I feel like the scores will never be fair the way they do it right now. There are many times where there is very little difference in score between a good competitor and a not so great competitor when there is a huge difference in their dances. A max score for each dance should be created during dress rehearsals based on the moves, skill level, entertainment value etc. Then the contestants can be scored based on that score so that way the pros can't be choreographing simpler dances for the less good contestants and get scored the same as ones who had much more complicated dances
I think I remember seeing that they picked up the show for a full season recently
Am I the only one dying waiting for David and Emily's reunion!?!? I sat through this whole episode looking at the time left and thinking "Oh my god. They really aren't gonna show them coming face to face with each other. You have got to be kidding me. No seriously there are 5 minutes left, we must get to at least see the beginning of it. REALLY?! REALLY! Come on!!!" Yes that was me. Was I the only one? I knew that we weren't going to get instant gratification when it came to David and Emily reuniting but this was the second close call and it doesn't seem like next week will be the week either. I just hope we don't spend half the season waiting for it. I am extremely used to this show being all about twists but I literally cannot see where this David situation is going. He is so unpredictable and I love it and hate it at the same time. I love it because it means that David isn't really that weak character we have seen the past couple episodes just bending to Victoria's will and because it will keep all of us on the edge of our seats. I hate it though because I am starting to get the feeling that David isn't the man that Emily holds in such high regard anymore. I think the whole ordeal changed him so much and I am worried that it will end up Emily vs. David and Emily forced to take him down. There are just so many unanswered questions right now. Why didn't he ever seek out Nolan once he released? Why didn't he keep tabs on Emily once he was released? He obviously found out Fauxmanda died but he never worried about his daughter before that? Who broke him out of prison? How had he managed to stay alive and well for the past 10 years? He must have paid that guard a lot of money to help break out Conrad to kill him, but where did he get the money? How was he keeping so up to date with all the news (Fauxmanda dying, Conrad confessing and being arrested and where he was being held, etc.). I hope at the end of the day we get all the answers and David and Emily can have a happy ending. Can Jack please go away. He doesn't have some special claim over Emily. If his partner wants to ask Ems out he can. Emily can take care of herself and if she wants to say no she can say no but it is her choice!
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