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Now we see Ari preparing to interview Amanda, Amber and Shayla. Amanda arrives first.
Commercial. Did anyone see Cheer Perfection on TLC on Wednesday after Toddlers and Tiaras? It was not only unpleasant – without exception, the moms were wholly unlikeable and the kids weren’t that much better – but boring. Some of the kids/moms have appeared on Toddlers and Tiaras, including Torann, who was bad enough on T&T but has sunk to a new low on Cheer Perfection – she let another child deliberately fall during a cheer stunt. When the coach challenged Torann, little miss psychopath said nothing. What a horrid little girl, jeopardizing someone’s health – even life – out of pique that she wasn’t on the top of the pyramid. So with that, the unlikeable moms and the huge boredom factor, if they turn Cheer Perfection into a series, I won’t be watching. From what I saw on Twitter last night, no one else will either. So if you see this on your local schedule, don’t bother.
We’re back to Ari who queries “who wouldn’t want to be me?” I, for one. Moving on, Ari already has a kid but is getting married and needs help planning the wedding. Which is not, I point out, a nanny’s job. These women want PAs, not nannies. (We find out later Ari already has a PA). Ari’s house is in Malibu and she says she has 3 horses. She asks Amanda if she rides and Amanda says no but she likes animals. At Amanda’s question, Ari says her fiance was the best man at her first wedding. Isn’t the best man usually the groom’s best friend? So . . . who’s the best man at wedding #2, groom #1? AWK-ward!
Next is Amber, who is late. For that alone I wouldn’t hire her. Ari is irritated and is doing the passive aggressive thing. She must be a joy to live with. Amber says she worked with a “celebrity family” last year. She says she’s an animal lover and vegetarian. HEY, do I have a job for you! Run on over to Vegan House! Ari asks Amber to pick up dog sh-t and Amber does. That’s some kind of test, apparently. I gather Ari’s love of animals doesn’t extend to actually training them.
Now here comes Shayla, who’s worked for “high profile” clients “helping raise their kids”. When Ari mentions travel, Shayla says she has a slate of classes that can’t be changed. And right there, we see her prospects disappear like a puff of smoke.
Amanda thinks she has the job. So do I. But will it turn out that way?
Commercial. So what else happened during our break? The TomKat divorce! Here’s what I want to say. First, Tom can believe any religion he wants. Second, he’s never said a word about anyone he’s been involved with. That’s class. Third, I suspect his wish to settle this is far less about Scientology and far more about sparing his family, especially Suri, from what would likely be a nasty fight. Just IMO but I have a pretty good opinion of Tom. I like Katie, too, but the whole “Tom will kidnap Suri” thing was just ridiculous on its face. So good luck to both of them. I actually mean that.
We’re back at the Margolis house, and see Kristin putting the kids to bed – at 9. 9?!? Kids aren’t supposed to be up after 7! 8 at the very latest. Bad nanny! Then we see Kristin looking pensive. Oh, that must’ve been the “Kristin is deep” scene. HAHAHAHAH