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Shrill says that her daughter is the only one who’s never been on top of the pyramid and she would like that to change this year. On the other hand, her daughter did get to dance in front of an empty auditorium during a Harlem Globetrotters game so what’s a little cheap pyramid popularity when you have that.
Jabby tells the girls that she would prefer to have people from her studio on the team, but if she can’t, she hopes the new girls are 10,000 times better than Paige and Brooke.
It’s audition day and millions of people have shown up. Jabby says she was planning the aud for weeks (so she must have known P and B were not coming back, right?).
Anyway, Jabby says she’s blown away by all the talent and she’s looking for someone who fits in with the group.
Shrill says it’s interesting sitting in the viewing room watching all the moms, because it’s like they’re auditioning too. She says some of the moms are crazy.
Speaking of cray cray, Leslie is back!
Some random woman asks her why she left her kids in L.A. without a ride. (By the way, Melissa is sitting in the middle of them and jumps up like she’s on fire. LOL.) Leslie immediately gets nasty and says it was because she felt like it, and she doesn’t have to answer to the random woman. RW says Leslie is the rudest woman she knows. Leslie starts to say no one even asked her to pick them up and RW interrupts to say that Leslie was chaperoning. Leslie says, “you’re a nobody. Why are you even here?” RW says she would not abandon eight kids in L.A.
All the other moms are sitting there like “WTF?”, as am I, because I have no idea what they are talking about or what this has to do with anything. Then some woman in yellow starts screaming and Leslie yells at her to go drive her “fat bus”??? (I couldn’t understand her, and I rewound it at least five times.)
So whatever that whole scene was about, we never see or hear from any of these women for the rest of the episode. It’s like they needed filler to make this episode ninety minutes or something.
Meanwhile, our moms are expressing their concerns about the auditions. Holly says there’s enough talent to replace everyone on the team and everyone is wondering if Jabby won’t just replace everyone. Melissa is worried that all the auditioners are “six or eight” inches taller than their girls and if picked, will always get the featured roles.