Tuesday, October 30, 2007

OCTOBER 30, 2007

The Dancing With the Stars dance floor became the back alley last night when the "greasers" took on the "jocks" in the season's first 1950's inspired group dance off to Bobby Day's "Rockin' Robin." It's also the first time the home and studio audience saw legal lifts this season. The group dance added an extra voting component to the evening as the judges were excused from raising their paddles on this particular number and left the scoring to fans alone. The judges did have numbers for the individual partner dances, and in a surprising turn, consistent leaders Sabrina Bryan and partner Mark Ballas find themselves in the middle of the pack with a 25 for their fox trot. Spice Girl Mel B. and partner Maksim Chmerkovsky got a first perfect 30 for a sizzling hot rumba, while Doctor Quinn's Jane Seymour and Tony Dovolani sunk to the bottom with their juiceless jive.

As we've seen all season, the judge's scores can be over-ruled after the audience votes are tabulated and anyone could find themselves under the red spotlight in tonight's Results show with special guest Barry Manilow.

Dancing With The Stars Leaderboard
Mel B and Maksim Chmerkovsky- 30
Helio Castroneves and Julianne Hough- 28
Jennie Garth and Derek Hough- 27
Sabrina Bryan and Mark Ballas- 25
Cameron Mathison and Edyta Swilinska- 25
Marie Osmond and Jonathan Roberts- 23
Jane Seymour and Tony Dovolani- 22 (our elimination prediction)

You know I love Chuck and Pushing Daisies, but here are each show's chances of surviving the whole season...

100% (voted to save it)—Pushing Daisies (ABC), full season ordered
100%—Gossip Girl (CW), full season ordered
100%—Private Practice (ABC), full season ordered
100%—Back to You (Fox), full season ordered
100%—The Big Bang Theory (CBS), full season ordered

68%—Samantha Who? (ABC), additional episodes ordered
63%—Chuck (NBC), additional episodes ordered
58%—Big Shots (ABC)
57%—Moonlight (CBS), additional episodes ordered
56%—Reaper (CW), additional episodes ordered

50%—Women's Murder Club (ABC), additional episodes ordered
47%—Aliens in America (CW), asked to continue production
44%—Dirty Sexy Money (ABC), additional episodes ordered
35%—Bionic Woman (NBC), additional episodes ordered
34%—Journeyman (NBC), additional episodes ordered
29%—Life (NBC), additional episodes ordered
29%—Life Is Wild (CW)
25%—Carpoolers (ABC), additional episodes ordered

21%—Cane (CBS), additional episodes ordered
20%—K-Ville (Fox)
15%—Kid Nation (CBS)
13%—Cavemen (ABC)

0%—Viva Laughlin (CBS), canceled

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