And then Adam…sniff…Aubree misses him…sniff…I’m selling myself short…sniffffff
Just kidding. No one is shocked.
More stuff about Adam. Ugh, when will the madness end???
So Chelsea and Adam don’t talk much since he got into a fight with Papa Randy. She calls him and is like, “Omg, I need my Adamboo!” and he said that it isn’t working out and she has her dad to thank for it. Cue the weird music and Chelsea’s raccoon eyes as she boo hoos over this and the rest of us are getting up for snacks.
Chelsea goes running to daddy and tells him that he got too involved. I love how she blames other people for Adam’s douchebaggery. Randy goes on and on about how Adam never chipped in for the bills or anything, and Chelsea is all, “I just think someday he’s gonna grow up.” She ends up agreeing with him that she should maybe move on for Aubree’s sake. Hallelujah!
WARNING!!!!!!!! Adam without his shirt!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! *covers eyes* Adam is telling his tattoo artist (because he can afford tattoos and not bills) that he loves the single life at night and is done with Chelsea.
Meanwhile, Chelsea is studying for her GED, but can’t focus because she’s still smitten over Adam. (In other news, Chelsea got a new puppy since she was feeling lonely. Her friend about the dog: “He’s a lot cuter.” HAHAHA. I love that.)
When Chelsea has to take her GED the next day, she can’t get out of bed because she was mooning over Adam all night. Her friend tells her that it’s better for Aubree to be in a healthy environment instead of having a screwed up family. Can I get an AMEN???
Leah is all excited about starting school and about Husband #2 (Jeremy) that she has started talking to.
Leah rambles on and on about how she always gets serious and doesn’t want someone else to hurt her. Earth to Leah: STOP GETTING SO SERIOUS THEN! I guess it’s too late for that though. Anyway, her and her newest heartthrob set up a date.
Leah and Jeremy end up going Go-Kart racing or something (don’t hate me, I don’t really know what they’re doing, haha. Looks like Go-Karts though.) Jeremy reminds me an awful lot of Corey. They both have trucks and both need subtitles. Leah should run away fast.
Leah starts nursing school and misses her girls, and feels weird not knowing anyone at school. When she’s ready to feel sorry for herself, she gets flowers delivered to her at the school. Guess who they’re from? Yep. Loverboy.
Jordan doesn’t trust Kailyn because she cheated on him with Jo, which is always a good basis for a relationship. Kail admits to her friend that she wants to ditch Jordan sometimes to hang out with her friends and her friend says that Kail has never been single and, hey! Maybe she should try it sometime. Kail is very hesitant. It appears she needs a man in her life to not feel lonely.
When Kail calls Jordan later to tell him she’s going out with friends, he gives her the third degree about who she’s going out with, which she isn’t too happy about. Later on, she tells Jordan that they rushed into getting back together and that she wants to be apart for awhile so she can focus on Isaac and school. She pretty much breaks up with him without breaking up with him. She says she won’t change her status on Facebook and he says he won’t either. WELL, THANK GOODNESS FOR THAT! That Facebook status pretty much tells you everything you need to know! (As a side note, how annoying are those people who change their relationship status every couple of days? Geesh.)
After a night out with friends, she was supposed to meet up with Jordan, but he said he’s hanging out with some girl and can’t meet up with her after all. Kail freaks on him and he ends up hanging up on her after saying she’s the one who wanted a break.
Jenelle wants to write a letter to her probation officer saying she won’t smoke anymore and, if she does, she can lock her up. Not only that, but Jenelle and her friend, Tori, make a pact not to smoke weed anymore. (And we all know how that turns out, ahem.)
Jenelle reads the letter to The Babs, but I have to admit my mind started wandering. Jenelle reads in such a monotone. But she basically says that she won’t smoke weed anymore.
It’s Jace’s 2nd birthday and Jenelle shows up with a present and then she talks to Jace about how his dad missed his birthday…again. This is only like the second time they ever mentioned Andrew and it just seems so awkward and out of place when they do.
Later, Attorney Dustin calls Jenelle and says that the probation officer is giving Jenelle another chance. He tells her to be on her best behavior. Easier said than done, Dustin. Easier said than done.