Give Goggles her glasses back.
Cut to Vee and Slo Jo having cake and some weird bakery. Vee is wearing enormous hoop earrings that I find distracting. She wants to make things better between her and Kailyn so she says that she wants to write a letter to Kailyn. Slo Jo thinks it’s a good idea. I think it’s a very mature gesture on Vee’s part. However, I don’t think it’ll go over very well. Just saying. Vee says that Kailyn is still in love with Slo Jo, Slo Jo says that he would expect nothing less. Douche much?
So, I’m thinking about writing Kailyn a letter.
I think Kailyn would love a letter from you.
Jenelle (read, Barb) has managed to schedule the paternity test for Andrew and Jace. She calls him up with the information and he agrees to go take it. He says he’s positive that he’s not the dad. He’s really weird; at the end of the conversation he calls her “baby”, and tells her to have a great night. Even Jenelle finds him weird. I can’t imagine these two together, he’s really, really creepy.
Andrew might be the worst decision she’s ever made. And she’s made some bad ones.
Jenelle has agreed to let Andrew see Jace via video chat. This is the first I’ve ever seen of him He sees Jace, waves hello to him, and then immediately says that there’s no way he’s the father because he looks nothing like Jace. Thank goodness for that. Sadly, I can’t believe the conversation they have in front of Jace. If this kid has any memory of his youth, it’s going to be very screwed up. Andrew wants to get the DNA test to prove that he is not Jace’s father so that they can move on with their lives and he can get his name off of the birth certificate. It’s just such an unhealthy scene that it makes me sad… but it isn’t Jace’s first or last unhealthy scene.
Absolutely the creepiest guy I’ve seen on this show.
Jace, say hello to your dad…
Leah voiceovers that she had a great weekend with Jeremy, but now he’s back at work for the week and she’s invited her mom over to tell her the big news. With the girls set up in their high chairs, Leah sits down with Smurfette and tells her that she has taken out her IUD. Smurfette doesn’t understand why she would do this, but I don’t think she’s near ready for the rest of the story. Her mom explains to her that she’ll probably get pregnant, but NEVER FEAR, she already is. Her mom seems slightly stunned, but she says that since Leah is almost 20 she can’t tell her what to do. I beg to differ. My daughter is 20, and I tell her what to do all the time. Granted she doesn’t do it, but I tell her. It’s my job. It’s called parenting. Smurfette sucks. Leah says that she feels like she’s ready for a baby, but she’s not sure about Jeremy. That makes sense. She says they’ll get it figured out when the baby gets here. Good plan.
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