September 24, 2013 07:15 AM by Stephanie Gustafson
Bill Nye disappointed last week with his less-than-impressive debut on Dancing With The Stars. For week two, Bill and dedicated partner Tyne decided to go the humorous route once again — also amping up the difficulty with some exciting paso doble choreography! Was it enough to keep fans satisfied?
After his disappointing cha cha on the premiere of Dancing With The Stars, we began to worry that Bill Nye would be the new Steve Wozniak — a lovable dork and a terrible dancer. While he remains the most lovable of dorks after his second week, Bill returned full of fight. And we’re surprised to see that he actually holds some potential!
Bill’s second dance? A ferocious paso doble, set to the tune of Beethoven’s 5th. Once again decked out in a crazy costume, Bill played the part of passionate conductor to a T, beginning and ending the performance at a grand piano. Yes, the number once again was a bit light on paso choreography, and yes, Bill still looked a bit, well, gangly…but all in all, he exhibited the improvement fans love to see on Dancing With The Stars. He even received a compliment from Len Goodman, who, after commenting on the lack of some technical elements, added that he enjoyed “the commitment, the fun, and the fact that you’re on this show.”
We’ll have yet another chance to witness Bill Nye’s dance learning curve next week. Not only did he survive the first elimination, America’s favorite scientist wasn’t even in the danger zone! With such strong support, we have the feeling Bill could completely blow his next several performances and still remain in the running.
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