Um, I think you have a pair of tube socks in your hair.
All growed up.
Peace out, Rita.
Close your legs, Aubree. That’s what started this mess in the first place.
Barb and Jenelle take Jace to the park to play. They are talking about the fact that Andrew is the father, and Jenelle makes a comment that he’ll never pay child support. Barb says that she’s dead wrong, because he owes the child support to Barb, and she bets her life on the fact that she will get child support from him. If I were in a child support battle with Barb, I would pay up without a fight. She can be quite intimidating. Barb says that Janelle has come a long way this year and that she just needs to stay on track. She goes as far as telling Jenelle that she’s very proud of the things she’s done this year. Oh Barb, you’ve really won me over this year.
I miss your crazy, Barb.
Slo Jo’s family is having their own birthday party for Isaac. There’s a lot of family, and it looks nice, but it’s just a bunch of old people sitting around buying Isaac things he doesn’t need. When Slo Jo goes to take Isaac home to Kailyn’s house, Kailyn lets her fears get the best of her. She’s worried that Isaac will choose Slo Jo’s big family, over just her. She thinks that it’s all a competition and doesn’t understand that everybody can love Isaac. She’s just worried that Slo Jo’s life will appeal to Isaac and that he won’t want to stay with her. Again, this clearly goes to her not knowing what unconditional love feels like. But the cutest part of the show, is at the end, when Isaac takes a shit in his diaper and Slo Jo and Kailyn argue about who has to change him and they decide to go with rock/paper/scissor. Kailyn loses. Slo Jo suggests that they resolve all of their conflicts with rock/paper/scissors. I honestly think that’s the smartest idea I’ve ever heard anyone have on the show.
Let’s not get cocky.
Co-parenting at it’s finest.
Leah and Corey have a final twin swap in the grocery story parking lot. Leah rolls up in her new Chevy Suburban. After putting the girls in their car seats, Corey says that he will support Leah throughout her marriage and pregnancy, but wants to know if he should move on. (YES!) He asks Leah if she has moved on, and I can’t fking believe she shakes her head NO. She is such a sick bitch. I can’t imagine being Jeremy and watching all this go on while he’s out of town working his butt off for two kids that aren’t even his. It’s so sick, but she feels she can do whatever she wants whenever she wants, regardless of people’s feelings. She says it makes her feel confused. I think Jeremy needs to get a job in town, because leaving Leah to her own devices six nights a week is probably not wise.
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