Ashley was once a child and has some related memories. She's got Mark and the two of them have Travis. "By the end of this dance, Mark is going to be my boyfriend," she vows. Mark's role in this dance is mostly to carry Ashley around, but I guess he does it acceptably. After some people in the crowd wish Ashley a happy birthday, Nigel complains about Travis's choreography, which he feels was insufficiently jazzy. It was more like contemporary in his opinion, and that means he didn't get to learn if Ashley can dance outside of contemporary. He's also a little worried about the women, since there's a chance the men will get all the votes. Mia also complains that it wasn't jazz, but she wants Ashley to know that she's one of Mia's favorite girls. Of the four that are remaining, I guess. Adam describes the dance as "lifty," which I agree with.
Okay, it's time to get weird. Adorable little Billy Bell will be trying his hand at Krump with Comfort. First, though, he has a childhood memory. With that out of the way, Li'l C is going to see if he can bring out Billy's inner street. The word "Bucc" is used many times. That's how it's spelled, by the way. We learned that from Li'l C's Twitter. The song is "So U Think U Can Krump," which is hilariously self-referential.
Okay, you remember last week when Kent was on stage with Anya and suddenly looked mature and awesome as long as he was dancing? That's kind of what happens with Billy here. He definitely doesn't come off as the same nice kid. But it's kind of a half-speed krump, so I don't get the feeling of danger and aggression that real krump has. Let's find out what the eminently qualified panel thinks! Nigel, who is attired in a classy light blue suit, starts off by whining that he hates the music. Thanks, grandpa. He doesn't think Billy found his inner warrior, but he liked the effort. Mia thinks that it was weird to see Billy acting like a badass when he's clearly still Belly Bell. She calls him wack! It's a throwdown! Adam thinks Billy tried very hard, and Comfort interrupts to say that she thought it was Bucc. Adam gives it a bad review, but it obviously pains him to do so. "You're a great dancer. Who cares." He knows Billy's not going home this week anyway.