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Previously on Teen Mom, Farrah is a nutjob and a crappy mom, Maci and Ryan are idiots, and Gary and Amber are terrible parents. I’m sure none of this will change over the course of the final two episodes. I could be wrong, but I’m never wrong soooo…
Maci and Kyle talk about their birthday party for Bentley and…OK who called it a couple of weeks ago?…Maci chooses Pump It Up. For those of you without kids, that’s the single place that all uncreative parents go for their young child’s birthday party. They discuss what’s better for Bentley – two separate birthday parties that are segregated or at least one birthday party where everyone is there.
Kyle, continually proving to be the least mentally impaired of this particular bunch, thinks she should ask Ryan if he’d be game to go to the Pump It Up party with his parents so that everyone can be there for Bentley at one time. Maci thinks the problem is Dalis. Yeah, she’s a big part of it, but I think Ryan and his parents are also a big problem. Particularly his mom. Kyle thinks everyone needs to stop making this about them and realize it’s all about Bentley. Why isn’t HE Bentley’s father? And mother? I think he’d be pretty good.
Farrah comes home to Debra and Sophia. Farrah tells Debra that everything was fine when they went to hang out with his friends, but Daniel was walking around talking on his phone, all angry, and ignoring her. For those of us who have read the interviews regarding this Austin trip from both Daniel and Farrah know the truth. Between their dinner together and the meetup with Daniel’s friends, Daniel pulled her aside and told her this wasn’t going to work out and that he wasn’t going to be going back to Florida with her. But, Farrah can’t be Farrah without completely ignoring the fact that she’s walking talking Satan and Debra points out that Daniel’s behavior is classic “anger management situation”. What?! Oh girl. I know people who need or have required anger management and that is so not even close.
Farrah tells her that his friend came up to her and said that she needs to talk to Daniel and work out their problems. She said that she didn’t even have a problem. That’s because your DILLUSIONAL! Farrah says that she’s not playing games, because she has Sophia. Debra says that Farrah is special and deserves a special boy. With my sophomoric sense of humor, I had to chuckle at that one. What’s with these two calling her dates “boys”? Why not “guy” or “man”? Maybe that’s the problem with Daniel. He acted more like a man than a boy. I love how she conveniently leaves out the entire trip-worth of nagging about marriage after 6 weeks of dating.
Ty goes to pay his momma, Kim, a visit. Momma Kim tells him that she’s going to need to start seeking therapy of the Carly situation, because she didn’t except to be kept away from her for so long.