Mary wants to send him to Las Vegas, Nigel says choreography, and Jesse, as the tiebreaker, sends him to choreography.
Jasmine has watched her brother Marshea try out for the show three times before. Six weeks ago, the two of them were in a horrific crash in which Marshea, the driver, was pronounced "dead on arrival at the hospital," but he actually survived, and after a 2-day coma is walking and dancing like normal now. Incredible. Praise be for the safety of modern cars and the miracle of modern medicine.
Jasmine dances a pretty hot jazz routine to Etta James's "I'd Rather Go Blind." Nigel says she danced fantastically; Mary says she shows a lot of maturity in her dancing for being only 18. Jesse adds to the love praising her beauty and talent. She's through to Las Vegas.
After the commercials, we get to see Marshea's audition. Heck, I'd give him a ticket to Las Vegas just for getting up on the stage six weeks after the kind of injuries he sustained. I'll say one thing, I like these siblings' taste in music.
Mary stops the music early to hand him his ticket to Las Vegas immediately. Apparently she had the same feeling I did about his achievement in even getting up on the stage.
Time for choreography, again with Robert and Courtney. After 40 minutes, David, the circus performer admits defeat. Jonathan doesn't make it out of the choreography and neither does Caley or Johnny Wacks. Sam is among the lucky few who do make it through to Las Vegas.
Next week: Atlanta auditions and in fewer than 30 seconds we hear both "The Dirty South" and "THE ATL." go ahead, ask a Georgian how much they love hearing either of those phrases. They don't say it, but it looks like Debbie Allen is going to be our guest judge -- whoopee!