Shannon says the one time they competed against Faith-LYNN in Greensboro, she beat Gracie. And apparently they took it well, because Kacie asks Gracie what they are going up against and Gracie responds, “A loser.” Wonder where she learned that? Shannon immediately says, “DON’T say that!” which I initially thought was good but was clearly just a knee-jerk reaction for the camera.
Shannon tells us that after Greensboro, Coach Cooch called them “White Trash Mafia,” which is funny because the mafia is way smarter than these women. Cooch also said Gracie had no talent and doesn’t know what she’s doing. I’m sorry, who is the White Trash here? Because that’s kind of rude. I mean, be the bigger person, Cooch, you certainly have the teeth for it.
“What grown woman talks about a kid?” Shannon interviews next to Kacie, who answers, “Some people.” “Well some people need their brains knocked out,” Shannon says. Way to be the bigger person and the klassy one of the episode. Shannon, when you make Cooch look like the better influence, we’ve ALL lost.
We gonna cut a bitch!
“I just want Gracie to go up and wax the floor with this little girl, I’m goin’ be straight up an’ hones’ with y’all,” Shannon says. So, I guess the answer to the question of what grown woman talks about a kid is YOU.
“Get ready for the knock-down drag-out at the pageant,” Kacie says. “Bring it on!” Oh, those Confederates, they just want to win, just once. Someone let them. Or perhaps we should just put people like this on a deserted island and use them for organ donations on an as-needed basis.
Pageant day! Bring on the fights! Pageant Director Dorothy tells us that pageant moms are crazy and she just hopes they behave. Hope is not a strategy. But Pixie Stix plus unrelenting crying, there’s a plan!
Jersie is interviewed by some poor production person off camera who asks if she’s nervous.
For those of you who can’t lipread, she’s saying, “Mmm-hmmmmm.”
Given the fact she doesn’t answer is our answer. Snore. Danielle is nervous and stressed. You should be.
I know you are doing your best not to shit yourself, but your poker face suuuuucks.
Ashley tells us she woke up on the right side of the bed today (I get the feeling that’s every day for her) then she jumped on the bed to wake her brother up. Let that kind of teasing never cease.
It’s a great time to be a kid!
Hey, there’s Coach Cooch bumping into Ashley and her mom, and Cooch tells Ashley that they’ve seen the other girl, Gracie, and “She’s not as cute as you.” Bitch. Christie, who left her backbone in her teen years, doesn’t stand up to Cooch any more than she stands up to Bank of Nana, and instead just says, “Let’s hope everyone just does their best.”
Yeah, we don’t play like that.
Coach Cooch, you sicken me, please go somewhere else.
Pages: 1 2 3 4
5 6 7 8 9 10 11