DANCE WITH SWAG! PrankvsPrank (Episode 1) D-trix Presents Dance Showdown

Uploaded by DanceOn on 05.10.2012


LAUREN: I'm watching Prank vs. Prank dance
and he's really committed.
He was very serious about this game.
Which I like that, because that means he's probably going
to be very serious about the competition.

JESSE: Oh yeah, this happened.
Are you serious?
At first, I'm thinking this is a joke, this is a joke.
But then his face is so serious.
JESSE: It should be OK by Friday though.
She was like, wait, is it a prank?
But then she wanted to act like maybe it is a prank, but
maybe it's not.
If it's not, I don't want to be mean.
So she didn't know how to take it.
LAUREN: Oh my God!
I'm so sorry.
What happened?
JESSE: We were in a club and I was trying to dance a little
bit and I rolled my ankle.
LAUREN: I started to second guess myself.
And I don't want to be rude and offend him
and not believe him.
So I started freaking out, just a little bit.
Are you serious?
JESSE: We can do something with the--
LAUREN: You're serious?
JESSE: Yeah.
LAUREN: Oh my God, I'm so sorry!
JESSE: It's a little swollen right now, you
can probably see.
But what shall we do?
LAUREN: We can always play--
JESSE: All right, I'm joking.
I'm joking.
LAUREN: God, I knew it!
I totally told them, I was like I can't
because I'm so gullible.
And like, I want to not believe you, but then
I don't want to--
Her facial expression was priceless.
LAUREN: Oh no, this is not going to go well.
I can't be pranked on!
I'm too gullible!
All right, so I'm thinking basketball.
Show me your moves like if you were going to have a
JESSE: You'd go between the legs.
JESSE: You'd go around the back.
LAUREN: Like some cool dribbles, shoots.
JESSE: The whole dance is basketballs?
LAUREN: Not the whole dance.
Like the beginning and end.
JESSE: Initially when Lauren told me about the basketball
part, I was kind of like um, I don't know if I really liked
it that much.
I just felt like I really wanted to dance, I didn't want
to play basketball.
We need to stretch a little bit.
LAUREN: OK, cool.
Can he touch his toes?
JEANA: No, he can't.
JESSE: I can touch my toes.
JEANA: You can?
JESSE: What?
LAUREN: Do it!
JEANA: Good job, I didn't know you could do that.
JESSE: I stretch every time before I work out.
That one stretch move--
one Mississippi, two Mississippi.
LAUREN: Very good.
JESSE: All right, do you mind if we get--?
JEANA: Yeah, I know.
I've got to upload the vlog.
JESSE: Yeah.
JEANA: The reason that I'm not dancing is because I don't
really feel too comfortable dancing.
I never thought I was a good dancer.
And especially to be solo, even though I would have a
dance partner.
But to be standing there alone by myself, I don't think I'd
feel too comfortable.
Kind of like you're pushing somebody out of the
Yep, push, push.
JESSE: Oh, sorry.
LAUREN: Never again, you're fired.
I'm kidding, you're good.
Can you do--
show me!
Show me your moves.

I've never danced in front of a mirror before.
LAUREN: In front of a mirror?
Is it intimidating?
JESSE: No, it's so much better.
LAUREN: You like it?
JESSE: Yeah.
LAUREN: Yeah, because you know what you look like.
JESSE: Why didn't I do this before?
Dancing in front of a mirror is just great, because I can
see what I'm doing right there.
I can perfect my moves.
LAUREN: We have these beautiful mirrors to see how
we actually look.
JESSE: I like it though.
All right.
Jesse's a little bit addicted to looking at
himself in the mirror.
It's funny.
He's really digging looking at himself dancing in the mirror,
and I love that.
JESSE: She said that?
I didn't do that.
That's messed up, Lauren.
I was not checking myself out, Lauren.
I moved the mirrors closer because I kept hopping out and
I need help.
It was helping me.
Checking myself out.
OK, I'm just-- all right, no, I'm just joking.
When I was in Germany, I had the new dance moves.
And I brought them to Germany, and they were like what?
[INAUDIBLE] to Harlem State.
You didn't see this yet?
Get off me.
LAUREN: So you were cheating, but it worked?
JESSE: Yeah, I was up on the new stuff.
LAUREN: Hey, I like it.
I like it.
JESSE: All right, what's next?
LAUREN: You know slides?
Like slides on the floor where you go--
JESSE: Like gliding?
JESSE: I don't know how to do it though.
I know like one part.
LAUREN: That's good!
That's really good.
JESSE: That's all I know.
LAUREN: That's really good!
Hey, I think that's better than me.
JESSE: Really?
LAUREN: You're one up on me.
All right.
JESSE: I'd love to learn.
LAUREN: The student has become the teacher.
Oh, my goodness.
JESSE: I only have one.
Like that's it, after that point I'm done.
Teach me, I don't even know.
JESSE: You just like push off with that foot and let this
left foot slide.
LAUREN: Schwing.
JESSE: And then like that Justin Bieber
thing he always does.
LAUREN: Schwing, schwing.
I will work on it.
Four, five, six, wind, swipe.
Stomp, stomp.
Awesome, awesome.
Three, four, five, six, wind, swipe.
Step it out, [BLEEP]
I forgot.
Six, seven, eight, hold one, two, go three.
Five, six, seven, eight, good, one, two, three, four, five,
six, seven.
JESSE: Hold on.
LAUREN: Three, five, six, seven, swipe.
Oh, no!
JESSE: It's definitely starting to be a challenge,
like with the numbering and stuff.
So it's something I'm going to have to work on.
LAUREN: Five, six, wind up and swipe.
A-Town stomp, A-Town stomp.
JESSE: Killing it!
LAUREN: I like it.
JESSE: We're killing it.
LAUREN: You like it?
OK, cool.
JESSE: That felt good that time.
Because you know what I was messing up on?
Six I got to get ready, seven, eight.
LAUREN: Yes, yes, exactly.
JESSE: Because I was trying to do seven and
do it all at once.
I like it though.
LAUREN: OK, all right.
JESSE: Peace on the street, son!
That's my little outro.
Peace on the street, son.
I usually pop a little salute.
JESSE: For the troops, son.
But it's "saan" like S-A-A-A-N. Are we done?
LAUREN: Yeah, get your fake crutches and your fake brace,
and get out of here.
JESSE: I should go back out and go guys, I actually rolled
it in there this time.
Karma is a B!
LAUREN: It's real this time.
JESSE: I could still dance with this.
JESSE: Do the stanky leg, do the stanky leg.
LAUREN: That's perfect.