Beth tells us that she’s a single parent and pageants are very expensive. The last pageant she did “broke her bank” at over $650. And all I could think of is although you don’t want to be throwing $650 around, if spending that on a pageant is going to break your bank, perhaps you should find a different hobby. That is truly not a lot to spend on pageants as we know well, and $650 could fix a car, pay for healthcare or even groceries. I mean, wow. That is not a lot of money to break the bank and if it did, Beth, you should have saved it instead.
Beth shows us how clueless she really is by saying spending the money they did on a new gown was worth it (she doesn’t say how much, but if she paid a lot she got screwed) and that Elesha is going to blow everyone away with her gown. She says it’s because the gown will make her stand out. Yeah, just not in the way you’re hoping.
Over in Bridge City, Texas, we re-meet Daisy, 8, and her mom April. We met them a few episodes ago, and Daisy is actually an adorable kid. April says Daisy is going to “plunder” the competition. Okay, who is responsible for making the moms say this stuff? Because it’s starting to sound like sorority hazing.
She’s naturally beautiful so suck on that, competition!
Daisy is known for her dancing and she tells us she’s been winning ultimate grand supreme all over Texas. She shows us her Michael Booth-designed dress and it’s really beautiful. It ought to be for what they spent on it – $3000 – more than April’s wedding dress. But you can wear wedding dresses more than once, right?
Everyone has a baby who looks just like them
(hey, I once won a lookalike contest with one of my dogs, no lie).
Over in Monroe, Louisiana, we meet the brat of the episode, the unfortunately named Paetynn, 4, who spends most of her time screaming and crying. Mom Broughnman (get a grip, mothers of the world!) says that Paetynn is a handful, “But it’s a handful of blessings.” My ass those are blessings.
Thank God the pictures don’t actually make noise.
Ptynn is scribbling on her walls with markers (maybe it’s the kind you can wipe off, but I think these set a bad precedent) and when B-man says stop, she won’t. Ptynn says she’s an “artist.” Only if you are working in poo. Also, did anyone else think she seemed younger than 4? I would have pegged her at 2-3 given the way she acts.
What is not a blessing is what that barrette is doing to your hair.
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