Lee is choreographing the winning group. They are going to be split into couples and they will perform the same routine. Janelle and Nick are working together and Cody and Mochi will be a couple. Cody says that he is glad to have Mochi as a partner because they both work in musical theatre and he finds her sexy and he likes her energy. They're doing the "Whatever Lola Wants" number with Lola trying to seduce Joe Hardy. Janelle says that musical theatre isn't her best genre. Someone pointed it out on the forums, but she is really hard on the word "genre." It comes out like "JON-ra." Not pretty. It jumps out and slaps you when she says it. She's really going to try, she says. Nick says that Janelle has told him that she hasn't done a lot of partnering, but he has-- so he hopes to show that. Mochi says that she plays animals in The Lion King, so she's enjoying getting to dance like a woman.
Oscar is talking to his mother on the phone outside. He interviews that he misses her, but the $100 grand would help her, since she's suffering from cancer. Oscar asks Miguel who he thinks will go home and he accidentally says Oscar, but he meant that he'll stay. He thinks that Cody is going to win immunity. Oscar is asking Miguel like he's clairvoyant. Miguel says that Cody could pick his nose onstage and everybody would clap. Is he wearing clothes when he's doing that?
Lee is teaching the winning group lifts and Janelle is really nervous. Nick says that he hates when girls apologize for their weight when they are being lifted and he says that Janelle is "not an overweight girl" with sounds a lot like "Janelle is not thin." Lee says that Janelle is getting on-the-job training in lifts right now, but Nick is being a very good partner. She stresses that partners should have eye contact before a lift. Jerry tells Janelle that, when she goes into a lift, it looks like she's sinking down into the spot, when she should be thinking about flying. She should pull in her core-- it will make it easier on the guy.
Here come the losers. They are doing the "Two Lost Souls" number. The song takes place in hell. Miguel interviews that Michael has no technique and Oscar is an amazing dancer, so he's rooting for Oscar to stay. Oscar interviews that he and Miguel are picking up the choreography quicker than Michael is. He does look really awkward. Lee reminds them to dance "like men." Michael thinks he'll be fine because his style is more masculine, while Oscar is "more effeminate." It never ends. Lee interviews that Michael doesn't have the technique that Oscar does, but he has a nice musicality. She thinks their strengths and differences are polarized. They finish rehearsal early because Michael isn't feeling well.