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Tabatha Takes Over - Season 4 - Spoilers

Discussion in 'Now Playing - TV Show Talk' started by Zevida, Apr 5, 2012.

  1. Zevida

    Zevida witless and unarmed TCF Club

    Nov 8, 2003
    San Jose, CA
    I am addicted to this show. I love Tabatha.

    For those who don't know about the show, it's I guess similar to a Kitchen Nightmares - come into a failing salon or small business - tell them everything they are doing wrong - do a makeover - try to fix them.


    Seasons 1-3 were salons only, Season 4 it was renamed and expanded to include other small businesses.

    Tabatha is fabulous. I love how she gives it to them straight and how frustrated she gets.

    Last night I saw the season finale, Cinema Suites. I wanted to punch the lady who owned that bed and breakfast in the face. Basically she was charging people to sleep in her house and then treating them like a giant imposition. Crazy! I didn't think she'd change at all but surprisingly at the reopening she was improved. I wonder how much was an act?

    The Barkingham Palace one with the doggy day care was also a classic. That uptight blonde lady was so out of line it was not even funny and she was completely oblivious.
  2. Ment

    Ment Well-Known Member

    Mar 27, 2008
    The Barkingham Palace lady was a 'this has to be a ringer' episode. She had major mental issues. Obviously it would have been better for her partner to take over the business but that would mean crazy lady would need to get a new job. :)
  3. gossamer88

    gossamer88 HDTV Snob

    Jul 26, 2005
    Da boogie...
    Hmmm :D
  4. Zevida

    Zevida witless and unarmed TCF Club

    Nov 8, 2003
    San Jose, CA
    I'm not sure I've ever seen an episode I thought was a complete put-on. I have seen a few where I thought the owner was there only for the design makeover of the shop and they clear,y didn't think there was anything wrong.

    Crazy Barkingham Lady knew there were serious problems she was just totally oblivious that SHE was the serious problem.

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