The new episode of ‘Sarah Palin’s Alaska’ was nothing short of eventful! The former Alaskan Governor attempted to spend some quality time with Willow, but it wasn’t really working!
It appears Sarah Palin has her hands full! Now we don’t mean because she’s carrying around a chainsaw and attempting to operate heavy machinery on the Dec. 26 episode of her new TLC reality show Sarah Palin’s Alaska, but because her kids just don’t seem to take her seriously! It’s clear that Sarah’s number one fan, and maybe only fan, is her hubby, and head of Palin Inc., Todd Palin!
We told you that on the last episode, Sarah, 46, took her youngest daughter Piper, 9, to wait tables at a local diner, and then head to a glacier to learn about Alaskan huskies! But on the most recent episode, Sarah attempted to get close to her “too cool” daughter Willow, 16, who really shows no respect for her mom, at the Ever Green Timber Logging Camp in Afognak Island, Ak., where the crew is there to learn about another traditional Alaskan industry: logging. Understandably, Sarah would be a bit much to handle as a constant meddling mom, and nonstop talker, but she means well. Unfortunately, Willow does nothing but roll her eyes, and mutter under her breath, every time Sarah attempts to have a mother-daughter moment. For instance, while Sarah and Willow are skipping rocks, Sarah tries to talk to Willow about the importance of learning how to cook, and Willow responds “I can always microwave.” Typical teen, but these are the types of comments that fill the entire episode.
If Sarah’s not careful, it appears she could have another Bristol on her hands. The episode goes on to show Sarah cutting down trees, maneuvering a massive logging crane, and even teaching the members of the camp how to play the traditional Palin game of Eskimo Bingo. But, it’s very clear that no matter how many times Sarah misspells a word while tweeting that causes a new word to be added to the English dictionary, [refudiate] — her kids won’t think she’s anything other than mom.