Or yet, at least, because despite being driven to the mall by their bodyguard (a starry thing to do, everyone will agree) they headed straight to their favourite budget shops.
Don't go changing: June Shannon and Honey Boo Boo may have arrived at the mall in a flashy style, but they stuck to bargain shops
Honey Boo Boo, who was wearing a bright orange T-shirt, mugged for the cameras as you'd expect.
In the last episode, June explained that beauty pageants can cost thousands of dollars, from the glitzy dresses to the fake hair and teeth, and explains to her daughter that they can't really afford such luxuries.
Famous for her bargain hunting ways, June explained to her daughter how much the family have to budget.
Born to perform: Alana plays up to the camera happily as the family enjoy time together
Non uniform time: Honey Boo Boo was pleased to change after the school day
She told her daughter that they can't afford to buy all the glitzy dresses she wants for the pageant so Alana came up with the idea of making lemonade.
'Honey Boo Boo had the idea of making a lemonade stand to save money for the pageants.
'Pageants a big investment. I raise four kids and I’m able to do pageants as I budget. Honestly, we budget and I try to save money any way I can,' said June.
The sisters attempted to sell their home-made lemonade, which contained a staggering five pounds of sugar
Animated: The youngster finished school then changed for the bargain hunt
All the world's a stage: She just can't stop performing
And this week's episode was no different as June shared her secret sugary lemonade concoction recipe.
'The secret is a lot of sugar and a lot of lemon juice. The lemonade has got a good five pounds of sugar and like 2 gallons of lemon juice,' she said.
Meanwhile, the patriarch of the family, David Michael 'Sugar Bear' Thompson is on crutches after sustaining an injury 'mud boggin', which is driving a car quickly through mud according to
'Come on, mommy!' Boo Bo pulled her mother in excitement after finishing school for the day
Injured: Honey Boo Boo's father Mike has picked up an injury
Since premiering on August 8, the show has attracted millions of viewers and its August 29 installment attracted nearly 3 million viewers, eclipsing every network's coverage of the Republican National Convention and Paul Ryan's speech.
Each episode follows Alana and her unapologetically outrageous family.