Snowflake boot camp. Handsome Bill is there to drop off Amy for her lesson, and he nervously asks Gabby to join him for a coffee after class. Gabby giddily agrees. Amy, standing behind her, crinkles her face up in disgust. The second Bill's out of earshot, Amy gets all tuff with Gabby, telling her to leave her dad alone. But it turns out that Amy doesn't protest the union because Gabby's awful, though that probably part of it, but because Amy has her own plans for her dad: he's going to marry her best friend's mom (her best friend being Sherrie, the girl that Vern and Gabby referred to earlier as being the only girl they had on their roster who had a chance of becoming queen of the Snowflakes). Gabby wonders if maybe Amy's dad might have an opinion in this matter. "My mom died," Amy brats, "now all he wants is for me to be happy. Now get in there and teach me how to work the runway. That's what we're paying you for, right?" Has Gabby met her match?
And back to the Snoopy Susan storyline. Orson momentarily leaves his post to go brush his teeth and Susan is just about to make a break for it when Bree arrives for a heart-to-heart. Susan scuttles back to her hiding spot.
And now for some Snowflake sabotage. Gabby slithers up to Sherrie and lays out her trap. First she tells Sherrie that she gets to double up with Amy for the big opening number of the show. Then she pretends to be confused when Sherrie is bummed about the pairing regarding Amy's supreme klutziness. Actually, she says, "Amy sucks." And didn't Gabby herself say that first impressions are everything with the judges. Gabby lies that she's already told Amy about the pairing, and now Amy's all excited. That said, Gabby's sure Amy will understand if Sherrie explains it to her. Because what little girl doesn't want to hear her best friend tell her she's a liability? A sad little girl whose mother died just one year ago. Sherrie, who seems like a nice kid (despite the part about how she said her best friend "sucks"), is very doubtful about the whole betrayal idea. What if Amy isn't totally understanding about the whole thing? Gabby (playing with Sherrie's long, long ponytail -- what a creep): "Well, friends come and go, but a crown is forever." Sherrie smiles hugely; she's convinced. Gabby smiles a gross, self-satisfied smile, like she's very proud of her ingenious plan to pull one over on two eight-year-old girls. Gabby is moral dwarf.