Then some more groups dance. They do various entertaining things with their bodies. Eight dancers get cut, and 34 stay in. Which leaves five.
The last group has Billy Bell in it. So everyone will love it, right? Well ... I'm not all that into it. It ends with them walking away from the judges. Adam says, "That was a disaster of epic proportions. I want to cut all of you just for making me watch that." Nigel says it was out and out crap and then starts scatting the music. He's mad at them for making it look ugly. The judges confer, and we hear disagreements. "Why should we?" asks Toni. "No!" says Nigel. Drama! The dancers wait nervously for their fates. Toni tells tem, "None of you earned it right then." I think that's what she said, anyway. Then there's a pause. Nigel tells them that they're safe, but the judges are very disappointed. The dancers have a group hug.
Next up, it's time for those magic words "Contemporary with Travis Wall." He's wearing a Legion of Extraordinary Dancers shirt. Cristina (that awesome salsa dancer from Los Angeles) and ballroom dancer Giselle Peacock are both worried. I might as well warn you now that if Giselle Peacock makes it, I intend to use her full name every time, like Charlie Brown and Billy Bell.
Cristina does a great job and gets sent through. Giselle Peacock appears to lose focus and drive partway through. Mary is in tears as she tells her to work on her extensions. She gets cut and apologizes to the judges for letting them down. They love her, but they can't send her through.
Also cut: Nicole of the giant bun of hair and Kadija of all the screen time earlier in the episode.
It's time for the final contemporary group! Anthony Burrell has an injury and is worried that Alex Wong will outshine him. There are only three people in the group, so I'm sure everyone will get noticed. Oh, and the third guy is Kent Boyd, who got a lot of screen time in Chicago for coming from a small town with a comical name. It looks to me like Anthony does a terrific job. Alex gets a critique from Nigel that starts with "your dancing is superb," so he's fine. Tyce wants a little more performance to go with the excellent dancing. Nigel lavishes praise on Anthony, as do the other judges. Anthony tries to stay stoic, but can't stop the tears. Li'l C and Tyce just tell him "yes," possibly because they don't want to make him cry anymore from too much praise. Kent also receives praise from Nigel, but in an incredibly roundabout way. The other judges also tell him how great he his. Kent says that he was expecting to be in the background and watch Billy Bell or something, and then it was so hard and he's from a farm and so on. He seems excited to be here, which is nice. Li'l C starts crying and tells Kent he hates him because he makes C stop being cool, and he begs Kent to believe in himself.