**This Episode Is Not Currently Available** Dr. Drew hosts the cast of 'Teen Mom' on-stage in front of a live studio audience. Maci, Farrah, Catelynn and Amber reflect on the second season, and reveal what's happened since.
I dont care how much you dont like Amber every girl needs their mother and I also dont understand why people dont get that Gary is the reason for most of her probelms. I mean just because he didnt physically abused her, he abused her mentally.
so when can I see this then? netflix doesn't have it ad you can't even rent it...000a
So when can I see this then? netlix doesn't have it and can't even rent it on DVD000a
I know! Whats going on with this? Just because there are new shows doesnt mean mtv has to take the older ones off???!!! C'mon MTV!!!!
FIX THE VIDEO ISSUES!! COME ON MTV GET WITH IT
FIX THIS VIDEO!!
Someone help. I need to watch this video!! :[
When is this video going to be available again? HELP
When will this video be available again? I am trying to catch up but Netflix doesn't have this episode! I want to watch it before watching Season 3. HELP.
When will this video be available again?? I am trying to catch up but I don't want to move on to season 3 without watching this first. Netflix has all of season 2 except this episode! Help!
Now Amber is the cry baby... Farrah is not much better tho... :/ To much drama between the two.
out of all of the teen moms, I think Maci handles everything so maturely. She always wants to work things out in a civil manner and does so much for Bentley. Catelyn and Tyler did something I honestly think I could never do. Seeing your child after a year would be so bittersweet. But I'm so glad they made the decision for adoption. Amber and Gary have such a toxic relationship, it makes me worried about Leah and how she's being exposed to all of the yelling and violence. Definitely not the best environment to put a child in. As for Farrah, I find her to be extremely annoying, her crying face is horrendous and it seems like she's always playing the victim. She's so stubborn and hard headed, that's why the relationship with her mother always falters.
ok so i have tried to play the season finale episode fifty times it wont play what is goin on?
look you lil ass kids grow the hell up and stay off my posts apparently you two asses are the only ones with a damn problem how about kissing my a** stupid kids WOW
It's just like one big run on sentence. You could of atleast PRETENDED to be a little more gracefull about your responce?Obviouly you were very emotionally involved when you wrote your initial post, thus why it is a bunch of rambling. And you know what? You obviously were not writing this for you to read to yourself. Not many people are going to take your opinion seriously when you cant fabricate a proper post. also this comment right here, that im responding to. your calling other people stupid because you can't type? good job
what are you a teacher or just a miss know it all yeah i'll go with that a miss know it all
Actually, I didn't read it. That's why I suggested you use punctuation.
look all you dumb asses that can't read or understand my writing don't read my **** this goes for some dumb chick named HEATHER read something else if you don't understand my **** I understand my writing and thats all that matters OK.
Next time can you please use punctuation? That is very difficult to read.
Wow. this was very powerful. I totally agree, all though this episode is fairly old, Farrah has not changed in season 3. She gets so snippy with her mother. I could never talk to my mother like that. As for you, this comment touched me. You seem like an amazing person, im sure you are as strong as they come. These girls seem to think having a child is a walk in the park once they turn 5 or 6, but yet they do not realize how lucky they are to have healthy kids. I wish you the best. I'm sure God is with you & I really do feel for you. My grandmother had 2 children with severe mental & physical disabilities . My aunt died when she was 15 and my uncle actually died about 3 years ago. He out lived my grandma. She could never quiet grasp the fact that this was the way her son was. she had 6 other kids to take care of. She was never attentive and strong enough to take care of him so she had to put him into a home for disabled people. I give you a lot of credit for doing what you do. There is a spot in heaven for you.