Anyway, Leah wants to know if Corey is talking to girls. He says he is. She can’t believe it and tells him that it’s too soon. He mentions that Robbie has probably stopped by a few times. Boom! The girls are both crying for attention and Corey can’t deal with Leah. He looks sad. But if I was in that house with two screaming toddlers, I would be sad too. And what girl is gonna wanna come hang out with him anyway? He needs to make a fake profile and get on the show, Catfish. Because his reality is kind of depressing.
Look daddy, I’m trying to plank.
Look at her, what a mess… and I have the syndrome?
Robbie’s here, but it doesn’t feel right unless I’m cheating.
I wish Robbie would come over here. I’m lonely.
Kailyn and Isaac meet with Jordan at a park. Isaac runs off to play and Jordan looks less dud-ish and a lot more confident. He tells her that no matter what, he’ll always be there for her and that she’s done a great job even without her mom. It’s a nice chat and they decide to give it another shot. I’m happy for them because I don’t think Kailyn has anyone else to talk to and as long as Jordan doesn’t put on that baby Halloween costume again this year, I feel like I can respect him.
Finally, a real friend for Kailyn.
Finally, real hair on a Teen Mom.
Finally, a bathed and clothed toddler.
Chelsea got Aubree all dolled up for the party…oh wait, no she didn’t, and all the girls are on the way to her dad’s house. He’s whipped up quite a feast and is just typical Randy. Chelsea tells him that she wants to get a different job and he says that’s fine, but never to quit your current job before finding a new one. She tells him that it’s a little too late, she’s already quit. She pulls the “it’s my birthday so you can’t get mad” card. He blames her situation on the fact that she needs a GED.
He takes this moment to notice the ring on her finger. (I mean, really, this man supports you, couldn’t you have taken it off for an hour while you stuff your orange face?) She tells him it’s a promise ring from Adam and Randy continues to wonder where he went so terribly wrong with his precious horse-haired daughter. She says that it means that it means no cheating, and more honor and trying.