It's Mandy again! She's got Adechiké and Courtney. And a story about a woman on the prowl and a seduction. Judging from the rehearsal footage, Courtney's butt is going to be prominently featured. No, she's wearing a dress in the dance. Never mind. I'm having trouble focusing on the dance because this weirdo remix of "Is You Is or Is You Ain't My Baby?" is bugging the hell out of me. Adechiké is a bartender in this. That's about all I can tell you. Nigel talks about the character Adechiké created and decides he liked it. We learn that Adechiké lost a contact just before the dance, which seems like it would be a problem. Mia calls the dance "very mediocre" and thinks that Adechiké suffered from getting too much praise last week. "It was all donut holes for me. Do you guys know what donut holes are? Emptiness. Nothing. It was nothing." I feel like she didn't get the response she wanted there so she piled on. Nigel argues with her and Cat cuts them off and moves on to Adam to break the tie. Adam feels that Adechiké needs to get lost in the music because the choreography will trap him. He feels that it was the same character as last week and as Cat tries to move things along, Nigel argues loudly. Then Cat just announces that it's time to applaud Courtney and reads out the phone number. Nigel, get out of Cat's way. You may be the Executive Producer, but she's trying to keep the show moving.
Billy and Allison have an acrobatic routine by Spencer Liff. Or do they? Allison has a rib injury, apparently, and that's not the sort of thing you want to do flips with. So they bring in Katee from season four! And that's one of the problems with this season, you know. We're not getting the neat relationships between dancers that made Joshua and Katee so interesting. That was my favorite subplot that year, where every episode had something that made me say "Boy, these two really trust each other!" Okay, anyway. The dance is to "Macavity". From Cats. And you can shut up, because I love this song. I had a cat named Macavity, but I named it after the poem, not the song. The dance is fine, but my main objection is that if they're going to do two dancers, they should have used "Mungojerrie and Rumpelteazer". Nigel thinks it's Billy's best non-solo dance. He also praises Katee's partnering, and she certainly didn't hurt. Mia calls Billy "fabulicious" because heaven forfend she just speak English. Adam thinks Billy had never connected with a partner this well, and I think it was because Katee is awesome. I'm talking a lot about Katee here, and I apologize for that.