While Toby's still hugging and kissing them each goodbye before they hop back down to the floor, Dave tells Toby that after the job Lukas did on this the first week, he was a little worried. "Me too, bro," Toby readily admits. But Dave says that he "bought it," and appreciated Toby's "crowd interaction." Ah, is that what the kids are calling it these days? Gilby tells Toby that he's having a great night, what with the Storm thing just now and the great performance he just gave. Tommy thinks that "Rebel Yell" correlates with Toby's history of public nudity for some reason. "God bless you," Tommy finishes. God's like, "Eh, not so much." Especially when Tommy adds, "Grab those girls and let's go back to my dressing room." Toby makes a joke about carding them, but they're too busy screaming up at him and holding up their hands -- emblazoned with the triumphant battle-cry "EVS," of course -- to notice. Brooke comes up and makes some bland comment about groupies, then gives the voting spiel for Toby and Storm before going to commercial.
Speaking of which, how is an army of animated scissors on the streets, walking around points-up, anything but scary as fuck?
When we come back, Brooke tells us that Dilana's ready to move on after the rough week she had. And her pre-interview bears this out, as she tells us, "I realized, it's okay." What a relief that she found the generosity to let herself off the hook. There's a hero montage of Dilana's many performances, and then she's in her room, practicing "Mother Mother" while strumming her new Flying V, and also on some steps outside on her acoustic. She interviews that this is her chance to let out all of her emotions from the week. Because she's been the queen of restraint the whole time.