Mary says she's always nervous when a dance involves imitating animals, but she thinks it worked. Debbie thinks everything is wonderful and does a Woody Woodpecker laugh. I'm glad she's in a good mood, because she seemed pretty sad that she had to sell all those costumes. Nigel praises "all the different forms" that Napoleon and Tabitha shoehorn hip hop into. He thinks that Miranda is the best contemporary dancer they've had do hip hop. There was one flip where she stumbled and fell, but I was willing to accept it as being part of the dance. I mean, if she's a baby bird that's learning to fly, it makes sense to put in a flip that ends in a fall. But apparently it was an accident that she kept going through, so good for her. Robert does not do a single "Woo!" tonight, which I like a lot. Not just because I hate the "Woo!" but because it suggests that he's good at taking instruction.
Jess would like us to know that Clarice sleeps with her eyes open. I used to be able to do that! She tells us that Jess draws a stick figure orchestra. Man, what the hell. Stacey Tookey takes over for some dance in which Jess is a prince. Judging from the rehearsal footage, he's Prince of Dropping People. This show requires its male dancers to do a lot of lifts.
"Cathedrals" by Jump Little Children is a thing I've never heard of. Jess is dressed as some sort of Prussian prince, although he's barefoot. The lifts do not look effortless. When Clarice is on the floor, Jess is dancing, but when she's up in the air, he's kind of straining to carry her. I don't know if I would have noticed that without the rehearsal footage, but I did.
Debbie continues to think everyone is wonderful and wants to take Jess and Clarice home with her, along with Wadi from earlier. She says she needs more children, which, if I were Carrie Fisher, I would take as an insult. Then I would write a scathingly funny memoir about it. Nigel says he enjoyed parts of it. He tells us that Cat will be hosting an evening for Prince William and Catherine Middleton. Name-dropper! Nigel felt that the dancing was better when they were farther apart; they didn't look right when they were promenading. Mary liked Jess's control and calls Clarice "Miss Legs."