I’ve had sex with 5 guys behind this tree.
I’ve only had 4.
Later that day, she calls Corey to let him know about Jeremy. Corey says it’s cool and that he remembers him, but he’d like to meet him again if he’s gonna be around the girls. Corey is completely find with it and Leah tries to stir up drama by saying she’s worried it’ll be awkward and asks if he heard about the fact that she’s dating from anyone else. No Leah, the world doesn’t completely revolve around you. He tells her he hadn’t heard anything and she asks if he’s dating and he says he’s dated a few girls.
Hey Corey, just wanted to see if you wanted to talk about me for a while.
End of convo. Once it’s not about Leah she loses interest.
Chelsea is depressed so her friend tells her she needs some help, so Chelsea decides to spend some more of daddy’s money and get therapy. I’ll give her therapy… It will involve an ass—whipping and an eye-opening. Chelsea says that everyone in her family has depression. Fun bunch. Aubree is reading a self-help book in the corner. The ladies decide to try food therapy.
“Anyone seen a brush?”
“I don’t even have a toothbrush”.
Aubree thinks she’s sending out an email asking for a brush. And a bath.
Chelsea must still be working with food therapy, because she and Aubree and Chelsea’s mom are eating out to talk about therapy. Her mom is all for it (more money out of Randy’s pocket). Chelsea says that she’s sick of everyone always thinking that her mood swings revolve around Adam. She has other problems. Like Adam. And then she has to deal with other things. Like Adam. So it’s decided… she’s a nutter.
We all know this is on Randy’s dime.
Grandma, why do you have a nose ring?
Orange Chelsea and her matching orange car get to the shrink’s office. She says she’s skeptical. They talk about Adam and what she liked about him and that he was a jerk. She pretends that she’s trying to stay away from Adam because Aubree is growing up and can talk. She doesn’t mention that if Adam called, she’d be out of that office in 2 seconds. They go into the blame the parents divorce thing, which I find a little numbing, because I think she’s spoiled, not vulnerable. The therapist wants to work on building Chelsea up and getting her some boundaries. She’s given homework to google “boundaries” to learn about it. She’ll probably come back next week with a chain link fence.