Janelle's crew works first and she pretty much drives it. Their crew will be "clowning" which Janelle describes as "hating on the other people." They develop a little bit to clown on Mochi that...is maybe a little bit offensive? Essentially it's just picking out that she's short and Asian, which isn't so bad I guess; unless you consider that those are the elements of her personality that they consider fodder for clowning.
Mochi tells us that Dave asked them to pick names for their crews. Their shirts are blue, so they want to work off of that. Jessica suggests "Blue Babies" and "Bright Blue." And, she's not kidding. Cody, with his relative street cred, tells Jessica that the name needs to be "harder." "Breakin' Blue?" he tosses out. Jessica says, "I like Blue Breakers." Breakin' Blue it is.
Janelle's crew shows their work to Jerry. He says that they stole a step from his show Legally Blonde. I THOUGHT that show was incredibly street! Elle does some mad clowning. Janelle asks Jerry if he caught their clowning on Mochi and Jessica (apparently they have a step where they mock her running off stage). He says that they can point at the person they're clowning on, to make it even clearer. His advice is to make the moves that they are doing together very clean.
Outside, Nick asks Janelle how their rehearsal went and she doesn't answer him. He interviews that she's very young and green. Oscar jokes, "Don't talk to the enemy." Nick and Oscar talk about team names. They want "black" in the title because that's the color of their shirts. Oscar suggests "B.G. Joke" for "Black Group Joke." Nick asks if that might be a little racist and Oscar replies, "I don't know." He has really great timing, that Oscar. He really picks up his cues.
Cody leads his team. He tells us that his mother had a dance studio and, in the '80s, started a break dancing crew with the kids in his city. We see a picture of an all-'80s all-white crew. They look ferocious. I guess Cody's not in the picture. He says his mother always encouraged him to tackle different dance styles. ["I want to attend Thanksgiving dinner at Cody's family's house, I really do." -- Joe R] Mochi says that, in a battle, you have to have a "mad dog, don't fuck with me" look. She gives an example and it's more, "Would you like some dessert?" than "Don't fuck with me." They throw some old school moves into their routine, as an ode to his mother.