Teen Mom OG already has fans excited to see some of the 'original girls' back on TV. This week's episode was all about the kids--from first days of school to a gender reveal. And even though she has yet to appear on screen, Farrah Abraham managed to get her digs in from backstage.
On this week's episode of Teen Mom OG, Amber Portwood accompanied her ex Gary Shirley to buy school supplies for daughter Leah. Turmoil ensued, however, on the first day of school when they pulled up to drop Leah off, and Gary Shirley's girlfriend Kristina was waiting to share in Leah's big day. Amber had a fit and even pushed the camera away. She refused to get out of the car to accompany Leah in to her first day of school.
Maci Bookout celebrated son Bentley's first day at kindergarten. Disappointed that Bentley's dad, Ryan Edwards, not only didn't show up for his first day of school, but also seems completely disinterested in his life in general, Maci headed to a visit with her therapist after dropping Bentley at school.
Catelynn Lowell and fiance Tyler Baltierra are, of course, the young couple who gave their first baby, Carly, up for adoption. Now in a much better place to handle parenthood, they are expecting their second child together. In anticipation of their gender reveal, talk focused on whether they were having a little 'princess' or a little 'Batman,' (not sure if Tyler really believed the kid would have super powers or not) as well as the trite comments about having a healthy baby. The reveal confirmed what Teen Mom OG fans expected (knew) for quite some time now--Catelynn Lowell is having another girl.
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And then there's Farrah Abraham--and while she hasn't yet appeared on screen on Teen Mom OG, she's lingering just off set, making rude comments. The most hurtful one she made was about Catelynn Lowell.
Catelynn was speaking with the show’s host about ending her ongoing feud with the former porn star. That’s when Abraham went in for the kill.
“There’s somebody still in denial,” she told the show’s producers, snickering as she said it. “Still in denial land of white trash!”
That wasn’t the end of her rude comments either. They weren’t all directed at Catelynn, though.
“From the past I never initially got along with the girls. They had some other issues with myself from the get-go…I would never confide in them,” Farrah said.
“Would I ever confide in people who are very fake and not real with themselves and kind of in denial and can’t empathize with someone? Of course not!” the erotic novelist added.
It just goes to show, you can change the name of the show to Teen Mom OG, but if the cast of characters remains the same, the saga will, too.