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[rock music]

- Life is unpredictable when you're young and pregnant.

- Are you ready? - I am.

- It's weird to be pregnant in a small town.

all: Let's get fired up!

- Hi, everybody. My name is Danae.

I am trans, okay?

- I'm worried that my mom's doing drugs.

I don't think I'd be able to let her be around Kloie.

- So are you leaving? - Don't ask me no questions.

Don't ask me nothing.

- Maybe he'll go back to, like,

how, like, it used to be.

- How long are you willing to wait?

- I don't like Bar's mom

because she doesn't respect anything I say, ever.

- I plan on building a future with her.

- Don't say that M word.

- [crying]

- It hurts. It hurts.

[pained groaning]

[baby crying]

- You've never seen motherhood like this.

You're not taking him outside, Danae.

- Every time you do that, it just reminds me

this baby does not have my DNA.

- Shut that [bleep] up! - Stop.

- You are nobody that has any kind

of authority over me. - Stephan!

- I'm leaving, and I'm taking

my [bleep] baby with me.

- It's my baby too, Jade.

- I'm her mother. - I'm her father!

[baby screaming]

- You can go! You can leave!

- I never thought that, like, when I had a baby,

like, it was gonna be like this.

[pop music]

- ♪ Just want to feel

Yeah, want to be



♪ ♪

[hip-hop music]

♪ ♪


- I am not dancing.

I don't know how to dance.

I'm Brianna, and I'm 17.

- Hey, hey.

- And that's my boyfriend Danae.

- Come on, come on. - I don't--I don't dance.

- Hey, hey, hey, hey.

There you go.

- We met at a party in Chicago,

and I was instantly attracted to him,

but there was one thing I didn't know about him.

- For all my Facebook friends, there's something

that I've been really meaning to tell everyone.

I'm transgender,

and it feels so good to say that.

- When we got together, I had no clue.

When I found out, it didn't change any feelings for him,

and we've been together for almost three years now.

Recently I had to leave Chicago

and move to Milwaukee because my mom got a new job,

and Danae decided to follow me.

My mom has never been totally on board

with our relationship.

- Knowing that you don't think

there was anything wrong in that,

that makes it even harder for me

to trust you to take care of my daughter.

- Even though I love Danae,

our relationship has been constant drama,

and we're always breaking up and getting back together.

Yes, I did make a mistake. - Of course.

- But you still [bleep] up at the end of the day too.

- I did. I cheated on you.

I did. I did. - Okay.

During one of those breaks...

I started hooking up with a guy that I knew from before,

and that's how I got pregnant.

When I told the biological dad,

he didn't want to be involved,

so for now, he's out of the picture.

- So I brought you both a baby.

- Despite my mess-up, Danae has made it clear

that he wants to raise this baby with me.

- There you go, buddy. Got you.

[upbeat music]

- ♪ Feel so high above it all

♪ ♪

- Did you think I would be here with you?

- I didn't think that you would be here.

If you wouldn't have stepped up as the father,

I really believe that I wouldn't have even cared

for the biological father at all.

I never even had a connection with this dude,

and I really do believe that if you wouldn't have been here,

I would have taken-- I would have

done all this by myself.

I'm really happy you made this decision,

and he has two parents who actually, like, love each other

and actually want to be together,

you know what I mean? - Yeah.

- I'm--I'm happy

to be able to lean on you when I need it.

Like, when we found out about, like,

how he's gonna have a missing limb on his left arm,

all I could think about in the moment was, like,

one day he's gonna look at us, and he's gonna be like,

you know, "Why am I different?

"Why don't I have an arm, and you do,

"and Daddy does, and Grandma does,

and everyone else has an arm,"

but you know, he doesn't.

- You tell him that he was born this way,

that he was born beautiful,

and there is nothing wrong with him.

If anything, I hope it pushes him

to be better, to be better.

Never give up.

I feel like we are connected,

like, way more

because of his--his arm, and me being trans.

Like, I could help him and show him that, like,

you know, there's so much more to this world

than people who are judgy.

[chuckles] You know what I mean?

- I'm really grateful to have you by my side.

♪ ♪

- ♪ Whoa, hey

Whoa, hey

Whoa, hey


- We just both disagree,

and I just don't [bleep] understand.

- You don't have to have your way

about every aspect of everything.

- I'm not trying to have my way, I just--

- Yes, you are.

