Courtney and Gev and Chelsie and Mark are sweating it out on stage. Courtney says she's gangsta, making me hate her more. Chelsie and Mark show off their jazz hands, which is already so played out. But "Kiss Kiss" makes me forget it. Then Mark laughs at Chelsie's blue foxtrot gown saying she "looks like a bird." Who is in the bottom two? Courtney and Gev. Too bad, so sad. Cat says they are the cutest thing on the planet. Nigel says that the are little people and he doesn't think "America likes little dancers." Ha. Courtney gets all defense, clearly not understand that Nigel is joking. Gev's stifling a laugh though.
Will it be Jessica and Will or Comfort and Thayne in the bottom? Hmm... after the Will/Jessica sexy shirt number, I'm betting Comfort and Thayne will be dancing their solos. And... I'm right. So not a shocker. Mary thinks that maybe America hasn't latched on to these new partners yet. Or perhaps America just hates them. One or the other. Mary credits Thayne with being an excellent, supportive partner and tells him she thought he stood out in the intro number. Hmm... isn't that exactly what they said about Comfort last week?
They've brought back an auditioner, Robert Moraine, i.e. the crazy popper from L.A., who does peculiar things with his neck. Have we already run out of stars of the professional dance world? Because this guy's contortionist stuff makes me uncomfortable, as does hearing C + C Music Factory. I mean, it is an impressive skill to bend yourself like a pretzel, but how do you find out you're able to do this type of thing, anyway? I don't want to know. Cat loves him. I mean, if this guy went on America's Got Talent. he'd kill it and blow David Hasselhoff's mind. The judges are going wild. Nigel says he's sorry they lost him because Robert is a flat out quitter, and he also liked some other guy named Phillip who did some popping waves. Nigel stirs up some shit and says he'd like to see them in a dance battle. Cat fuels the flames asking Robert if he'd be up for that. He naturally says yes. Thank you live television! Nigel says he can call Phillip, but wonders if Robert would chicken out. Oh, snap! I'm loving Nigel lately. He's not pulling any punches. Robert's all mock-offended. Cat says they'll work on it. She calls Nigel a troublemaker.
Happy Snuggle Dances. The Top 14 love Becky, who does some wiggling thing. There's got to be an easier way to get tickets to the finale. Now from happy dancing to dancing for your life, here's Kourtni with a K. She is not dancing to "I'm Like a Bird" and there is no explanation for the hair or the shirt with angel wings on the back. It's a rather typical contemporary solo, nothing special. Then there's Matt. I really like his contemporary stuff because his long limbs make his leaps and stretches just look really amazing. Cat agrees. She tells him that he has arms and legs that go on forever. I never noticed this before, but right before she introduces the next dancer, Cat gives a look over her shoulder to make sure they are in place and ready to go. Ah, live TV. Courtney is taking this dancing for her life thing seriously. She comes out spinning and twirling and jumping with a vengeance and actually kind of good. This is saying a lot because I really, really don't like her. Gev is up and he's showing off his b-boy moves. I almost forgot that he was a breaker. It's been so long since auditions. Best way I can describe his dance: he vibrates on the floor and then balances on his head and then starts flipping around. Kind of awesome. Cat's freaked out because it looked like he was going to flip off the stage. She scolds him, but I'm thinking this daredevil performance just guaranteed him safety this week.