Caro holds her and tells her he will say it again. I am teary even writing this. I don’t care how much I don’t like you, I never want to see anyone so deeply in pain. Ter puts on a concerned face and pretends to care. Then she wistfully tells us of the days when Nick and her baby demon seed were boyfriend/girlfriend, but now they broke up. In a tactful way, I’m sure.
Caro tells her to shut up about it or she’ll “go berserk”. “So go berserk!” squawks Ter in reply. This is where Caro insults Ter’s “Christmas pageant dress”, and Ter calls her an “old hag”. What a nice turn this discussion of a small boy’s health has taken.
Andy confirms with Ter that she didn’t know Nick had regressed, and Ter says that Jacquee didn’t want to talk about it. Then it is a fight over Jacquee only wanting to not talk about it on camera, and Ter never asking off camera.
And I am totally, totally hating Jacquee and Caro right now because now I have to admit that they handled this part with 100% class. Andy asks why Jacquee didn’t speak about it on camera previously, and she explains because they wanted to get a handle on things first and come up with a treatment plan – and that stuff really isn’t so entertaining, Andy you idiot.
He asks why she went to People, given all the fires she started over Ter’s appearances in the tabloids, and she shrugs and replies that they’re good with that sort of story, which she’s right about. She also points out that it wasn’t a story about being terrified to be poor, it was about her son’s health. Andy asks if she was paid, and she says absolutely not. Mel says that only someone like Jennifer Aniston would be paid for people. Ter suspiciously asks her how she knows.
Because I’m a pop star. Hello, on display?
So Jacquee’s been receiving a lot of public support, and one of the viewers even tweeted that “it’s people like you who give autism a voice so that we can find a cure”, and that’s true also. She says that makes her feel good. She says she’s not an expert, she’s just a parent going through it and wants to pass on what she learns. That really touches me for some reason. “You’re just a Mom,” murmurs old school Kat, who just only cares about the children.
Is there an UNATTENDED BABY at this reunion? Cause Andy’s not asking me anything.
And Caro? She smiles and cries and holds on to her sister-in-law. We see video of her talking encouragingly to Nick. And you know I can’t stand her, but I bet you Caro is the friend to have in those situations. She’s the one researching doctors for you, showering the kid with attention, telling you how beautiful he is all the time…just doing everything to make it okay. What can I say. We all have a handful of redeeming qualities. “Thank you for sharing your story,” says Andy. Jacquee yells for makeup, which is kind of cute.
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