Bill Engvall & Emma Slater

Their routine is inspired by Indiana Jones. Emma tells Bill, "I'm giving you the chance to be Harrison Ford; You're WELCOME." Hee. I like her. Bill is worried about putting in a lift or trick that would hurt Emma if he screwed up. So sweet.

There's way too much faffing about at the beginning, even if it is a freestyle. And it includes some terrible CGI of a giant disco ball rolling down the dance floor. The lifts and the tricks are generally labored; you can see a giant line of sweat running down Bill's back and down both of his sides under his arms.

Then he rips his shirt off at the end and Carrie Ann can't breathe from the laughing. Luckily, Gail Engvall thinks it's hilarious too.

Tom says, "On behalf of all of us who have a one-pack, thank you!" I LOVE HIM SO MUCH.

Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 8; Len: 9; Bruno: 8

After the scores, while Tom is throwing to commercial, the camera finds Emma and Bill hugging and laughing their heads off. What fun those two have had this season.

Corbin Bleu & Karina Smirnoff

Because they're dancing to "Smooth Criminal," they go to Las Vegas and work with Michael Jackson's choreographer, Travis Payne. Dang. Not that Corbin can't handle it. Originally they weren't going to have extra dancers, but then Karina brings in extra dancers to do some sort of "insane trick."

They enter the ballroom dangling from wires, with helicopter sounds in the background. Synchronized moonwalking! They execute the "insane trick" without a hitch. Then they go up the stairs and use some sort of space-age flooring and gravity boots to do some serious leaning.

Bruno says they killed it. Duh. He said they combined iconic Michael Jackson moves with classic ballroom touches. Len says nothing, just gives them a standing ovation and applause.

Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 10; Len: 10; Bruno: 10

Jack Osbourne & Cheryl Burke

Cheryl says they're going to tell the story of his season through the freestyle. They're using extra dancers as well. I think it's cool that they're sticking with ballroom -- that's where Jack is going to be strongest. It's still a freestyle, even if you're not doing hip hop moves or some grand theme.

This is a GREAT routine -- really showcasing Jack's strengths, telling a story and not getting too gimmicky. It was the PERFECT routine for him to do.

Carrie Ann calls it a "showstopper." Len says Jack's family should be so proud of him. Bruno says it was glossy, glitzy, classy and tailored to perfection. He compliments Cheryl on the job she's done.  Cheryl's wiping away tears. Awww.

Judges' Scores: Carrie Ann: 10; Len: 10; Bruno: 10

YAY! I'm glad that got a perfect score! Well-deserved. Bruno comes out to kiss both of them. Wow. I wonder if any of this is an indication that Cheryl's leaving the show? I hope not.

Amber Riley & Derek Hough

Way back in Week 3, Amber did some step moves during rehearsal and Derek's idea light bulb went off. Amber apparently used to be on a step team, so they've brought in a bunch of extra dancers. At one point, everybody's getting the step moves except Derek. Hee.

It's an Old West theme, with Amber coming into the saloon and taking down the customers (the male dancers.) There's a really neat sequence where they have the guys adding chairs to a line for Amber to step on as she walks toward the camera. The routine ends with all the guys falling down as if they've been shot while Amber stands in the spotlight. That's just right.