After bringing folks up to speed, Tom introduced the ten professional dancers, who showed what the dances were supposed to look like. Jerry and Anna's Paso Doble was up first. They recieved the same score (23) as last week's Samba and Jerry was disappointed again. Drew and Cheryl came next, to Tom's jokes and a sultry Tango to The Black Eyed Peas' "Shut Up." They finally earned a 30 from the judges, which pleased the audience as well! George and Edyta performed a classy and fun Rumba, but Len was disappointed in what he thought "wasn't enough content," yet George and Edyta scored a 23. Lisa and Louis proceeded to make quick work of the Quickstep, set to a slower-tempo'd "9 to 5", but an upbeat 27 brightened Lisa's evening. Stacy and Tony gave a great Jive performance, with it ending on the judges' table and right in front of Len Goodman himself! Liking everything they saw, the judges gave the pair a 30. We saw rehearsal footage of the group dance, like last week, but no blood was spilled. The ladies were in various lovely flowing dresses and the men in tails. Each had a "spotlight dance" moment and lots of lifts were shown. Except for George, who looked as if he were trying to do either the Funky chicken or just THE Chicken Dance. Tom and Samantha reiterated how the couples were after the judges' scores and sent us, the audience, off to vote.