This is a two-disk set, and I hate when they split up one
season like this. It just means we pay twice as much
for one season. It would be one thing if there were a lot of
extras or features, but there aren't. So there's no
justification for it at all aside from greed.
Further, this disk set has something I've never seen
before. The case is a one-disk type of case, but it holds 3
disks together. I'm not sure if that's a very good way to
hold the disks.... it looks kind of cheap.
This show is a reality show about a dance studio in
Pennsylvania called Abby Lee Dance Studio. I can't say
enough how much I dislike Abby Lee. She is this fat, loud,
bossy bitch of a woman that is very mean to the little girls
in her dance studio and their mothers. Now, the mothers are
adults, and many of them deserve it, but the kids sure
don't. I really don't believe that kids have to be bullied
in order to learn how to dance. This woman is truly horrible
and it makes me sick to watch this show.
Now, I don't like reality shows, anyway, so you may enjoy
it more than I do. The dancing parts are fun to watch
(when Abby is not yelling at them). When they go to
the dance competitions, that is kind of fun as well.
And also, since it is a reality show, it's possible that
none of this is real. They are all actors putting on a show,
and she is not really being mean and horrible to the
children and their parents. How can we tell? We can't.
Reality shows are not "reality" at all.
Along with the 25 episodes and 2 reunion episodes, the
disks only have a few extras. There are some deleted scenes
(what they call "bonus footage") and one episode of Abby's
new show "Abby's Ultimate Dance Competition". That show is
very different. It is more of a competition show where 12
boy and girl dancers compete to get a scholarship to a
prestigious dance academy. Abby is one of the three judges.
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