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Leah’s moderator comes back and tells Leah that she didn’t meet their minimum requirements for entrance to their school, but not to worry… they are going to look into lowering those standards so they can accept her… and guess what? They accepted her… She’s going to school and she’s “off to a great start”. Um, no she’s not, she’s off to a horrible start… Plus, she got in because they changed the rules.
We’ve never seen a score this low. Can you tie your own shoes?
We think you may be borderline retarded. We don’t want a lawsuit. You’re in.
She calls her mom to tell her she got accepted. What a crock. I’m embarrassed for the school. And for Ali. She deserves better. Aleeah will be on the pole, but I have high hopes for Ali.
I got in, but I can’t figure how to get back out to my car.
Corey has the girls and his house looks awful. I’m talking food all over the floor, awful… it’s a little gross. He needs a good woman (read, maid). Leah has decided she needs a new look for school so she goes to get her hair did… and boy did it get did. It’s not bad… better than the fried bleach look… but she could probably afford a doublewide for the cost of all the new extensions.
Five second rule.
I got extensions to match my roots.
She and Kayla talk about school and wonder if there will be any cute guys there. (At nursing school?) Leah says she’s getting to the point with Corey that maybe it wasn’t meant to be. (Wasn’t their divorce last week?) Anyway, she waxes eloquent about how they share these two amazing little girls, but, more importantly, some guy has friend requested her on Facebook and he’s cute…
I hear you’re easy… I mean single.
You’re right. I’m easy… I mean single.
They think he looks like Lance Bass (so gay?). She messages him to find out who he is and he responds that he’s friends with her ex, Corey. So she accepts his friend request. Yep! Great idea.
Jenelle is walking out of jail and voiceovers that she “knows a woman that’s a bail bondsman” and that she will post her bond if Jenelle can find someone to sign for her. Thankfully, Tori is desperate for some airtime and agrees to vouch for Jenelle. They meet with the bondsman and agree to $200/month payments. If she doesn’t make the payments or show up to court, Tori will be on the line for $10,000. (This will be important later.)