Stacy and Tony: Quickstep? Nice job. Cha-cha? Still efficient. I immediately understood what judge Carrie Ann was trying to saying about Stacy's "angry face," but I think she just didn't articulate it as well as she could have. During the dance, Stacy's expression kept resembling my three-year-old nephew's when he wants a treat but isn't getting it. Her demeanor wasn't so much "angry" as "pouty." But who can fault her dancing? Top notch.
Jerry and Anna: Bless his heart, he's out there trying so hard. If he weren't putting his heart and soul into this, I'd be sore about him moving on while Lisa was left behind. But I can't bring myself to be offended by his presence in the final three. He's still stiff and his footwork is not as sharp as Drew's or Stacy's, but Jerry really has come a long, long way. Lisa did, too, but someone had to go....
Lisa and Louis:
Drew and Cheryl: Okay, when brother Nick got all teary-eyed while commenting on his little bro, I lost a bit o' my heart. Jessica Simpson, what the hell were you thinking??? Anyway, D&C are almost the whole package. No, he's not a perfect dancer, but he's still improving and bringing the awesome every single week. And, as noted by, I think, Carrie Ann, these two have a chemistry that you can't get through practice or natural dancing talent. I guess that's what I was feeling a couple of weeks ago when I noted that I get excited watching this couple.
BTW, "Save the Last Dance" was brilliant. I've never heard Michael Bubble or whatever his name is, but that was a cool rendition. And Alec + Edyta? So very cool. That woman is cut, my friends. So very cut.