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Groomer Has It, Episode Two: Did You Agree?

Drama, drama and more drama with clear cliques forming just two episodes in! Since Jessica's mistake last week sent Michael home, she seemed to be in danger this time around. However, after she (and Krista) won the first challenge, they were in the top spot of being able to first pick their pups and assign the others.Naturally they tried to give the most difficult jobs to their enemies but, in the end, Krista and Chicken Joe ended up in the bottom two. According to the regular judges (and guest, Kendra), Krista didn't get all the knots out of her Yorkie and Chicken Joe didn't make a big enough difference. While he claimed he was being sensitive to the pup's skin, Krista seemed to make excuses about the time limits. Looking at both finished pups (at right), I agree neither went far enough – do you agree with the elimination?

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Ellenora Ellenora 8 years
Yes, I did agree. Joe really could have trimmed Kobe. Kobe looked like he was given a bath and that's it. At least Krista managed to correct the bad grooming, regardless if there were knots. I do think Krista could have taken time while correcting the bad cut to comb out the Yorkie but she at least did something than fluff a dog with a bath and dry.
amanda_sooner amanda_sooner 8 years
I highly suspect the producers of shows like these keep people around that stir up drama to up the ratings.
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