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Seemingly out of the blue, at least the way the kids seem to paint it, Kate wants them to clean out the entire house and sort out what can go to a yard sale. Because an open-ended project like this would naturally set even the most obedient of children off. Plastic, plastic, plastic everywhere, four or five of everything. Now your new stuff is your old stuff, and you'll be getting rid of that too soon, so you might as well just hang onto your old stuff. Consumerism and excess are one of the biggest black holes of modern life, and it's getting worse by the year.
Only a few kids are around, and most are complaining about this task. I think she should expand on this idea and write it in an essay. I'm somewhat proud of Mady for noticing at her young age.
Researchers have found a huge boost to a child's normal development once they get a good 20 minutes a day of hugs, and loving, appropriate touching (like cuddling up together and sharing a book or talking). The kids want to try the dog cake because that's just how kids are.
Hehe, the boys love it, and Kate jokes they'll eat anything.
I'm so close to finishing all the still outstanding recaps I can taste it!
Your next offering is Cleaning House, 42 minutes of the typical yelling and screaming and watching such an incredible amount of excess "stuff" I have a burning desire to just go live in a tiny house and get away from this despicable consumerism.
Hannah, Alexis and Mady are being the biggest babies of all the kids about this.
Eventually after what feels like hours Kate intervenes and requires complete silence. I saw it opening weekend and was riveted by the real and raw dialogue.
While it's annoying Kate seems to have sprung this project on them without warning, their unchecked snotty attitudes about it are completely unacceptable, but instead of just laying down the law, Kate in typical fashion engages with them, which just makes the whining worse.
They have eight capable people here, if they would all just shush and get down to business even with all the crap everywhere, I bet they could finish up this clean-out in under 60 minutes, maybe less.
In all my years following this show, this is one of the few times Kate looks genuinely pretty to me. I bet none of these toys got played with more than 20 minutes in their lifetime.
Her hair is a toned down blond, straight but with some body, her makeup muted, and she's dressed in a cozy grey sweater, albeit it cut a little tight. She is capable of looking very classy, pleasant and approachable, but she usually misses the mark by a mile. Kylie Jenner, I mean Mady, says something somewhat profound for a teenager, in that when you get rid of your old stuff, all you do is just replace it with new stuff.
Three Billboards should win, but The Shape of Water will win.