Well, the upside is that MTV and Chelsea Houska aren’t 100% responsible for the death of the world’s cutest dog… the downside is that the world’s cutest dog is no longer with us. RIP Sweet Frankie!
We start with Jenelle on the phone with Amber, talking about her break-up with Josh. She wants to stay at Amber’s house because she doesn’t want to move back home. Thankfully, Amber’s husband has recently taken a hike, so Amber and her baby boy need a roommate. They discuss that Amber’s current trailer isn’t big enough, so they should look for a 3 bedroom. Jenelle thinks it’ll look good to the courts if she’s living with another single mom. I think they’d be more impressed if she cut out all the shty behavior. Apparently Barb likes Amber, so that’s a plus of Jenelle getting more access to Jace.
Feathers are one thing… a dead bird is a whole other thing.
They use the term “house” very loosely.
Whenever you feel bad about yourself…
Find an even more pathetic friend.
Jenelle meets up with her mom and Jace at the pier so she can tell her that she and Josh have broken up and that she’s moving. Again. Jenelle makes it sound like she had some long-term love affair with him, but we know it was like 2 weeks. Barb isn’t upset about the break-up and she’s not upset about Jenelle finding a place with Amber. Jenelle says that Amber understand her terms of probation and they agree that this might be a good fit. Jenelle wants to know if Barb will let her watch Jace more, and Barb is, ONCE AGAIN, agreeable… once she sees the place. Barb asks if this means that she has to help Jenelle move again. She does. And I’m voting it won’t be the last time.
Nothings going to slow me down.
Jenelle, Amber, and Jace go house-hunting and find a cute, older house. I like it, but the realtor kept going on and on about the back yard and when they got there, I was less than impressed. The rent is $775 and the girls are excited. I wonder if Victoria’s Secret Pink somehow sponsors Jenelle, because it is ALL she wears.
How is this only $775 a month?
It’s moving day and Barb loves the house. She’s so happy and helpful and Mike is nice and the world is finally looking up for Jenelle. Until the next day. Jenelle and Amber are talking and Jenelle has decided that she needs to drop out of school. She says that with the whole “Josh-thing” and having to unpack, she just doesn’t have time for school. And even though she will lose all her money and not get any credits, it’s the right decision. She doesn’t know how Barb will take it, but I am willing to bet that Barb will be thrilled. Could the Josh break-up have been that bad? Can unpacking 13 pairs of sweats and 3 sweatshirts take that long? Why can’t she just stick to the ONE thing she is doing right?