Tom DeLay and Cheryl Burke have to take on the tango for their second dance. He's having a tough time jerking his head to the music at the right time during rehearsal, and he also injured his foot, getting a pre-stress fracture, news of which actually broke before this season started. So the dance itself: At first, it's not the trainwreck it could have been -- but then at the end, he's looking a mess, and then he almost drops Cheryl in their final move. He's limping afterward and looking in a lot of pain. Carrie Ann says there is something oddly alluring watching them dance together, that he is providing a good frame for her. "You've got a gut, you've got to squeeze them together, sir," she says, and I have no idea what she's talking about. I'm not sure that Tom Bergeron knows what she meant, either, but he says, "I don't think historically that's been his problem." Wait, what is going on?? Bruno says he nearly pulled it out of the bag, looking distinguished and determined, but it fell to pieces at the end. Baz says it was a cliffhanger -- and that he had dignity and grace, which should be celebrated. Scores: 6-6-6, for an 18/30.