- I'm Jade.

I'm 21.

- You just, like, are going on and on

about the same thing.

- And that's my boyfriend Sean.

- Are you happy? - No, I'm not [bleep] happy,

'cause you're being an ass[bleep].

When we first met, I didn't think he was my type,

so I friend-zoned him...

but he wouldn't leave me alone.

- Happy birthday.

- And now we live in a tiny apartment

in Indiana with our dog, Miguel.

And we're having a baby.

[grunts] Oh, son of a bitch.

♪ ♪

Sean works at the same appliance delivery company

as my dad.

He works all day

and plays video games all night,

so we barely see each other.

Why would I want to be with someone

that doesn't want to [bleep] do anything?

- No, we're not having that conversation right now.

You just need to accept it.

- What the [bleep] ever.

So I'm really hoping

my mom will be able to help me

when the baby gets here.

- I'll be a professional at this.

- But I'm not sure I can count on her,

because my parents have struggled with addiction

in the past.

My mom's been in and out of jail and rehab

many a times growing up,

so it did affect me a lot.

♪ ♪

I think my parents have put all their addiction

and drug use in the past,

and I'm really hoping that's the case,

because I want good grandparents in Kloie's life,

and I want to have the help that I need.

- Are you excited to see your mom today?

- Um, kind of.

I just hope that she's being cool today.

She said my dad's been being a [bleep] all day,

so I'm guessing she's probably not in a great mood,

and she hasn't been to bingo today, so...


- So is your mom gonna be around enough

if we, like, need somebody to watch Kloie?

- You know how she is. She says stuff, and then like--

- Yeah. Yeah, like, when she says

she's gonna come get Miguel and then never shows up.

- I mean, Miguel's a dog, you know?

Like, Kloie's gonna be her-- - Yeah, but what if--

what if she says she's gonna come get Kloie

and never shows up, and we're late or something?

- She's not-- she's not gonna do that.

- So have your parents found a place to move yet?

- No. They still live in, like,

that extended stay, like, hotel in Greenwood.

- She's gonna watch her here, right?

- I don't care if she, like, babysits Kloie there,

'cause it's not, like, ghetto or anything.

It's, like, a really nice place, like--

- I mean, I'd feel more comfortable

if I came home, and my daughter was there.

- I don't think--I feel like you think she's gonna do...

stuff that I don't know-- - No, I don't think.

I'm just going off

of what's happened before.

- Like, I don't know.

Think you're ready--

ready to rock and roll?

- Sure, I guess.

Here, let me sweep this up first.

- Can you sweep it? - Yep.

- Got it?

- You don't worry about anybody else with our baby.

- My mom has, like, a bad personality sometimes.

Like, she can be an ass[bleep] and stuff,

but she's not like-- I don't worry about her

with, like, my child.

Like, it's my mom.

- I don't know, I just got...

trust issues, I guess.

♪ ♪

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- You're mad that I don't want to let--

- That is bull[bleep]!

[all shouting at once] - Bye!

- You don't even tell your family the truth!

- Lie somewhere else! - Bitch.

- 'Cause you're not even welcome here.

Bye! - Now you a bitch!

- Hey, that's me, Ashley.

I'm 20.

- Take her. - Bitch!

- And that's my boyfriend Bar.

- It's a baby shower. Why we can't just be happy?

Why does everybody have to pull the bull[bleep]?

- I thought my life was crazy,

but now I'm having a baby.

♪ ♪

For the past year, Bar and I were living in Vegas.

I was dancing to make money,

and we were having tons of fun.

But when I found out I was pregnant,

I knew we had to change our lifestyle,

so I convinced Bar to move back to the Bay Area

to live with my mom, who's a preacher.

- So sometimes we're too busy

looking at somebody else doing their thing

and not paying attention to yourself.

- Okay.

- Now I'm training to be

a medical assistant.

- You got it.

Boom, there you go.

That was perfect.

- And Bar is looking for a job.

- [exhales slowly]

- We're excited for baby Holly to get here.

- That's a broken heart.

- It's--I can't reach!

Oh. Sorry. [laughs]

The only problem is...

- I didn't even see you, baby!

- Bar's mom.

- Hey, baby!

- Ever since I started

dating Bar two years ago,

she's always had a problem with me.

But things hit a boiling point when she went online

and threatened to send someone to my house

to beat me up.

