Finally a fairly fun episode from the Teen Moms. And by fun, I mean dysfunctional. There wasn’t a slacker among them. Each girl did something uniquely depressing (read, funny) and kept me entertained. Okay, maybe not Kailyn, but she did appear to get some sun.
So, let’s start, my friends…
We start out with Kailyn and her friend going to meet with Kailyn’s attorney. She needs to meet with her attorney about the protection order she filed against Slo Jo. She’s starting to regret filing against him because she’s worried that it will make her and Slo Jo hate each other. Ya think? She also has finals next week, so she’s a little stressed out. I’m still not convinced that Slo Jo was totally at fault here. When they get to her attorney’s office she brings Isaac into the room with them, but the attorney wisely suggests that Kailyn’s friend takes Isaac into the lobby so that he doesn’t have to hear this discussion.
Kailyn acts all shy and calm with the lawyer, but I can’t forget the look in her eye and how quickly she started screaming and cursing at Slo Jo in front of Isaac when Slo Jo brought Vee’s letter over. Kailyn thinks that they both need to go to anger management class. At least she’s acknowledging that she does have an issue too.
Thanks for going with me. What was your name?
I’m Nikita. When do I get paid?
I wonder if anyone has told her she has birdlike features.
Chelsea is putting on makeup for her first day at Black Hills Beauty College. I have never seen her look this orange, and it is almost comical. How can I not hear the cameramen laughing at her? Aubree is really cute in the background looking like a hot mess as Chelsea says that she hasn’t heard from Adam since they had sex and that she hasn’t started her cycle yet, so she’s kind of worried that she might be pregnant. You totally know she’s hoping she is pregnant. It’s a pretty cute scene when she gets Aubree ready for school, because Aubree is clearly excited to get out from her mom’s clutches. They head off to daycare and Aubree does a great job being dropped off. I’m sure it’s hard for Chelsea, leaving Aubree for the first time. That’s never easy, I remember crying the first time I dropped my daughter off at daycare. Hell, I still cry when she leaves for college every fall.
Aubree is really starting to grow on me. She’s very smart and well-spoken. Definitely smarter than her mom, but it does show that Chelsea must spend a lot of time talking and reading to her. On the other hand she doesn’t spend a lot of time cleaning her house. I have never seen so many clothes on a floor in my life. And she just leaves all of her dresser drawers hanging open. That’s a total pet peeve of mine. CLOSE THE DRAWERS! I also notice when she’s pulling out of her garage in her orange Jeep that she still has her red VW bug too. Must be nice to have two brand-new cars.