Mary does not like: hats pulled down over eyes, the reach out to nowhere (which happens a lot on this show), rubbing all over your own body, and men's booty shaking. Women are allowed to shake it, though. So carry on, ladies!
Jakob Karr has ridiculously good balance on one leg. His pirouettes are clean, and his jumps and flips are impeccable. He looks a little like Michael C. Hall on Dexter, but there's nothing else to complain about. Mary uncorks the "Whoo-whee!" and Adam C also gush over him. Vegas, obviously.
We see some sad dancers leaving the hall, determined to come back stronger. But we've got one dancer left: Diana Drexler. Her grandfather died yesterday. Her solo seems fine. It's got some spins and flips and two-handed reaching to nowhere. She must be sad that Nigel isn't there, because as a cute blonde, she could probably have counted on his vote no matter what. She's determined not to cry when she talks to Mary. Mary likes her. She recaps the story about her grandfather dying the previous day, but emphasizes that she's still dancing. Adam praises her for having a light character in her dance and not bringing any of her sorrow to the dance. She goes to choreography.
Hi, Pasha! Hi, Anya!
Micah seems a bit out of his element with the choreography, and does not get sent to Vegas. Adam emphasizes that he should keep dancing. Li'l C tells Diana that she's been on a roller coaster today (I hope her grandfather didn't die on a roller coaster. That would be awkward) and sends her to Vegas. Hey, whatever happened to the "Las" part? I blame Swingers.
Another seventeen dancers also go to Vegas. Good for them! Next week, Salt Lake City and Las Vegas! And it looks like Nigel got a new haircut!