Len calls his transitions “seamless” but thought his feet were awkward.  Bruno says parts of it were seamless because “size isn’t everything”.  He also calls him “wobbly”.  Carrie Ann leaves the table to give him a hug.  They score a 25.

Donald Driver and Peta Murgatroyd (27/30) – The storyline for Donald is that Len won’t give him a ten.  The other storyline is that he’s awesome.  He talks about how competitive he is, and Peta says she’s giving him a professional grade routine.  They start out in thrones, before dancing the Viennese Waltz to the song that lets you know that the characters on TV are in an Italian restaurant.  It really is a complicated routine – I’m too dumb to talk about it accurately, but they’re never doing the same thing for very long.  They keep changing it up, and it’s really got this lightness to it – he’s in constant motion, which is always nice in a Waltz.  That’s usually a dance where the star can take a breather, but it doesn’t happen here.

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