Navy reservist Sean Spicer may have earned his best score yet on "Dancing With the Stars," but his voters didn't show up this week and Spicer landed in the bottom two. There was zero suspense as the judges finally got their chance to whack him.
It's hard to figure. Maybe his usual supporters were out enjoying their free Veterans Day meal at Applebee's. Sean was beginning to seem like a lock for the finals, and now he's gone before next week's semifinal.
President Donald Trump proved himself the anti-Yoda in his aftershow tweet.
Sean's professional dancing partner Lindsay Arnold was still out this week dealing with family issues, and Jenna Johnson once again filled in for her. It was Boy Band & Girl Group night and the couple opened with an Argentine Tango to "Bills, Bills, Bills" by Destiny's Child.
Judges were not impressed. "Don't cry for Sean, Argentina," said Bruno Tonioli, twisting the knife by saying it was "more an Argentine straggle." Len Goodman was even more vicious. "The best thing about it, it wasn't very long. It was just a series of walking about. Nah, I cannot even comment on it."
They later danced a foxtrot set to "Story of My Life" by One Direction.
At this point, the judges were so exhausted that they couldn't even come up with any memorable sassy comments to accompany their low score.
So, what happens to the 'DWTS' ratings next week when Sean's not on the show? Did his appearance on the show get new viewers hooked on the competition? The answer here is a definite no. Sorry ABC: No Sean, no 'Dancing' here.