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Katelynn Zales attends Meadowlane Elementary School. Her older sister is Mackenzie Zales. She has also participated in the Little Miss Overland Park Tots Pageant.
At the Little Miss Overland Park Pageant in Episode 33, Her personality shows that she's really hyperactive (just like many other little kids) because she's eating lipstick and runs around with a bag on top of her head. Unlike her sister, Mackenzie, Katelynn seems to be an "outcast", shown when she has no friends at the pageant.
It is revealed in Episode 64 that she is also a member of Cheer Tots. She is most likely friends with the other members, as they seem to get along well, and are all equally weird.
Katelynn may be mentally challenged as she acts inconsequentially (like taking her clothes off at inappropriate times) and for having a taste for non-edible food. In Episode 34, When Deandra comes over to eat, She thinks that Katelynn is 2 years old because she says she had eaten too many crayons, and Deandra says that she reminds her of herself when she was 2 years old. Mackenzie then tells her that Katelynn is actually 7 years old. In Episode 38, it is noted that she had to get her stomach pumped because she ate Christmas decorations. Trisha then tells Mackenzie that Katelynn reminds Trisha of herself when she was 11. In Episode 64, she eats a roly poly, much to the dismay of Brittnay.
Katelynn also enjoys watching Shark Tank with her mother. She likes "Mr. Wonderful".
Katelynn is mostly influenced by her mom. This influence is bad because her mom uses foul language a lot. She also has a little influence from Mackenzie because their mom always leaves her with Mackenzie. She has learned from her mom that you don't let someone fuck you in the asshole, but if someone tries, you fuck them right back. She was also influenced slightly by the mall Santa, repeating a phrase he said: "Jesus, Belinda, get off my dick!"
Ugly as fuck, sorry Mack -Brittnay
- Here is a list of the non-edible things she as eaten thus far, in order: make-up, crayons, Christmas decorations, fake snow, coloured pencils, smelly markers, playing cards, and a roly-poly.