Hoping to gain respect among her colleagues at school, Lainey comes up with a misguided plan to give an awkward and insecure student a full makeover; Principal Glascott and coach Mellor take friendly competition to a new level.
Did You Know?
The staircase that Harriet (after her makeover) and Lainey (after her makeunder) walk down is completely out of place, from an architectural perspective, in the school. The rest of the school has a very utilitarian look with practical building materials, like cinder block, cement, and steel handrails. This staircase, on the other hand, has hardwood steps and a wooden banister that would likely break after a short time in an environment like a school.
It's clear that the set designers copied the staircase from the movie She's All That without regard for the fact that such a staircase is almost always found in a private home rather than in a large public building like a school. See more