Robert. Lauren Gottlieb. A lot of "booty" talk. Tyce. Jazz. Tyce says that there's no story; they just have to seduce each other. And they're doing it to "Wasted Time" by My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult, which takes me back to my youth. There's a spot where Robert licks Lauren's leg. And another spot where they walk while leaning way back like the "Keep on Truckin'" guy. I have no idea what kind of picture of the dance that paints in your mind. It was okay. I didn't mind it. Adam says the dancers were smokin', but he doesn't say it in a Jim Carrey way. He heaps praise on Robert, although he wants Robert to do something more interesting with his hands when they're not being specifically choreographed for. Mia finds it refreshing to see a dance that's not loaded up with a story, and I think we can all get behind that. She complains about Robert jerking his head when he jumps. This round of judging is much better. Kenny loves Tyce, Lauren, Robert's bottom, the liquid movement, and the turmoil in the piece. Nigel mostly agrees with the other judges and then pervs on Lauren.
AdéChiké's mother is proud of him. And she calls him Adé, if you were wondering if we need the full version of his name every time. He comes out for a solo that's choreographed and lasts longer than the results-show solos. It still doesn't last for a whole song or anything because there's no point getting silly.
Kent makes a big deal about not showing the camera that he drew Kathryn for a Sonya jazz number. Double Sonya! Her goal is for Kent to embrace his awesomeness. Kathryn says that they're rehearsing at 8 AM, and the sun outside the window backs her up on that. Apparently Sonya has energy. And so, in the routine, do Kent and Kathryn. The bounce around and stop where they're supposed to, and it looks pretty good to me. The audience shrieks its approval too. Adam shares an anecdote from Vegas that we didn't see on television, in which Kent gave a monologue about how including him on the show would make ratings go up. Mia, for some reason, steeples her fingers like an evil overlord as she criticizes Kent's goofy facial expressions. She admits that the dancing was great. Kenny loves the choreography, Gidget movies, Kent, Tyce's number with Kent, and Gene Kelly. Nigel thinks Kent might have outdanced his all-star this week and last week (when he had Neil). Sonya is standing up waving and then sits down and looks embarrassed when she notices she's on camera. Nigel promptly compliments Sonya on bother of her dances tonight.