Monday, October 2 kicked off guilty pleasures week on "Dancing With the Stars" (DWTS). The show gave some reflection on the mass shooting tragedy in Las Vegas, but ultimately it didn't slow anyone down. There definitely some good moments, and there were definitely terrible moments. Here's a ranking of the performances, saving the best for last.

The absolute worst

Sasha Pieterse and Gleb Savchenko had the worst moment of the night. Pieterse's Guilty Pleasure was baking, but the jazz routine didn't show off her dancing abilities at all. The poorly constructed dance put them at the very bottom, ending up with a 19.

The bad

Nikki Bella and Artem Chigvinstev performed a rather awkward Viennese Waltz. It was supposed to be themed "50 Shades of Grey," but the two couldn't pull it off. Although John Cena liked the performance, the two were only given a score of 21. Derek Fisher gave a Will Smith impersonation during his Cha Cha with Sharna Burgess, displaying his guilty pleasure of watching "The Fresh Prince of Belair." Although Fisher has improved, he scored a 21 as well.

There were a few other couples that received a score of 21 as well. Frankie Muniz and Witney Carson received this score for their samba. Others who received the score were Terrell Owens and Cheryl Burke, as well as Nick Lachey and Peta Murgatroyd.

None of these performances were able to wow anyone, so we're hoping they clean up their acts.

It gets better

Despite all of the low scores, there were several good acts of the night. Drew Scott and Emma Slater performed an amazing Argentine Tango. The dance won over the judges, earning them a score of 23. Vanessa Lachey and Alan Bersten also received a score of 23, almost nailing their jazz routine.

Victoria Arlen and Val Chmerkovskiy performed a quickstep that wasn't all that quick- but was still impressive since Arlen has no feeling in her legs. Arlen's guilty pleasure is the song “Tubthumping” by Chumbawamba. She says that the song helped her get through high school while she was being bullied for being in a wheelchair.

Despite her good performance, they only received a score of 22.

The best performances of the night

Jordan Fisher's guilty pleasure is comic books. He and Lindsay Arnold went with a superhero-themed Charleston for their dance. Although very good and impressive, there wasn't much Charleston content. The couple received a score of 25 for their performance.

Lindsey Stirling and Mark Ballas blew everyone away. Although Stirling is dealing with a very hard break up, she did an amazing job on stage. They performed a pajama-themed jive since Stirling's guilty pleasure is hanging out in her pajamas all day. It was very energetic and considered to be the dance of the season so far. The couple scored a 27 for their amazing routine.

There was no elimination this week, but we'll see what happens on Monday. Hopefully, we'll get some very amazing performances!