A Lay Lay

A Lay Lay

Lay Lay


A visitor of the site returns to find that the plants are gone. The plants have died and their locations are unknown. The visitor turns to find their child and imagines they are trying to soothe the most irate baby they have ever seen. They held the lifeless plant in their hands and felt the loss of it in their hearts. Then, wham.


After Lay Lay insults Trish's dinner, she and Sadie have to clean the dishes. Sadie then teaches Lay Lay about little white lies, such as the family praising "Trish's Dishes" when in reality they don't like them. Lay Lay takes the white lie up to extreme when she says that Trish's Dishes should be made everyday, which prompts Sadie and Lay Lay to make their own dinner, with disastrous results. Meanwhile, Marky and Bryce tries to make money from selling burger mugs to Woody (Ishmel Sahid).

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That Girl Lay Lay is an American comedy television series created by David A. Arnold that premiered on Nickelodeon on September 23, 2021. The series stars That Girl Lay Lay, Gabrielle Nevaeh Green, Tiffany Daniels, Thomas Hobson, Peyton Perrine III, and Caleb Brown. (Source:

On March 18, 2021, That Girl Lay Lay was ordered to series by Nickelodeon for 13 episodes, set to star Alaya High, who is otherwise known as Lay Lay. The series was created by David A. Arnold, who also serves as showrunner, and is produced by Will Packer Productions. Production for the series began in summer 2021. David A. Arnold, Will Packer, Carolyn Newman, John Beck, and Ron Hart serve as executive producers. (Source: en.wikipedia.org)



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