Len thought it was fantastic with the intricate steps, and he explains that the lifts are allowed in the Argentine tango. Why not tell me that ahead of time? I can't be the only one that was confused. Len thought he saw a tiny blunder, though. Bruno thinks this was "the revenge of the Maneater" and then says something about how she drew pictures with her legs? I don't even know. Carrie Ann thought it was the best Argentine tango they've seen. Better than Gilles? I don't know about that. I think maybe she's getting caught up in the moment. Scores: Carrie Ann 10, Len 9 and Bruno 10. After the scores, Tony reveals that Melissa was dancing with bruised ribs.
Last week, the judges loved LT, even though I wasn't that impressed. LT was happy to dance to music that had words, since that's his criteria. This week, LT had a charity golf tournament, so he brought Edyta along. He made her try to hit a golf ball, and it gave her empathy for how difficult it is for him to dance. They begin rehearsing their waltz, and LT has trouble understanding the gracefulness necessary for this dance. So I don't have high hopes, and... it's actually pretty awesome! The beginning is not my favorite -- Edyta is lying on the steps, and I thought she was dead or something, but I guess she was supposed to be sleeping, and then LT goes over and "wakes" her up. But LT is very graceful and smooth throughout, with good extension on his arms and legs, and good footwork. At one point, he goes down to one knee and sort of slips, but he recovers nicely. That horrible coat that Edyta is wearing gets removed about halfway through, and her dress is just beautiful, very flowy in shades of blue. Except that there is an attached scarf that goes from her back to her wrist and during her turns it gets caught on her head. I think the audience giggled about that. But overall, great job and probably my favorite routine for these two so far. It's a good week for them to have a breakthrough because I've been pushing for LT to go for a while now.