“How can you be in charge? You’ve lost all your clothes.”
~Elise Ivy as Louise in Babysitting Without a Net
This immortal line comes from Louise after she and her friend Amy have finished stripping their prim and proper babysitter, Laura-Ann. It strikes at the heart of the theme of role-reversal, and the younger girls taking control of the woman who is supposed to be supervising them.
There really is a lot going on underneath this statement, such as the idea that Laura-Ann’s clothes (which were frightfully Victorian to begin with) are a symbol of her authority, and the girls undressing her was part of their scheme to be subversive of that authority. Or it could just be enjoyable to watch two beautiful young ladies completely disrobe another attractive young woman!