Toddlers & Tiaras 8 Seasons 2009

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Season 2
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Don't mess with Texas, especially when the stakes are high at the Universal Royalty Pageant. The competition is fierce between a full glitz pro, Eden, 4 and fan favorite, Cameron, a seven year old pageant veteran.

Starring:
Heather A. Ryan, Eden Wood
Runtime:
44 minutes
Original air date:
July 22, 2009

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Season 2

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Starring Heather A. Ryan, Eden Wood
Supporting actors Mickie Wood
Season year 2010
Network TLC
Executive Producer Jessica Bertulis
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Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By scarlettmoon 2006 on March 31, 2012
I started watehing this series thinking I would hate it, thinking that mothers would exploit their daughters. Instead I was suprised at how many of these children seemed to love being in the limelight. Until this episode! The mother of five girls is horrible! She has twins competing against each other and clearly thinks one is superior. She makes sure her favorite twin has the dresses (the other twins dress was torn in a previous padgent and she did not fix it - let the poor girl go onstage with a torn dress) and is always commenting on how the one daughter is superior. In the end the superior daughter throws a fit and the father pulls her out of the winnings while the "Cinderella" daughter ends up winning judges choice award! This mother is AWFUL! She brags about how she is a padgent winner, but she is UGLY- has a horse face an buck teeth and brags about how her winning daughter resembles her. The other twin is treated like crap, and she is the sweet little girl who is only trying to get approval from the wicked mother. The father needs to grow some balls and stop the horrible treatment of the one twin. This episode shows padgents at their worst, and was what I expected the entire series to resemble. I was suprised it took me to season 2 episode 5 to find a horrible padgent mother.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By DemonessOfDeathValley on June 5, 2013
When I first saw the preview for this series, the first thought that came to my mind was the hysterical 'pageant mom' that berates her daughter for not winning or making a mistake. There aren't that many of those moms. Most of the moms are serious and sometimes a few of them can be harsh. One of the things that is missing, is the teaching of sportsmanship. It's one thing to be a good winner, but another to be a gracious loser. The kind of person that will smile and maybe be happy that they won, but congratulate someone else when they don't.

One thing, Season 2 Episode 5 I think showcases the worst of 'pageant moms'. The first mom that I feel is unacceptable are the actions of Eden Wood's mother. That little girl hits her mother, whines and cries and the mom gives in. I would hate to be around that child when she's older. If she's hitting her mother and not being told not to hit at that age, I can only imagine the bratty, mean little bully she's gonna be when she's older.

The other family that I feel is the worst of the worst, is the one with 5 girls. 2 of the 5 being a set of twins. It was obvious the way that the mom prefers one twin over the other and favors her. She let one of them go on stage in a ripped dress. And I feel she never would let the 'preferred' twin go on the stage that way. She said that a new dress was 'coming' but it would fit the preferred twin, not her. If you look at the one little girls face, it's constantly sad and you can tell that she feels insecure about the way her mother treats her. Families like that should not be showcased on this show. Because it gives pageants a worse reputation than they already have. In the end, the twin that didn't throw the horrible fit and was impaired by her mother letting her be on the stage in a ripped dress, won.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Wonder Woman on March 29, 2013
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This show turns my stomach as a mother and as a clinical social worker who has treated hundreds of children during the past 30 years. These little ones (and infants!) are displayed in mostly grown-up costumes in order to be judged by others. And the make-up? It is clear that they are not "OK" as they are. It is hard to understand how the mothers can ignore the message this sends and defend it as something the girls "really enjoy". I beg you, think again!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By BILL on February 26, 2013
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This has to be one of the most worthless shows I have ever seen! It is like watching a train wreck. It is disturbing to see what adults will do to their children for a few minutes of fame.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By C. McArdle on February 20, 2010
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I love this show, but how in the world can you tell at two weeks old what a child's stage presence is going to be like? She says she thinks he is going to be reserved, more so than her older son. That just tickles me. I don't think at two weeks old, any baby is going to be interested in a pageant.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By jeffery m. walsh on September 13, 2013
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Trash TV- why is this even on the air?

These children need some parenting and the parents need to get a life.
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By J. Roe on March 8, 2014
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Just a sad state of mentality for this "parents" a new form of tiger mom.
I would like to see a documentary on these girls when they are 13. Then 18.
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