The alpha groomers (Kathleen, Jonathan, and Jorge) are happy that they have “gotten rid of” the lesser qualified groomers (yeah, they still think they control the outcome). Unfortunately for me, the show has now become officially boring! This episode did have promise: Having pet psychic (oops, I mean pet communicator–darling), Sonya Fitzpatrick, determine the dog’s feelings about being groomed, and watching little Nemo growl at the Westies. Go Nemo! Jorge had another funny quote: “Everyone knows about Sonya Fitzpatrick. I was just hoping my dog had good things to say about me.” And watching Artist and Jasper’s friendship was heartwarming. I was sad to see Jasper leave, especially for a mistake on the ears of his Portuguese Water Dog. Jonathan didn’t do a great job either, and he had a “cheat sheet” which showed the proper lion cut. Wasn’t Jonathan supposed to prove that he could groom more than poodles? The judging on this show is as confusing as figure skating’s! Next week the groomers will groom shelter dogs. It looks like Kathleen will have a moral crisis: to pick a matted Shitzu she wants to save, or a dog that is easier to groom who will better her chances at winning. What do you think she’ll do? I’m still rooting for Artist to win!