Adam says he thought it was really good, in this head-bobbing way that indicates it's not going to be unconditional praise, and then says he found the costumes distracting. They're kind of like near-futuristic, in the sense of how people used to think we would be dressing now. Red and black and silver, like if the White Stripes went back to the future. Adam says that when a song has as much punch as this one does, there needs to be a little bit more rebound in the punches, but there was a little too much mush in the stops. Tony jokingly glares at him, and Adam says he doesn't want Tony to just slide by being the cute guy.
Mary says she doesn't think the routine is going to be memorable, and then she gets booed, and she says Tony was told to get more aggressive but his stank face just isn't believable yet. She thinks he's in trouble if he gets krump right now. Nigel says Paris was great, and Tony's got room to grow this season, and he's got a lot to do. He says they were just doing steps, and his "stank stank."
Next up are Caitlin and Jason. Caitlin says Vegas Week was very trying for her, what with dancing for her life before ending up in the top twenty. She grew up in Maryland, sailing with her family. She started as a gymnast, and then she started dancing, and then she danced all over the place, and now she's here! Great story. Contemporary dancer Jason grew up in Fresno, and played sports all the time but never thought he'd be a dancer, only now he's here, and he's a better man because of it, or something. They're doing a Bollywood routine by Nakul Dev Mahajan, and he describes it as very intense. "We have to move our feet really fast, and our hands have to be right on, and our necks have to be perfectly tilted," says Jason, and Caitlin complains about not having finger muscles.
Of course they're dancing to a song from Slumdog Millionaire, because that way all the people who say they love Bollywood but only have that soundtrack can really get into it. Cool routine, though, with a handstand and snapped movements. Whirling kicks and crouches. It ends with a kiss. Cat tells them they both look beautiful, and Nigel praises the costumes. Yep, they look Indian all right.