Tom takes a moment to show us the backstage area (The Red Room) where the dancers hang out when they're not dancing. Lance tells us that it's crazy back there, and Warren tells us there's a lot of energy. Rocco confesses that there's a lot of primping and adjusting parts back there as we see Kim Kardashian fixing her boobs. Warren thinks that Misty is one of the guys. Rocco and Toni make fun of Warren for bringing his own fan. Misty reveals that Cody always gets lost backstage. Maurice is very positive, always high-fiving people and hugging and offering congrats. Rocco is constantly texting. Aw, now I'm starting to not like him again. And everyone thinks Cloris is crazy. And then a bunch of people say that they're not ready to go home. That was an interesting idea for a segment, but it could have been a lot more candid and revealing. I bet some shit goes down when the cameras go off.
Time to reveal two more safe couples. The first one is... Warren and Kym. Joining them in safety are... Maurice and Cheryl. So who's left? Kim, Cloris, Misty, and Lance. And their partners, of course. The best part is that as they go to break, we see Mark totally walking away from Kim to congratulate someone and Kim just stands there like a mannequin. I don't think Mark likes her that much.
After the break, Tom and Samantha reveal one more safe couple first and it's... Lance and Lacey. They look mighty relieved. Joining them in safety are... Misty and Maks. Oh, thank God. Maks keeps things interesting. So to the surprise of no one, either Cloris or Kim is going home. Tom reminds us that they are not necessarily the bottom two. Samantha tries to ignore the fact that Cloris is pretending to faint and Corky is holding her up as Tom announces who's safe. So who's going home? Kim and Mark. Poor Mark. But thank God Kim is gone. Now I don't really hate anyone. Kim has to ruin my hate by saying that this is the five-year anniversary of her father's death and now I kind of feel bad. As the group joins Kim and Mark on the floor, Mark gives Corky a big hug, which is kind of sweet, except Corky kind of creeps me out. I notice Mark doesn't spend a whole lot of time hugging Kim, though. At least I won't have to see the now-scary Bruce Jenner in the audience next week. See you then!
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