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When Ms. Hughes discovered that Evan (that the boss, and one of the teasers) had been showering (good natured, so he says) verbal abuse on the unfortunate girl, she hit him, repeatedly. Of course, the editing suggests that this was "good natured", but I like to offer some of my own theories on why she responded in such a way. The show can be read as a complicated and contradictory on the beauty ideal, and this episode exposed what I would like to call the cynicism of beauty.
I would like to believe that Hughes is aware of this cynicism. The explicit goal of the show is to make the participant look better, but the easily grasped implicit goal is to elevate the participant sense of (inner) self worth through a change in his/her appearance. This woman coworkers teased her because of her appearance, Hughes punches her boss because he was personally responsible for some of this abuse. However, in the end, it seems that they share the some of the same uneasy goals: they want to change this woman appearance, and Hughes wants to possibly elevate her self esteem. The disagreement that leads Hughes to punch Edward (that the boss) seems not to be about the purpose of his teasing, but rather the specific approach he took toward enacting this transformation.
This pygmalion type transformation implies a certain amount of violence. This woman appearance seemed to be changed against her will, with a promise of a better future if she complied. Furthermore, the physical change forces a reconfiguration of the psyche, an externally imposed reordering of her own priorities. In this new list of priorities, the responsibility for creating and maintaining her pulchritude is pushed up the list, perhaps against her will, but fully complicit with the will of her boss, whose collection of clothes, hair, and makeup she chooses in the end.
The show did what it purported to do, it brought this specific participant up and above her old "level of beauty", and possibly pushed her beyond the average level of beauty. At the end of the show, when the made over participant was paraded in front of a crowd of gawkers and admirers, including those co workers who had formerly taunted her so relentlessly, she should have felt relief and vindication, and maybe she did. I find it difficult to believe that she did not feel insulted, or highly cynical, or both. Where the girl before the makeover would have received an unrelenting barrage of jokes and abuse, as a more attractive woman, she receives the nervous flattery that belies sexual interest, and is the target of the observant and objectifying gaze. I am over simplifying, but the show forced this woman to choose between homeliness and the verbal abuse that came with it, and beauty and the problems it entails. In neither alternative is she treated with respect, so the choice is between disrespect expressed through wisecracking, and disprespect expressed as a Deca Durabolin Replacement corollary to desire. What she should have realized then, having witnessed the effect of this new beauty, is that it a stupid, ugly thing. I think Finnie Hughes knows this too, and that when she punches Edward, she is punching herself, which, in the end, was a truly decent and human thing to do.
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