Hola Gasmii! This week we get to see June’s “forklift foot.” As promised, I won’t be posting a picture of it here. But, I will say, it wasn’t as gross as I was expecting. Don’t get me wrong, it was totally gross, but I think I expected much much worse.
We pick up where we left off last week with Anna being taken to by ambulance to the hospital. I love how June is totally in charge during this whole scenario. She is giving orders from the front seat of the ambulance and I once again see the determination in her eyes.
TLC plays this one just right you guys. The footage that we see appears to be shot by a handheld. I assume that they didn’t want to pay a production/camera crew to be at the hospital all night in case something happened. They saved money AND they got some great scenes of the family just being their lovable selves. They are totally playing the Andy Cohen Pimp game better than even Andy.
Back up off my game bitches!
Is it weird that I love how Macon is the Big City for them? I went to college in Macon and if you have ever been there, you know exactly why I giggle every time the family heads there for a big event. Remind me to tell you about the time I met Phaedra from RHOA before she became a Real Housewife – we attended the same college there.
Anna is totally out of it and is asking if she can have a bath because she stinks and has stuff on her stomach. June is trying to reassure her that this discomfort is a part of being pregnant. I’m confused about this disappearing/reappearing thing on the inset of June’s right eye. Is it a stye gone wrong? Did she scratch herself? Is it contagious? This is why my parents hated taking and/or letting us go to water parks. There are just too many variables.
Should we be worried that she went to a water park with that on her face?
Anna is being released. She is prescribed bed rest and the family loads up to head home again. You can see that they are exhausted, but TLC, like Joe Jackson, has to make that money, so we get the family’s perspective on Anna’s almost delivery of baby Kaitlyn. Chubs was worried that Anna might deliver at home and didn’t want to deal with that mess. Everyone pretty much agrees that they aren’t ready for a premature delivery.
Chubbs is especially expressive about her opinion.
Alana is “checking on” Anna and Kaitlyn. And tells June that Anna says they are feeling better and she doesn’t know when Kaitlyn is going to come out. June says that they have to keep Kaitlyn baking for a few more weeks, and Alana thought she said bacon and the look of confusion on her face is so adorable.
“Is Mama planning to eat Kaitlyn?”