The dance off. Is the disco period just such a source of laughter that a dance montage sequence of really mediocre disco dancing by Josh, Harrison and Lily is just supposed to be a laugh in and of itself? No, it isn't. Nicole, since she's the judge instead of April now that she's class president, declares Josh to be the winner. I have to say that I totally agree with her decision. He was the best dancer. Of course Lily comes up to Nicole to protest. "Are you so consumed with your own power that you have forgotten about your soul sisters in the movement?" asks Lily. Instead of just informing Lily that her dancing, in fact, sucked, Nicole tells Lily that women who have true power never share it with other women. Mary Cherry and Carmen also try to ruin Nicole's moment. They confront her about the financial scandal that Gus Latrine uncovered. Unfortunately, though, Gus recants what he told them earlier, leaving Mary Cherry and Carmen suspended for making false accusations. Gus winks at Nicole. She winks back. It is then that Nicole announces which club she's cutting. "It begins with a 'G' and rhymes with Amazons," she says. She also cuts the Travolta club because she can.
Jane and Sam yet again make a meal. What is up with them being the official cooks of the palace? Brooke comes home and informs them that she won't be eating if Dad is going to be at the table. Enter Jamie. Brooke is shocked and asks him what he's doing there. "Actually," says Jamie. "I was invited." Brooke wants to know by whom. Mike enters and tells Brooke that since she'll be dating this guy, they ought to get to know him. Whatever.