Dance Showdown Presented by D-trix - Episode 2


Uploaded by DanceOn on 12.04.2012

Transcript:

MALE SPEAKER: Previously on Dance Showdown:
MALE SPEAKER: I'm freaking out-- like, flipped over and
puts her [HORN HONK]
in my face.
FEMALE SPEAKER: Oh, my God.
MALE SPEAKER: I did not come here for [HORN HONK]
in my face.
FEMALE SPEAKER: He's like super cute and I'm like--
I love him.
MALE SPEAKER: Competition better take a seat.
Talking to you [INAUDIBLE].
FEMALE SPEAKER: [INAUDIBLE], good, good, good,
good, good, and slide.
FEMALE SPEAKER: I can dance in my dreams.
I can dance in your dreams.
So call me later.
FEMALE SPEAKER: You're going to catch me.
MALE SPEAKER: No.
MALE SPEAKER: You're going down, [INAUDIBLE].
[MUSIC PLAYING]
IAN EASTWOOD: HotForWords takes certain phrases or
certain words and explains it in a very interesting way.
-Boobie has been around since the late 1800s from the
Spanish word, bobo, meaning a stupid person.
IAN EASTWOOD: Hello.
MARINA: Hi, how are you?
IAN EASTWOOD: Very nice to meet you.
Ian.
MARINA: Marina.
Nice to meet you.
Ian?
IAN EASTWOOD: All right, yes.
I definitely would not say Marina is an average looker.
She's a little bit-- and by a little bit, I mean a lot more
and above average when it comes to the looks.
MARINA: I didn't expect him to be so young.
I was a teacher for 14-year-old boys in Russia.
He looks 14.
LAUREN FRODERMAN: Hello, Adam.
I'm Lauren.
ADAM: Pleasure.
LAUREN FRODERMAN: Today I'm working with Adam.
He's known as SeaNanners on YouTube.
ADAM: Oh, I'm sorry.
Did you want to not fight me because it's not an option.
LAUREN FRODERMAN: When I hear gamer, I don't think
you dance at all.
ADAM: I'm probably going to be like the karate kid in that I
do not possess some of the skills necessary to win.
So I think you're going to have to be my Mrs. Miagi?

ELLE: Hey.
BRYAN TANAKA: What's up?
How you doing?
Her personality was just what I expected.
She came in smiling and just fun.
ELLE: As my allegiance knows, I used to post dance
videos on my site--
at least attempting to dance.
The last formal dance training I had was in middle school.
There you go.
No, the eyebrows are not part of the costume.
I became a mom recently.
And as much as I am in love with my daughter, I have not
danced in over a year.
Something just happens when you have a baby.
You feel uncoordinated.
I really wanted to do this to get back into it and to prove
to myself that I still got some groove in me.
LANA: Hi.
BRYAN TANAKA: What's up?
So I'm working with Lana McKissic and I'm super stoked.
I'm Bryan.
LANA: Hi, I'm Lana.
I went to dance with sexy people.
That's all I want in life.
So that's why I'm doing this show.
BRYAN TANAKA: What nationality are you?
LANA: Half Japanese and half white.
BRYAN TANAKA: Hopper.
LANA: Hopper.
BRYAN TANAKA: Me too.
LANA: You're half Japanese?
BRYAN TANAKA: Yeah.
LANA: Half Japanese people are magical.
Bryan is my soul brother.
BRYAN TANAKA: What's something cool about you that I don't
know about?
LANA: I'm a singer.
BRYAN TANAKA: I've seen a couple of videos
you've sang in too.
LANA: Are you stalking me?
BRYAN TANAKA: I mean, I just do my research.
LANA: Hold me in your arms.
This is Shakira.
BRYAN TANAKA: [INAUDIBLE]
the hips don't lie.
LANA: Her hips do not lie.
[MUSIC - SHAKIRA, "HIPS DON'T LIE"]

BRYAN TANAKA: She's a performer and I got that right
away from her.
[MUSIC - SHAKIRA, "HIPS DON'T LIE"]

JARMAINE: I was asking somebody what you look like
and somebody said, some tall skinny kid.
IAN EASTWOOD: That's me.
Yes, I'm the tall skinny kid, Ian.
Very nice to meet you.
JARMAINE: Oh, wow.
But I've never been in a dance studio.
It looks weird.
IAN EASTWOOD: When I first see Jarmaine's YouTube videos, I
get so confused as to how all that happens on your face.
I just thought it was just kind of like,
ah, color, ah, color.
But she makes it more fun and interesting.
JARMAINE: I've always considered myself poised.

