The routine itself is very Happy Days with Brooke wearing a poodle skirt and pigtails and Derek with the aforementioned giant pompadour. Derek's lack of confidence really shows, and it seems to kind of rub off on Brooke as she also seems hesitant, which is not what you want in a routine that relies on high-flying moves. Both Brooke and Derek do flips at one point; the most impressive part to me is that Derek stands behind Brooke and lifts her off the ground and then carries her down the stairs in the opening. I know Brooke is light, but Derek must be quite strong. The problem I have with this routine is that it indulges the worst of Derek's goofball ADD antics. There are some cool Hough moves in there, to be sure, but it's choppy and kind of manic overall. Len thinks that Brooke is top notch no matter what dance she does. Bruno thought it was vigorous and upbeat. Carrie Ann asks if she can nitpick, and then says that there are no nits to pick because it was awesome. I think I was biased by Derek's giant hair. Backstage, Derek keeps shaking his head around to make his hair shake. He needs to go back on the meds. Scores: Carrie Ann 10, Len 9, and Bruno 10. What? That was horseshit. That was not nearly perfect.
So last but not least (hopefully) are Cody and Julianne. As mentioned before, Julianne is dressed up like '50s Lucille Ball and I don't know if Cody is supposed to be Ricky, but he looks nothing like him. So maybe he's just generic '50s guy and since Derek took the greaser look, he had to go for Mr. Bowtie. Last week, there was all that gross talk about Cody becoming a man. Like Derek, Julianne has trouble teaching the jitterbug because she doesn't know what she's doing. So to try to figure it out, they go and spy on Derek and Brooke. After some lame attempts at trash talk, Cody and Julianne go back to rehearsal. Julianne wants to do a lot of lifts and throws and Cody doesn't really seem strong enough for all that, but they're going for it.