Tabatha Takes Over

2008, TV Show

Full Episodes(52)

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On the season finale, Tabatha revisits the most memorable businesses from past seasons. Are they striving, struggling, or even worse, have they closed? Along the way, Tabatha leaves the owners and staff with new recommendations and even gets a few surprises along the way.

Earth Moon Sun: Western Springs, IL

Jan 12, 2010 Season 2 Episode 10

Janeen Nufer invested her life savings and her mother?s retirement nest egg to open Earth Moon Sun with her sister. When her sister suddenly abandoned the business, Nufer was left without a lead stylist, and as a result, the salon is going down hill fast. On top of this, she has become co-dependant with her terse salon manager, Nicole, who neglects the main responsibility of her job - customer care. Tabatha steps in to help Nufer release all of her pent up frustrations and show her the ropes on how to be a leader for her team. With Nufer a changed woman, Tabatha now just has to transform both a hostile manager and a stylist she calls one of the worst hairdressers she has ever seen.
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Tantrum Salon: Covina, CA

Jan 05, 2010 Season 2 Episode 9

Robert Moreno and Jody Garcia opened Tantrum Salon five years ago, but since that time their partnership has become strained. Garcia got married and had two children and now spends more time as a stay-at-home mother than a business owner; Moreno creates chaos in the salon, and as a result the staff is left with no management or leadership. Moreno resents Garcia'?s absence from the business and she feels pulled in opposite directions - the two partners aren'?t communicating at all. Tabatha tries to repair their dysfunctional partnership to save the business and leads Garcia to make the most important business decision of her life.
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Chicago Male: Chicago, IL

Dec 29, 2009 Season 2 Episode 8

Absentee owner Scott Neesham has invested his life savings into his salon, Chicago Male, but his "Men?s Only" business model is not attracting enough clientele to keep his business afloat, even in the Boystown area of Chicago. To make matters worse, Neesham is rarely at the salon and has left his business in the hands of an ineffective manager and an unprofessional staff. When Tabatha tries to change his business model, she and Neesham butt heads, but Tabatha drives her point home when she recruits drag queens as hair models for the staff. Tabatha wins the battle and Neesham allows women to utilize his salon, completely revamping his original business model. Ultimately, Neesham has an epiphany about himself, his business and his future.
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Refuge Salon: Los Angeles, CA

Dec 15, 2009 Season 2 Episode 7

Miriam Jones opened Refuge Salon in the chic neighborhood of Silverlake because she was not content with her previous employment. Being new to the business, Jones has no idea how to work the books or how to take charge of her stylists, who constantly break the rules. Tabatha is used to renegade stylists with their own agenda, but when faced with a backstabbing owner and stylists who follow this poor example, Tabatha must decide herself whether or not to walk away from this sinking salon.
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Brownes and Co.: Miami, FL

Dec 08, 2009 Season 2 Episode 6

When Nikki Mallon and her husband opened Brownes and Co. ten years ago, it was the hottest salon on Lincoln Road in South Beach. Over the years, Mallon has grown frustrated with her staff and runs her salon remotely, watching their every move from home on surveillance cameras. On the rare occasions when she is in the salon, her staff is terrified of her wrath. The oppressive atmosphere has killed staff morale and driven away customers. Tabatha quickly realizes that Mallon?'s negative attitude is the problem, but trying to convince her that she needs to change will be one of Tabatha'?s greatest challenges. If Mallon doesn?t start to respect and encourage her staff, Brownes and Co. may not survive.
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Plush Salon: Chatsworth, CA

Dec 01, 2009 Season 2 Episode 5

When Kimmie Blackhall convinced her husband to open Plush Salon with their life savings and pay the rent on his credit cards, she neglected to tell him one thing: she was going to spend all the money she made behind the chair at the mall. Now with debt mounting and business declining, Blackhall seems more focused on spending money than saving her failing salon. Tabatha is shocked to discover that Plush runs more like a sorority than a business and Blackhall treats her stylists more like girlfriends than staff. To cure Blackhall of her shopping addiction, Tabatha has to make a serious intervention and give the entire staff the wakeup call they need.
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Bang Salon: Ft. Lauderdale, FL

Nov 24, 2009 Season 2 Episode 4

Darren Anselmo runs wild in his own salon, acting more like a hyperactive child than a responsible owner. His inappropriate remarks to clients have hurt business and now his staff is completely fed up with his antics and ready to walk out. If Anselmo loses a single stylist he may be forced to shut down. Tabatha needs to help him grow up, clean up his act, and take responsibility for his business. If Anselmo can?t shake his child like ways, he could face financial ruin and the end of Bang Salon.
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Eclectic Salon: Los Angeles, CA

Nov 17, 2009 Season 2 Episode 3

When Jacqui Montero started Eclectic salon ten years ago it was the best multi-cultural salon in Los Angeles. But in recent years, she has lost control of her staff and lost the passion for her business. The loss of clients and the staff?'s bouncing rent checks have left Jacqui in major debt. When she admits to Tabatha that she has declared personal bankruptcy and is on the verge of closing the place down, Tabatha has to take serious action to get Jacqui?'s passion back and save her business. Tabatha must get control over the circus of stylists and make them realize how dire Montero'?s situation has become. Will Montero?s staff band together in time to save her and the salon from foreclosure?
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Allure: Miami, Fl

Nov 10, 2009 Season 2 Episode 2

With giant cockroaches and even bigger attitudes, Allure Salon is not so alluring. Pablo Hernandez, the 21 year-old owner, bit off more than he could chew when he bought the business. His youth and inexperience are obvious as the staff steamrolls over him and refuses to respect his authority. Tabatha teaches Hernandez to stop acting like the maid and start acting like the boss. In addition, one eclectic stylist tests Tabatha?s patience with her disco ball wardrobe and lazy styling skills. If Hernandez doesn't step up and demand that his staff act more professionally, then Allure Salon might have to close its doors for good.
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Orbit Salon: Chicago, IL

Nov 03, 2009 Season 2 Episode 1

Eddie Cheung is $700,000 in debt, but he treats his business more like a garbage dump than a hair salon. His lack of passion and passive-aggressive management style has turned his staff into a bunch of "hand-me-downs," and if Tabatha doesn?t do something fast his salon will be out of business. Tabatha makes Cheung and his staff clean out the cluttered basement and uses the opportunity to teach them a lesson in organization by moving the mess to a place that will make the message truly hit home. Tabatha gives the entire staff the wake-up call they need to rediscover their passion and teamwork, but one reluctant stylist?s attitude threatens to keep the whole team from entering a brighter future.
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Tabatha Takes Over Clips & Interviews collapse view

Trip Down Memory Lane
Earth Moon Sun's Audition
Getting to Know the Clients
Creating a Vision
The Only Way to Run a Business
Career Day
Foreclosure and Bankruptcy
Things Must Change
No More Eyes in the Sky
Tabatha Doesn't Do Hugs!
The Signature Drink for Reopening
The Abby's Red Rose
A Spousal Reality Check
The Owner Disappoints Tabatha
Becoming an Adoption Counselor

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