- Don't expect me to slobber over her.

You're not a princess.

We're in the real freakin' world.

- ♪ La da day-oh

La da day-oh

La da day

- I don't like Bar's mom

because she doesn't respect anything I say, ever.

She doesn't respect anything I do, ever.

- ♪ Can we make it through the smoke

La da day-oh, la da day-oh

La da day

- What's up? - Hey.

- Where y'all been? - School.

- How'd that go? - Oh, my lab's good.

- 'Cause we need to talk.

- On what? - The shower.

- Well, you know, it's still up for question a lot

as to whether or not my mom is gonna get down here in time.

It would be really nice if she could be there.

- Me and your mom are so far from, like, on the same page.

I feel, like, not comfortable

with the name thing.

That threw me off.

That was completely disrespectful.

- Now, what happened with the name thing?

- I didn't want-- - She didn't want her

to have my mom's middle name.

- I didn't want her to have your mom's middle name.

- That's straightforward what it was.

- First of all, I felt pressured into it,

but after thinking about it a little while--

we don't get along, I don't care for her,

and I don't want my daughter carrying around some name

for someone that I don't like.

Straight up. So she feels like

I took it out to be spiteful,

and so she's gonna-- she might call her that

to spite me.

- Her government name will not be that.

If that's a nickname that she decides to come up with

and call her, then why is that such a big deal?

- No. Because it's a big deal because--

- It's a slight.

- And that is what makes me wonder

how many other things will she undermine

that I've set in place?

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

- ♪ When the world is through with us

♪ ♪

Leaving us behind in a cloud of dust

- Have a good day.

You get off at 6:00, right?

All right. Hurry up.

And make sure you call me, please.

- Bye, Braeson.

- I've been working full-time

since graduating high school

a few months ago,

but now I'm taking time off

to get ready for the baby.

My mom and Danae work long hours,

so I spend a lot of time alone in the house,

but today my friend is coming over to hang out.

- How are things going with Danae?

- It's good. I feel like he's being really brave

and like, I didn't expect it,

to be honest. - Yeah.

- We've been on and off for...

almost three years now. - Mm-hmm.

- And I was going through a little phase of partying.

When I got pregnant and how I got pregnant

was because of, like, the partying and everything,

and like, to find out, like,

wow, like, he truly does care about me

if he's willing to stay with me

and a child that's not even his.

- So is she moving in? Do you know?

- I think my mom is considering it.


I caught that you said "she,"

and it is he/him pronouns, so...

Yeah, 'cause he always catches me on that too, so...

- Oh, okay.

So does your mom consider Danae the dad?

- Mm, no, she didn't at first.

Whenever we'd get in, like, a fight,

she'd be like, well,

Danae doesn't need to be a part of the conversation

because he's not really the dad,

but she told me that she's trying to, like,

understand that he's taking up the father role,

which I'm really glad that she's actually working on

because I mean, I wouldn't want her sitting there

telling, like, Braeson that's not your father when--

- When he's stepping the role-- - Exactly.

- Stepping into the role. - So...

I'm glad that she took it into consideration

and she's really working on it now.

- Yeah, that's good.

♪ ♪

- So...

so what are we?

Like, what do you-- - I felt like that was coming.

- Yeah, it's coming.

I'm Kayla, and I'm 18.

- We're friends.

- And that's Stephan,

my on-again, off-again boyfriend.

You have a little attitude.

You just picked up a little attitude.

Yes, you did. - No, I didn't.

- I had just graduated high school

and was planning on going to college with my friends.

But now that we're having a baby,

those plans are on hold.

- The first thing I thought was, like,


We're both young, and this was, like,

something that was supposed to come

longer down the road, you know?

- I met Stephan in Spanish class.

When we first started dating,

he'd do anything to make me happy,

but in the last three years

he's been my boyfriend,

he's cheated on me more than once,

and for some reason, I always take him back.

- He actually does look like us a little bit.

- Right now, we're together,

but because of our past,

my mom doesn't believe Stephan has changed.

- If you don't want to be with her, Stephan,

then tell her that so she can let go.

- I'm 19.

I effed up, so I mean, hey,

I have to deal with my consequences.

- That's all on you.

♪ ♪

- I was hoping things were gonna work out between us,

but I'm upset because I just got some really bad news.

