Cat asks what the two of them have been up to since they were on the show, and they talk about all the people who saw them on the show (they're hilariously out of breath, so maybe they haven't been dancing a whole lot), and want to talk about it, especially the hummingbird routine.
Jean-Marc Genereux wants to see Shane Sparks's slow hip-hop with Sabra and Dominic. Here's another one from an episode I missed. Right about here, I'm figuring out that when the dust settles on the choreographers picking their favourite routines, in an unbelievable stroke of fortune, every one of the top twenty dancers will have danced again.
Cat asks Dominic how proud he is of Sabra being in the top four. He jokes that he's jealous, and then says he was proud to have been part of her journey, and then he tells her he loves her, and keeps playing up his sensitive side that the ladies love so much. That is, if they like stalkers.
Adam Shankman's highlights of the season include the Hairspray routine. His favourite routine featuring top twenty dancers who haven't re-danced yet tonight is Sara and Neil's "Knock on Wood" disco routine. Sara's as cute as ever, although her hair looks a little more authentically '70s than it did the last time they did this. I'm not positive that's a good thing. Neil's big flip is still a highlight, if not as tight as the first one.
Cat asks Sara if the b-girl is happy to be back in pink satin. Sara's happy to be "rocking the bangs." Then there is a little chatting about how nervous Neil is. Cat talks about how Sara and Dominic proved that breakers and b-girls could compete; they made it further than any other street dancers, and they should be proud. This leads into another clip package, this time focusing on hip-hop. You know, the style of dance that viewers don't see fit to vote into the top four. Not that I'm complaining. I could watch this all night, especially since I think there were some new people we never saw, what with bullshit time-wasting on joke auditionees like Sex. Afterwards, Cat points out there was one hip-hopper conspicuously absent from the montage, and then we watch what the judges had to say to him so the audience can guess who it is. Since we already saw him in a previous clip package, it's not hard to figure out that it's Brian Gaynor, the little guy with scoliosis who does the amazing robot, and the clip of Shane talking about how he wants to get him into a movie doing his thing confirms it. Does this meanâ€¦?