Oh, I liked Kathryn's solo a lot last night, I think. I like it this time, anyway. Mary compares her to Cyd Charisse and Ginger Rogers and sounds choked up to see Kathryn here. Kathryn also gets choked up, which sends us all back to the beginning of the season when she wouldn't stop crying and talking in that really high register. Nathan comes out and does his thing, with an interestingly aggressive energy. Nigel talks for a while without saying all that much. He does make an interesting point when he reminds us that people aren't really being voted for elimination, since people are voting for other people.
And now it's time for Snoop Dogg. There will also be America's Best Dance Crew, who are Quest (whose members include, Hok, Ryan and Dominic from SYTYCD season's past). Hey, there's that guy from the K-Mart commercial! Snoop seems okay with everyone watching the dancing instead of him, and throws the occasional "So You Think You Can Dance!" and "What's My Name?" into the rap. I actually kind of enjoy this. And why not? It's good dancing with live Snoop Dogg! Incidentally, Snoop's microphone has a giant blinged-out "SNOOP DOGG" hilt. So you'd think he could remember his damn name, is all I'm sayin'.
It's time to actually send someone packing. Adam and Cat share a moment of sadness. Awww. But no time for them. It's time for Noelle to go. She gets a big hug from Cat, which has to be some consolation. Noelle maintains that she is still happy, and her smile does look pretty genuine. The sad montage is sad, and does not mention that first-week injury controversy. Cat reminds us that Mollee and Noelle are BFFs, and Mollee is shown crying. Noelle is crying, but keeps smiling through it. That's the benefit of a good upbringing.
Cat asks Ryan and Nathan if they're ready for their results, and Nathan answers "Not really." I've always wanted someone to try that. Turns out it doesn't work. And Nathan is going home! I thought he had another week in him. We go to Nathan's montage after a quick shot of Ashleigh and Ryan embracing offstage. Cat bids us goodbye and we're out.
Monty saw both Ninja Assassin and New Moon last weekend. Verdict: They're both silly. You can email Monty at email@example.com if that's your idea of a good time.