Ralph Macchio is the last one to dance this week. He explains that the song "Stay Gold" from The Outsiders was very meaningful to him, and it was his wedding song with his wife Phyllis. They show wedding footage from 1987, and Ralph looks about fourteen. I hope that Ralph takes the money he's earning each week on this show and puts it towards a better wig, because the one he's got is terrible. Anyway, he dedicates this rumba to his wife, and it's sweet how devoted he still seems. At least publicly.
So this rumba is nice. I might be rumba'd out, after all of the rumbas this evening. You guys, I have watched The Outsiders more than a few times, and I do not remember this song at all. AT ALL. It's terrible. It's so 1980s. Ralph still has the problem of making the moves a bit too quickly and ahead of the beat, and his hip action is bad at times. However, some of his poses are very nice. He has the opposite problem of Chelsea; he does better in hold than out of it. At the end, he goes over and kisses his wife and high fives his son. I dig that his family looks like any family you'd see at the mall. Like his son is a little awkward. Len thinks the routine needs a little refinement, but overall it was appealing. Bruno needs Ralph to treat Karina like a woman and not like she's too hot to handle. Carrie Ann thought it was sweet, and then the judges all start yelling over one another. Scores: Carrie Ann 7, Len 7 and Bruno 7. For all their arguing, the judges agreed on their scores.