Because she's a truck driver and the antithesis of all things feminine, Nancy divulges that she was worried when she saw Miguel wearing tights. But she admired his commitment. Jacques says that Miguel was a hard worker, focused, and helpful (his choreography saved his team). Vincent says he thought that Michael's work was unclear. Jacques says that his lack of training held him back.
It's time to talk about the second group. Vincent thinks that Cody was breathtaking. Jacques felt that Cody used all of his skills to make himself stand out, but he could use his face a little more. He loves Mochi's energy and thinks she performs beautifully. But he's pissed she changed the choreography. She looks upset too. She says that they decided as a group that they would change the choreography. Hmm, I think I understand why she seemed angry earlier. Cody speaks up and says that it was his idea and he insisted that they change the choreography. Mochi mouths to the judges that she wanted to stick with the original choreography, which is just a little bit bratty. I understand that this is high stakes, but he was trying to help. Plus, he ain't the boss of you -- you could have spoken up that you wanted to do the old choreography. Anyway, I think it's a little ridiculous to pick on a dancer for wanting to take care of herself in this sort of situation. Jacques says he's very passionate with his note because he thinks she's awesome. She's crying at this point.
Nick is very quiet and Nancy asks him why he looks so nervous. He just jokes that he's waiting for it. Nancy says that she may have called him vanilla before, but now she thinks he has added chocolate chips. Apparently, Paula Abdul is writing Nancy's dialogue. She still wants more, but she thinks that he has come a long way. Vincent asks Nick to scream, which he does, loudly. Vincent says that he thinks that Nick's body is waiting to do that, and I think he may have a point. He hopes that Nick will discover what his block is during this process. Nick looks a little annoyed by the note. The dancers stand there while the judges deliberate.