Finally, some relief from the schmaltz with the second half of DanceCenter. They make fun of Kelly's swearing, and then joke that Dmitry is one of the celebrities because Mya must be the pro. I kind of think that DanceCenter has been defanged a bit over the years though. I feel like it was meaner back in the day, and I liked it. And then they play electric football like my brother and I used to play back in the '70s. Remember how it took like thirty minutes to set up all the little guys and then you'd turn on the giant vibrating piece of metal and... nothing would really happen? My brother had this whole complex set of rules on top of the actual set of rules to determine who won. And no surprise, he always won. Come to think of it, as my older brother, he usually won every game we played. Like we used to play Monopoly, and I didn't understand money or adding yet, so he would just tell me, "Give me one yellow one and one pink one" or whatever. And I always lost! He is such a cheater. I'm going to call him right now and give him a piece of my mind.
Time to reveal who's going home! Tom gets as far as saying, "The couple who is not going through to the semifinals is... going to be revealed after these commercials." Oh, Tom. You are no Ryan Seacrest. And thank God for that.
So after the break, Tom is finally going to reveal who's going home. And who is eliminated? Aaron and Karina. Thank freaking God. I've been hoping for this for many weeks now. Kelly looks shocked. I think she really thought that she was done. In his final interview, Aaron says that the one thing he will always remember is the lessons that he's learned. See, again that doesn't answer the questions. Aaron thanks the judges for their criticism and helping him learn. Len has asked for time to speak to Aaron, which he's never done before, and he gives a nice speech about how proud he is of Aaron and how much he's grown. That's nice because I think Aaron really needed that. As much as he annoyed me, he's had it rough growing up and I hope he does get that approval he so desperately seeks. Okay, enough Psych 101. Thank God he's gone. Can't wait until next week -- the semifinals! See you then.