Teen Mom 2: Season 1
Teen Mom 2: Season 1
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In 16 & Pregnant, they were moms-to-be. Now, follow Chelsea, Jenelle, Kailyn and Leah as they face the challenges of their first year of motherhood. Each episode interweaves their stories revealing the wide variety of challenges young mothers can face: marriage, relationships, family support, adoption, finances, graduating high school, starting college, getting a job, and the daunting and exciting step of moving out of their parents' homes to start their own families.
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|Actors:||Chelsea, Jenelle, Kailyn, Leah|
|Number of Discs:||5|
|Run Time:||126 minutes|
|DVD Release Date:||May 17, 2011|
|Average Customer Rating:|| based on 11 reviews|
|Average Customer Review: ( 11 customer reviews )
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6 of 7 found the following review helpful:
The DVD is not complete! Cuts off the best moment on Teen Mom 2! Nov 17, 2012
By B. Curtis
Teen Mom and Teen Mom 2 have a huge problem with their DVDs. Whenever an episode runs more than the standard one hour (about 40 minutes without commercials) the DVDs cut that episode short. The Teen Mom 2 Season 1 DVDs cut the episode where Leah and Corey marry, cutting out the entire wedding, which for many was the highlight of this season, if not all of Teen Mom 2! This continues to happen with Teen Mom/Teen Mom 2 DVDs. The final season of Teen Mom was recently released on DVD and the final episode of Teen Mom "Wake Up", which was an extra long episode, was cut. Only the first 40 or so minutes is shown on the DVD set, despite it being a 90 minute episode. MTV/Teen Mom really need to fix this issue with the DVDs. Majorly disappointed!
2 of 3 found the following review helpful:
Good but where's the ending? Jan 26, 2012
I love having the show on DVD, especially since I can't watch it on TV but the part I don't like is they cut off the finale. I saw a previous reviewer said something similar and I thought maybe it was a one time thing. Nope! They completely cut the finale. You never see the endings to any of the stories, especially Corey and Leah's wedding. It goes straight to "On the reunion special" previews. Totally Lame. Other than that it didn't have any problems.
Teen mom 2 Apr 16, 2014
This is a good series and I would recommend it to most people. I was happy with this purchase and it arrived quickly.
1 of 2 found the following review helpful:
confused Oct 31, 2011
By katie bee
i was watching the last episode and i cant find where cory and leahs wedding is it just went to the finale special with dr drew which was weird
2 of 4 found the following review helpful:
My insights into these girls lives. Sep 02, 2011
Wow. I saw this on Netflix and can't believe that no one has reviewed this yet. Generally speaking, the girls in Teen Mom 2 seem to be less mature and have even more drama going on in their lives than the ladies in Teen Mom 1. It wasn't as entertaining as Teen Mom 1 because of all the drama.
For Leah, I thought that she manipulated Corey into getting back together with her. She tried to use her daughter's disability to get him back. She would've been better off letting him decide for himself if he wanted to marry her without making him feel guilty about it.
For Jenelle, I think that her mom, Barbara, should accept that she isn't ready to be Jace's mom. She should give Jenelle a three month time frame to find another place to live and then kick her out for good. And not allow her to visit Jace unless she has supervision. Jenelle will eventually grow up, but she won't if Barbara doesn't get tough on her.
For Chelsea, it is great that she has goals and dreams in her life and the support of good friends and family. She should focus on what she has in life instead of what she doesn't, which is a guy. Let's face it, she picked the wrong guy to sleep with and get pregnant by. I hope that she learns from this and moves on.
For Kailyn, she is the person who I most feel sorry for. I admire her for working hard to support her kid, but I think that she should give up college. Maybe start her own business or work her way up at her job. I think that she made a dumb decision dating someone while she was living with Jo. I think that it was wrong for his mom to get involved in his relationship with her. I think towards the end especially in the last interview, Jo realizes that he treated her badly and feels some remorse for it. I hope that he accepts that it is over between them and tries to be a good co-parent with Kailyn. With Kailyn, I hope that she continues to work hard and makes better decisions for the guys she picks to be apart of her life.
I will never judge or be harsh with the families' who are not supportive of these teen moms-the fathers of their children or their parents. Remember all of these girls never asked the other people who are now involved in financially supporting or baby-sitting these kids what they thought about them keeping their children. I know if my daughter was a teen who had a baby, I would strongly encourage her to give the baby up for adoption because I know that I would end up taking care of the child while she was growing up-just like most of the grandparents are doing now. I would also be a little bitter if I had to send a check every week to someone I barely knew because we had a child together. I guess part of growing up is knowing that your choices have consequences and sleeping with someone who you are not willing to make a commitment to is not a good choice.
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