‘Teen Mom’ Season 4, Episode 5 — Recap

‘Teen Mom’ was back on Tuesday after a one week break. The girls were mostly drama free during this episode, which was a nice change of pace. Check out what you missed.

Maci Bookout:

It’s time for Maci to go back to school, and Bentley isn’t too excited about the thought of  his mommy leaving him. While Maci doesn’t want to leave her son either, she knows she has to focus on school, because of her track record with less than perfect grades, and dropping classes.

After scheduling a heavy class load, Maci meets with advisers, who tell the ‘Teen Mom’ that she’s likely bitten off more than she can chew. After some thought Bookout decides on a 2-year degree, which she is very excited about.

Catelynn Lowell:

Catelynn’s grandma is in town just as she gets invited to speak at a birth mother’s conference. Tyler can’t attend, so Catelynn brings her grandma along. The experience is an emotional one as Catelynn breaks down while reliving the pain of placing Carly up for adoption.

However, it’s a very positive experience as well, and has opened the eyes of an older generation, Catelynn’s grandmother included.

Amber Portwood:

Amber is preparing for Gary and Leah to leave. Portwood plans to remain in rehab, but doesn’t want to say goodbye to her daughter. Meanwhile, she and Gary are busy with therapy, which seems to be going well. The couple are back on track, for now, and are awaiting Amber’s return home.

Farrah Abraham:

Farrah has been living in Florida for a month now, and it’s time for a visit back home to Iowa. Of course, Farrah never gets too excited to spend time with her mom, Debra, but the weekend seems to go fairly smoothly.

However, Farrah’s parents are still pressuring the ‘Teen Mom’ to let them take Sophia when she goes back to school. Farrah’s answer is a firm no, but that just may change.

Don’t miss the next episode of ‘Teen Mom’ on Tuesday at 10pm on MTV!

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