Next up is a couple named Dance in Flight. They met 18 years ago, lost touch, and reconnected 10 years ago. So, you know, they were alive during the original Hammer Time. When he’s not dancing, he’s a crematory operator. See, kids, work and sacrifice and you might grow up to dance part-time and be a crematory operator, too. Eeek. OK, the dance. They start with her on a bench reading a newspaper, he calls “Here, kitty, kitty” while dangling a big necklace at her. The Pink Panther music starts, she strips into a hot pink dress and they do some good lifts. Then the song changes into, oh dear. Not only is the song “Opposites Attract,” sung by one Ms. Paula Abdul, but the stupid projection wall behind them shows the actual punch line of many a joke, MC Skat Cat. I have so many problems with this I can’t even name them all. Must there be a Paula song in every show? Must the cutesy, less-talented acts always change songs? Must the songs be from the 80s? Must the projection wall always overshadow the less spectacular dancing? Plus, this song is much too fast for their dance, no musicality at all. Sigh. At the end of the dance he handcuffs her for some reason, and then poor Andrew comes onstage and they both insist on fist-bumping him. Well, they’re not winning (I hope) so the comments don’t matter. Red star from Travis. Kimberly is torn but gives them a gold star for theatricality. Paula likes that they danced to her song and gives them a gold star.