Well, it’s time to listen to Bristol wine. She brought the drama this week by fighting with Mark. She doesn’t flat out just tell Mark what’s wrong right away. She acts like the little twat waffle that she is and is all passive aggressive. Bristol finally tells Mark that she feels like he doesn’t want to work with her. Mark calmly explains that he has always stuck up for and always stood by her side. For some reason, Bristol feels like Mark wants to go home. Maybe it’s because you’re being a huge Seaward and playing the victim. I wouldn’t want to be around you either, bitch! The fight ends with Bristol walking out on Mark.
(Un)fortunately, Bristol is back to dance. She and Mark will be recreating the paso doble Joanna Krupa and Derek performed in season 9.
Joanna & Derek (Season 9)
Bristol & Mark
I really question Bristol’s part in the creative direction of this dance. The chess board idea with the white queen and the black king dancing is awesome! I love it. I’m pretty sure that the girl who spent all last week talking all about being a redneck is not a huge fan of chess. The dance itself wasn’t bad. Bristol and Mark obviously made up and continued to rehearse.
Len explains that, back when he was dancing, he would have a fight with his partner before the paso doble because it got him in the right mood. He thinks it’s easily her best dance. Bruno calls Bristol an ice queen with a killer streak. A killer streak of what? It’s obviously not talent. Carrie Ann thinks that people automatically put Bristol in the bottom of the pack, but she’s proving herself to be a worth competitor. Carrie Ann, you may want to think before you speak. The only person that Bristol has managed to score higher than was Pamela Anderson. Your scores have put her at the bottom of the pack each week!
Carrie Ann – 7.5
Len – 7.5
Bruno – 7 and a HALF! (Yay! My Bruno is back!)
Hey, Carrie Ann, who is it putting them at the bottom of the pack?
After that moment of suck, let’s finish the night out with a good dance. Derek and Shawn are recreating the quickstep that Hélio and Julianne Hough performed in season 5. Shawn wants to bring in trampolines to really push the boundaries. They decide to just go all out a break the rules no matter what the judges think. Derek just wants it to be entertaining.
Hélio & Julianne (Season 5)
Shawn & Derek
It’s pretty obvious which of those was the better performance. Hélio’s was a better quickstep, but Shawn and Derek had a better overall performance. I really have nothing there I can make fun of. It was awesome, entertaining, and well done. I honestly enjoyed it – no snark! I’m just going to say it – Shawn and Derek most likely just secured their spot in the finals with that dance.