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'Teen Mom 2': Violence Erupts When Kieffer Drinks In Front of Jenelle (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 14th 2011 2:30AM
'Teen Mom 2'Jenelle Evan's dramatic decision to ditch living with her mother so she could go be with her boyfriend is working out about as well as her mother predicted on 'Teen Mom 2' (Tue., 10PM ET on MTV). The two are now living in Jenelle's car, which isn't great for their relationship.

Add to that Kieffer's insistence on doing nothing other than gambling and drinking, and it's a recipe for disaster. Their friend Ben got caught in the crossfire when Jenelle challenged Kieffer when he was drinking.

"Kieffer has alcohol and I don't like it," she said. When he defiantly stood a bit away from her in a parking lot and drank another sip, Jenelle lost it. "I swear to f****** God come back to this car, Kieffer," she said. "I'm gonna knock you out."

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Jenelle Chooses Homelessness With Boyfriend on 'Teen Mom 2' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Dec 7th 2011 1:30AM
Janelle Evans, 'Teen Mom 2''Teen Mom 2' (Tue., 10PM ET on MTV) came roaring back for its second season with a vengeance. More specifically, it was the vengeance of Jenelle Evans' mother Barbara. Last season, Barbara made a deal with her daughter that she could move in with her so long as she stopped seeing her boyfriend Kieffer.

Kieffer and Jenelle were both arrested for marijuana possession as well as breaking and entering, which doesn't make him sound like a great influence for the 19-year old or her child. But Barbara caught Jenelle still hooking up with Kieffer, and that was the final straw.

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Farrah and Her Parents Fight Over House Hunting on 'Teen Mom' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Aug 31st 2011 6:54AM
Farrah Abraham, 'Teen Mom'Farrah is still determined to move somewhere far away from her parents on 'Teen Mom' (Tue., 10PM ET on MTV), even if she doesn't yet have a clear idea what she wants to do there. By the end of their househunting trip in Arizona, her mother may be warming up to the idea a bit more.

As was expected, Farrah and her parents started arguing, with Farrah deciding that them driving around to look for houses is her getting "nothing out of it." They didn't make the trip any more pleasant, though, by being negative about the prospect of her moving there.

Her mother shot down everything they were seeing, calling one place in Farrah's price range a "hell hole." We get that you don't want your grandbaby so far away, but do you know your daughter at all? Do you really think she'll respond well to this tactic?

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'Teen Mom' Amber Portwood and Gary Fight Over Looming Legal Troubles (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 20th 2011 10:15AM
Amber Portwood, 'Teen Mom'On 'Teen Mom' (Tue., 10PM ET on MTV), Amber Portwood is something of a hot mess. She has some serious anger issues, and can mix them with an unhealthy dose of denial as well.

While Gary was smug and insensitive to the fact that Amber is at risk of losing custody of their daughter, he was right in saying, "Nothing I did should ever provoke you enough to hit me."

In fact, we were flabbergasted when Amber said, "Yeah, everything is my fault for hitting you. But the thing is, Gary, what provoked those situations?" Yup, Amber's blaming him for her lack of self control.

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Tyler and Catelynn Struggle Trying to Move a Box Spring on 'Teen Mom' (VIDEO)

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 13th 2011 5:28AM
Catelyn & Tyler, 'Teen Mom'After hemming and hawing and complaining about apartment sizes, Tyler and Catelynn finally settled on a place they could call their very own on 'Teen Mom' (Tue., 10PM ET on MTV). Now, getting everything moved in proved more challenging than they anticipated.

Primarily, because they decided to try and do it without a truck, and some items simply will not fold down small enough to fit into a car. Luckily, Catelynn proved herself a clever teen mom when she came up with a plan for the box spring.

When it wasn't going to fit into the car, she decided to tie it to the roof, and she would hold the ties on the inside. Okay, so it's probably not the approved method of moving a box spring across town, but it got the job done, and the kids were able to look forward to an uninterrupted night in their own bed, without any parents around at all.

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