A couple days ago I got a Snapchat from a friend

saying that Stephan had cheated on me.

[dramatic music]

I don't really know what to do right now,

'cause obviously that's a huge deal in a relationship,

and it's not something that I want to put up with.

♪ ♪

- I made a mistake.

I made a mistake, so...

- You can't, like, take it back, so it's just...

I don't know. - Yeah.

[somber music]

♪ ♪

- I mean, if I wasn't pregnant,

then we probably wouldn't be here right now.

I don't know if you agree.

- I refuse to let Izaiah grow up without me.


Me and him are definitely gonna have the relationship

and the bond that I really want us to.

- I mean, I hope, like, we can, you know, work it out,

but I don't want to force it, either.

You know?

- Let's just...

Just keep doing what we're doing.

Progressing into what we need to be

so we can be good parents.

You know? - I don't know.

♪ ♪

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- Whoo!

all: Let's get fired up!

- Hey, I'm Lexi, I'm 17,

and I'm co-captain of the cheerleading team.

Are you gonna go to homecoming this year?

- Do you want to?

- That's my ex-boyfriend, Kyler.

I would not be opposed to you asking me to homecoming.

[clicks tongue]

- Please say no.

- We met back in seventh grade,

and it was love at first sight for me,

but Kyler waited a year

to make our relationship official.

- And I just had hopes that you were gonna marry me.

- I first thought we were only gonna last,

like, max three weeks.

I was looking forward to our senior year...

all: We are number one!

- But a few months ago, Kyler broke up with me.

- I'm not quite ready to be locked down.

- Then...

I found out I was pregnant.

I live in a really small town,

and news about me being pregnant

spread around the school fast,

and Kyler was really upset.

- It's just hard.

It's just, like, scared, like, because I know

that I'm just, like, growing up so fast.

- Kyler calmed down and says

he wants to be in the baby's life.

- Whatever. He doesn't move.

- He does move.

But our relationship is really confusing.

It's kind of hard to say if we're together

and if we're gonna stay together

or if we're even gonna get back together,

and I'm really hoping we do.

- ♪ I never thought I was someone

Who would take a long time

- I've been trying to keep a low profile,

but it still feels like everyone

is talking about me behind my back.

- Did you get captain, and then you find out you're pregnant?

- I know. I get so far.

I know that there's some girls on the team

that, like, don't really want to acknowledge it, I guess.

They're just kind of like, yeah, you're pregnant,

but you shouldn't be on the team.

So that makes me feel like

everyone's, like, talking behind my back.

- Are you worried about going to games?

- I'm terrified to go to games.

- If someone throws something at you,

I'm getting up on those stands and...

[both laugh]

- If someone throws something at me,

I will get up on those stands with you, girl.

- So are you and Kyler doing any--

like, is he wanting to be involved more?

Is he doing a little bit better in that sense?

- I mean, it's really hard,

'cause I don't know what we're doing.

I mean, you know how we are.

We break up for two weeks and get back together,

so I was all, like, telling myself

it's not, like, really over.

It's not really over.

But he makes it seem like he's enjoying being single now.

I mean, he might be.

I don't really know,

'cause I haven't asked him,

'cause I don't really want to know.

But some days, like, he'll put his arm around me

and hold my hand, kiss my cheek.

Just totally real, lovey-dovey.

It's so confusing.

- Yeah.

- Am I your girlfriend or am I not your girlfriend?

I really don't know.

♪ ♪

- ♪ Let me hear your roar


- Our baby shower is coming up fast,

and I still have a lot to do to get ready,

but Bar's mom is in town,

and he's meeting up with her to make sure

she's on her best behavior

if she wants to come to the shower.

Now that I'm pregnant, like, everything fits different.

Especially, like, I've gained...

- How many pounds?

- I was 118 when I started.

I'm 160 now. - Large.

- Especially with everything-- don't say that!

- Ash, it's okay for you to be of a larger size.

- Jeez Louise, I need a large, Ash.

Okay, do you want to see this one?

- Yes.

- Voilà!

- It's cute, but--

- Ooh, it's a little see-through, sorry!

- You naughty, naughty girl.

- That's how I got here.

- ♪ This is real life

- You look so good, honey.

- But so-- I love you, Mama.

I ain't gonna lie, I've been a little stressed out.

