I ain’t gonna fit in there.
Alisha has the money bags and she and Shannon are looking for Ann so she can work at the dunking booth. Ann is no where to be found. Oh wait… here she comes… it seems Ann found a place to buy fried cheese sticks and she waddles over with her drink and tray to get her money bag, sit at her booth, and drench her cheese sticks in ranch dressing before shoving them down her gullet.
Tiger paw? Or four black apples on a black hill?
Because plain cheese sticks aren’t fattening enough.
It’s time for the cheer-off. There will be a parent winner and a kid winner. Whoever can do the cheer the longest. Shannon is in charge of deciding when a person is kicked out for messing up the cheer or quitting. Michelle just cares about beating Ann.
Andrea’s husband is out first. I guess they didn’t need him to do the worm after all. Bonnie is close behind him. After about 35 minutes (color me impressed), the parents’ numbers are dwindling and Michelle and Ann are going head to head. Shannon calls Ann out, but Ann doesn’t know why and starts griping that she was robbed of the crown. Michelle gets the parent crown and she’s happy that she “lasted longer than Ann did”. (That’s probably what Ann’s husband never says.) Shannon calls Kylie out and Kylie starts to cry. Ann tells her that she got the boot for no reason too, so they go sulk together. Andrea interviews that Shannon shouldn’t be a judge because she makes kids cry. Shannon says that at some point she and Alisha had to start calling kids out because it was taking forever. She goes on to basically say that Kylie and Ann are spoiled and think it’s okay to cry anytime they don’t get what they want.
Proof that Ann WAS off in the cheer.
Ann kvetching that she wasn’t wrong, everyone else was.
If you ain’t first, you’re last!
WTF, mom! You promised I’d win.
It gets down to two girls and they’re still doing friggin’ back handsprings (Bonnie was silently dying), and finally one of them messes up and the redhead wins. She gets a crown (and a sunburn).
Please don’t hug me, I have third degree burns. I need to go to the children’s hospital.
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