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Andy Dick was Homecoming King and they show a picture of him with his velvet crown. Oh my.
They're having trouble getting it together. He may be sober, but I think he's still a drama seeker.
The routine starts with graphics on the screen that are supposed to make us think he's been dumped. But Sharna in a skintight catsuit is going to lift his spirits. His SPIRITS and that's all - this is a family show. Although, my goodness, that catsuit. It's like the inverse amount of fabric of an average Peta costume but it's 10m times as sexy. The routine ends with Andy ripping open his shirt as he does an on-the-knees slide to the judges' table. My eyes!
Bruno says the timing was a bit off, the timing was a bit odd, but the entertainment value was totally on. Carrie Ann tells Andy, "The only way to win is try," and she admires his effort. Len says he's like a sneeze, "You know it's coming, but there's nothing you can do about it." Len says frankly, "You're not a great dancer," but that watching Andy dances makes him "feel good." And adds, "Any resemblance to the cha cha was a coincidence."
In the interview with Brooke, Andy says, "I don't drink anymore, but I still carry around a six pack," and then he opens up his shirt to show off that torso AGAIN and for a second time tonight I'm reminded of pumpkin pie before you put it in the oven.
Scores: Carrie Ann: 6; Len: 6; Bruno: 6
Ingo Rademacher & Kym Johnson
What? You didn't do the Paso Doble at your prom? Underachievers. Ingo says his prom was "boring as [BLEEP]." So this routine is going to be Ingo's "fantasy prom" where he rides up on his motorcycle and steals the prom queen. Kym says she reckons she'd have been prom queen if they'd had prom at her school. I love that it's Australians, New Zealanders and Southerners from the U.S. who regularly use the word "reckon."