Woops. Total ‘tard.
and, like… he’s retarded.
I was surprised that Jenelle and her new boyfriend and BFF were all at the house to pick up Jace. They seem to have a fun day at the aquarium and this poor guy probably thinks that Jenelle is a normal teen mom, who’s got a shot in life. Oh Josh… you’ll see soon. Jenelle says she likes having Jace without her mom around and Josh tells her that she should be thankful that her mom was there to help her. Jenelle said she was thankful, but that her mom didn’t know how to praise her.
No Jace, you can’t go play with that normal family ahead of us.
I think Jace is holding the ‘tards hand to keep him from running into the street.
Jenelle tells her mom about Josh and how he was good with Jace and that he has a job and Barbara is happy for her. She reminds Jenelle not to show him her bad side. (I can’t wait until she does.) Jenelle and Josh go bowling and continue to talk about their similar pasts… he even promises not to bring weed around her. Oh yay! This is going the way I thought it would.
I thought I smoked pot, but it was oregano.
Did anyone else see the Always Sunny in Philly where Dee dated a retarded guy?
Jenelle is ready to introduce her mom to Josh, and then I hear the words I’ve been waiting to hear when she voiceovers that she’s in a bad mood and she thinks it’s because she’s off her meds. Yippee!!! Josh arrives and does a good job answering Barb’s questions while Jenelle pouts in a corner. He asks Jenelle if they are still taking Jace to –inaudible– and she says she doesn’t know. Josh says Jace will have fun, and Jenelle says she knows that but that she won’t and she’ll be stuck sitting there in a bad mood. She says she’s tired, and when she’s tired she’s a raging btch. She rambles on and on about how she promised Jace but that she doesn’t know if she can do it. Barbara tells her to shut up and just leave, so she and Josh get in her car and Jace runs out and gives her a flower before she drives away.
Is my new daddy here yet?
Shhh, Jace… your mommy’s crazy is starting to show.
“Oh my gosh, mom… now I have to go smoke weed.”
I forgot my helmet at home.
Here’s some weed, mom. Smoke up!