On this week's all new "My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding" (Sun., May 6, 10 p.m. ET), TLC's look at the American gypsy subculture continues in an episode titled "14 and Looking For Mr. Right."
The episode follows Pricilla, a 14-year-old girl who is a "fully trained gypsy wife," as her family tries to find her a suitable gypsy husband. They buy her an expensive Sondra Celli dress, and plan to throw her a Halloween party to try to hook her up with a gypsy bachelor. But before that happens, Pricilla and her father go to another party, one that has a few gorger (non-gypsy) guests. The mixed-group party becomes a forum for Pricilla and her father to discuss the difference between how gypsys and gorgers dance at parties.
"You can't bring a gorger into a traveler community and expect it to go as a traveler would have it, 'cause you're gonna get that filth and that smut," her father explains.
Pricilla breaks down the varying dancing techniques. "They was dancing like gypsys ... maybe a little bit more on the edge of a stripper. What all made it trashy looking was how she was all over the boys all night. Gypsy girls, we might dance with our hips and stuff like that, we might show cleavage and skin, but you won't see anything if we bend-over, and you won't see us all over the boys -- unless you're a dirty girl."
To see more of TLC's outrageous "My Big Fat American Gypsy Wedding," tune in Sundays at 10 p.m. ET.