Dancers begin to feel the burn of the competition and tire during practice.
One of the dancers is injured and faced with the question to dance or drop out.
The judges give their opinions. Cody and Nick receive positive responses.
The R&B star recalls how he made it by playing with 3/5ths of a drum set.
Miguel talks about the struggles of finding the right fit.
The "Call Me Maybe" star reveals how she made it from a hometown talent show to the top of the charts.
Carly Rae Jepsen recalls the first time her mother heard her music on the radio.
The opening and possibly most coherent scene, Anna Karina, the recently-ex wife of director Jean-Luc Godard, as Paula, referring to the lover whose death she'll be investigating, visited by Uncle Edgar (Ernest Menzer), in the Hollywood-worshipping quasi-mystery Made In U.S.A., 1966.
More in the bar scene, as it emerges that the girl in the back is pop songstress Marianne Faithfull, offering her first hit, co-written by her Rolling Stone not-yet boyfriend Mick Jagger, heroine Paula (Anna Karina) among the listeners, in Jean-Luc Godard's Made In U.S.A., 1966.
Paula (Anna Karina, the director's recent-ex wife) proceeding through the heath club, where everyone being paged is a Hollywood name, meets the doctor (Roger Scipion) who examined the deceased boyfriend whose death she's investigating, in Jean-Luc Godard's Made In U.S.A., 1967.
From an almost 7-minute take by Jean-Luc Godard, his wife Anna Karina as Paula, with Marc Dudicourt and Remo Forlani, replaced by Richard Widmark and Donald Siegel (Laszlo Szabo, Jean-Pierre Leaud), who've been tailing her, in the off-center Hollywood tribute Made In U.S.A., 1966.
Carly Rae Jepsen chronicles how making the most of every career opportunity helped her become a pop sensation, and Miguel shares how hard work and heartache allowed him to break into the R&B spotlight.
Vince Vaughn hosts Saturday Night Live with musical guest Miguel.
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