Last night, Dancing With the Stars went full Disney. Unfortunately there was no Fox and the Hound contemporary dance, but they did make time for Ariel to shake her mermaid-shell bra around for the kiddies. So we've ranked all the Disney dances from best to worst!
Bill Nye, who tore 80% of his quadricep last week, was told not to participate in last night's Dancing with the Stars. But he did anyway, performing a Daft Punk-inspired robot dance with Tyne Stecklein that required him to move his injured leg as little as possible. The duo won't be returning, but they left the stage…
As prophesied, Bill Nye the Science Guy had his inaugural dance on Dancing with the Stars, a chacha set to — what else? — the Weird Science theme, inside a mad scientist's laboratory. Nye was somehow surprisingly good but totally awkward at the same time, but he didn't get booted off, so the experiment will continue…
When you have a chance to hijack a live CNN broadcast about the Steve Jobs biography, what would you say? What would you do? Would you pimp your favorite Dancing with the Stars contestant? Would you scream his name so he could get more votes? That's exactly what this freaking idiot did.
What TV show is going to be the new Lost? People keep asking. But the sad fact is, it may take a few years before we see anything like the island-castaway show again. Real-life spoilers ahead.
Oh, Woz. Last night on Dancing with the Stars, our injured hero took to the stage to perform a samba, despite his pulled hamstring and fractured foot. The judges were not impressed.
MAN DOWN! There's no conclusive data to go along with this photo of Woz leaving a hospital with a leg brace. But let me offer some theories. UPDATED WITH DATA
And so it has come to pass: Steve Wozniak, gussied up and smiling like maniac, danced on national television. For like a minute and a half! Here's how it went:
Oh, Woz. I want to tease you, but deep down I've got to respect you for doing whatever the hell you want and not caring what anybody thinks. Dance your heart out, Woz.