Caitlynn and Mitchell: Jazz (Sonya Tayeh)
In rehearsals, Mitchell seems extroverted and fun. He's thankful Caitlynn is pretty; he's sweaty. Then he gets injured. That's bad news. The good news, for Caitlynn anyway, is that she now gets to dance with Robert from last season. Actually, maybe not entirely good news, because: good fucking luck trying to get me to pay attention to Caitlynn with Robert out there. Sorry, girl, won't be watching you. The dance is kind of standard Sonya, with lots of freeze-frames and insect poses. In the audience, Mitchell is in tears, which makes me love him. Mary calls it "brilliant" and wants Robert on as an all-star later this season. Nigel does Mitchell a solid by trying to make his earlier "10s across the board" catch phrase happen. It'd be fetch if it does.
Miranda and Robert (WOO!): Jive (Jason Gilkison)
Okay... is Miranda wearing a bra in her interstitial? A woman is walking around in broad daylight with nothing but a bra on?! She's a menace to society! Meanwhile, Robert says he loves pro wrestling, which is great because it proves my theory from the top of the episode right, but also: please no Hulk Hogan results-show cameos, huh? Completing Robert's carnival of off-putting character quirks, he gives us an Urkel impersonation. Awesome. On stage, Miranda is dressed like Felicity Shagwell, though more uncannily, she looks exactly like Sally Hawkins. Like, this could be an outtake from Made in Dagenham. This is pretty slow, for a jive, but Megan says she likes Miranda's goofy quality; she also has a crush on Robert. What is she, dead? Of course she has a crush on Robert. Nigel actually makes a solid point to Robert, warning him that his personality, which is a great asset, could also come across as annoying. Here's hoping Robert takes that one in. Nigel goes on to say that the dance technique wasn't there. I didn't think it was super terrible or anything, but if I had to be on one pair of dancers going home together tomorrow, it's these two.