Who got the boot on Dancing with the Stars, and who lived to dance another week after some good, bad and ugly Vegas Week performances?
As always, it came down to the wire as the contenders are starting to distance themselves from the pretenders of the Season 24 crew.
Not going home? Heather Morris, the former Glee star and Beyonce backup dancer who has critics saying Dancing with the Stars is rigged.
It's not, but she is quite good.
With per partner Maksim Chmerkovskiy out at least a week due to an injury, she and sub Alan Burston did not miss a beat on Monday.
The two performed a tango to Britney Spears' "Toxic," which had the judges (and those who remember the classic music video) floored.
Heather and Alan earned a 33 out of 40, tying them with Nancy Kerrigan and Artem Chigvintsev, who performed a samba to Ricky Martin.
Kerrigan is breaking a leg, but only in the figurative sense, so far; Nick Viall, on the other hand, has yet to find a post-Bachelor groove.
Nick and Peta Murgatroyd struggled in rehearsals, and while the judges offered some kind comments, their score was a modest 26.
Tying that total were Bonner Bolton and Sharna Burgess, who went down faster than his hand on her waist during the infamous premiere.
They were tied with Simone Biles last week, so falling back into a tie with Nick and Erika Jayne, who also scored a 26, was not ideal.
At the very bottom of the scoreboard, though, were two other celeb couples: Mr. T and Kym Herjavec, along with Charo and Keo Motsepe.
Mr. T's foxtrot was a hit, but not a scoring hit, and while Charo threatened to quit last week, she may get her wish as both scored 24.
Last to dance Monday night?
Normani Kordei and Valentin Chmerkovskiy, whose foxtrot earned them two 8s and two 9s, and sole possession of first place with 34.
Rashad Jennings and Emma Slater, David Ross and Lindsay Arnold, and Simone Biles and Sasha Farbery, all performed solid routines.
Solid, but not great, landing them in the middle of the pack. Simone, in particular, struggled to bring the personality to match her athleticism.
All of the above were safe on this evening, as the bottom of the group who you would expect to be sweating it out sure as heck was.
The two couples in jeopardy:
Charo and Keo , along with Nick and Peta. No Bachelor star has ever gone home this fast (Melissa Rycroft is the only one to win it).
History was on Nick's side, it turned out.
As it turned out, Charo and Keo were the ones eliminated from Dancing with the Stars, which prompted this interesting quote from her:
"Bruno, I'll see you in the parking lot!"
Okay then ... Bruno, you want to give me low scores and kick me off the show bruh? Then you can cash me ousside, how bow dah?