Corey and Leah are back together and moving into a new home. They found a nice grey double wide by the water and they couldn’t be happier.
We still don’t know what’s wrong with Ali because she’s too young for an MRI and all the scary possibilities are obviously causing a lot of stress for Leah. But at least she has Corey and they are both trying to make it work for the sake of their daughters. Leah’s mom thinks they’re moving too fast, but as Leah pointed out, they already have two children together so it’s a little late to be worrying about that now. I hope these two can make it work, but the preview for next week shows them fighting again already.
Jo wants to get back with Kailyn, although I can’t imagine why. When Jo asked her to go somewhere with him so they could talk, he said sarcastically that he would let her treat him to dinner and she responded as if he had asked her to throw her baby out the window. She lives in his house and he’s helping her pay for college, the least she could do is buy the kid a hamburger. She tells him that she still loves him, but her tone and facial expressions suggest otherwise.
Jo admits that he was jealous when she was dating the pizza boy, and she admits that she may have dated the guy just so she coud add “spiteful” to her long list of glowing personality traits. I was feeling a little bad for her last week, but now I remember why I can’t stand her.
There is no point to even write anything about Chelsea. We all already know exactly where her story line is headed. I predicted in the beginning that Adam was going to move in and that it would all end in disaster. The first part of my prediction came true last night, and I expect to see the second half manifest itself in the coming weeks.
Not only does Chelsea allow Adam to move into the house her father pays for without expecting him to contribute to the bills, she decides it would be a good idea to keep the whole living situation a secret. When her father comes over to help her fix the air conditioner, that little snake Adam slithers out of the house without even looking in her father’s direction. Chelsea doesn’t seem to have a problem with this, but since she doesn’t demand respect for herself then I guess we can’t expect her to demand it for her father either. I love Chelsea’s dad. He’s such a sweet heart. But his pushover attitude is only enabling Chelsea’s idiotic behavior.
Janelle met a boy named Keiffer. He seems like a nice kid, but he didn’t graduate high school, doesn’t have a job, and is pretty much a vagrant who walked into town with nothing but what he could fit in his back pack. Not exactly what Janelle needs in her life. Surprisingly, Barbara responded pretty well to meeting Keiffer for the first time, but I suspect that’s because she’s only a bully to people she can push around.
Janelle didn’t bother wasting too much time getting to know the kid before they took their relationship to the next level. When Barbra see’s the hickeys on Janelle’s neck she screamed “Nice job Janelle, you got hickeys all ova ya neck like a lil – “ and I swear she would have finished that sentence with “whore” if the cameras hadn’t been there. Then she proceeded to feed baby Jace while telling him what a horrible person his mother is. They have a word for that, it’s called parental alienation, and it will make good evidence for Janelle when she decides to get custody of her son back.
As Janelle was leaving the house Barbra reminds her multiple times not to speed – but not because it’s dangerous, because there are cameras on the street and she doesn’t want her to get a ticket. Nice. Barbra is not a caretaker, she is a prison warden. She won’t let Janelle take Jace out of the house, but I don’t think she ever takes him outside either. He seems to be permanently sitting by the front door waiting for his moment to escape.