History Series / DanceMoms

8th May '18 5:37:33 PM Malady
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* AddedAlliterativeAppeal: The room known as the "Dancers' Den".


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* AlliterativeName: The room known as the "Dancers' Den".
21st Dec '17 3:06:47 PM stuffedninja
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As the show has progressed, it has sort of [[SeasonalRot devolved in quality and composure]]. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]][[note]]In 2010, she filed for bankruptcy and owed more than $400,000 in taxes. In 2014, numerous lawsuits were thrown her way from former team members. In 2015, she was indicted for fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets, and false bankruptcy declarations for making a secret bank account to hide income. She was eventually sentenced on May 9, 2017 to a year and one day in federal prison followed by two years of supervised release.[[/note]], which grew so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.

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As the show has progressed, it has sort of [[SeasonalRot devolved in quality and composure]]. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company.

Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]][[note]]In 2010, she filed for bankruptcy and owed more than $400,000 in taxes. In 2014, numerous lawsuits were thrown her way from former team members. In 2015, she was indicted for fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets, and false bankruptcy declarations for making a secret bank account to hide income. She was eventually sentenced on May 9, 2017 to a year and one day in federal prison followed by two years of supervised release.[[/note]], which grew so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new an eighth season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.
21st Dec '17 3:03:27 PM stuffedninja
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As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]][[note]]In 2010, she filed for bankruptcy and owed more than $400,000 in taxes. In 2014, numerous lawsuits were thrown her way from former team members. In 2015, she was indicted for fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets, and false bankruptcy declarations for making a secret bank account to hide income. She was eventually sentenced on May 9, 2017 to a year and one day in federal prison followed by two years of supervised release.[[/note]], which grew so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.

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As the show has progressed, it has sort of [[SeasonalRot devolved in quality and composure.composure]]. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]][[note]]In 2010, she filed for bankruptcy and owed more than $400,000 in taxes. In 2014, numerous lawsuits were thrown her way from former team members. In 2015, she was indicted for fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets, and false bankruptcy declarations for making a secret bank account to hide income. She was eventually sentenced on May 9, 2017 to a year and one day in federal prison followed by two years of supervised release.[[/note]], which grew so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.
30th Nov '17 6:33:02 PM lakingsif
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* SafeDrivingAesop: The show features a routine called "The Last Text" that simulates six girls dying in a car accident due to distracted driving, ending with the SoleSurvivor running off-stage in horror and grief. Can be watched [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1qBJ-Y-Tya0 here]].
17th Oct '17 7:37:08 PM Chrismh
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** The team did eventually walk out on Abby during her short return (with the exception of four other girls).


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** In a season 7 episode Ashlee acted this way as well when a Producer pointed out that they took second place in that weeks competition, beating the other team.
23rd Jul '17 3:59:32 PM stuffedninja
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As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]], which grew so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.

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As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]], troubles]][[note]]In 2010, she filed for bankruptcy and owed more than $400,000 in taxes. In 2014, numerous lawsuits were thrown her way from former team members. In 2015, she was indicted for fraud, concealment of bankruptcy assets, and false bankruptcy declarations for making a secret bank account to hide income. She was eventually sentenced on May 9, 2017 to a year and one day in federal prison followed by two years of supervised release.[[/note]], which grew so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.
23rd Jul '17 1:46:49 PM stuffedninja
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As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]], which have grown so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.

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As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]], which have grown grew so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.
23rd Jul '17 1:28:18 PM stuffedninja
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As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]], which have grown so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.

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As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]], which have grown so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but is still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.
17th Jul '17 9:54:01 PM stuffedninja
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A very controversial but nonetheless very successful RealityTelevision series on Creator/{{Lifetime}} that premiered in 2011 and is currently in its seventh (and allegedly final) season.

The show is about the Abby Lee Dance Company (headed by Abby Lee Miller) and the elite team of girls who are learning to dance at the company [[RevolvingDoorBand (which is known for changing quite frequently)]], but is most known for the drama caused by the mothers (the titular "dance moms") among themselves and sometimes with Abby for her at-times-[[SadistTeacher questionable]] teaching techniques.

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A very controversial but nonetheless very successful RealityTelevision series on Creator/{{Lifetime}} that premiered in 2011 and is currently in its seventh (and allegedly final) season.

2011.

The show is about the Abby Lee Dance Company (headed by Abby Lee Miller) and the elite team of girls who are learning to dance at the company [[RevolvingDoorBand (which is known for changing quite frequently)]], but is most known for the drama caused by the mothers (the titular "dance moms") among themselves and sometimes with Abby for her at-times-[[SadistTeacher questionable]] teaching techniques.
techniques.

As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]], which have grown so immense and so tumultuous that reportedly she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure. At this point, the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but still on lock for a new season, with dancer and model Cheryl Burke replacing Abby.



As the show has progressed, it has sort of devolved in quality and composure. Abby's treatment of the girls, while initially quite abrasive, [[{{Flanderization}} got worse each season]], leading to problems among the girls that have led to some of them leaving the company. Abby herself has become prone to [[HeroicRROD breakdowns seemingly caused by an extreme burnout]], and later seasons of the show became muddled with [[RealLifeWritesThePlot Abby's real-life legal troubles]], which have grown so immense and so tumultuous that accordingly, she had ditched the moms and the elite dancers for three weeks before finally resigning from the show as of March 26, 2017, citing the producers and their demands as the reason for her departure... which has been replaced with Cheryl Burke, so at this point the show has a bit of an uncertain future, but still on lock for a new season.
30th Mar '17 4:56:50 PM Husk
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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Abby, although she seems to shifting more and more towards the "heel" side as of late.

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* HeelFaceRevolvingDoor: Abby, although Abby was firmly stuck on 'heel' before she seems to shifting more and more towards the "heel" side as of late.left.



*** Christy and Chloe do this in Season 7, three seasons after their first departure due to the latter's HeroicBSOD.

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*** Christy Christi and Chloe do this in Season 7, three seasons after their first departure due to the latter's HeroicBSOD.
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