Dancing With the Stars Season 24 Episode 4 Review

It's "Most Memorable Year" night on Dancing With the Stars, also known as "Watch Carrie Ann Cry" night. This is usually a great night, so let's see who rises to the occasion this week.

Simone Biles & Sasha -
After a few weeks of being in the middle of the pack, Simone is finally (almost) back on top. This was her best dance so far. It was really something special, and it was really emotional.
My Score: 9

Bonner Bolton & Sharna -
This was a big improvement over last week's dance, so I will give Bonner that. But I wish he was more consistent. One week, he's one of the weaker dances, the other week he's strong. Hopefully, he can remain in the middle or work his way into the top, instead of going backwards again like last week.
My Score: 8

Erika Jayne & Gleb -
While this dance was a slight improvement from last week, Erika's dance was still one of the weakest of the night. It just lacked the emotion and passion of the other dances, and it was the least entertaining of the night for me.
My Score: 7

Rashad Jennings & Emma -
Wow, that was excellent. This was my favorite dance of the season so far. It was just so emotional and so incredible to watch. In just four weeks, Rashad has become a great dancer, and he certainly has what it takes to win this show.
My Score: 10

Nancy Kerrigan & Artem -
This was easily Nancy's best dance of the season, and I really enjoyed watching it. She's gone from a middle-of-the-pack performer to someone who is consistently one of my favorites. This dance was really enjoyable to watch.
My Score: 10

Normani Kordei & Val -
Normani was one of my favorites last week, and this week she wasn't as good as she has been. Something felt a bit off this week, even though it was still a strong performance. But I have no doubt that she'll be back on track next week.
My Score: 8

Heather Morris & Maks (Alan) -
Heather has always been a good dancer. I've really enjoyed watching her this season, even though she hasn't been my favorite. This dance was very good, and was probably her best. I'm excited for Maks to finally be back, even though Alan has done a great job with Heather and has been responsible for two very strong dances back-to-back.
My Score: 9

David Ross & Lindsay -
I've been really impressed with David throughout this competition. He's never been the best dancer in a given week, and he's never been the worst in any week. He's always been consistently good and very entertaining to watch. This dance was no different. 
My Score: 8

Mr. T & Kym -
I'm not going to say that Mr. T has transformed into a great dancer, because he hasn't. But he has gotten better, and that's good. Even though I thought he was the weakest dancer this week, he showed improvement, and was far better than the Mr. T we saw jump out of the A Team van in week one. I'm going to miss him, actually.
My Score: 7

Nick Viall & Peta -
Nick hasn't been very good this season, but he hasn't been bad either. This week, he had a very good dance, one that was easily his best so far. He actually seemed comfortable during this dance, especially when Vanessa joined him onstage.
My Score: 8

Worst of the Night: Mr. T
(Dis)Honorable Mention: Erika Jayne

Dancer of the Night: Rashad Jennings
Honorable Mention: Nancy Kerrigan

My Rankings for the Week:
1- Rashad Jennings
2- Nancy Kerrigan
3- Simone Biles
4- Heather Morris
5- Normani Kordei
6- Bonner Bolton
7- David Ross
8- Nick Viall
9- Erika Jayne
10- Mr. T (OUT)

Mr. T and Erika are the Bottom 2, and Mr. T is the one eliminated. This wasn't all that surprising, and I agree that it was time for Mr. T to go. 
This was a really great night of dance. Even the dancers that weren't the best were entertaining to watch, and it was really great to hear about memorable moments in the lives of the stars. This was the best episode of the season so far.
Episode Score: 9.5/10
Episode Grade: A

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