MTV's successful reality series Teen Mom returned to the air for its second season premiere Tuesday, as we saw four young women and the paths they blaze in their very different lives in which they all have a common bond — they’re all young mothers.
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The big drama of the night happened with Catelynn. After learning her boyfriend Tyler's father is headed to rehab, she returns home to her mother April, who is in a rotten mood, reeling from the news that Catelynn and Tyler have decided to put their child up for adoption. Nursing a cigarette on her couch, April verbally attacks Catelynn, telling her she's a lazy "f****** a******."
Catelynn spills her heart out to Tyler's mom about the adoption, then returns home where April's mood has lightened, as they order a pizza together.
Then there's teen mom Maci, who's excited to introduce her son Bentley to her boyfriend Kyle. Her fears they might not hit it off are for naught, as they like each other off the bat, and soon Bentley is even calling Kyle "Dada."
The young couple have a blast going dirt biking, and Bentley even gets to sit on the bike.
We also learn that Maci lives two hours from Kyle, and travels all the time to be with him, as he really wants her to move to Nashville and leave Chattanooga. Macy acknowledges the move would be a major change for her, as she would have to switch schools, jobs, day care and get a new place to live. Still, she eventually decides to move.
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We see teen mom Farrah, who spends her first Easter without her mom (who is serving community service that day). After Farrah's snake bit by car troubles and being the victim of a scam, she has just over $100 has to last for the month. Afraid she won't make the rent, Farrah confides in her friend Ali, who helps with her daughter Sophia, while Farrah works extra hours to make ends meet. We also see Farrah participate in a speed dating event, where she clearly finds more frogs than princes.
We see teen mom Amber and her educational struggles in the wake of early motherhood. She tries in vain to pass a test and get her GED, but she fails all of the subjects with two 50 percent scores and two 60 percent scores.
"I sacrificed my education when I had Leah and I don't know if I will ever be able to get a degree," Amber says.