Bruno thinks the footwork was good, and Floyd was light on his feet. He needs to work on his posture, but showed great improvement. Carrie Ann likes Floyd's spunk, and advises him to stop leading with his shoulders. Len knew Floyd would like this dance, because it's all on the balls of his feet, but he needs to avoid looking like he's trying to block a left hook. Floyd laughs through the remarks, because they're all very true. I don't normally comment on commercials, but is there anything more awesome than the little kids doing the robot in the MasterCard commercial? I freaking love that. Anyway, after the break, the scores come in: 7, 7, and 7. Floyd says he's happy with the score, and that he loves being recognized for dancing as much as boxing. Karina hugs Floyd and says that he's the "gentleman of all time!" When we cut back to Tom, he pretends to talk to someone offstage: "What's that? Mario's on line two?" Ha! Tom! That was funny.
Jane and Tony rehearse the mambo. Jane has trouble with the hip action. For some reason, they bring in a snake to show Jane how to slither around. Tony is really scared of the snake. That was almost as pointless as the etiquette expert. Jane looks freaking fantastic. She's got better legs than most twenty-year-olds I know. Jane is still a little stiff, and Tony isn't flashy enough to distract in the same way that Maks or Derek can be. Jane ends up looking too careful.
What do the judges think? Len thought it was precise and neat, when it needed to be raunchy and sizzling. I totally agree, but the audience boos and boos. Tom points out that Len used to hate raunch. Bruno thought was pretty and elegant, and Jane needs to get her fangs out. Carrie Ann thought the elegance worked, and Jane's playing to her strengths. Tom walks close to the camera to talk to us about voting, and then realizes that we're in HD. Yes, I am now, Tom. And you do need to back it up. Jane tells Drew backstage that she thinks you can have mambo moves that are both sexy and classy. Tony tells her she did a great job. Jane says she's having a great time, and no one can believe she's doing it. Despite the judges' disagreement in their comments, they end up giving 7, 7, and 7 yet again.