Karen comes home giddy with excitement over the modeling opportunity of a lifetime: A noted photographer is at the mall looking for a cover girl for a new jeans advertisement. On the day of the model selection, Al accompanies Karen and Carol to the mall (so she can shop for new hockey equipment). The photographer passes over Karen and the others, seeing nothing unique about them. However, Al - dressed in a hat and her trademark tomboyish clothes - turns out to be exactly the girl the photographer is after. Karen is outraged and insults her step-sister in front of Carol, telling her that being a model is more difficult than it looks; she even goes so far as to say that she still doesn't consider Al part of the family and never will. Carol is hurt, and Al's usual self-assuredness takes a deep hit. However, on the day of the photo shoot, when Al tries to back out of her opportunity, Karen - who had gone to the mall incognito to see her step-sister fall flat on her face - realizes she ...
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References Pretty Woman