Craig (Paddle Power) on the sofa for the dance debrief: Harriona - as a choreographer and director he encourages storytelling, but it didn't get more than an 8 because being out of hold revealed a lot of flaws, specially with the arms. Apparently, they are allowed 10 seconds out of hold - it seems a lot longer than that; Aleames - the sexless remark wasn't personal, she is sexy - but the dancing could be sexier, needed hip action, all his analogies are aimed at the dancing; Antonollio - Nancy goes for it, takes the ideas, incorrigible and brave, needs technical work obviously - and says Anton could do more to cover up her mistakes; Pashee - it didn't have the polish it needed for a 10 but dynamic, brilliant, a million steps; Jastina - bit kangarooish, skipping, galloping, loses strength, paso is demanding shape wise. He's not a dancer, he's a great singer and actor but was never a dancer, he has weaknesses.
Robbiola on the sofa and Robbie (jive and kicking) says the nose is fine, 'cept he can't breathe properly ... Zoe presents him with a bill for the camera! Ola (shut and jive) says he totally sold the dance with his personality. Production have fun with a spoof hair advert: Strictly Savage Shampoo, because he's, yeah, that. They've a trick-filled masculine paso for Halloween!
Dr. Pam (no couch slouch) says the females are feeling the pressure! On Aleames, James is an authoritarian - my way or highway - but there's teasing, they're having fun; on Antonollio, she defies analysis, Anton's brilliant, you can be tough but with the right tone, smile and tease, he's able to be hard on her; on Brendulu, he recognises that she learns differently to others, she's responding to beats instead of numbers; on Pashee, he can be stern and parental but gets the response he needs with a playful slap on the bum.
That's it? 30 minutes up already, I swear it gets shorter the more the series goes on ...