But did the judges enjoy it? Carrie Ann says she liked it. She admits the technique was lacking, but it was fun. Len tells him to turn his feet out, and the crowd boos. Tom awkwardly points out that Heather Mills is in the audience, and how she only has one leg. What? Tom usually isn't that awkward. Bruno also compliments the fun, and not the technique, and the audience boos again. Oh, shut up, audience. The judges are supposed to harp on technique because God knows the home audience won't care, for the most part. Scores: Carrie Ann 7, Len 7, and Bruno 7. So they tied Marie and Jonathan. Mark makes a nerd joke about prime numbers, and says he'll improve his technique in the future. God, Samantha is just so terrible. She has no smoothness when she interviews. She does okay (generally) when delivering the standard patter, but when she has to improv, she's terrible.
Last week, Sabrina and Mark got a perfect score. I still don't get it. Mark explains that the rumba is "a vertical expression of a horizontal desire." So Sabrina gets all giggly, because she can't handle it. And then Mark's mom shows up? She's a three-time Latin ballroom champion, but Sabrina feels weird dancing so intimately with Mark when his mom's right there. Mark's mom does help Sabrina though. Their routine is fairly sexy, but Sabrina sometimes slides into cutesy and giggly. They do one pretty amazing move where Sabrina slides all the way down Mark's body. I kind of thought there were going to make out at the end. I think Mark has a boner. I wonder what dancers do when that happens with those tight pants? There's no hiding it. I bet they have to strap things down. And...I've officially thought too much about it.