Here Comes Honey Boo Boo 4 Seasons 2012

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Season 1
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9. Ah-choo! TV-PG CC

June brings the girls to help her in her favorite sport, Bingo, where they try to win the $1000 jackpot. Alana meets with Miss Georgia 2011 to get some pageant tips. Then, the whole family throws Alana a huge party to celebrate her seventh birthday.

Runtime:
22 minutes
Original air date:
September 19, 2012

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 1
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    1. This is My Crazy Family Six-year-old pageant superstar Alana, aka Honey Boo Boo takes us off the pageant stage and into her home with her family. It's summertime in Georgia and that means one thing - mud. The whole family heads to the Summer Redneck Games to get down and dirty.

    CC TV-PG 22min August 8, 2012
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    2. Gonna Be a Glitz Pig After a string of pageant losses, Sugar Bear brings home a new pet to cheer up Alana: a teacup pig Alana has named Glitzy. June hires an etiquette expert to teach Alana to be more refined for pageants and makes Pumpkin join in on the lesson.

    CC TV-PG 21min August 8, 2012
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    3. She Oooo'd Herself The big pageant is only a few weeks away so June puts her money-saving skills to the test to save for Alana's pageant fees. Alana meets with a new pageant coach and learns her hardest routine yet. Then, the whole family throws Chickadee a baby shower.

    CC TV-PG 22min August 15, 2012
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    4. I'm Sassified! The family prepares for June and Sugar Bear's anniversary. June and the girls head to the spa for a day of beauty. Then, with only two weeks till the big pageant, June discovers that Alana's pageant dress doesn't fit and they rush to have a new one made.

    CC TV-PG 22min August 15, 2012
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    5. What Is A Door Nut? The family decorates for an annual Christmas in July celebration but the fun when Anna is rushed to the hospital with contractions. The family faces a tough decision when June suggests sending pet pig Glitzy back to the breeder.

    CC TV-PG 22min August 22, 2012
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    6. A Bunch of Wedgies After a trip to the ER, pregnant Anna returns home with strict orders to take it easy. As the summer weight loss challenge draws to a close, June and the girls face their final weigh-in. Then, Alana and the family travel to the Rock Star Divas Pageant.

    CC TV-PG 22min August 29, 2012
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    7. Shh! It's a Wig It's Fourth of July week and the family enjoys a picnic and fireworks. Sugar Bear surprises everyone with a new pool, but putting it together is a challenge in the heat. June searches for a new hairpiece that could help Alana win at the big pageant.

    CC TV-PG 22min September 5, 2012
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    8. Time for Sketti! With summer drawing to a close and the girls getting bored, June thinks of creative ways to keep them all entertained. Then, to raise money for her pageant, Alana sets up a lemonade stand and June makes the family favorite for dinner: sketti.

    CC TV-PG 22min September 12, 2012
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    9. Ah-choo! June brings the girls to help her in her favorite sport, Bingo, where they try to win the $1000 jackpot. Alana meets with Miss Georgia 2011 to get some pageant tips. Then, the whole family throws Alana a huge party to celebrate her seventh birthday.

    CC TV-PG 22min September 19, 2012
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    10. It Is What It Is Alana gears up for her big pageant, but plans change last-minute when Chickadee goes into labor. Baby Kaitlyn arrives and it's soon obvious that she's a very special baby.

    CC TV-PG 44min September 26, 2012

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Supporting actors Jessica Shannon, June Shannon, Lauryn Shannon, Alana Thompson, Mike Thompson
Season year 2012
Network TLC
Executive Producer Erika Bolden
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

I admit, I was a sceptic about "Honey Boo Boo"... until I watched it!
Lee E. Sellers
The producers are exploiting poor ignorant people, who in turn are exploiting their unremarkable and untalented little girl.
L. Young
LOVE IT, and though some people think this tv show is trash.... well then they do not enjoy laughing!
Robin

