Study Guide

Dirty Dancing Scene 3

Scene 3

Scene 3

  • At dinner, Kellerman introduces the Houseman family to their waiter, Robbie Gould, who allegedly attends Yale medical school. But can he top off water glasses in a timely fashion?
  • Robbie flirts with Baby's sister at dinner.
  • Kellerman introduces the table to his grandson Neil, who dances with Baby after dinner.
  • The old lady was a better dancer.
  • After a tap dance from Tito Suarez, the night's entertainment, Johnny and his flashy partner, Penny, put on a real dance show.
  • Neil wants to mambo, but all eyes are on Johnny.
  • Neil accuses them of "showing off," but Baby seems quite impressed.
  • Grouchy old Kellerman scowls at Johnny during the dance. Why is the old guy so bitter? Did he not get a ticket to Hollywood when he auditioned for So You Think You Can Dance?
  • He orders them to stop their impressive routine and dance with the guests instead.
  • Neil has to leave the dance to organize some entertainment, and Baby's dad tells her to go along with him. She'd rather be dancing.

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