Len enjoyed the footwork, but he did catch a slip-up, and thought it was frantic like their paso doble. Tom makes a joke about Len being old. Bruno thought it was "fast and furious" and tells him to watch out for losing the sharpness with the speed. Carrie Ann likes that Gilles is multifaceted, but thinks he needs to watch his arms. Man! I am crazy tonight. Usually I tend to agree with the judges for the most part, but tonight it's all off. And at least they didn't do a '50s theme, which it seems like everyone else does with the jive. Backstage, Gilles says that this was the hardest routine he's ever done. Scores: Carrie Ann 9, Len 8, and Bruno 9. Man! I still think it was underscored. I don't think Melissa and Tony were better. Maybe they're just trying to keep it interesting, because if Gilles is on top every week, it's boring.
The final couple to perform is Chuck and Julianne. The judges liked them last week, but I thought they were boring, especially for Julianne. This week, they have the rumba. Chuck talks about how he feels pressure to show chemistry with Julianne, since they are together. Julianne has a hard time getting Chuck to follow her instructions because he thinks she's being mean. He's kind of a baby. So they go to the site of their first date and relive it, which seems to help. At least for the purposes of this clip package. But Chuck really needs to cut it with all this "be a man" stuff, because it's lame. So their routine starts and Chuck, the man, is wearing a sheer black lace shirt with sparkles. I can't believe he agreed to wear that one. Julianne is dressed in lingerie. Seriously. With thigh high stockings. They dance to "She Will Be Loved" and in my head this makes me think of two things: 1) Ryan Gosling and Rachel McAdams accepting the MTV Movie award for Best Kiss (and if you haven't seen that clip, Google it, because it is HOT) and 2) that I always used to sing the words "There wiiiiiiiilll be blood!" in honor of the movie every time I heard it. So I'm not really thinking about romance. Anyway, their routine is probably the best they've ever done. There's not a ton of dancing, but I can see the chemistry for the first time.