The funniest thing is Mac tells him more crowning is coming and Loni leans forward and says, “He’s out. Be quiet,” and Mac looks totally shocked. Christian interviews he thought he would get a higher title and the money. “I don’t know what happened.” Really? We do.
I did not just see that happen.
Fax Machine continues to mesmerize with his CFL wattage brain power by saying, “I’ve never been to crowning. I’m sure even if they gave her something, like even a pack of saltines, it would be like great.” So basically your kid is as dumb as you are?
Yes, I am totally chloe-less.
Three kids in this group…Queen is…Chloe! Hand her the saltines and let’s move on.
Hey, what’s that, the floor?
Chloe looks like she has no idea where she is. Lana is thrilled given Chloe’s lack of experience, talent or brains. “Unbelievable. Little worm,” Fax says. “I won a cwwwown!” she says, smiling. Please close your mouth.
Everything is back to normal in Monkey Kingdom!
Jayla goes to get onstage and tries to hand her gum to her mother who will have none of it. “I did everything really, really well,” Jayla says, and yay for grammar! “If you do well, you get Ultimate Grand Supreme. If you don’t do well, you get Future, and if get Future you don’t win anything, and if you don’t win anything…you just go straight to your room, get dressed, and go home.” I am going to be working for this kid someday.
There are two girls in her age group and Jaclynn is one…oh no. Universal Royalty Queen…Jaclynn! Which means Jayla pulls for a higher title.
Next up is Mac’s group and her mother says she loves her no matter what. Future Queen…Mackenzie. Awww. She’s out. I think this is worse than first runner up, isn’t it?
Ouch. Seems like those baby blues should have placed her higher.
Going to her mother, she says, “Did I pull?” and her mother has dead eyes as she says, “Nope.” Mac tilts her head and when her mother finally makes eye contact with her again, she says, “It’s okaaaay.”
Mac interviews and thank God for captioning on the show because she’s completely incomprehensible, “I didn’t agree with the judges because I was supposed to win a high title.” Who told you that? You had 16 girls in your category, the competition was going to be tough.
In the ballroom, Mac sits on her mother’s lap and cries.
Once again, quality time.
“I’ll be a pageant winner, later on…” she interviews, hanging her head low. “Never til then.” Yikes. Her head is really low and you can see the tears dripping off her face. Yeesh! Get a grief counselor onsite, quick!
How every mathlete is born.
The exact moment all of our hearts break for this little kid. And I don’t even have one!
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