They review what happened with Kurt and Anna last night. And he seriously killed that Instant Dance. He was so good! And yet he got three 8s. I don't get it. Kurt doesn't either. Jennifer was in pain last night, and I think it showed in her dance, but the judges didn't mention it. I don't think I appreciated the move Jennifer did in her rumba where she balanced her heel on Derek's shoulder and then did a split balanced only by that heel and one foot on the floor. That's amazing. And it was the first perfect score. I thought so, but was too lazy to check last night and figured that the show would have mentioned it if it were. They usually make a big deal out of things like that.
Results: Derek and Jennifer are safe, but Kurt and Anna are in jeopardy.
Brooke is backstage with Bristol and Mark, and Maks and Brandy. She asks Maks about the argument with Carrie Ann, and he says he wants to apologize to the fans, because he knows that they don't want to see the drama; they just want to see beautiful dancing, and he lost his cool. So that's all good, right? And then Brooke asks a good follow-up for once in her life, one that Maks had to know was coming: she asks if he has anything to say to Carrie Ann. Maks says that he thinks they should just do their jobs. So he didn't apologize to her. Which is bullshit. Even if he still thinks she was wrong (she wasn't), he should apologize for being a dick. He can say that he's sorry for continuing the argument without claiming to be wrong. Sigh. Oh, Maks. You make it so hard to love you.
Some little kids are on hand to play piano and dance. The thing I love about these little dancers is that these are the future Dereks and Juliannes and Marks. They were all competing at this age; you can see them on YouTube. If this show is somehow still on the air in ten years, you can bet these will be the pros. And I like when the little kids do dances like the jive, because it seems age-appropriate. I don't like when they do the rumba or the tango. It gives me the creeps. So this was cute.