It’s Sophia’s 2nd birthday and time to reflect on the day Farrah Abraham went into labor. The conversation somehow managed to turn into an argument. Debra told Farrah she was so proud of everything she has accomplished, and Farrah still has emotional issues about how everything happened over the last two years. Debra thinks leaving Sophia while she finishes school and gets her life together is the best thing for Farrah.
After weighing out the pros and cons, Farrah makes the decision to leave Sophia while she goes to school in Florida. Farrah tells her mom she’s leaving Sophia with her while she finishes school; her mom thinks this is what Farrah should do to give herself time to heal. Debra isn’t the special kind of crazy we first came to know, so I think Sophia’s in good hands. Still, I can’t imagine making that decision and it’s no surprise Farrah is torn up about it. Farrah took Sophia around town and explained where she met Derek and told her how they fell in love. Farrah’s finally coming to terms with everything and hopefully all of her decisions will work out.
Maci Bookout is fed up with Ryan and doesn’t want to be around him to even drop off Bentley for visitation, so she asked her mom to help with Bentley. Maci goes to Ryan’s house to get Bentley and Kyle goes with her. She talked to Ryan and told him their arguing is upsetting Bentley too much so they shouldn’t be around each other. Then comes Ryan’s toddler hissy fit over it, which is exactly why Maci wants the new guidelines in place. Ryan’s dad talked to him about the situation and tells Ryan he should apologize for the crap he’s pulled; and wouldn’t you believe, Ryan sent a text to Maci at that moment claiming he’s sorry for all the fighting. Maci and Ryan sat down and actually had an adult conversation without any arguments. It seems like everything is finally getting to how it should be. Maci sat down with Kyle and talked to him about their relationship to make sure he, too, wants to get hitched one day. Kyle said if he’s not worth waiting for then she should move on. Dude, she’s 19! Sit back and relax Maci, you’ve got all the time in the world.
Tyler’s dad needs a place to stay and wants to shack up with Ty and Catelynn Lowell. Butch and Catelynn’s mom April aren’t allowed to see each other, so if Butch does move in, he still won’t be able to be there if April shows up. Or, April won’t be able to come to Tyler and Catelynn’s apartment. Sounds like too much drama to me, and you can’t trust crackheads. Butch agrees to their ground rules of no drugs, illegal sh!t or contact with April and they’re allowing him to stay. Butch wants to go to their high school graduation and if Carly is there with her adoptive parents, Butch wants to introduce himself as grandpa. Yeah, that’s not gonna fly. Looks like someone isn’t going to be at the ceremony! Catelynn and Tyler realize it’s best for Carly not to attend the graduation ceremony, so they sent an email to Theresa and Brandon about their decision. They want to focus on their future so they can one day have another child of their own. Going back to the Butch drama, he got busted and sent back to prison. What a shame he couldn’t keep clean and prove everyone wrong.
The time has come for Amber Portwood and Gary Shirley to find out if their no contact order can be dissolved so they can pursue their train wreck relationship. Since they’re having crappy weather, the meeting is canceled. Amber and Gary now have to survive a few more days without seeing or talking to each other. Since they’re dragging this shiz out, it’s time to listen to Gary admit he misses Amber and all the other bull he’s been saying this season. Since the ice storm has finally passed, Amber and Gary are going to court. The judge decided they can see each other but not around Leah. Gary hitches a ride home with Amber and her mom and planted a smooch on Amber as he left. She’s not looking to get into a relationship with him again anytime soon. She’s got enough issues although she thinks she has her head on straight. Gary tried serenading her with a song over the phone, but Amber’s not buying it. Later dude.