Dancing With the Stars

Season 2 Episode 11

Episode 206

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Aired Monday 8:00 PM Feb 09, 2006 on ABC
9.1
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Episode 206
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With Tia out now, the five remaining stars must again learn two dance routines in order to maintain their shot at the trophy. They perform the Jive, Tango, Paso Doble, Quickstep, and the Rumba.

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  • The couples perform dances they haven't taken on yet. This leads to five completely different dances being presented.The couples also have the non-scored Group Viennese Waltz!

    8.8
    A rousing, fun, breath-taking week! Two 30s handed out, footage of George dropping trou for laughs, fun choreography, a cute Marine baby, and quips flying from all corners. A typical Thursday. *g*



    The women were beautiful, the men handsome, the music hit-or-miss (as usual- The Black Eyed Peas are bound to have a better song to tango to; they have to, right?)and the judges in a more subdued mode, after last week.



    Tom and Samantha kept everything chugging along and light, though I tend to enjoy Tom more, personally.



    A great night of fun and dance! I highly recommend this episode!



    (Psst! Where are the dvds?)moreless
Bruno Tonioli

Bruno Tonioli

Judge

Carrie Ann Inaba

Carrie Ann Inaba

Judge

Drew Lachey

Drew Lachey

Season 2- Celebrity Dancer

George Hamilton

George Hamilton

Season 2- Celebrity Dancer

Jerry Rice

Jerry Rice

Season 2- Celebrity Dancer

Len Goodman

Len Goodman

Judge

Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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  • TRIVIA (1)

    • In the show's introduction, the remaining celebrities were labeled as follows:

      *Stacy Kiebler- The Natural
      *Lisa Rinna- The Underdog
      *George Hamilton- The Entertainer
      *Jerry Rice- The Class Act
      *Drew Lachley- The Boy Wonder

  • QUOTES (16)

  • NOTES (3)

    • According to the judges votes tonight, Stacy Keibler & Tony Dovolani tied with Drew Lachey & Cheryl Burke for first place with a score of 30. George Hamilton & Edyta Sliwinska and Jerry Rice & Anna Trebunskaya ties for last place with a score of 23.

    • Dances, Music, and Scores - Week 6

      Jerry & Anna - Paso Doble
      "Espana Cani" by Erich Kunzal
      Carrie Ann...8, Len...7, Bruno...8
      Score: 23

      Drew & Cheryl - Tango
      "Shut Up" by Black Eyed Peas
      Carrie Ann...10, Len...10, Bruno...10
      Score: 30

      George & Edyta - Rumba
      "Perhaps Perhaps Perhaps" by Doris Day
      Carrie Ann...8, Len...7, Bruno...8
      Score: 23

      Lisa & Louis - Quickstep
      "9 - 5" by Chic
      Carrie Ann...9, Len...9, Bruno...9
      Score: 27

      Stacy & Tony - Jive
      "Wake Me Up Before You Go-go" by Wham
      Carrie Ann...10, Len...10, Bruno...10
      Score: 30

      Group - Viennese Waltz
      "Fallin'" - Alicia Keys

    • The following professionals gave an exhibition of the dances to be seen in the episode:

      Louis & Ashly perform the Jive to "Faith"
      Jonathan & Anna perform the Tango
      Maksim & Edyta perform the Rumba to "My Heart Will Go On"
      Tony & Cheryl perform the Paso Doble
      Nick & Andrea perform the Quickstep to "Sing,Sing,Sing"

      The Group Viennese Waltz was performed to "Fallin'" by Alicia Keyes'

  • ALLUSIONS (7)

    • Bruno: The Emancipation of Lisa is complete.-- a reference to Mariah Carey's Grammy-winning album, The Emancipation of Mimi.

    • Bruno: (to Len, after Jerry and Anna's Paso Doble) You are turning into Judge Dread!--refers to the hyper-violent comic (and movie)about a future law enforcer named Judge Dredd.

    • Tom: ...Judges' Smackdown!--references WWE Smackdown!, and to a lesser degree, Stacy, who works for the WWE. It also references the verbal brawls from last week's show.

    • Tom: ...it's not perfect, but it's not peanuts.--refers to Drew's statement that he'd come on this week, if he made the cut, in a "rubberband and a peanut shell."

    • Bruno: ...Dynasty: The Musical--reference to the elegant nighttime soap from ABC in the 80s.

    • Tom: Next week, we might take a cue from Spinal Tap and turn the paddles up to 11.--references the mockumentary about a fictional band, who happened to have amplifiers that were able to be louder than other bands due to their amps going to '11', supposedly.

    • Bruno: Gonna have to go with Obi-Wan Kenobi because the Force is with him.--references to the Star Wars series of films. Obi-Wan is a main character as well as a Jedi, and The Force is , well, a force that manifests a Jedi's power.

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