Backstage, Samantha asks Priscilla about the lifts, and Priscilla says that she might not beat Kristi tonight, but there will be other nights. Scores? Carrie Ann 7, Len 7, and Bruno 8 for a total of 22.