Leah launches into her Minnie Mouse squeaky cry thing and is "really sorry" ... Then, Dr. Drew says something that goes against everything we learned: "Cheating is not a fatal blow to a relationship, Corey."
Just when you thought they were gone, the teen moms pop up faster than two lines on a pregnancy test. How's life been since the show wrapped? Are the ladies mentally stable? Are their babies well-adjusted? And more importantly, what color is their hair?
When Leah heads to drop the twins off with Corey, she's about two sobs away from full-blown ugly cry. It'll be her first night alone, and the loneliness hits her like a ton of slutty bricks. (Sold exclusively at Home-Wrecking Depot.)
Jenelle's lawyer got two of her three charges dropped; but she can't do drugs for a year! She's pretty blunt (heh) about how this makes her feel. If she can't light up when she marijuwants to, she gets "anxiety-ridden."
To bathe her little girls, Leah has to climb down to the basement trough a trap door, kill spiders that probably eat children, turn on cold tap water that flows downfrom a spout in the ceiling ... and worst of all, the tub is mustard yellow.