Len thinks it was like watching a story unfold right before his eyes and he loved everything about it. Tom interrupts to shield Kym from the camera so that she can fix her dress since her boob was falling out. Actually, her pastie was falling out -- I rewound to see because I totally missed it. So no nipple was shown, sorry guys. Bruno saw the gamut of emotions and as he describes it, he practically strips naked and fondles himself. Oh, Bruno. Carrie Ann is really choked up and says she's really happy Kym is okay, and she's impressed with how Hines partnered and protected Kym throughout the routine. Scores: Carrie Ann 10, Len 10, and Bruno 10. The first perfect score of the season.
Time for round two! In this round, the packages are all about what inspired each celebrity, and Ralph was inspired by his parents. They show a picture of Ralph at probably ten years old and he seriously looks the same. Ralph admits that his career hasn't been on fire recently, but he's been able to spend more time with his wife and children. But seriously, producers. He's got mouths to feed. Call him. Anyway, Ralph and Karina are doing the salsa. They're dressed in a very Scarface fashion, as Ralph is wearing a silk shirt and gold chains and Karina has the crazy Afro wig. Their dance is... okay. I can't point to anything technically (other than Ralph's ridiculous butt padding) but it doesn't seem fun. He seems grimly determined to act like he's having fun.
Len thought it was too wild and there wasn't any rhythm. I agree. Bruno tells Ralph he was too rough with his pussy and they bleep it. Bruno tries to play it off like he was talking about Karina, who is wearing leopard print, but the audience boos and boos. That did seem a little harsh. I mean, Bruno had to have known how that would be taken. Even if he'd just said that Ralph was too rough with his pussycat Karina, I think it might have worked. Carrie Ann says that, oddly, she liked it, even if the technique wasn't quite there, and she thinks Ralph had a lot of fun. Scores: Carrie Ann 8, Len 7, and Bruno 8. That's about right, but they are in trouble. Ralph is really emotional backstage. Tom makes a crack about Karina's wig coming from the Bert Lahr estate. He played the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz. Very few people under 50 got that joke. I did because I'm a nerd.