Katlyn tries on a bathing suit that she doesn’t like and mom asks if she wants to take it off – she does. Then mom says, “Well too bad, we already rented it.” Why do moms always do that? Ask you what you want then tell you can’t have it your way? Save us the wasted breath and don’t ask us in the first place. That must be in the mom handbook, I swear to GOD.
Renee says sometimes they’ll work on stuff and Katlyn just sort of has a meltdown – which we get to see numerous times during the show. I wasn’t sure if she was just overly stressed or if there was something else going on here. I mean, she seemed to act much younger than 6, like she couldn’t keep her emotions in check. I thought it was odd but maybe I was reading too much into it. Or I was hoping for it!
“Yes ma’am I like to get my way,” Katlyn interviews. Well duh, we all do. Renee tells us that Katlyn is “very rotten” and “very spoiled,” which is always a good mixture in a human. “She thinks she’s the queen of the world and we’re to treat her like a queen.” Have her sleep under an overpass a night or two, see how that works.
Katlyn is still crying about the bathing suit and her mother threatens to take her dress up clothes away for a week. A week! Luckily, this is America and parental threats are never followed through.
Finally, in Brunswick, Georgia, we meet Alivia, 4, as she sneezes her way through being coached through her beauty walk. Mom Lauren asks her to do her beauty walk and “Ali” doesn’t want to because beauty is boring.
Eh, they all start out cute don’t they?
Lauren tells us that Ali was the sweetest little baby until she turned 2 and then she turned into Satan. Ali throws a snit at the studio and tells her mother, “Don’t talk to me, don’t look at me, and don’t even think about me.” Her mother says she can’t believe she’s arguing with a 4 year old. NOBODY CAN! I wouldn’t have even known to say something like that when I was 4 and if I did I probably would have been smacked into the middle of the next week.
…took the midnight train, goin’ aaaaannnyyyywheeeere….
Ali is backing up while her mother tells her to do her walk and she bumps into a wood block of some kind. Lauren and the coach crack up and Ali is pissed! She starts crying. Oh boo-hoo.
Hey Tragedia, if you need something to cry about I’ll send you to the Chinese sweatshop that makes iPods.
Back with Oli, she’s at “Mixed Martial Arts” studio to try to take down a guy who looks like he should be a James Bond bad guy.
YOU READY TO KICK SOME ASS, MAGGOT?!?!