Tom recaps (leave it to the professionals!) that the women came out swinging on Monday night, and the men answered back. Tonight, we find out who will go home first. LIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIVE!
Do you think Drew resents the fact that they make him keep reminding the audience that he's just subbing for Samantha? Like at what point does he just get to host without explaining why he's there? Because maybe at that point, he can use the leftover time to explain why he's orange.
Let's see if the male contestants have anything new or interesting to say now that they have performed. Nope, not really. They pretty much say exactly what you would expect. The actual only interesting thing that happens during this segment is that my local station breaks in to say that a tornado was sighted about ten miles from my house. Too bad I wasn't home at the time! I would complain about missing part of the show, but seriously. What could have happened, other than more filler. I'm going to take a guess what happened. Tom and/or Drew spoke to the judges to find out their overall impressions on both the men and the women. Len said something about the bar being raised. Bruno spouted some alliteration. Carrie Ann thought everything was awesome. Drew stuttered and looked orange. Tom made a joke and threw it to commercial break (I hope, because if I'm not missing a commercial break right now, I'm missing a whole lot of show time). Maybe Dolly Parton is singing? I would hate to miss that! Oh, my God! Local weatherman! He is going on and on. We get it! Tornado! Take cover!
Finally! We're back, and I didn't miss Dolly Parton. She's going to sing "9 to 5" which is, like, my favorite Dolly Parton song of all time. Or maybe "Islands in thte Stream," because it also features Kenny Rogers. The pros dance while Dolly sings, and I do some couchdancing, and my dog gives me a dirty look.
Ooh, apparently I missed two of the women being announced safe (I later discovered it was Jennie Garth and Sabrina). Sorry about that. Now it's time for Drew to talk to the men. He asks them how they feel about their chances. Of course, no one says, "I'm totally going to beat these other losers."
And in more useless filler news, the audience gets to sound off. As usual, the editors are careful to include comments praising each person so the net result is that there's no consensus in the audience. Other than the people from The Bachelor, there aren't any celebrity cameos that I notice.