On Monday, Teen Mom OG wrapped up the second part of it's end-of-season reunion special! This week focused on covering the stories of Catelynn Lowell and Farrah Abraham!
Catelynn has had quite the journey. After placing her first daughter Carly up for adoption back in 2009, she and fiance Tyler Baltierra are currently parenting their newborn daughter Nova!
But the tears came out during Farrah's interview, with her parents Debra and Michael wearing "Team Farrah" T-shirts — how supportive! Farrah's mom, who usually has a contentious relationship with her daughter, spoke up to defend her
[ Related: Farrah Abraham Celebrates Her Birthday In Nothing But A Bikini In Vegas! ]
The episode concluded with a surprising twist when all four moms reunited to discuss their relationships with each other! Dr. Drew mediated the tense situation, and wanted to mend the feud between Farrah and Maci Bookout.
The two moms had an explosive fight with Farrah when the girls met up in New York for a press week. Maci offered a sincere apology to the entrepreneur, telling Farrah:
"I really, honestly never meant to hurt your feelings. It was never my goal, or for you to feel judged by me."
After explaining that her issues were with MTV, Farrah accepted the Tennessee native's apology, saying:
"I appreciate and I understand your apology. And I understand if you don't want somebody to be a part of it because of other assumptions when you signed an agreement."
Maci then confirmed to Farrah that she wanted the two of them to have a relationship with each other:
"We all know how alone we can feel in our situations, and I think it's important to know that we always have the four of us. I will always have their back because they're the only three who know exactly what we've all been through."
The ladies all agreed and the show ended on a positive note! We couldn't be happier the two moms are on the road to mend their relationship!
[Image via MTV.]
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