In this chapter, the young narrator tries to learn a new dance that has recently been popular. He's worried that he'll have to wait outside for an hour before he can learn it, but he's determined to learn the dance himself. He tries to get the judge to open the door to him, but the judge is busy playing the fiddle. The young narrator asks the judge if he can help him put down a package that he just received. The judge opens the door and tells the narrator that he can continue learning the dance by himself, but that he should be careful not to put too much "pressure" on himself. The narrator is impressed by the dancing moves of the judge, who is doing a live stream of his performance. He thinks that the dance moves are so good that he would be a better husband if he were to marry the judge. He also thinks that his dancing is so bad that no one would want to marry him, even if he was handsome. He realizes that he has been exposed, and the judge has been streaming his performance live. He doesn't think that everyone has seen him dancing, but rather that they're complimenting him. He says that he must be very embarrassed for dancing so badly.