Nigel asks Whitney if she's ever done anything in demi-plie before and Shankman implies that's something naughty. Nigel shows off his Bollywood knowledge and says they've really shown their personalities.
Cat calls the other dancers are called on stage; they're in rehearsal clothes. It's time to answer the big question of the night: Who's in danger?
Wow. The judges and choreographers have consulted over the week and Nigel says they don't need to see anyone re-dance. To prolong the agony and plug Shankman's movie again, it's time for a preview of Step Up Revolution. It promises awe-inspiring flash mobs.
Here's their number: If you're going to have breakdancers spinning about the floor, it seems rude to obscure them with stage fog.
Time to say goodbye to four dancers; Nigel explains that no one's being voted off, it's just that some dancers got less votes than others. Is that meant to be comforting?
The girls are up first: Witney is saved. That means Alexa and Janaya are gone. They don't cry. Boys next: Chehon is saved. Daniel and Nick are leaving. One last round of applause and plea for votes: another six dancers will be on the bottom next week.