The three remaining couples are lined up on stage. Susie and Marquis did a salsa that underwhelmed. Backstage, Marquis said, "It's up to America!" that at first sounded to me like "Death to America!" Which is maybe what he wound up saying at the end of tonight's show (spoiler!). They're in the bottom three, and Mary babbles some nonsense about how some weeks you can dance well and then other weeks you might not dance as well and end up in the bottom three. Interesting!
One more couple left. Is it Chris and Comfort, who hastened the decline of krumping as we know it? Mia liked Chris more than Mary and Nigel did, and some annoying editing gives Nigel a green face as we watch him tell Chris he has to be mean like the Incredible Hulk. Courtney and Gev danced a contemporary routine in which Mia thought Courtney wasn't terribly strong. Mary loved it, and Nigel was reserved about it.
Comfort and Chris are in the bottom three, with Nigel saying Chris didn't really fit krump, which is kind of like saying the ham sandwiches weren't too popular at the Seder meal.
America's No. 1 flamenco dancer, Timo Nunez, comes out to show everyone how it's done. How embarrassing! He forgot to put a shirt on! You can hear the audience members screaming in horror. And they don't SHUT UP once during the performance, which I can safely say is easily the best flamenco I have ever seen.