Then there's a clip package where the various stars reveal how scared they are of the double elimination. Woz doesn't understand how it works. Well, the two lowest scoring couples go home. How is that hard to understand? Isn't he supposed to be smart? Basically, they all agree that it's scary and that they aren't ready to go home yet.
As Tom gets ready to reveal some more fates, Gilles is noticeably absent. Apparently, he had to use the men's room. He runs in just as the lights go down. The next couple to be saved is Chuck and Julianne. And the next couple in the bottom three is Steve-O and Lacey. So I'm guessing that the third couple in the bottom is DAG and Kym. Boooo!
Hey, remember Boyz II Men? They'll make love to you? They have a hard time saying goodbye to yesterday? They've come to the end of the road? They're not too hard, not too soft? I apparently remember them (and their songs) quite well. Well, they are back! Like the New Kids! And they are performing a medley of Motown songs for your audio-visual pleasure. Cheryl, Tony, Kym, and Dmitry will be dancing along. I will say this for the Boyz -- they are doing some vigorous choreography given that they must be at least my age if not older. Cheryl is dancing with Tony while Dmitry dances with Kym. Cheryl has really toned up in the off-season. Her cut-outs at the waist no longer make me uncomfortable. The ironic thing is that the Boyz sound great on the two covers they do, but sound kind of terrible on "End of the Road." They look like they know it too. Maybe they caught Samantha's illness.
Samantha is backstage with more couples. Chuck says he's thrilled that they got a standing ovation for the first time last night. Steve-O says that he's not used to dealing with stress and pressure without drugs and alcohol and he's proud every day that he doesn't get loaded. The audience laughs, but he's totally serious and for once, Samantha actually has an appropriate reaction as she says that he's doing great.