Nigel, naturally, thanks to some unwelcome prompting from Cat, starts off going on Comfort talking to him about wearing a bra and panties. Savvy move on Comfort's part; Nigel says Mary's sprinklers -- now they're her sprinklers -- are going to go off. "You set yourself on fire," he says, and praises Chris for keeping up with her, saying his personality kept up with her, which it'll need to. He advises Comfort to use her knees more when dancing in heels. He says the technique could stand a little improvement, but the personality is a hundred percent there. He reveals that Comfort's dancing with a shoulder injury; it was dislocated in rehearsal, but she got it all click-clicked back in place. Mary screams about how she was kicking it, and also points out that Comfort has legs. "Respectable job," she says. Dan addresses Chris, saying he did a great job keeping up with Comfort, since she's larger than life, and they have to demonstrate a chemistry together, since they're packaged as a couple now.
Katee and Joshua are next, and we're reminded how she's BFF with Natalie, but skip over the whole thing where Katee almost blew her spot in the Top 20. Joshua talks about playing sports growing up, and how his mom kept him sheltered from hard times growing up. They're dancing a Napoleon/Tabitha hip-hop routine in which he's a soldier going off to war. ["Do you think that they purposely put unlikable people, such as Katee, with huggable people, like Joshua, so that you are forced to vote to keep annoying people on the show in order to get your favorites to stick around? Or is that just me?" -- Angel]
It's set to "No Air" by Jordin Sparks & Chris Brown, and it begins with the two of them on stage, reading a letter, which, judging from Katee's anguished response, is either a letter from her doctor saying they need to discuss the results of her STD test, or Joshua's heading off to war. Katee dances a solo spaz, and then he dance-comforts her. She throws him aside, and then appears to pull him back by one leg. Nicely executed, especially by him. Of all the dancers, I figured she'd be one grinning the whole time, but her face reads: misery. And the dance ends with a spin that takes the jacket off him and onto her.