Teen Mom OGSurveying the DamageSeason 7 E 26 •
In response to neighbors calling the police to complain, Catelynn and Tyler head to their old house to check out the damage done by Tyler’s sister.
S37Favorite TJ Memory
Tina, Josh, Devyn, Cory and others share their favorite memories of TJ, including his epic entrances, his maniacal laughter during trivia, and his emotional comeback from the BMX accident.
S37TJ on The Challenge: 500
TJ reveals what he does with all his downtime on location and why he has such little tolerance for quitters.
S37 • E11Aftermath - Mucus Plug
Kaycee, Tori, Cory, Ed, Logan and Kyle chat with Devyn Simone about Emanuel's drag skills, Kyle's costly Satellite Sabotage goof, and Ed's act of selflessness.
S37TJ's Past Challenge Return
TJ discusses his emotional return as host of The Challenge after going through brain surgery and how the experience reminded him to appreciate his relationship with the show.
S37The Challenge: 500 Episodes Later
TJ, Devyn, Tori, Darrell, Aneesa and others talk about beloved Challenge memories, favorite seasons they competed on, top filming destinations and best seasons to watch as fans.
S37 • E11Spies, Lies and Allies Final Words - Mucus Plug
The most recently eliminated player is magnanimous in defeat and admits his shorter arms were a physical disadvantage he just couldn't overcome.
S37 • E10Aftermath - Precious Stones
Devyn Simone chats with Tori, Amanda, Devin, Cory, Emy and Big T about forming the new teams and Cory's efforts to rally the Ruby Cell; then everyone plays Match Game: Superlative Edition.
Remi Wolf and Ethan Gruska Had Immediate Creative Chemistry
Remi Wolf discusses her quick bond with cowriter and producer Ethan Gruska, reveals how their first session laid the foundation for "Street You Live On," and breaks down the song's meaning.
Remi Wolf - "Street You Live On"
Remi Wolf performs her song "Street You Live On," a sweet serenade about walking the streets while lovesick.
Remi Wolf Discusses Her Improvisational Songwriting Process
Remi Wolf discusses her beginnings as part of a songwriting duo in high school and explains how living in a house full of musicians helped her develop into a quick and intuitive writer.