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Two unusual routines were the contemporary ballet duet by Jacque LeWarne and Chehon Wespi-Tshopp, the Season 9 winner. The ballet had Travis Wall’s fingerprints all over it, and Jacque and Chehon did a beautiful job of it. I really liked the way the dance included the dancers’ shadows playing across the walls. Nigel just said, “Wow!” and Tara called it “flawless.” But Jacque was in the bottom two girls. The second routine that was a bit different was a rock-a-billy piece by Ricky Ubeda and Lauren Froderman, the Season 7 winner. Nigel summed it up nicely. “Everybody’s raising their game, including you,” he told Ricky. “It looked simple but it was really tough.” When Cat said Ricky was safe, Nigel laughingly said, “How shocking.”.

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Schroeder’s Block Party and Oktoberfest: Friday, Sept. 21. This historic San Francisco venue –it’s believed to be the oldest German restaurant on the West Coast — will celebrate its 125th anniversary with a party that will shut down Front Street from 3 to 8 p.m.; after that the festivities move inside. Live music plus costume, sausage eating contests and more. Admission is free but limited to those age 21 and older. After this kickoff event, Schroeder’s will host Oktoberfest celebrations inside every Saturday from Sept. 22 to Oct. 27, with music from Polkalicious, Joe Smiell and Schwabenland. 240 Front St.; www.schroederssf.com.

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“Mr. Mercedes” (10 p.m., AT&T Audience Network): Hodges is rattled by the unexpected death of a hospital staff member. Jerome offers much needed help in Hodges’s quest to uncover the truth. Brady works to master the limitations of his newfound ability. Already struggling to cope, Lou suffers additional setbacks. “Hold the Sunset” (Brit Box): John Cleese, of “Monty Python” and “Fawlty Towers” fame stars in his first TV series in nearly 40 years. This original comedy centers on a widow (Alison Steadman, “Orphan Black”) who finally gives into the advances of her old flame (Cleese), only to have her adult son (Jason Watkins, “The Crown”) derail their plans when he shows up at her door to announce that he’s left his job, wife, and kids and is moving back home in search of true happiness. Joanna Scanlan (“Getting On”) co-stars.