Backstage, Samantha talks to some people, uselessly. Aaron says that he was upset after his dance because he felt like he let Karina and Len down. Debi says that she was frustrated because she screwed up her ending, and she had done it perfectly in rehearsals. Michael admits that his scores hurt him, but he did have fun out there. Tom tries to get Len to admit that he feels guilty, but hey, he's just doing his job.
Clip package on how the celebrities' first impressions have changed. Lessons learned: it's way harder than anyone thought. People are different than originally thought -- Tom DeLay likes rhinestones and Chuck is a teddy bear. Even though they are performers, the stars still got terrified when they walked out on the stage.
After the package, Tom DeLay announces that he won't be continuing in the competition, because he just isn't able to practice and that's not fair to him and to Cheryl. The crowd actually sounds sad. I guess I'm not in his demographic. Tom Bergeron asks DeLay to, if he's up to it, come back for the finale and do the dance he would have done next week, the Texas Two Step.
Tom Bergeron announces that they'll still be eliminating a couple this week, and it's time to find out some more results. Mya and Natalie are both safe, but Joanna and Derek are in jeopardy. Derek makes the same face that Jenny Slate made when she dropped the f-bomb on live television last week.
And after the break, we get to find out if any of the four remaining men are in jeopardy. So that would be Donny, Louie, Aaron, and Mark. Donny, Louie, and Mark are safe. Aaron and Karina are in jeopardy. Aaron looks really surprised. God, I want him to go home. I really can't stand that little nerd.
Backstage, Melissa and Kelly talk to Samantha. Kelly reveals what was up with her kiss with Louis at the end of their routine. It seems that they dared each other to kiss, and Kelly knew that if she didn't kiss him, he would kiss her, so she took control. And the Melissa talks boring talk about being nervous.