Sorry, I must have fallen asleep and had a pleasant dream.
Butch didn’t come home last night and Tyler is rightfully pissed. They locked him out and Tyler’s mom is glad they did that. She’s pissed the kids gave up a baby for adoption because they weren’t ready for that responsibility, but now they’re having to parent their own father.
Back in Florida, Maci’s chatting it up about Dalis with her coven of bitches. They interview her about Dalis or any other potential step-mothers for Bentley. I’m not quite sure what she’s trying to say. She says that when she’s around, she should be the #1 mom and when she’s not there, the step-mother should be #1. But, that no one will ever be better than or above her. I can’t believe she is even having this…oh, who am I kidding? This is expected of the idiot.
They ask her if she thinks Dalis will show up during the photo op and she says she had better not. Don’t get too excited, Maci dear.
Tool Boy picks up Farrah for their date. They are going to some restaurant on the water. Tool Boy asks Farrah if she likes Florida better than Iowa. She says that people are too chill here in Florida. Of course you’d find that annoying. You’d find the Publisher’s Clearinghouse showing up at your front door with a giant check for $2M annoying. She walks off to check up on Sophia and the sitter sounds annoyed that she’s interrupting her putting Sophia down for bed.
Tool Boy asks her about what she’s going to do on her first lazy day with Sophia at the sitter’s. She says that she’ll work and he wonders why she would choose to work instead of relax. Well, sir, don’t believe a word she says. She doesn’t work, so I don’t know how she’s going to manage that. Maybe by “work” she means she’ll work on ruining that poor little puppy dog’s life before she inevitably drops him off in a field with a knapsack. She’s (guess what??) annoyed that TB is telling her she needs to find some time to relax. He doesn’t understand responsibility. Yeah, I’m sure a guy who runs his own business doesn’t understand responsibility. Even if his “own business” is dealing drugs, he at least knows he has a responsibility to get the fix to his patrons so they’ll keep coming back. She’s very condescending, which is not at all surprising. I just wonder why someone who has no talent, no intelligence, no love, no friends, and no job feels they have a right to be condescending. TB is playing it cool, so that a little less toolish of a reaction than I expected. Most tools would just tell her she’s an uptight bitch and walk off.
Violet! You’re turning Violet, Violet!
Back at Seasons, Gary’s friend is watching Leah while Gary and Amber go to therapy with JJ. Amber wants to work on trust the most. She wants Gary to understand that she’s not the same person he remembers from 4 weeks ago. Just because you’re all drugged up doesn’t mean you’ve changed. In fact, that makes you exactly the same.
Gary’s happy that Amber is supposedly sober. JJ wants to know if they’re able to both commit to getting better and not fighting all the time. Gary, of course, brings up that one time that Amber went out with another guy during one of the million times they broke up. He says that he wears his heart on his sleeve and that he is still very hurt by her seeing someone else. Oh, boo hoo, Gary. I’m shocked she still loves you. Your personality sucks, you’re massive, you blame all of your problems on Amber, and you’re a passive instigator. I don’t see a single thing to love about you. Give the girl a break.
She tells him that it’s bullshit that he wears his heart on his sleeve, tells him “fuck you”, and storms off. Gary, being the douche he is, responds by saying “here we go!” Argh! I have some sympathy for Amber, because her parents were terrible and that will screw up anyone and they have no way of avoiding it. Gary’s just a fat asshole.
“Come on, Amber. Sit down. I know he smells like jerky and cheese whiz, but he’s the father of your child.”