'Toddlers and Tiaras' Recap: Season 7 Episode 1

If it's the show that launched Honey Boo Boo, then you know it's the show to watch on Wednesday nights.

TLC's hit show, Toddlers and Tiaras is back for a whole new season and with yet another group of adorable tots and their fearsome mothers.

This episode of Toddlers and Tiaras, launches with an interview with coach Cambrie Littlefield. Cambrie runs a school to coach girls who are serious about winning pageants.

She tells us about her history of winning pageants and how important it is to her to coach girls who perform in pageants. Unfortunately for her, her love of pageants also keeps her from being able to keep a boyfriend.

Our next coach is Jaimie Otterson. Jaimie reveals that she too has a history of winning pageants.

She and Cambrie know each other well and tend to be competitive with one another. Jaimie tells us that she charges $55/hour because it's important to her to be affordable.

The focus of this episode of Toddlers and Tiaras is the upcoming Jungle Safari pageant, held in Louisiana and directed by Tonya Bailey.

Kallyn, 4, and her mother Megan, are the first contestant family to be featured on this season of Toddlers and Tiaras. The night before her upcoming pageant, Kallyn gets sick. As Megan reveals, vomit or not, the show must go on.

Kallyn has a training episode with Jaimie, who recognizes that Kallyn's sass and look makes her a winner.

Megan details the expenses for their upcoming pageant and one wonders what motivates this family to spend the way they do on pageants.

Selyse, 3 and her mother Kim, are the next contestant family to tell us their story. Kim informs us that Selyse was her "surprise birth control baby" and she adores her. She describes Selyse as a happy baby.

Kim is so focused on Selyse winning pageants that she hasn't had the time to maintain good dental care. Kim expresses dissatisfaction with Jaimie's services.

She's concerned that Jaimie favors some of her clients and doesn't treat her coaching like enough of a business.

Lily, 3, and Amber are veterans on Toddlers and Tiaras, having won numerous pageants in the past. Lily is a client of Cambrie.

Cambrie believes Lily can be unpredictable. Cambrie reveals that she charges $175/hour but she believes she's providing a lot of value per lesson.

Next, we meet Jaquelynne, 3, and Sylvia. Cambrie has high hopes for Jaquelynne and has worked with her on Skype. Jaquelynne arrive to Cambrie's class of girls -- she's have a team meeting to discuss strategy before the Jungle Safara pageant.

At the meeting, drama arises when one member of Cambrie's team of girls, Jaylianna, 7, refuses to wear the bow that Cambrie has designated as part of the team uniform. Jaylianna's mother backs her up which infuriates Cambrie all the more.

Still, when Dallas Lovato arrives to give the girls some personalized coaching, the group regains some of its order as the girls listen raptly.

Meanwhile, Jaimie holds her own team meeting with all of her clients at the mall. It turns out Selyse hasn't practiced her routine for the last 3 weeks.

Kim grows indignant that Jaimie would criticize her daughter in front of everyone. It's clear that Kim's dissatisfaction with Jaimie is growing. Could a defection be ahead for "Toddlers and Tiaras"?

Soon it's time for the Jungle Safari pageant and Tonya Bailey gives her us a sense of how competitive things can get with pageants in the south. All of the contestants and their mothers begin to arrive.

Kim winds up having to give Selyse some Red Bull to keep her energy up. There's a tense moment when Selyse seems likely to miss her opportunity to go on stage.

Jaimie is shocked that Selyse could wind up being late. Despite Kim's best effort to get Selyse there on time, Selyse ends in missing her spot in the beauty section of the pageant.

With this much drama in the premiere of "Toddlers and Tiaras," we can't wait to see what's up next in Episode 2.