Cast Blog: #TABATHA

Family Matters

Tabatha's Takeover Time Warp

Meoww's Unexpected Departure

A Serious Lack of "Synergy"

Jen and Tiffany's Unequal Partnership

Betrayal at the Barbershop

Bringing the "Old Chris" Back to Top Cuts

Tabatha Meets Her Twin

No More Naps at Salon Mogulz

Intruder Alert

Whatever Happened to Dianne Bennett?

Seeing the Future

Creepy Crawler Cooler

Blurry Vision

Who's the Boss

A Dog-Eat-Poop World

Dog Daze

A Secret Crush

Beauty School Dropout

Three Spreadsheets to the Wind

Farm Fresh

Chill Out

Brain Freeze

Mumsy's the Word

The Comeback

High End Hostility

Pop Goes the Scalp Protector

Batter Up!

Living in the Past

Throwing Out the Hygiene with the Bathwater

All Grown Up

Family Matters

Episode 6:'s Associate Editor counts down the top three "Really?!" moments.

I don't know about you, but going into business with family members just seems like a bad idea. You know you're not going to be able to truly crack the whip when need be, and that's exactly what Bridgette's problem was. Her mother never said no to her, and Bridgette didn't say no to her daughter, Chelsea (or the rest of the staff for that matter). It took a dose of Tabatha toughness to get this team back on track, but not without some troubling moments along the way.

Really?! Moment No. 3 - Nap Time

Since Bridgette doesn't enforce any of her rules (well, all two of them -- no cell phones and be on time), why wouldn't her employees take advantage of her? One of the more egregious offenses being Jason's personal nap space. This just brings the phrase "lying down on the job" to a whole new level.

tabatha-takes-over-season-4-gallery-episReally?! Moment No. 2 - A Hairy Situation

Bridgette's mom may have been cleaning the salon for free, but you certainly get what you paid for. Bridgette's carpet was covered in hair due to Chelsea's "forgetfulness" when it comes to vacuuming. But that wasn't the only hairy area. Even the salon's business cards were covered in hair. Bleh! I thought you went into a salon to leave with less hair, not more.

Really?! Moment No. 1 - Take It Like a Man

Tabatha really let Jason have it when she inspected his work station. I mean, that hairy rag at the bottom of the drawer was gross (again, there is hair everywhere in this salon), but Tabatha really took him to task when he tried to be coy and boyish about it. Watching Tabatha yell at him to man up was, well, difficult. But hey, in the end he did get his act together so I suppose it was worth the pain and humiliation.

Next week's salon is on the verge of a walkout. After having a walkout only months before. Yikes!