Bruno thought they took the foxtrot to Broadway, and had great extensions and turns. He even brings up Ben Vereen! Just like me! Carrie Ann gives him two snaps up, and everyone laughs. She also compliments the difficult choreography. Len tells him that one dance doesn't win or lose the competition, but Len feels this was their best dance so far. Scores: Carrie Ann 8, Len 8 and Bruno 8. DAG and Kym seem pretty happy with those numbers. DAG breaks into song about how great the judges are, and Samantha says he's a Tony winner, even though he was actually a nominee. Good one.
Woz and his hamstring injury are going to perform next. Last week, they survived the dance-off. In rehearsals, Woz pulled that hamstring and felt like he couldn't dance that week. He kept practicing but also kept getting twinges in his leg. So they start their samba. You guys, he's terrible. I mean, he's worse than both Jerry Springer and Billy Ray Cyrus. I don't get it. I think it's nice that serious geeks and Apple fans are psyched to see him out there, but I loved Adam Carolla and I could admit that it was time for him to go. Woz even tries to do the worm and it's terrible. I don't even know what their ending was, but it made me feel uncomfortable. He needs to leave, now. Karina is embarrassed.
Carrie Ann thinks Woz is cute and adorable, but at some point the novelty wears off. The audience boos, but please. Woz claims he had never seen the Worm before, so THAT'S why he didn't do that well. Ugh. All good feelings I had for him are leaving. Len says that it was terrible from start to finish. Bruno thinks Woz needs to beg forgiveness because it was the worst samba he's ever seen. Poor Karina. She's a good sport. She's laughing, because what else can she do? Scores: Carrie Ann 4, Len 3 and Bruno 3. The audience is screaming and booing and you can barely hear Woz joke that they probably deserved even lower scores. I wish he really thought that, but his blog posts tell a different story.
Melissa and Tony (who I kind of forgot were on the show, even though they've danced really well so far) got high praise last week. Melissa had to go back to Dallas this week to clean out her desk. Wait, she's quitting her job? That doesn't seem like a great idea in this economy. Melissa and Tony have the foxtrot this week. Melissa looks great -- very graceful. Tony's choreography impresses me, too. But it's all kind of boring to me for some reason. I think she's just boring.
Len thought it was fantastic overall, although he gives her some technical advice on her footwork. Bruno is really impressed with her musicality. Carrie Ann thinks it looks like the dancing comes too easily for her, especially compared to someone like Woz, and she needs to challenge herself more. I agree with Carrie Ann that something is missing. Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 9 and Bruno 9.