Robert will be dancing with Mark. To be honest, I've always found Mark a little too zany. But I think he'll make a good fit with Robert. And they're doing a jazz number by Tyce, which seems like it could actually work. Hmm. It's "Whip It" by Devo. And I think they're wearing the same jacket as Lorne from Angel. This seems like a very Mark routine. It's kind of like having two Marks out there, at least a little. Nigel points out that this isn't anything like a normal Tyce routine, and Tyce mouths "Thank you." Nigel also comes out with the odd admission that he "really doesn't mind" which one wins. Mia thinks Robert and Mark look like they should be on tour with Adam Ant, but she's wrong. They'd need a lot more ruffles and face paint. Adam thinks this piece worked well because of the All-Star gimmick, since dancers who are no longer on the show dance better now that they're not competing. Then he mocks himself for not being able to come up with the technical name for a particular jump.
Cat interviews Kent about his journey. Remember when he talked about dancing next to "Alex Freakin' Wong"? That was fun. How about the times judges complained about his face? That was tiring. Okay, so now Kent has his solo, which goes like this: run forward, spin around, run sideways, turn around, kick, flip over, spin, run, jump, spin, step, pose, wave hand, run around, touch stage, roll around, pose. I liked how much of the stage he used there.