Ashley rips into Debra about her being ungrateful while being in someone else’s home. Debra says it’s against her religion to engage in this behavior and simultaneously every viewer cocks their head and furrows their brow at this statement. Ashley says she has no religion, because she’s a “satanic fucking psycho bitch”. Holy cow. I really want to know what’s happened for Debra to earn this. I don’t like her at all. I’m thankful that my mom is my mom and not Debra. But, honestly, I haven’t seen her do anything warranting that. We need someone to do an expose on this family so we can get the real deal and stop hypothesizing.
Ashley says that she and Farrah’s lives are screwed up because Debra doesn’t know how to be a parent. Thank God no one is in that restaurant. Could you imagine having a scene like that unfold when you’re at a nice dinner?
Ashley goes to see Farrah in the toilet. She says she’s trying to pull herself together instead of being angry. I didn’t know you had an emotion other than anger. Sophia tells Farrah to stop, but Farrah’s response is to blame her yelling on Debra. Now THAT’S good parenting if I ever saw it.
Back in Cooterville, Ryan’s bitching to his mom about the preschool thing. His mom wonders why Bentley needs to go to preschool when he’s only 2 ½ and not 4. Gee, why start education and socialization so early? This is why your son walks around like a fucking cretin at 20 years old. Good parenting, yet again. She thinks that the time Bentley spends at preschool on one of Ryan’s days should be made back up with some of Maci’s time. I love how these people are all good about getting on the same page for the child’s welfare rather than their own. Oh, wait…
Ryan continues the backwards argument of him not needing preschool. Yeah, I’m totally sure you weren’t in remedial classes in school. Maybe if your parents didn’t wipe your ass for you years beyond what is normal, you wouldn’t be such a dipshit.
I can read books that have words AND pictures! I’s be smart, mawma!
Amber is in her hypnotherapy session in a shed. I’m sure this guy is pissed off that there are cameras present. I’m a total skeptic, so this is just laughable to me. Every time he asks her a question, he snaps his fingers. He finds that she’s unconsciously looking for a fight wherever she goes, because she’s looking for Amber. This is all due to the pain of her dad blaming the loss of her sister on her.
I wonder if this guy performs illegal abortions on a dirty table in his spare time.
Ty meets up with Butch for dinner. Butch is all excited about the end of parole so he can see April. Ty says that it’ll work unless he does something stupid. They reminisce over the frequency of collect calls from the joint. Ty tries to give him a pep talk about being extra careful. Poor Ty. It’s just not going to happen.