Sabra is safe this week. She hugs Lacey and Lauren and hightails it off stage, where Pasha hugs her. Next up: Jaimie, who is in the bottom four (which is two guys and two girls tonight). Cat sends Jaimie over to the Danger Zone (hee! Maveriiiiiick!). We recap Lacey next, who gets an extra cheer from the audience. I forgot to mention last night Mary's comment about not needing a weatherman to know who blows. Or that's maybe not exactly what she said. I kid; Lacey was good, she's just always clearly performing on the surface. Anyway, she's safe. I enjoy watching Lacey receive either criticism or the revelation she's safe; she's never more genuine. When she's being criticized, she looks completely stricken; when she gets the news she's safe, she seems far more relieved than excited. It's far more interesting than watching her pretend to be all sexual like she did yesterday. After the break (and after an extremely odd freeze-framed close-up of a half-lidded mouth-open Lauren), we recap Lauren, who danced a terrific hip-hop routine with Pasha last night. It's worth noting that we see for the first time Lauren revealing that her brother's going to the war next year, in the air force. Satisfied that she SUPPORTS THE TROOPS? Sara danced disco with Neil. We also see a shot of Sara finishing up her solo last night and saying, "It's peaceful, now that it's over!" See? These dancers don't even know what the hell they were dancing about!
And…Sara's safe. Thank God! I don't dislike Lauren or anything (although she does kind of grate tonight), but she doesn't do anything for me. I think America's reacting more to the judges' tongue-bath of Lauren last night.
Next up: the guys. Cat has to wait for the audience to stop screaming before she can review Neil's disco routine (why didn't we get to see his Wookie impression last night? I'm starting to like Neil!). Neil? Safe. No surprise. Pretty boy plus actually good routine (the disco, anyway) means he's staying. Now, Danny, who everyone loved last night. He's not going home tonight either, and he has a bit of a seizure when he finds out. How's that for emotion, judges! Cat says Dominic's name, and he jokingly immediately starts to head over to the Danger Zone. He danced the Viennese Waltz with Jaimie, which the judges called cartoonish. Clearly, with the way they're setting up the recaps, he's going to be in danger, since if he's safe, then both Pasha and Kameron are in danger, and we haven't recapped them yet. So, yep, Dominic's in trouble, and we'll find out after the break whether it's going to be Pasha or Kameron also in the guys' bottom two. Oh, we all know it's going to be Kameron. After the commercials, we're reminded that the judges liked Kameron's solo and disliked Neil's, and the reverse is true for their respective partner. Sure enough, Kameron's in the bottom two.