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You haven’t said a word about my new tan.
Who did you go tanning with? Slo Jo?
Kailyn is lonely but she (read, MTV) digs up a few friends to go out to a Japanese steakhouse. Only one of the girls talks to her about Jordan and Isaac and Slo Jo. It’s really weird. Like I swear these girls don’t know Kailyn AT ALL. Kailyn just keeps rambling on and on and I feel so bad, because she really might not have ANYONE in her life.
Woo-hoo. It’s so awesome to be out on the time.
I don’t know who you are?
The hostess told me I had to sit with you.
Kailyn and Jordan have plans to meet for dinner to talk about their future. I think Kailyn definitely was planning to tell him she needed more time. BUT… when she arrives, he’s not there and so she calls him and he tells her he’s not going to make it. Apparently he’s decided to hang out with another girl. Kailyn is (rightfully) pissed that he didn’t call and tell her he was coming, but then it seems like as soon as she realized he was moving on to greener pastures, she wanted him back.
That’s what she said.
That’s what he said.
That’s what she said.
Yeah, no. It’s really not complicated.
They do a passive-aggressive dance and then he hangs up.
Jenelle is trying to get along with her mom because it’s almost Jace’s birthday. She voiceovers that she hasn’t heard from Jace’s dad for over a year. She meets up with her friend, Tori, and tells her that she’s going to write a letter to her parole officer, begging her not to put her in jail. Her friend is actually legit helpful and offers to make a pact with Jenelle that they’ll both quit smoking weed. Jenelle’s hair looks awful, that I barely noticed how awful Tori’s hair looked. They shake on their pact.
Look, we’re pothead twins.
I’m totally stoned right now.
Jenelle finished her summer classes and is getting ready for fall semester. Her mom and Jace come in her room and Jenelle reads the letter she is writing her parole officer. It sounds sincere and Barbara has the wherewithal not to laugh in her face. I wouldn’t have been as nice.