So Jason's obviously dancing with Kayla, and they're doing a Tasty Oreo Broadway routine, which is about a man caught up in the music and the temptress who's trying to take his mind off it. Who's playing who? We watch the dancers struggle, and Tyce archly tells them if it isn't tough, it isn't worth doing.
Anyway, they dance to something unpromisingly called "Mr. Monotony" from Jerome Robbins Broadway. Oh, hey, a Broadway routine with fingersnaps. Never seen that before. Kayla's dancing around a stool, and then makes her way over to Jason, who seems to get over being into the music really quick, like ten seconds into the routine, and gets into Kayla. Big bold routine to a brassy song. Lots of kicks and twirls. Jason crouches on the floor and does kind of a whole-body hop. Kayla goes into a lift with one leg over Jason's shoulder, and in the end he collapses over the stool and she leans over him, the conqueror. Really good, and a lot of Broadway routines leave me rolling my eyes.
Nigel calls that style beautiful to watch and says Jason's feet were absolutely terrific, and there were moments when he reminded Nigel of Gene Kelly. Wow! He also thought Kayla was great, and it was one of the best routines this evening to show off the dancers' talents. Ellen jokes about how she just wanted good seats to watch some dancing, and she didn't expect to be judging, but she wants to invite them both back to the house later because she's got some pictures that need hanging and they're both "good NAILERS." Heh. Mary thought it "flowed effortless," and then she pulls out a FUCKING TRAIN WHISTLE and blows it and yells about the train. Then Nick Rhodes says he thinks he's the only sane one up there, and then he says they "did it amazing." [It is saying a lot when Mia Michaels is the voice of sanity on the judging panel. -- Angel] Nick Rhodes wants Jason to work on his upper body, and he needs him to open up his chest and upper body so as not to destroy lines. Although he does think it was a good performance. As for Kayla, Nick Rhodes thinks Kayla should sing and act too because if she did she would take Broadway by storm with Tony after Tony after Tony. She says that in the dictionary next to "perfection" and "star" there's a picture of Kayla. Wow. Kayla's understandably stunned, and starts wondering if texting is a required Broadway skill so she can be a quadruple threat.
Ade's up and dances to "Hater" by Various Productions Artist, whatever that is. Lots of herky-jerky upper-body movement and an incredibly high leap, and he milks a few extra seconds after the routine ends.