It was more a drunken evening in Paso Robles than a paso doble.
But Bill Nye somehow conjured an image that will long stay in many minds. For, on Monday's "Dancing With The Stars," he channeled Beethoven.
That would be Beethoven dancing the paso doble.
This may not have been something that has ever been tried in the cosmos before. It should never be attempted again.
He began at the piano, disconcertoed. He ended with a freakish forte: on his knees, his bewigged head sunken into the lissom lap of partner Tyne Stecklein.
In between, what he lacked in physical control, he gained in physical momentum. What he lacked in swerve, he gained in verve.… Read more