Adam (who looks like Norm MacDonald imitating Burt Reynolds with his fake moustache) and Julianne are up next. Adam jokes that after Carrie Ann called him sexy, he decided to ditch his family and move to Europe to model. Julianne thinks that if Adam can just focus on the dance and not offend anyone, they'll be in good shape. Adam, for his part, claims that he's in it...not to lose it. As their dance begins, Julianne is alone on the floor and then out comes Adam...on a unicycle! Wearing a Zorro mask and hat! He makes a complete circle of the floor before hopping off, and you know how I hate business before a dance. I think it's a smart move for Adam to reduce the amount of actual dancing as much as he can, but I would take a point off for that. It was interesting though, and different. Once they start dancing, Adam is technically okay, although he's too stiff, like his first routine. Julianne does a lot of smoke and mirrors to disguise it. He's better than the first two routines, but not as good as last week, in my mind. But it's funny without being super corny like Joey Fatone was. But Joey Fatone is a better dancer, so maybe it evens out.
Did the judges buy the unicycle bit? Carrie Ann says it was awesome until he got off the unicycle, and then says it was very creative. Bruno thinks Adam is a lovable character, so you want him to do well, but he's not much of a dancer. He did like the content that Julianne added. Bruno thinks Adam is "the classic example that genius and insanity go hand-in-hand" but the insanity takes over on the dance floor. So they were all entertained, but they all agree that the dancing wasn't great. Scores: Carrie Ann 6, Len 7, Bruno 6 for a total of 19. The audience boos. Well, a couple of people boo. Samantha asks Adam if the unicycle trick was a disaster. Adam says his first instinct was to let Julianne dance and he would drive around her in a Rascal for ten minutes. Adam tries to get in a plug for his movie The Hammer, which is getting great reviews, although it's not playing anywhere near me yet. But maybe it's playing near you! And it's kind of a chick flick! Anyway, Tom does him a solid and mentions his movie again.