Here Comes Honey Boo Boo: Top 10 lines from the Honey Boo Boo Season 2 premiere

ssorich@ledger-enquirer.comJuly 17, 2013 

Thankfully, the Honey Boo Boo clan is still obsessed with bodily functions and butter.

That's one of the things we learned when the TLC reality series returned for its second season July 17. We got two 30-minute episodes that centered on the McIntyre, Ga., family's usual antics.

In the first episode, the family ate roadkill and watched a wrestling match. We also saw a particularly nauseating scene in which three of the girls covered themselves in oil and butter and enjoyed an indoor "redneck slip and slide."

The second episode focused on Sugar Bear's birthday, which included go-karts and a Daisy Duke-themed pinata.

The premiere was a "Watch 'n' Sniff" event that allowed viewers to follow along with a scratch-and-sniff card available in some magazines. Yes, I bought one. The smell-along process wasn't nearly as disgusting as I expected. We smelled Sugar Bear's birthday cake (I think) and some other indecipherable odors.

For your reading pleasure, here are my top 10 favorite lines from Wednesday's show:

"Roadkill is any animal that didn't look both ways before crossing the road." (Honey Boo Boo)

"I love pro wrestling so much because that's all my family does -- wrestling and dog piles." (Honey Boo Boo)

"My secret wrestling move would be the fart on your hand and you throw it in your enemy's face." (Honey Boo Boo)

"My roadkill wish list is a rabbit, a hamster, a monkey...they go crazy." (Honey Boo Boo)

"Why waste money at the store when it's fresher and cleaner off the side of the road?" (Mama June)

"A lot of people put meat tenderizer on it. I just use my hands." (Mama June)

"Go-karts rhyme with go fart." (Honey Boo Boo)

"I was buying some dip today and I just saw these flowers and thought of June." (Sugar Bear)

"Anything you can beat up and get candy out of, the girls love." (Mama June)

"If you want to romance me and get in my pants per crock pot and new deep fryer might get you to first base." (Mama June)

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