Kailyn is talking to a friend about her relationship with her mom. Kailyn’s mom has basically cut herself out of Kailyn’s life. Kailyn says her mom is dead to her. She hasn’t heard from her or seen her in almost one year. I don’t know who this random friend is. We’ll call her Megan. Kailyn says she knows how to parent by just doing the opposite of what her mom would do. Kailyn’s too smart for this show. She says that her mom used a leave her at friends’ houses for three days at a time. Her mom and I have similar parenting styles. Kailyn says her mom is missing the greatest time of Isaac’s life and five years from now he won’t remember her. Five years from now we won’t remember you either, Kailyn. Sorry, not sorry.
Thanks for listening to me, random woman.
Jenelle is meeting with her attorney. I almost forgot about him. They are dressed in matching orange shirts. His name is Dustin Sullivan and he welcomes Jenelle back to North Carolina. He wants to hear how her rehab went. She said she stayed locked up in her room because they wouldn’t wean her off weed. He asked how long it’s been since she smoked weed. She said for five weeks. We all know that’s not true. He asks Jenelle if she has a desire to smoke. She said no, that she is keeping herself busy. What a crock. He tells her the final court date is right before the end of her summer term at school. He encourages her to stay focused and sober. She says she will. He says she’s grown up a lot. We all know that’s not true. He must not see the heroine needle sticking out of her purse. Oh Dustin, you’re so naïve. Dr. Drew says that Jenelle tried her hardest to stay off drugs. Dr. Drew, you have zero credibility when it comes to sobriety. Shall we make a list of the dead?
So, when did you last smoke pot?
You mean before today?
Chelsea is meeting up with her friend, Landon, to learn more about the hairstyling industry. (You cut, you style, you blow dry.) Landon is all pierced up with all his feathers in tact and his mohawk looking ridiculous. She and her friend are wearing almost matching animal print shirts with matching feathers. These kids deserve each other. No sign of Aubree yet. We get to hear Landon’s story of how he became a hairstylist. I’m fairly certain what he’s curling on Chelsea’s head is not hair. It is so gross, but he tells her that she could be her own boss. She is so excited about getting into hairstyling. Chelsea loves what he did with her hair; I have no idea what’s going on. I guess scenes like this don’t really deserve to see the light of day.
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