KHERINGTON PAYNE: I'm Kherington.
Nice to meet you.
WOODY: I'm Woody.
How are you?
KHERINGTON PAYNE: I'm great.
My partner is Woody and he has a channel on YouTube.
And it's Woody's Gamer Tag.
WOODY: How was I to know you had bullets?
Yeah.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: Well, have you ever tried dancing?
WOODY: I'm an expert dancer.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: Oh, my God.
I'm so excited.
WOODY: That's not true.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: I know.
But if you have that
enthusiasm, I'm really excited.
WOODY: On YouTube I've started this series where me and
another guy, Wings of Redemption have sort of
challenged each other for supremacy in the gaming
community amongst who is the top dancer.
One of my greatest qualities as a dancer is my willingness
to overcome that embarrassment factor.
We're going to crush it.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: We're going to crush it.
WOODY: It's going to be good.
We're going to win this thing.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: So you want to get started?
WOODY: I do.
WOODY: OK, great.
Awesome.
[MUSIC - NA PALM, "TWO DAYS STRAIGHT']

BRYAN TANAKA: The song that I'm going to be having Elle
perform to is called Two Days Straight by Na Palm.
So we partying for two days straight.
We getting party up in here.
ELLE: I have not done this in so long.
This is awesome.

Hey.
You never know when the clones are going to show up.
We're here.
You guys, this is supposed to be me time.
You can't really define the clones.
They just are.
[MUSIC PLAYING]
Do you think we can?
BRYAN TANAKA: Yeah, let's do it.
ELLE: OK.
All right, you guys are in.
Let's go.
Yes.

LAUREN FRODERMAN: The story kind of is just like very
common guy, never wants to do anything but play video games
and girl comes along and she wants attention.
ADAM: OK.
LAUREN FRODERMAN: Pay attention to me.
ADAM: Why don't you want me?
Something like--
LAUREN FRODERMAN: Pay attention to me.
ADAM: That's not going to be part of our
dance routine, is it?
LAUREN FRODERMAN: So the first thing I'm going to teach you
is just ball changing.
It's really easy.
ADAM: Ball changing?
LAUREN FRODERMAN: Ball changing
ADAM: I immediately think of testicles.
Which is where that you would change your--
anyways.
LAUREN FRODERMAN: Left, right.
There it is.
Yes, yes, yes.
ADAM: I'm just going to be honest.
I'm just going to keep spinning until I'm in the
right place.
Apparently when I start to spin, my brain thinks about
rainbows and gumdrops.

When I spin, I fail.
IAN EASTWOOD: I have this song called Get Out My Shoes--
JARMAINE: Is it fast?
IAN EASTWOOD: It's a little fast.
JARMAINE: Oh no.
JARMAINE: I was not meant to be a dancer because I have a
stiff body.
I move awkwardly.
IAN EASTWOOD: Seven, eight.
JARMAINE: Why do you do it with more rhythm than me?
IAN EASTWOOD: I'm a dancer.
Don't fight your body.
Right now--
JARMAINE: Like, rock your body?
IAN EASTWOOD: --you and your body are going like this.
You're boxing.
You and your body are just boxing each other in the face.
JARMAINE: Like we're two different, like--
IAN EASTWOOD: Yeah.
JARMAINE: Ian says I fight my body.
Like, I have a demon inside me?
IAN EASTWOOD: Don't think so much.
You're thinking so much in your head.
JARMAINE: I'm thinking awkward.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: Boom, boom, boom, boom, boom, boom.
WOODY: So it's--
KHERINGTON PAYNE: Show your muscles.
WOODY: Boom, boom, boom.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: No, not out, in.
WOODY: All right, in.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: Our story is I am in this TV, kind of like
a life size video game and I come to life.
And we jam out together.
And then he wakes up at the end and realizes
it was all a dream.
Boom, bing, bing.
There you go.
And then we do the running man.
Do you know the running man?
WOODY: No, I don't know.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: What?
WOODY: Do you not know me yet?
KHERINGTON PAYNE: You're 39.
I think you should know the running man.
WOODY: Maybe refresh me.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: Da, da, da.
Don't put your foot up.
WOODY: The running man is tough for me and I think it
was tough to teach as well.

KHERINGTON PAYNE: Oh, my God.
I love you.

