Am I the only one that walks around their house screaming, “If you fall again, I will replace you”? Because I find myself saying it to my dogs and daughter… a lot.
This week on Cheer Perfection, Alisha starts by explaining what a stunt is, since we haven’t seen a good one yet. Olivia is having some problems because she’s a new flyer and breaks down a little during practice. Mandy interviews that Olivia feels the pressure of staying up because even if it’s not the flyer’s fault, it always looks like it’s their fault. She says she’ll make sure to do everything she can to make it right. And I believe her. If she was my nurse, I’d probably give myself an IV out of fear.
She fell, so I must replace her.
Please don’t replace me.
I’m totally replacing you.
RD and Alisha are in their office and Alisha reminds him that this upcoming weekend is the fundraiser for the children’s hospital. RD is a little bit annoyed that Alisha forgot about it and she asks him if he’s done anything. He interviews that Alisha is organized at some things, but that the rest of her life is ultimate chaos. He asks her if she needs him to do anything and she says no because he won’t do it right, but then she voiceovers that Shannon will be doing it.
Hey! When are you going to get me another huge Sonic drink?
I think you’ve already had plenty to drink.
If you pee on the rug again, I will replace you.
She totally peed again.
Later, at Alisha’s house, Shannon is sitting on her couch with pen and pad in hand while Alisha clarifies what she wants for the fundraiser. Shannon interviews that she usually has more than 5 days to plan a fundraiser. Alisha defends the lack of planning by telling Shannon that she thought about the fundraiser, and then forgot about it. Great. Nice attitude. What if that’s what Sally Struthers did? Think of all those starving kids in other parts of the world that would still be waiting for some friggin’ food. Alisha doesn’t want much… a face painter, bouncer, dunking booth, cotton candy, and a cheer-off. The cheer-off will be a short cheer and they will see who can do it the longest. Alisha thinks the parents should do it too. Apparently the parents like to eat donuts every morning and Alisha says maybe they could use the exercise. Shannon says that she doesn’t want to be the one to tell Ann that. I will. Hey, Kool-Aid, you should ease up on the donuts!!!
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