As they make their way to the roof of a building, we are treated to an electro-rock song with "Step It Up and Dance" in the lyrics. The song ends with a reverb "Dance!" that I can't stop singing. It's not even that good, just addictive. Janelle interviews that the rooftop is surreal. There are mirrors and lights and cameras and helicopters taking aerial shots of them. Then, she says that L.A. is the city of "fame, success, and entertainment." There's something telling about the order of those three things. I think it has something to do with fact that being entertaining is less important to her than being famous or successful. She says that this is what she came here for.
Jerry greets them on the rooftop. He tells them that they are going to be learning Tina's choreography for THE summer hit of 2007, "Umbrella." Have we all heard the song a million times? Yes. Is it still fucking awesome? Again, yes. Jerry asks Tina how long the dancers in the video had to learn the choreography. Five days. Ouch. They have an hour to learn their combination. Jerry leaves and they get to work. Oscar screams in his interview and says that he can't stand another hip-hop challenge. But he's telling himself that he's going to make it work.
Tina asks which of the dancers wants to help her and Miguel immediately volunteers. He interviews that he "bathes" in this world and he will be Tina Landon. "My genius is at her stature." Well, of course it is. Miguel helps Tina pass out umbrellas. She starts choreographing and explains that the umbrella is the hardest part of the combination because, aside from all of the footwork, you have to be holding that damn umbrella the right way and opening and closing it all of the time. She starts showing them the steps and she is fast. She interviews that the challenge is about blending in and not trying to out-dance the Cody beside you.