She says that she has a car payment, a house payment, and she has to pay her lawyer. Well, try to stay out of trouble. I don’t have lawyers to pay, because I choose to not go to jail. Also, most of America has car and house payments and most of America does not bring in hundreds of thousands of dollars to be a bad mom on TV.
These cooking classes are NECESSARY. Leah’s going to have to learn to cook for me when I get too fat to get up off the couch.
I can’t wait for all of these Teen Mom assholes to get real jobs for the first time in their lives. Except Cate and Ty, of course. At least they try to pretend they’re not getting MTV money. Even Kyle and Ryan can’t pretend.
Ty tells Cate about Kim having a hard time with the adoption. Ty thinks that they should have her talk to Dawn, but I’m thinking maybe they should talk to a LCSW? Maybe that’s what Dawn is, but if she’s not…
Maci asks Bentley who he wants to invite to the birthday party. She lists everyone out for Bentley and he, as a 3 year old does, says, “Yes” to everything. He first calls his grandparents, which is a fabulous idea to call them before calling Ryan. She explains to Kyle in not so many words that she set this up for failure so that she can tell Bentley what an asshole his father is for not coming to his birthday party. Way to make yourself even more unlikeable, Maci.
Unfortunately, Gary feels the need to wear the annoying orange shirt again while he takes Leah to her first day of class. Amber picks Leah up from preschool and plays with her until nighttime when she has to take her back to Gary’s. When they get there, Leah immediately starts crying, but Amber says she’s just tired. When Amber goes to tell her goodbye, Leah starts asking her to stay.
A mother only an unwitting child could love.
Gary tries to distract Leah so Amber can leave, but Leah says, “I need you!” Gary says that she’s right. I honestly think that Leah needs to be away from both of them. Amber tries to leave, but Gary doesn’t get up and grab Leah who’s clinging to Amber’s leg. As Gary finally comes to pull her away, Amber cusses that this is exactly what CPS wants. Way to go out on a high note, Amber.
Debra goes out shopping so that Farrah can have her last bit of alone time with Sophia before they go back to Omaha. They arrive at a park with a sign that says no dogs allowed. They’ve brought along that poor, unfortunate soul Stitch who I’m going to adopt along with Leah. Farrah says, “I’m sure somebody’s probably going to be a bitch and say no dogs allowed, so I’ll just pick this little mutt up.” Yeah, what a bitch all enforcing rules which are clearly posted. She never misses an opportunity to show the world what a wretched person she is.