- Why? - Figuring out the baby shower,

first off, and making everything work with it, like--

- Yeah, I'm coming to the baby shower.

- I know. Yeah. - Okay.

- Yeah, I mean, even after all the fighting

and bull[bleep] that was going back and forth between us.

- She crossed those lines,

and she took me there, son.

She took me there.

- Sometimes, yeah, straightforward,

she be tripping.

I get that. You be tripping too.

Go ahead. You be tripping.

- Yeah, but she still does the petty things.

You called me with this middle name thing.

And she was supposed to have my name,

and then this big argument happens between her and I,

and next thing I know, she snatched it from me,

and you let her.

- No. No. - You let her snatch it.

- Honestly, I don't want her

to have the same middle name as everybody else.

- It's like a tradition in this family.

- Okay, I get that.

- I want to say, Holly Marie,

and just playfully calling her that.

- Look, I don't want you calling her that.

I don't want that to be her name.

You got to understand this.

Ashley, she ain't just some random female

like everybody--like you're used to seeing come around.

I'm not the same as all my brothers.

- I know. - I'm not giving my crown

to somebody that's not-- - But that's the thing.

That right there--that right there, what you just said.

- What? I'm not. - That can't be the case.

You can't look at it that way, Mom.

I plan on building a future with her.

- You're getting mar...

- Straight up. I do.

- Don't say that M word.

- Y'all don't know how hard she rocks for me whatsoever.

- Oh, I know how hard I did.

- Yeah, and I'm gonna tell you rock for me hard,

and that girl rocks for me real hard too.

Ashley, she's now family.

Whether y'all like it or not, she's family now.

♪ ♪

- ♪ Ooh ooh-ooh

Ooh ooh-ooh

Giving up

Everything belongs in its place

- Sean is worried about my mom taking care of Kloie,

but even though she has her own issues,

she's been a good mom,

and I know she's excited

about becoming a grandma.

I'm so tired.

- Look how I keep-- every time I'm sitting here,

I keep pushing this table with my foot.

- I feel like the belly-- I'm just gonna be like...

[laughs] "Excuse me."

So I'm happy that the doctor,

she said that she's-- she's not breech.

Like, right now. - Oh, I know.

I told you I didn't think she was,

'cause when she was in that big ball,

I could feel her head.

- Holy moly. - There you go.

- Thanks.

- I didn't want to, like, be, like, a loser.

Like, people like, oh, you're having a kid at 21.

Your life's over.

You're never gonna amount to anything.

- I just wanted you to finish college

and have everything in place

before you have a baby,

but they say, you know,

you're never ready anyway.

- I guess everything happens for a reason.

I don't know.

- I probably wouldn't have picked Sean

for you to have a child with, but...

- You don't think he'd be a good--a good dad?

I think he'd be a good dad.

- Um... - So then--

- I just feel like that he doesn't trust me.

- He said he worries about her being in the car with you.

I said, just because she's out running the streets,

she's not gonna be out running the streets with the baby.

- I don't run the streets. I go to bingo.

That's not running the streets, Jade.

- I know--I know why he's the way he is.

He is too worried about something going wrong--

- I would never put her in harm's way of anything.


♪ ♪

- ♪ Your lows, your highs, your ups, your downs

It's all the same

- Even though Stephan admitted to cheating again,

I still want to try and make things work.

♪ ♪

- ♪ I can't say, can't say no

Because you've taken me for hostage

And your love is like a prison

- What's been going on? - I don't know.

It's been a bit a mess.

- You guys are back together? - I don't know.

I'm not quite sure what's gonna go on with that.

Why are you looking at me like that?

- Why would you even think about

giving him another chance?

- I'm having his child.

- Yeah, but you don't have to be with him.

And every time--

and you take him back,

he just loses more respect for you,

'cause he thinks he can just keep pushing

and doing whatever he wants and then he can come back.

- That was my concern with giving him another chance,

is I was gonna look dumb and weak

and that he wasn't gonna take me serious then.

- He needs to grow up.

Like, he needs to go to school.

He needs to get a job.

He needs to show his son

that he's a hard worker.

Him coming around once in a while

is not gonna make him a good father.

- You don't think he's gonna be there for his son?

- No. - Really?

- No. - Why?

- I just...

- He's been to every doctor appointment.

- Has he? - Yeah.

- Do you want...

your baby, your son

to grow up and be like Stephan?

