Saturday, August 16, 2008

Maybe Next Week!

Sorry! I don't have time to write a proper Shear Genius recap this week! I have far too much going on personally and professionally to fully delve into the "Friends and Family" episode of the show.

Here's a quick rundown: for the short cut challenge, the stylists had to give 6 year-olds new hairstyles for the first day of school. Everyone talked trash about everyone else's styles. Daniel made his 6 year old look like Jaclyn Smith and won the challenge. In a sign of things to come, Paulo ended up in the bottom two. Side note: did anyone else notice that Bravo put the wrong name up when they were showing Paulo? They had the little box with the name, but it said Parker, not Paulo. The minute I saw that, I knew it was going to be a bad week for my tattoo-ed favorite.

After the short cut challenge, family members of the stylists came to the salon but (in a "shocking" twist) each stylist had to do another stylists' family members' hair. Got that? Again, everyone talked trash about everyone else's styles. Charlie ended up winning and Paulo was sent packing.

Ho-hum. There was more going on than just that, but I don't have the patience to get into the "ghosts of contestants past" floor show that occurred between the short cut challenge and the elimination challenge. I will say this, though: I can't remember a time when the word "tits" (or some derivative of the word) was used as frequently as it is on Shear Genius. It's mind boggling.

Ok--I'll be a bit more witty and insightful next week. At this point, though, I'm really just waiting for the battle of the final three: Dee, Daniel, and Charlie.

Have a good weekend!

2 comments:

theminx said...

You don't think Nicole will make it to the top three?

And...that's some sharp eyes you have there. I didn't notice the Parker/Paulo error!

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