Finally Aubree won’t have to help Chelsea study at night.
Slo Jo finally arrives to Isaac’s party and even brings a gift. I’m actually impressed that he showed up. Kailyn introduces him to Javi and he is very nice and respectful. Kailyn repeatedly says how awkward the situation is, but the only person making the scene awkward, is Kailyn. Kailyn’s hair, skin, and shirt were all the color of oatmeal; she’s just such a depressingly bland person. A little color might cheer her up.
Yeah, this looks fun.
Leah is feeling lonely and confused about her feelings towards Corey. So what’s the best thing to do when you think you’re in love with your ex-husband? Call your new fiancé of course. He picks up after a long day at work and says he’s just gotten to his motel. Sounds classy, Jeremy. She gets that same sick little smirk on her face, and says she’s so excited to have the baby, but wants to know if he still wants to have a baby. He is completely thrown off, because he doesn’t know that his fiancé is playing two men against each other. They talk for about 20 seconds and when Leah feels that he is sufficiently groveled for the honor of being the father of her third child, she tells him she’ll let him go. They hang up. And once again, Leah sleeps in full make-up.
This is what week old spray tans look like.
Is her hair sleeping next to her?
Over at Corey’s dad’s house, Corey is telling his dad that Leah is engaged and pregnant. Corey’s father, the one that looks like he could be his son, says that it seems fairly irresponsible of Leah and that she has enough obligations already. It’s nice to hear someone talk sense about Leah for a change. I think Corey really dodged a bullet. But Corey is sad, and it’s hard for me to watch a grown man well up with tears, all because a sneaky bitch like Leah is ruining his life.
Can we watch Little Bear now, dad?
Chelsea’s family is having a celebration for her passing her GED test and for getting accepted in the elite Black Beauty Hair School. It’s the first time I ever get to Daddy Houskabucks’ wife, Rita. She doesn’t say a word, but she seems very normal(ish). Chelsea’s mom, as always, has something ridiculous in her hair. I really wish that woman would dress her age and not try to look like her granddaughter. Chelsea feels good about herself, her friends and family are all proud of her, and it’s nice. Chelsea says the only thing that’s missing is Adam. She thought he would be here by now. She meant that she thought that he would stick with her throughout the process, but for a second, everyone was worried that Adam was about to show up. Don’t worry folks, Adam will never be where he needs to be.
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