Victoria also tells her mom that she misses kissing her on the cheek and she misses their country cooking together. Who says “country cooking” in a conversation like that? Wouldn’t you just say I miss cooking with you? Sounds totally scripted to me.
The next day, the girls get a surprise visit.
Hey, P’Trique! Where ya been?
I must say that I’ve been wondering what happened to P’Trique. I missed her. P’Trique is sweet and gentle and kind. She would be such a better spokesperson for the social media scores than the little putrid puss particle that is Brianboy.
I am a little alarmed at how easily P’Trique sneaks into their house. Has no one taught these girls to lock their doors? Also, the scene magically turns to night as the girls race up the stairs to see P’Trique and pass windows clearly showing it’s dark outside.
I guess after receiving a Harvard certificate,
one can manipulate time and think
horrible photos make good t-shirts.
Poor P’Trique. I wish she could take over Brianboy’s job.
Then she wouldn’t have to humiliate herself
with these ridiculous messages.
We interrupt this regularly scheduled recap to take bring you a moment of art appreciation.
Oh yeah… FSU, baby!
So the girls head out to their photo shoot and arrive at some train tracks to meet Johnny Wujek and their photographer, Mike Ruiz, who looks more like a teamster than a photographer. The girls are going to be doing steam punk today and Mike warns them that they will have a very tempermental partner in their photos. Yvonne, our new class valedictorian knows right away it will be some kind of animal. Laura’s thinking they will have to work with a horse or a snake. Nastasia suspects it will be a lion because she’s pretty sure they are trying to kill the girls.
Could this be another dissenting voice in the future?
As the girls are getting their hair and makeup done, they are all wondering what kind of animal they will be working with. Kristin tells Johnny she could handle anything except a bird or a monkey.
This is gonna be fun.
Mike the teamster calls the girls together to introduce them to their co-star. It’s an owl. Johnny carries it out and warns them not to speak too loud. He says the claws and beak are sharp, so keep it a good arms distance from their faces. He warns that the bird is temperamental and they don’t know what’s going to happen.
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