"My mom is, like, extra-hippie — takes it to another level," Lydia says of Judy on Hulu.
"She just marches to the beat of her own drum — not even her own drum, her own musical harp," she continues. No arguments here.
And what exactly is that "fairy dust" stuff that we see Judy tossing on just about anyone she meets? We're still not sure, but we do know that it's not easy to get.
"She went to a fairy farm — I don't even know what that means — but it's some magical place in the woods, and you can buy fairy dust," Lydia reveals.
"She just buys, like, [vats] of it every time she goes down there," she continues. But who doesn't buy their fairy dust in bulk?
Lydia appears to be a good sport about her mom's affinity for sprinkling it around, but Lydia herself doesn't get its appeal.
"I'm not a believer in the fairy dust," she says. Don't let your mom hear you say that, Lydia!
Needless to say, Lydia concludes: "There is nobody in the whole world like my mom — she is one of a kind."
Y'know, usually we think calling someone "one of a kind" is somewhat cliche, but in the case of Judy, there's really no other way to put it!
Still, we love that Lydia and Judy are so close, despite their differences. Have a happy Mother's Day, you two!