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

47 of 58 people found the following review helpful By K. Stafford on August 24, 2012
This family is happy and supportive of one another. Its obvious they deeply care for each other and are looking out for their best interests. No, they aren't living in LA arguing over which fall fashion line to buy and that is no reason to tear them to shreds. They have limited means but they make the most of it and know how to have fun. Its a different subculture than what you are used to seeing on tv but get over it. Highly entertaining, and Im constantly laughing. Makes for good tv.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Gregory Gross on January 2, 2013
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I didn't know whether to laugh or cry. I ended up laughing at this stereotype of uneducated unwholesome family life in the fry-daddy rural south. I felt more ashamed of myself with each episode I watched. But it sure was funny and if the series was mean spirited in concept the Honey Boo Boo clan diffused it and disarmed it with their willingness to laugh at themselves. They embrace their lifestyle. They love each other. In the end I had to wonder who's zoomin' who. In a clear and mean attempt to poke fun, it was clearly the Boo Boo family who was laughing last and loudest.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Texas on December 19, 2012
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I love this show and this family. I know that people criticize June for some of her parenting techniques, but the result is a family that loves each other very deeply. Alana missed a pageant because of the birth of her niece and was OK because she knew family came first. How many other children would take not getting what they wanted so matter-of-factually and without complaint? Not many. I could picture myself hanging out with these folks and having a lot of laughs. I look forward to watching season 2 and seeing what the Thompson Gals come up with next. Poor, Sugar Bear....;-D
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By L. Jones on January 2, 2013
My guess is TLC thought they hit the Redneck jackpot with this family and planned to exploit them for fun and profit. They've got extreme couponing, the Redneck games, the teenage, unmarried pregnancy, obesity, toddler pageants, roadkill bbq, and a couple other negative American stereotypes thrown in for fun. They're probably kicking themselves that they couldn't manage hoarding. (I mean TLC is more carnival side-show than learning channel anymore). I think it backfired on them when the family didn't turn out to be a bunch of fist fighting, bitter and angry Rednecks on food stamps who were paranoid over the government. Instead they got a family that loved and supported each other.

While I think the entire pageant system is a huge scam and detrimental to the self-esteem of young girls (and boys), Alana seems to think they're fun. Her family has a much healthier attitude towards her participation than most pageant parents as in, it's great if she wins but they don't punish her if she loses. I do think they'd be better served if they directed her energy elsewhere.

I'm just glad they got rid of Glitzy the pig. THAT was annoying.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Annie Hengehold on March 12, 2013
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This show is funny to watch at first (usually watching with mouth agape). However, it gets old fast. Worth seeing one or two and making up your own mind.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By M. Birch on January 13, 2013
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Okay, they're disfunctional and obese (and who isn't nowadays?), but they have fun! I respect these country folks much more than I do the fake makeup-incrusted Kardashians. Mama June loves her kids, and she tells it like it is; there's nothing fake about her; she's the real deal. Two thumbs up on this one.
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15 of 22 people found the following review helpful By lumpy's mom on September 2, 2012
What IQ or education is needed to be given that Holy Grail of human relationships-unconditional love. Where do you need to live.
Honey Boo Boo (Alana) is lucky. She has 2 parents she is close to. She has a family who all seem to get along. She has relatives and friends who know how to have simple fun. She has personality and her own style. She may never win ultimate supreme-but she is the one with her own TV show-neat! She is experiencing success in so many ways. I envy her. I can't wait for Season One to come out on DVD, along with accompanying paraphernalia. SO THERE!
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4 of 6 people found the following review helpful By TK on September 6, 2012
I think Alana is adorable and reminds me so much of my older sister when she was young. Also, I know poverty in this country isn't always pretty. It does mean eating some road kill to survive, dumpster diving, and mud bogging for cheap entertainment. The show is entertaining, the family is a red neck family, and they love each other.
Alana clearly wants to continue to do pageants even though she doesn't win, which is another draw because who wouldn't just love to see her win!? She keeps going and tries again.
The show should teach those to persevere and if a six-year-old can do it, we should all be able to.
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