Katee says Joshua is a real softie. Josh says Katie screams like a boy. Joshua's hittin' that already!
They're doing Tony and Melanie's samba this week. Joshua has never done it before, and Katee says she's really innocent and now she has to play the role of seductress. Joshua says Katee doesn't think of herself as beautiful or sexy. But you know what? She is!
They're dancing to "Baila, Baila" by Angela Vila. She's got the other half of Courtney's dress, and it's purple! They do a great job of the samba, Joshua especially. He's got the seduction thing happening, while Katee's grinning a little too much for it to be believable. She certainly seems to enjoy riding his vibrating leg, though.
Cat points out Joshua's dad in the audience, going, "That's my boy!" Joshua's dad looks EXACTLY like Joshua (same cornrows), only heavier and more mustachioed. Nigel makes the same joke I did about the other half of Courtney's dress, and it's even more tired -- from both of us -- the second time around. He says Joshua has a very natural samba rhythm, and then asks who poured Joshua into those pants. Can one criticize Nigel's non-masculine judging the way he criticizes male dancers' non-masculine dancing? He then asks Papa Joshua if Joshua got his buns from daddy, and daddy obliges by showing off the goods. Mary does some annoying checklist thing that ends with her screeching, and the words "hot tamale train" are used. I fucking hate it when shows do this, take something somewhat cute and run it into the ground long after you're sick of it. It's like a Saturday Night Live character carried on two years past anyone's interest in it, where the performer has to come up with increasingly contrived premises just to get to the catchphrase. Nigel won't make any predictions, because everyone was great. He says "Joshua's dad" is who'll be going home tomorrow. Now that's a funny joke. It's so good, that Mary repeats it. Less funny. And now Adam feels obligated to join in too. And we're all left with a vague sense of unease.