Monday's episode of Dancing with the Stars came with a whip, a star-studded audience and plenty of tears.
And it wasn't even the results show.
From David Arquette's paso doble to Cher's standing ovation for Chaz Bono, viewers were treated with nine entertaining performances, as the stars danced to scores from films like Pink Panther, Mission: Impossible and Toy Story.
Here are the top five moments from week four of Dancing with the Stars. The results show, complete with votes from viewers at home, airs on ABC on Tuesday night.
1) Cher cried and tweeted about it. Proud mother Cher sat in the audience and watched Chaz Bono strut his stuff to the Rocky theme song. When the performance was over, all cameras pointed to the 65-year-old diva, who gave her son a standing ovation and tried her best to hold back the tears.
OMG! I WAS CRYING! WASNT EXPECTING 2 B SO NERVOUS ! BROKE MY BRACELET CLAPPING! IM SO PROUD!! CHAZ WAS GREAT! LOVED DAVID ARQUETTE 2nd, Cher wrote on Twitter after the show.
2) David Arquette's flying entrance. The Scream actor made quite the stage entrance, as partner Kym Johnson waited behind a cage apparatus for their paso doble to the theme from Raiders of the Lost Ark. Arquette even cracked the whip before rescuing his dance partner from danger.
[You're] like an action hero, tight muscles and tight pants, ready to take us on a wild ride, judge Bruno Tonoili told Arquette.
3) Ricki Lake's Psycho dance tops scoreboard. The former talk-show host and her partner Derek Hough wowed the crowd for the second week in a row with a tango, as the theme song from Psycho played in the background. The pair, draped in slick black costumes, even toyed with the suspense theme and acted out a murder scene (in shadow form) at the end of their number. Lake and Hough go into Tuesday's results show with the highest score of 29, just three points ahead of J.R. Martinez and Karina Smirnoff.
4) Nancy Grace covered up. Unlike the alleged wardrobe malfunction from two weeks ago (which the HLN host denied happened), Nancy Grace covered up in a black and gold dress for the paso doble with Tristan MacManus. The 51-year-old got the judges all riled up, with Carrie Ann Inaba giving Grace credit for being one of the older contests. But Len Goodman had other thoughts.
I can't get excited because it's not exciting. No real performance, lacked expression. It was OK but I can't get excited about it, he said.
5) Donny Osmond and Dr. Phil. The unlikely pair sat together in the star-studded audience, which also included Courtney Cox and daughter Coco. DWTS fans know that in 2009, Donny Osmond took home the show's top prize with Kym Johnson (who is paired with Arquette this season). As for Dr. Phil, he is scheduled to tape a show with the cast on Wednesday, as announced on his Web site.