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Back in Goose Creek, Mackenzie is practicing her Icon Wear with a new umbrella. Because Isotoner is the icon she’s emulating? They never really say.
The umbrella has a long handle and she takes out accessories on the coffee table, almost kills the cat and dog, and practically takes the eyes out of a smaller sibling. Other than that, she really does rock it up on the fake stage.
Snausage is slamming down candies as mom Sabrina tells us that Snausage loves pageants but she doesn’t like to practice. She tries to bribe her with toys at the store, but Snausage ain’t budging, probably because she can’t propel her own weight without the use of a winch.
Sabrina says that to get her to cooperate, they gradually increase the bribery. Great life lesson, MOM. They’ve bribed her with Chuck-E-Cheese, which is probably rethinking any buffets they might have, to a 32 inch flat-screen TV, although it’s in the living room so I don’t think it’s just hers as much as it belongs to the whole family.
Snausage finally does practice and she can barely put her fingers to her lips her arms are just that chubby. Sabrina says that luckily Snausage has perfect colored skin, so they keep her out of the sun so she doesn’t get dark. Or you could just use sunscreen. We see Snausage looking out the window sadly at her brothers playing ball, but let’s face it, that kid couldn’t get 10 steps without needing oxygen. Keeping her inside on a chaise lounge like a beached whale is less necessary and more just what happens.
Back in Goose Creek, here is a scene I had a bit of an issue with. Mackenzie is at school and during recess (I’m guessing) and she puts on a show for the little girls who are inside while the boys played outside, to teach the girls how to be a “true pageant princess.” Mackenzie is wearing a belly-baring outfit, sings and bounces, and tries to show the girls how to do the same. The teacher says this really helps the girls’ confidence.
Okay, I am sure all the girls’ parents had to sign waivers for this to happen and this seems a little scripted in that it was set up, so I’m not saying this just happened without some kind of supervision. But I sure as SHIT would not let my daughter sit in a classroom to see how some girl shakes it like she means it in a provocative-for-a-6-year-old costume while the boys get to play outside. Want to build a young girl’s confidence? Get her involved with SPORTS! OUTSIDE with the other kids. Was anyone else bothered by this?