- Definitely not. My son will not act like that.

- Then why would you want to be with Stephan?

If you don't want your son to grow up and be like him,

why would you want to be with a man like that?

He's seeing what Stephan does.

Do you want him to mimic what Stephan does?

'Cause obviously Stephan's not a man.

- Honestly, I never thought of that.

♪ ♪

[upbeat music]

♪ ♪

- ♪ You make me go

all: T-O-U-C-H-D-O-W-N.

- With our first big football game right around the corner,

I'm hoping our team can focus on getting our cheers right

instead of the drama around my pregnancy.

Are you guys having trouble with, like,

"We're here to beat the tigers"?

It's the same hand motion.

♪ ♪

And today I agreed to meet

with a reporter from the high school newspaper.

I want to set the record straight

and try and put an end to the rumors.

- This is a small town,

and Montrose's message board is...

- [laughs] Rude. - Yeah, very.

So how are you handling all of the negative comments

and stuff that's been said about you?

- I--I do cry,

'cause I get a lot of, like, freshmen and sophomores

that don't know me, and they're always like,

"Oh, my gosh, she's such a whore."

It's like, "Not actually."

I've been with his father since eighth grade,

and I haven't dated anyone else.

- What did you friends think about when--

if you told, like--

did they find out, or did you tell them?

- So I told them.

One of them was very supportive,

and one of them wasn't very supportive.

I've actually had people tell me

that some who I thought were my friends

were actually, like, saying, like, really rude stuff.

So it's just kind of like--

I got to remind myself, like, hey,

their opinions don't matter,

and just 'cause they're rude

doesn't mean that you're a bad person.

So I just kind of tell myself that.

- ♪ Oh

Oh, it's all right

Oh, it's okay

- ♪ I don't know good it feels

On your side

- I know my mom has some concerns

about my relationship with Danae,

but I'm really hoping she'll let him live here

because it'll help both of us bond with the baby.

- Have you reconsidered me moving in?

- Um...

I mean, there's definitely some concerns

because of awkwardness with, you know,

you guys arguing, or not even that.

Just, you know, I mean,

sometimes it's nice to just be comfortable and...

lounge around the house, and... [Brianna laughs]

- I do think that things have been better.

- Um, I feel like a big reason for us to move in is,

it'll help with financial issues for all--

well, for both of you.

I don't know if I have financial issues yet.

I do kind of. I mean, I do, but--

- Well, I mean, the baby coming, yeah, you're gonna--

- Yeah, it would help with financial issues

of all three of us.

I think, like, it would help,

because then you would be getting more money.

- Plus, it's pointless for me to pay for an apartment,

and I'm here with you every day.

- Yeah, that's true.

- So we can definitely talk about it,

but let's give it-- - A little bit more time.

- A few more--yeah, a little more time,

and then we can put it back on the table.

And probably more around the time Braeson's born.

♪ ♪

- Okay.

[upbeat pop music]

♪ ♪

- After Bar talked to his mom,

I was hoping things would get better,

but last night, she went online

and posted a bunch of stuff about the baby

using the middle name Marie,

so now my mom wants to get involved.

Don't be stressed out.

My mom's not mad at you.

- Yeah, I know. I'm not even-- I just didn't want

to talk to her about it. - Why?

- Honestly, I just feel like dealing with my mom,

setting it straight, and then leaving it at that.

- But that's not fair. - How is it not fair?

She has nothing to do with it at the end of the day.

- Yeah, she does. At the end of the day,

she's a grandmother, and I'm her daughter.

- I'm open to talk about it as long as she don't rant too hard

and get disrespectful about my mom.

- Your mom disrespected me hella times.

- So what? That's two different things.

- And my mom and my family

and our daughter.

- Okay, well, that doesn't mean that--

we're two different people. - Okay, well,

I don't give a [bleep] if my mom

wants her to jump off a [bleep] bridge.

If she says a thing, she's gonna say it.

- Okay, well, I'm telling you I'm not gonna hear it.

- Okay, well, you don't have to hear it,

'cause you don't hear [bleep] about your mom anyways.

- I'm just telling you, I'm not about to sit here

and [bleep] argue with you about it, dude.

I'd walk out, period. - Well, you know what?

Your mom kind of set herself up for it.

- And I am telling you, I ain't set myself up [bleep].

- And she's about to do a lot more than disrespect her, so...

