It’s movie scores week on Dancing with the Stars! That means a new reason for ridiculous costumes, and more awkward singing for the DWTS band. How did the celebrities do? And how will it affect your Fantasy DWTS league? Let’s take a look:

First up, Chynna Phillips and Tony Dovolani dance the Tango to the theme from Mission Impossible. Chynna appears to be losing it in rehearsals, and her personality seems awkward and strange as she announces she’s had an “epiphany” … she’s supposed to dance well this week. She doesn’t. Maybe Tony’s opening roof drop threw her off, but Chynna got so rattled by a few early mistakes that she mentally takes herself out of the dance. Attempting to be a femme fatale, Chynna may have delivered a fatal blow to her own DWTS hopes. She receives a charitable 21 and will need some sympathy votes to stay alive.

Next up, David Arquette and Kym Johnson dance a Paso Doble to the theme from Raiders of the Lost Arc. David does a somewhat decent impression of a dancing Indiana Jones that wins over both the crowd and ex-wife Courteney Cox. Judges Carrie Ann Inaba and Bruno Tonioli love his swinging entrance and cracking whip, but Len Goodman calls it “Temple of Doom” and criticizes his stomping feet. The judges score it a surprisingly low 23.

Carson Kressley and Anna Trebunskaya dance a Viennese Waltz to “The Black Pearl” from Pirates of the Carribbean. Carson takes over the rehearsals, as he always does, cracking one joke after another, while fawning over his male sword fighting instructor. But Len isn’t fawning over the couple’s goofy dance in goofy pirate costumes. Carson looks more like he’s doing a silly caricature of a dance rather than an actual waltz. The judges give him a 20, the lowest score of the night, but the crowd is so enchanted by Carson that it may not matter.

Nancy Grace and her partner Tristan MacManus decide to dance a Paso Doble to “Flash’s Theme” by Queen, from the movie Flash Gordon. Unfortunately, due to an issue with my Time Warner Cable DVR, I missed the rehearsals and the explanation behind this awkward choice. Also unfortunately, the DVR worked in time for me to see the couple dance. With his red coat, Tristan resembled a matador in a bull fighting ring and Nancy resembled the bull. With her slow thunderous movements, she appeared ready to charge the crowd at any second. A dance that was hardly “grace”-ful (pardon the pun) received a measly 21 from the judges. It’s low enough to put Nancy on the chopping block for elimination, but she may have enough of a following to survive.

Hope Solo and Maksim Chmerovskiy go with a Foxtrot to Randy Newman’s “You’ve Got a Friend in Me” from Toy Story. In practice, Hope clashes with Maks as she insists on working hard to improve her shortcomings. Maks doesn’t want to waste time on moves she’s struggling with, a rare moment when the celebrity has a stronger work ethic than the dancer. Despite the awkward song choice, the pair do a charming, yet simple Foxtrot. Maybe they should have worked harder on something more audacious, Maks! Len scolds Hope, saying she has the talent to win the competition, but the couple doesn’t seem committed enough. The judges combine to give her a respectable 24.

There’s plenty of Rob Kardashian on TV tonight as his DWTS performance went up against his sister’s wedding on E!. With any other dancer, Rob might have been eliminated already, but Cheryl Burke is clearly getting the best out of the reputed slacker. Dancing a Paso Doble to the Superman theme, Rob is definitely more Clark Kent than Man of Steel. His movements seem a little jerky and heavy, and Len compares him to a waiter. But overall, they like him enough to score Rob a 24.

Next up, Ricki Lake and Derek Hough dance a Tango to the theme from Psycho, and the result is awesome. They look almost like professionals and the song suits the dance perfectly. Len nitpicks and gives them a 9, but Bruno and Carrie-Ann provide the first 10s of the season, and the couple receives a 29. Forget about this week. This competition is Ricki Lake’s to lose.

Chaz Bono and Lacey Schwimmer dance a Paso Doble to the theme from Rocky. In practice, Lacey brings in Richard Simmons to help Chaz work around his knee problems and endurance issues. As is normally the case when Lacey Schwimmer dances, I have trouble taking my eyes off of her, so I’m not 100% sure of what Chaz did. It mostly seemed like he was bumbling around until he challenged his marginal cardiovascular strength by running up the stairs in Rocky-like fashion. Cher is in attendance and gives her kid a standing ovation. The judges praise his Rocky-esque courage before giving him a 21. Obviously one of the lowest scores of the night, but with Cher’s endorsement is sure to keep Chaz around for at least another week.

Finally J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff dance the Foxtrot to The Pink Panther theme. J.R.’s personality continues to shine through a smooth and fun performance. Though not overly exceptional, it’s clearly the second-best dance of the night. The judges score it a 26, with Carrie-Ann being oddly critical. If anyone can beat Ricki Lake, then it’s J.R. Martinez. The rest of the celebrities are in a tier below those two.

So who’s going home? Carson has survived low scores before, and he’s sure to get enough votes to stay alive. The same goes for Chaz. That leaves both Chynna and Nancy in trouble after 21s. Chynna may receive enough sympathy votes to stay alive though and Nancy has quite a following herself. The last two eliminations have come from the middle of the pack, and if there’s one middle-of-the-pack dancer in trouble this week, I’d bet it’s Hope. Her performance flew under the radar and her demographic doesn’t really watch the show. I’m splitting my points between Hope, Chynna and Nancy.