That was completely insane. I've watched it twice and I still can't believe it really happened.

I just watched it a third time. It still happened.

Tom says it was the most fun he's had in 15 years. Len says that was the craziest number he's ever seen. And he says this while holding a can of silly string in each hand. LEN! Ddouble fisting silly string! I told you we've all gone crazy.  

Len says it wasn't tight, it wasn't together, but it was fun. And then he shoots silly string at the dancers because the world has gone mad.

Bruno asks Gilles for Tiny Towel (he doesn't call it that; it's my own special name). And Gilles takes it off and gives it to him. Meaning Tiny Towel is out of the way to make room for the new hero Modesty Shorts. Because they're not so modest after all.

I rechristen them Tiny Shorts. (I am told this is similar to when The White Queen became Emma Frost in the X-Men.) And I yelp so loudly in joy that all the cats ran and hid under something. Now they need drugs.

Carrie calls it a "hot mess" and then "crazy fun insanity." As the dancers are walking up to Brooke, Maks throws his mesh shirt into the crowd. Gilles is hiding behind the other dancers because Tiny Shorts are shy.

Scores: Carrie Ann: 9; Len: 9; Bruno: 9

That's fair. For as much fun as it was, this is still technically a dancing competition and that deserved to be scored lower than the cheer number we saw last night.

There's no elimination tonight. So these two scores will be added to next week's scores to determine which couple is eliminated next week.

As they stand around for the end of the show, someone's given Gilles a robe. The Silken Robe is our new villain. Team Tiny Shorts. 

Scoreboard for this week:

Tiny Shorts: 99.5

Sabrina & Louis 58.5

Melissa & Tony: 56.5

Shawn & Derek: 56.5

Gilles & Peta: 56.5

Tiny Towel: 56.5

Apolo & Kristina: 56.5

Emmitt & Cheryl: 56

Kirstie & Maks: 52.5

Kelly & Val: 51.5

Silken Robe: -15