I enjoy watching the show. I like that Abby is so tough a teacher,there are too many teaching the children today by tippy toeing around them,don't hurt their feelings,walk around them like there are eggshells everywhere. Abby knows what she is doing and talking about.All those mom are there and stay there because they know Abby gets results. If the moms would shut up and listen to Abby as well as watch her teach the kids instead of running her down or talking on the phone,they might see what Abby is doing and the hard work she puts in evey week to get the girls ready for competiton The moms need to stop running their own agenda's, there would be a lot less yelling and fighting going on. These kids have a great opportunity to learn from Abby and the mom's know it or they wouldn't be there. It would be nice to see just one one stick up for Abby when that Cathy woman(I use that word loosely) is so miserable that would be nice. Cathy has those boys doing the same routine over and over and the sad thing is that Cathy isn't even the one teaching them,she has other teachers doing that and then she takes the credit for it,pretty sad. At least Abby teaches her kids,yes she pushes hard but she gets results and the girls get lots of trophies. The moms need to stop and take a good long look at themselves,they are the ones causing all the turmoil in the studio,I would love to hear even one mom thank Abby for all the work she does getting the girls ready and every week its a new routine. The girls are beautiful dancers and its a joy to watch them. Yes Abby can be over the top but why does that bother these moms so much when they call Abby all kinds of very rude names and treat her very badly,shame on them. Can only hope this show makes these moms take a good look at themselves and watch what they do and say in front of their children and they need to sit back and watch and shut up more. It wiil be interesting to see how things play out.
About The Show
Overbearing moms vicariously live out their own fantasies while pushing their daughters in the competitive world of dance.