Crews showed off his softer side with Vanessa Carlton's "A Thousand Miles." Though he began by serenading the audience at the piano, the Brooklyn Nine-Nine star soon couldn't resist taking off his shirt and busting out some modern dance moves.
Tyson went in a completely different direction for his first routine, rocking out to Salt-N-Pepa's "Push It." Tyson attempted to make up for the fact that he clearly didn't remember any of the words with his manic thrashing, black leggings and uncomfortable sexual innuendo.
"If I pass gas, maybe there'll be an explosion," Tyson said when all was said and done.
The former boxer changed into a turtleneck and impossibly tight khaki pants for "(I Can't Get No) Satisfaction" and proved he is able to remember some lyrics. He also put his crotch right in the faces of many audience members and thrashed around some more. It was weird.
Crews followed this up with some old-school hip-hop and absolutely slayed Run-D.M.C.'s "Sucker MC."
This episode was no contest. Terry Crews FTW.