Last night, Bristol worried that her role as spokesperson for teen abstinence might interfere with her rumba. And she should have been; it did seem kind of at odds. At the very least, they could have emphasized that she was playing a character. Look, I don't give a shit if she sleeps with the entire male population of Alaska or any other state, personally. But if she wants to pretend like she wasn't sleeping with Levi during their recent re-engagement/quick breakup, whatever. You know she was. Probably using birth control, but still. Anyway, they show the reaction backstage when Bristol's scores were announced, and Kurt and Maks were both stunned by the low scores. Watching it back, she was probably underscored by a point or two. Kyle talks about trying to be sexy as well, but at least he's not an abstinence advocate. Lacey wonders why he kissed her shoulder at the end, and blames it on his hormones. I'm a little sick of Lacey acting like she's so hot that of course Kyle wants to hump her. I mean, first of all, he's 19. He would hump a kitchen counter if no one was looking. And second of all, he is fairly famous in his own right; he could do better than stupid Lacey. She needs to calm down with her, "Oh, I'm so much older than this CHILD who is a whole THREE YEARS YOUNGER than me." Ugh. Hate her.
So what is the status of those two couples? Kyle and Lacey are safe. But Bristol and Mark are in jeopardy.
Now it's time to find out the fate of two more couples, Kurt and Anna, and Rick and Cheryl. But first, let's review what happened last night. Kurt was criminally underscored, although I do agree that his hands were pretty atrocious. And Rick had a mustache. Seriously, those are his highlights. But guess what? He's coming back next week because he's safe! Kurt and Anna are in jeopardy, probably due to their unfairly low scores. I don't know if I've mentioned that I thought they should have gotten higher scores.