Kurt and Anna were a little disappointed with their scores last week (AND THEY SHOULD BE), but Kurt knows that he can persevere, because he's had disappointment on the football field and come back from them. Their song is from Bewitched. Kurt has to explain the show to Anna. And then there's a cute segment where he's shocked that she doesn't know who Walter Payton is, and she brings up the first two Russian dogs in space, and I don't know. Language barriers are funny sometimes. So of course, their whole quickstep is based on the premise that Kurt messes up and Anna wiggles her nose and he changes into a good dancer, I guess? Hmm. This is not Kurt's dance. I think part of it is that he's pigeon-toed, but more than that, he's not selling it and enjoying himself like he has in weeks past. It just doesn't have that sparkle.
Carrie Ann compares him to Gene Kelly. Really? Len thinks it was a huge improvement over last week, though there were still some areas that they could work on. Bruno thinks that the magic is back. Maybe I'm just tired, but I'm not seeing what the judges are seeing. I hate when that happens. It makes me want to go back and watch it again, to see what I missed. Then I realize that I can do that tomorrow night, when they recap everyone's dances. Scores: Carrie Ann 8, Len 8 and Bruno 8 for a total of 24. It's their highest score so far.
This week, Audrina and Tony have the rumba, so Tony thinks it will help with the judges' complaints that Audrina is aloof and icy. At one point, they are in hold, and he asks if she can go lower. She thinks that he means her hands, so she totally grabs his ass, but he meant her body. Oops. And then there's a whole thing about how eating onions and garlic will make it less awkward in an intimate situation. I guess because it can't accidentally get REAL, because your breath is so bad? So Audrina chomps on a raw onion. DUDE! I'm sure he meant cooked onions and garlic. Gross. Did it help her rumba? Okay, first of all the band is MURDERING "Unwritten," which is a great song. It's horrible. Like it took me a few minutes to realize what song it was, even though they told me it was the theme from The Hills, and I used to weecap that show. Anyway, the song is all wrong, and it kind of ruins the dance for me; I think Audrina lacks enough hip action, and it's not intimate enough. And if Audrina can't do sexy, what can she do?