- Well, then, tell her to talk to--yeah, whatever.

Whatever, she wants to do a lot more than disrespect her--

nobody gonna do [bleep] to her, just like I said.

- Okay, well, then make sure she doesn't come

to the baby shower. - Ain't nobody gonna do [bleep]

to her, bro, and that's on my dead brother and baby.

- I will slap the [bleep] out of your mom.

- You ain't gonna slap the [bleep] out of nothing.

- I will slap the [bleep] out of your mom

'cause she can't watch her [bleep] mouth.

Better yet, I'll break her [bleep] jaw.

- You ain't gonna break [bleep].

- So how about you make sure

she stay her messy ass in Nevada?

- Shut that [bleep] up. I'm done talking to you, bro.

You don't ever know how to control your [bleep] mouth.

You always get disrespectful. - Yeah.

- And you jump the [bleep] off the handle

when you talking to me, bro. Get out the car,

'cause I don't want to hear that [bleep] no more.

Yeah, [bleep] you and [bleep] whatever the [bleep] you feel.

- Your ratchet-ass mom. - And your family

ain't no mother[bleep] better.

And your family ain't no mother[bleep] better.

You weak-ass bitch. - I'm a bitch? Ooh!

- Yeah, [bleep] you. Shut that [bleep] up, bro.

Everything always got to turn into a [bleep] argument, bro.

Hella [bleep] stupid.

♪ ♪

[rock music]

- Last night, I got some upsetting news.

When Sean came home, he told me

my dad got fired for failing a drug test.

My parents have had problems in the past,

but I thought that was behind them.

My mom is in complete denial, that they're not doing anything

they're not supposed to be doing,

but I just feel like for some reason she's lying to me.

I've always just kind of looked the other way

and tried to mind my business about stuff,

but I can't keep on looking the other way

when I have a little baby,

and it's not all about me anymore.

♪ ♪

So Sean told me

that Dad, like, failed his drug test at work

and like--and now, like, he doesn't have a job,

so now I'm worried that, like,

my mom's doing, like, the same thing,

like, doing drugs and like,

not doing what she's supposed to be doing and [bleep].

- I've suspected that they have been doing drugs.

It's just from us growing up with it.

We know the signs. We know everything.

Are you worried about confronting your mom

about possibly being on drugs?

- Yeah, 'cause she's psycho.

Like, you know?

Any other time that she has done [bleep],

like been in denial, or like, until, like,

she's, like, caught, like, red-handed...

- Yeah. - Like, doing something, so...

I feel like it's kind of hard to trust,

like, anything she says to me.

- Yeah.

So are you prepared to still

have her in your life around Kloie?

- If I found out she was, like,

doing, like, hard drugs

and hanging out with [bleep]-ass people,

then I don't think I'd be able to let her be around Kloie.

Like, that's the decision

I guess I just have to make, so...

♪ ♪

- ♪ Mrs. Mr. ♪

Why you want to fool me

I don't want to play anymore

I want it to be Mrs. Mr. ♪

- Even though Stephan said he wanted to work things out,

he's sending me mixed messages.

I want to talk to Stephan because I need to find out

if he's actually willing to commit to our relationship.

- Hello. - Hello.

- How are you guys? - Good, how are you?

- I'm good. What can I do for ya?

- Could we do the go-karting?

- You can't go-kart. - Oh, [bleep].

- 'Cause expecting mothers can't drive.

- Those three can do it. - Three go-karts?

- Yeah. - Okay.

- Oh, I'm rocking with this one right here.

- Y'all gonna need the head start anyway.

♪ ♪


♪ ♪

- Whoo!

I won. - Clutch!

- I won! I won.

- Clutch. - I won.

- Yo, my boy.

- I did it for us.

♪ ♪


so what are we?

Like, what do you-- - I felt like that was coming.

- Yeah, it's coming.

Like, what do you want?

- I don't know. I guess we're gonna work--

work on moving forward, I guess.

- Like getting back together? - I guess.

- So what's the next step from here?

- Working on us, I guess.

- Are you just saying that so I shut up?

- No.

We have our problems.

We have major problems in our relationship.

Look how much we argue. Look how much we get into it.

Look how much we don't see eye to eye.

That's chemistry. That's--that makes sense.

- So are we allowed to see other people?

- What's the point of that question

if we already just figured--

established what we were gonna do?

