Neil's dancing solo to the Dave Matthews Band, "Out of My Hands," which ought to be his death knell right there. Again, we know he can do everything he does here. The one moment of excitement is when he does a flip that lands him perilously close to the edge of the stage, prompting Cat to joke that he took five years off her life.
Doriana Sanchez is choreographing the disco routine for Danny and Lauren, which is going to involve a lot of tricks, quick turns, and footwork. Danny explains the "death drop," in which he drops Lauren to the floor (holding onto her hand), and she spins, on the floor, and then gets up and spins the other way. Doriana says that if their hands are the wrong way, then it "really is a death drop." Somehow I doubt that, Doriana. Both Danny and Lauren bitch that this is hard, and Doriana says, "Disco is no joke," which is another not-entirely-true statement.
"Don't Leave Me This Way" by the Communards. It's not great. It's not effortless. The "death drop" doesn't work out exactly as advertised. The lifts were done better by pretty much any participant at any given Wrestlemania. They seem pretty tired by the end of the match, I mean, "routine." "It's official! Disco is no joke!" chirps Cat. Nigel's shocked at the difficulty of the routine, even though he was the one calling out the choreographers last time. He says disco is always fun to watch, and praises their ability to keep smiling, even with the bruises on their (Lauren's) legs. He's impressed that Lauren was able to keep smiling. Has he missed every show this season? Mary loved it, says Lauren looked fantastic, and loved seeing Danny having so much fun, especially since this wasn't exactly up his alley. Debbie is the third judge to call the routine "fun," and says it was exciting to see "disco reinvented," and this is why "America is watching."
Lacey's dancing solo to "Le Disco" by Shiny Toy Guns. She's in a black fringe-y dress, which means "sexy" Lacey is back, and she shakes her booty at the camera. Another so-so routine. But I noticed that the producers have finally stopped flashing the amount of time left in the routine up on the giant screen, so the audience robots aren't loudly counting down the final few seconds anymore. Well done.