"Every outfit she's put on, I want to wear to the club," Jones' said of Virtue's wardrobe.
"When I watch her, sometimes I can feel like, my hair growing," Rippon marveled.
As the repartee continued, Jones' noted: "She just makes me feel like a woman."
The skaters' moves were sultry, prompting Jones to quip: "Are they dating? Yeah, they date. There's no way you can do that together and not date. They've done kissed each other at least once." Indeed, Virtue and Moir's routine has prompted a surge of speculation surrounding their romantic situation, with, uh, even some erotic fan-fic springing up in the wake of their performance.
Despite taking part in some scintillating commentary, Rippon recently declined NBC's offer to become an Olympics correspondent for the duration of the Games. With the competition behind him after helping the USA clinch bronze in the team figure skating event, we will have to remain content with memories of Rippon's interviews and tweets, such as this timeless classic: