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Now we go to Bitchette’s lair to meet her other two boys and her husband (whose name I don’t think we learned? Either way, who cares.)
Bitchette and Mr. Bitchette argue about whether he will take the other two boys (who look to be younger than Lucas) to Lucas’ competition or to a football game this weekend. The football game wins out and Bitchette says dance has been a huge sacrifice that takes up too much time and she knows people who have gotten divorced over it. I also think that Mr. Bitchette seems like kind of a dick, so maybe that’s why she is such an unpleasant person.
Sammy’s rehearsing her solo and it’s a big week because it’s the first time she’ll be dancing in the teen category. Abby says she’s excited to see how 12-year-old Sammy will do since she’ll be competing against 14- and 15-year-olds. Susan actually says she believes Sammy deserves to have a solo this week since she hasn’t had one in four weeks. Wow, that’s a sign of the apocalypse if I ever heard one. Meanwhile, the specter of Leo hangs over their heads even when she’s not around, because Abby interviews that she’s concerned because as the newest member of Stars, Sammy could also be the first to go.
No one is saying the obvious here. I think if anyone would be replaced it would be Hannah, don’t you? While she has improved greatly since the beginning, I still think she is still at a lower level than the other kids. But I guess they need us to believe that anyone could go on the chopping block at any moment. Whatevah, Lifetime. I don’t appreciate your ruse.
The group rehearsal is not going well. Angel says no one’s connecting because everyone is concerned about what Mia is doing. Hmm, I wonder why? He tells them that this is not a daycare, and if they don’t want to dance, they can leave. Victor snots screw them all, Mia is now doing a solo. He adds that if he’s going to bring Mia in for the week, he is going all out to do it “the whole nine yards.” Angel says that a dancer’s life is about being replaced – if someone better comes along, that’s it, you are fired. Oh, yeah, I totally believe they JUST decided to give Mia a solo. Also, what kind of dirt do Mia and Leo have on VictAng?
Mia’s “last minute” solo is called Superstar, which I’m sure just “suddenly” popped into VictAng’s heads.
Mayra goes into the moms’ lounge to break the news about Mia’s solo and the possible replacement of one dancer or, as she puts it, “exchange somebody for somebody.”
Bitchette says “there’s your ticket to trouble, ladies.” She can be her usual smug self, because her kid is a boy and therefore less likely to be exchanged for. Bob interviews that it’s NOT okay for Mia to come in and replace one of the kids at the last minute, and says to the moms that they should all go ask VictAng what their intentions are. Abby interviews that for the first time ever, she is on the same page with Bob. She says solos shouldn’t be taken away no matter who comes along. The enemy of my enemy is friend or something like that.
Leo asks the moms if they have a problem with Mia doing a solo and all of a sudden these bitches who scream at each other if one of them breaks a nail are acting like monks with their tongues cut out. Bob manages a weak, “no, we don’t have a problem as long as no one is replaced.”
Leo denies any responsibility for Mia’s solo, conveniently not mentioning the photos she has of VictAng in a threesome with Jabby Lee Miller. She tells the moms that they would grab the same opportunity if the situation were reversed. Abby tries to backpedal by saying she’s not blaming Leo, even though she’s totally blaming Leo. It’s kind of funny to see these women reduced to cowering piles of passive-aggression at the feet of this diminutive Famewhore Barbie.