- So then the answer is no,

we are not gonna see other people?

- You said--you said, you gave me criterias

that I have to live by.

- Correct. - That's what you gave me.

You didn't give me an up-front answer.

- I--I did. - Oh, well...

- That is, I want to be with you

if you can commit to me

and we can work on these issues and move forward.

That's a straight-up answer. - Okay.

Okay. - All right?

Is that the agreement? - Yes, Kayla.

- Okay.

♪ ♪

[upbeat electronic music]

♪ ♪

- ♪ In the thick of it

- Tonight's the first football game.

Kind of excited, but kind of nervous,

because it'll be the first football game

that everyone will see me, pregnant,

so I'm kind of scared that a lot of them will judge me.

♪ ♪

But Kyler said he'd be at the game for moral support,

and even though we're not together,

I'm glad he's still there for me.

[cheers and applause]

all: Let's get fired up!

crowd: We are fired up!

all: Let's get fired up!

crowd: We are fired up!

[cheers and applause]

♪ ♪

all: M! Pump it up, pump it up!



♪ ♪

Clap your hands, everybody!

Everybody, clap your hands!

♪ ♪

- ♪ These words can't hold me down

I won't be crushed by the sound

♪ ♪

- My body hurts so bad.

- Want a piggyback ride?

No? Okay.

- How's it going? - What's wrong, sweetie?

- I'm dying. - Aww.

- Are you tired? Are your feet swollen?

- Aww. Well, you did well.

- Well, what did you think about tonight?

- It was weird and awkward. - You didn't look weird.

- It doesn't matter if I looked weird or not.

- Oh, yeah, it does. - It's how I felt.

- Did anyone say anything,

like, from the stands that you could hear?

- A lot of people that I knew, like,

looked at me and then, like, they'd, like,

look at my stomach,

and they'd, like, talk,

like, whisper to each other

and like, still look at me, and you're like,

"You're not being discreet."

- But you know, it is-- it is new to them.

- I just felt, like, judged...

by everyone.

♪ ♪

[dramatic music]

♪ ♪

- You want to leave? Leave.

- Yeah, I do. - Okay, bye.

- Would you like to take me out there?

- Nope. - No?

- There's a bus station. - What happened?

- She don't got no respect. She still has to understand

at the end of the day at some point, that's my mom.

- And I will still punch her in her face.

- That's my mom, and you-- - [bleep] watch your mouth.

- Just like I told you, bro, you not gonna punch nothing.

Period. - With all due respect,

your mama said she was gonna lay hands on Ashley, right?

- And I understand that,

but if the conversation to me

gets too disrespectful about my mom,

it's gonna be my decision to just end the conversation

and walk away from it,

and she couldn't take that answer.

- I mean, I couldn't either.

I couldn't either. - Hello.

- Because she's carrying your child, Bar.

See, just like I'm a preacher, I ain't always been a preacher.

I was a mother first.

Hand-laying and the disrespect go too far.

- If I bring her to the baby shower, she coming

to the baby shower, and ain't nobody gonna touch her.

- Ooh, I will! - I'll tell you this.

But when you bring her to the baby shower, Bar,

make sure she's in order, 'cause I will.

- And she will be. - I will. I will.

- Okay, well, look, I really don't want to do

this conversation right now,

because I am going into another zone,

and I want to go deal with this somewhere else,

because this ain't gonna work right now.

- You always want to run.

I'm six months pregnant, and you want to run.

Then run, and you can stay where you're running.

Go have your space.

You suck so much ass,

and I wish I would have knew that

before I got pregnant by you.

- And she went below the belt,

so now I'm actually leaving.

- Can you please just take a walk around the corner?

- Wish I would have knew that he wasn't gonna stand up

and do what I need him to do,

and I'm not asking for him to do a lot.

At what point do I get to say

what I want to say out of anger,

and you not pack a bag and cut?

- ♪ Are we falling apart

- [crying]

- ♪ Are we falling apart

♪ ♪

- ♪ Are we falling apart

If the smoke keeps on rising

We'll keep on fighting

Till we see the horizon

We're in the desert

Under the pressure

It's now or never

♪ ♪

Are we falling apart

We were together

Storms in the weather

Here in the desert

Are we falling apart

♪ ♪

Are we falling apart

♪ ♪

Are we falling

Are we falling apart

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