The final three couples are finally (no pun intended) introduced to the tune of Superman for some reason. Yes, we know who the finalists are. We know their role on the show. I guess this is for the people who skipped the first hour of filler and are just tuning in for the second hour of filler. The first to dance their final dance is Warren and Kym. But before they perform, let's relive his journey. Kym was shocked at how big Warren is, but was psyched to see how light he is on his feet. Warren had a crazy schedule this week, which is how he explains the week that he kind of screwed up. I thought the problem was his shoes? Kym thinks Warren is funny, charming, and cuddly. Warren gives Kym all respect for making him the dancer that he is, and he tells her that he loves her. Aw. That was actually sweet. Even hardened, crusty old me was touched. Good thing my husband's already in bed, since his feelings for Warren are well-documented.
Warren and Kym are doing their hustle to "Funkytown." They added a few lifts, since they're finally allowed. Warren seems a little nervous. He's connecting with Kym but he hasn't started doing his thing with the audience. Oh, there he goes. They start cheering his moves and he smiles. He gets a solo moment and the audience loves that too. This is clearly the routine Warren is most comfortable with, since it's the most like dancing in a nightclub or a bar or whatever. The audience cheers long and loud for them when they finish. Len tells Warren that regardless of what the judges think, Warren is the people's champion. Everyone smiles when he dances. Bruno tells Warren he is a crafty hustler. Is Bruno talking about rough trade again? Carrie Ann admires how Warren inspires people to get out there and dance, no matter their shape or size. Backstage, Samantha asks if he's looking forward to getting his life back. Warren plugs his Showtime show and then we get scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 9, and Bruno 9. Hmm. I guess they aren't going with their perfect score. So their overall total is 80 out of 90 from the judges.
Next up are Lance and Lacey. Remember when Lance met Lacey? He was excited to bring edge to the dance floor, but that got them in some trouble with the judges. And then Lance and Lacey got in a fight because Lacey thought he was too negative. Lance vows that they will be friends for life. Lacey thinks that Lance has changed as a dancer and a person, and has really come out. Of his shell! His shell! So Lance and Lacey are going to do their jitterbug -- the sailor-themed one from when Lance's grandfather was in the audience. Lance makes this one face while he's dancing that drives me crazy -- it looks like on The Office when Karen did the imitation of the face that Jim always made to camera? Like a smirk? Lance and Lacey look like they're having a ton of fun, but I don't really like all the stunts -- the routine ends up being a hectic, sloppy mess. And I think Lacey might have a crush on Lance too, based on the intense hug she gives him at the end of the dance. Bruno thinks Lance has become a showman. Carrie Ann thought it was great, even if there were a few technical problems, and she applauds their willingness to take risks. Len tells them that they totally deserved to be in the finals, even if he had his doubts early on. Backstage, Samantha asks Lance and Lacey about their rebel status. Lance says he's so happy that they did whatever they did to get there. Samantha points out that both Cheryl and Julianne won in their first seasons on the show and Lacey says she's just happy to be there. Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 9, and Bruno 10. They have a total of 81, putting them a smidge ahead of Warren and Kym.