Lauren wants to go out in space. Well, keep dancing, then. I hear that's how Neil Armstrong got his start. Neil also wants to sing and act as well as he can dance. Triple threat! Jean-Marc Genereux says the dance is like a cat and mouse, and then they spend about three hours talking about how this means Neil is chasing her. Many shots of playful rehearsal. These two are ridiculously cute.
"Tanguero" by Sexteta Mayor. Lauren's in a sparkly red ankle-length backless dress, and Neil's in a black suit. They start off sitting on chairs, using them as props. I'm not sure, but I think I detect a little cat-and-mouse motif. It's like Neil is the cat, and Lauren is the mouse. By which I mean, Neil (the cat) is chasing after Lauren (the mouse). Anyway, I liked it. I thought it was good. Turns out I was wrong.
Debbie thought it could have been tighter. Wow. Non-effusiveness from Debbie. Mary praises the bit they did with the chairs. She felt the passion from each of them, but not so much for them as a pair. She also says Neil was a little sloppy. She says the tango is usually danced more into the floor, and they were a little too high. Since I've craved specific advice, and she's giving it, I'll refrain from making a joke about just who is a little bit high. Nigel says he thought it was pretty good. He did think Neil was a little over the top, but he's impressed because Neil, and the other guys on the show, dance like dudes. Yeah, especially now that Ricky's gone. Cat blah blahs about the cat and mouse again.