Okay, back to our show, where the random audience shouts seem to fit in much better. AdéChiké had that paso doble with Jose (we'll be mentioning that again in a minute) and the Suitcase hip hop with Comfort. The judges liked the hip hop a lot more than I did, as I remember. Robert danced with Lauren the All-Star and Lauren the One From This Season. Jose danced on the edge of the stage with Allison and did that paso doble from earlier in the paragraph. In one of the backstage segments, I notice that whoever makes the signs for each segment has numbered them in a graffiti font, which I like. So who's safe? We'll find out after a commercial, which I don't think anyone enjoys. Knock it off.
Okay, I'll honor the commercial break by skipping a line. AdéChiké is safe, and Robert and Jose both seem happy for him. That's something I like about this show as opposed to, say, Top Chef: these contestants all seem to like each other. It makes watching the show a more pleasant experience when it's not full of people insulting each other.
Oh, what's happening now? This is DJ Smart, who had a great solo in Las Vegas. And we didn't get to see the whole thing, so here it is. He's an African-American gentleman, dancing only in his shorts and a chain connecting his wrists. He moves with great assurance. I think his striped shorts are a little distracting, but I have no complaints otherwise. I believe Mr. Smart probably works out. After the dance, Cat thanks him and tells him the key to his chains are in her dressing room. Oh my.
Hey, do you want to watch home videos of people doing the National Dance Day dance? Me neither. It's July 31, if you must know.
Next on the parade of time-filler is a reminder of Neil and Lauren. Remember that Wade Robson dance they did in Season Three? I, um, don't. Sorry. I suppose it's my fault for not watching that season until the last couple episodes. But if you watched it back then and liked it, here it is again. Neil has a cane and a hat. Say, do you think it's occurred to the producers that the all-star format means that this sort of thing won't be happening? I mean, we've only had a few dances where Season Seven people danced with Season Seven. Especially since people keep going down and getting replaced by choreographer's assistants. After the dance, Cat makes with a reference to the Michael Keaton Batman.