Jon tells us that to compare Kate and Liz is like comparing apples and oranges. I say he’s clearly never seen apples and oranges. He says Kate doesn’t like anyone who comes into his life, and Liz says Kate does nothing but judge. Jon is damned if he does, damned if he doesn’t with Kate, apparently. Liz then snaps at him “don’t make the victim face”. Jon walks away to play pool.
Time for therapy with Jenn. Jon walks into the room ahead of Liz, which makes her complain. Great job picking a girlfriend, pal.
Jenn asks about their history. They met in a parking lot, but really met in a bar afterwards (why am I oh, so not surprised?), and then went home together. Oh but wait, all they did was hug. Liz goes on about hugging being weird or stupid or something, and Jon retreats into himself. Liz says she “didn’t expect Jon Gosselin on my couch” (well, in fairness, who does?), and Jon says he doesn’t like it when she refers to him that way.
Liz ignores him and keeps going on, argumentative and hostile, accusing him of playing the victim. Jon says he doesn’t see himself as “Jon Gosselin”, and Liz again just keeps talking. She’s a real ball-buster, isn’t she?
Jenn interrupts to tell Liz Jon just said she was doing something that upset him, and her response was to diminish his feelings. Liz starts to say she can’t relate, and Jenn cuts her off to say she doesn’t have to relate, she has to have compassion. This seems like a new concept to Liz.
Liz then goes on something about seeing Jon in a restaurant interacting and thinking “who the f are you”. He’s a public figure, for better or worse, sweetheart. You knew that when you met him.
Jenn changes the subject, and asks where Jon sees this heading. He wants to get married “really bad”, while Liz says she doesn’t. She says Jon’s so needy, she feels she could be anyone, he just wants anyone.
Jon shares this is a make it or break it time for them. Buddy – break it off. Now.
Commercial. Nighttime now, and Whitney and Sada decide to check out Back Door’s alleged amateur sex tape. They conclude it clearly was professionally produced, and Farrah’s lying to create a victim narrative. Whitney says she guesses you can “be godly and still wanna suck d-ck”. Yes, Whitney. That’s the entire Republican Party.
So that’s it for this week. Next week, Sada confronts Farrah, Whitney and Sada have a fight, and Liz walks in on Jon getting friendly with his “plus 8”. Join me back here for that, won’t you, and don’t forget to check out my Sister Wives recaps, too! See you then!