Nigel says it was sensational on the grounds that contemporary dancers are used to flowing movements. I think he's trying to talk about the way they kept stopping and posing, but he doesn't actually get to that point. Mary has a prewritten zinger about how she's addicted to the two of them. Like the song title, see? Debbie says she's never seen anybody dance sexier than that. I'm pretty sure she has.
Caitlynn's secret is that she has boots that turn her feet blue. Mitchell's secret is that he wears a zebra-print Snuggie. There's video, but he's wearing it backwards so it's just a weird robe. They've got a Stacy Tookey contemporary number. This dance is about a relationship that has broken down, which is what about 90% of the dances on this show are about. They've got pretty nice chairs to work from.
They dance to Adele's "Turning Tables" (she has a song that isn't "Rolling in the Deep?" I guess. Who knew? They start in their separate chairs and then come together to dance against each other. There's a very short spot where they're mirroring each other's movements. And they end up in their separate chairs again. Mitchell has to turn out the light on his chair, leaving Caitlynn alone at the end. And then Caitlynn has to tell Cat that she has blood on her face because Mitchell accidentally punched her in the face during the dance. But at least it fit the story of the song!
Cat tells Mitchell that she's glad the show decided to keep everyone last week. Which I suspect means that Mitchell was going to be sent home, but then they felt bad about sending him home without having danced. Debbie says that everything was lovely and sings a little song. Nigel claims to have felt Caitlynn's inner turmoil because dance is the language of the soul.
Wadi's secret is that he uses "ladies' hair removal cream" on his chest. Well, it seems like dancers have a valid reason to want smooth skin. And frankly, the ladies have access to a better variety of hair removal creams than gentlemen do. Wadi says that it hurt his nipples a little. And then he tells us that Missy's secret is that she laughs slightly weirdly. That's not a very good secret. They've got a Cha-Cha by Jean-Marc Genereaux. Wadi's never done the cha-cha before, and Jean-Marc says it's the most difficult dance he's ever done for this show. We see the demonstration couple and they look great. Wadi and Missy seem a little awkward.