WOODY: You're not funny.
IAN EASTWOOD: We're going to make it so that you're the
sexy teacher that kind of teases the student.
MARINA: Tantalize.
IAN EASTWOOD: Yes.
That is the word I was looking for.
MARINA: I will be tantalizing the student.
IAN EASTWOOD: Yes.
Perfect.
The song I picked for Marina, Balloons by Them Jeans, it's
got a lot of sexual innuendos in there.
And then he says in the lyrics--
he says, white balloons.
MARINA: Balloons are my favorite.
IAN EASTWOOD: Yeah.
MARINA: I like them.
IAN EASTWOOD: That's good.
MARINA: I love Balloons.
There's a word for that.

Looner.
L-O-O-N-E-R, looner.
I don't like flowers.
I don't like to kill flowers.
I like balloons.
A looner is someone who's obsessed with balloons.
So I think I'm a looner.
IAN EASTWOOD: Three, four, five, six, seven--
yeah.
So that was only six counts.
MARINA: Like I am born out of the water.
Aphrodite.
IAN EASTWOOD: Yes.
Yes, there you go.
I was supposed to be watching her and giving her critiques.
And then slowly I kind of like was a guy.
I was being a guy for a second and just appreciating life,
beauty, appreciating the moment, yeah.
But then I snapped back into choreographer.

BRYAN TANAKA: The song I get to work with
today is pretty awesome.
Lil Mama.
It's called So Much Money.
Strip club scene.
LANA: As a strip club connoisseur, I gave a lot of
pointers to Bryan as far as what he should do.
[BEEP].
No, I've never been to a strip club.
This is not true.
I'm lying.
BRYAN TANAKA: The only interesting part is I'll be
between your legs.
Ha, ha.
LANA: Bryan sends a lot of time between my
legs in this dance.
BRYAN TANAKA: Five, six.
LANA: Oh, I'm sorry.
I'm sorry.
I had a little bit of a Tonya Harding moment.
And when I saw that Bryan was clearly superior to me in
every way, I had to take him out.
Man down.
BRYAN TANAKA: Help, man down.
LANA: Help.

ELLE: What do I have to say to the other competitors?
You know what?
I usually just let my baby do the smack talking for me.
[BABY COOS]
Yeah, you tell them, girl.
[BABY COOS]
Whoa, let's keep it PG.
[BEEP]
Girl, you got a mouth on you.

IAN EASTWOOD: Jarmaine has problems moving her arms and
feet at the same time.
And that is a problem.
You want to watch someone just in their element.
JARMAINE: Like just--
IAN EASTWOOD: I don't know if that was, but yes.
JARMAINE: I am going to rehearse in the shower, my
therapist's office.
I could use $25,000.
I got bills to pay.
ADAM: I do feel kind of under doggish.
I think that this is not my specialty.
After today, I think it's very important that I go watch the
Karate Kid at least seven times.
[BEEP]
[WHOOSH]
But with dancing.
So something like that.

BRYAN TANAKA: Yes.
Hair, hair.
More hair.
LANA: It would help me get into character if
you actually stripped.
[MUSIC - LIL MAMA, "SO MUCH MONEY"]

LANA: When Bryan starts stripping, I saw the abs and
then the light came shortly thereafter.
I'm not single.
So I did not hear love songs.
I'm actually engaged.
Yay.
Please, help me.
I need to win this competition so that I
can pay for my wedding.
I'm going to dance my tukhus off and you're
going to like it.

MARINA: Oh, my God.
I think Ian should tell me, this is not good.
This is how you do it.
Maybe he should be a little bit more manly with me.
IAN EASTWOOD: Don't stress.
It's just dancing.
It's not algebra, all right?
MARINA: Well, I love algebra and geometry too.
IAN EASTWOOD: Well, then it's that.
WOODY: As the knee goes down, the other one goes back.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: That goes out, yes.
Yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, yes, ah.
WOODY: I win.
KHERINGTON PAYNE: Holy Jesus.
WOODY: I hit it and then I was able to repeat
that and do it again.

And Kherington gasmed on the floor and
everything went great.

KHERINGTON PAYNE: Yeah.
That was awesome.
WOODY: Is it absurd that I could be the dancing king?
No.
I was born to be the dancing king.
MALE SPEAKER: Next time on dance showdown:
MALE SPEAKER: All right, I think we're warm.

MALE SPEAKER: That's the end of rehearsals.
There's no more warming up.
The next run is for good.
FEMALE SPEAKER: This is your audience.
MALE SPEAKER: OK.
FEMALE SPEAKER: I'm like half naked under this.
Want to see?
MALE SPEAKER: No.
FEMALE SPEAKER: God, do we actually have to tape it down?
FEMALE SPEAKER: Even if I am a little nervous, as soon as the
song starts, like, I'm in it.
MARINA: I really like a push up bra, huge.
[MUSIC PLAYING]