As soon as the dancer came down off the platform I had a feeling he was going for the golden buzzer. That's twice this season even though the other time it didn't work. It felt scripted because no one jumped up to get him away from the buzzer.
I was surprised they did release the dog on the child abuse guy. He appeared stunned by the taser while on his knees trying to comprehend what was going on and not resisting. Seems the officers could have easily cuffed him at that time. Plus no one stopped the dog from biting once he was detained. I heard the officer say he has a history of violent behavior so they did what they did. I'm not sticking up for the guy but the whole thing seemed off to me.
I don't believe that Jennifer has the authority to call it quits on a photo shoot. The other thing I can't get over is how June always seems to be trying to suppress a smirk on her face. I saw quite a few smirks from others at the so called intervention. I know it's all scripted but what I do know is real is the arrest.
She had some sensory processing issues. It's not just for children. Every time she asked for help he decided to mock her. That's because he doesn't know what he's talking about. Time to retire when you can't help someone but cover it up with condencending remarks. Time for me to stop watching this drivel.
She told Dr. Now about her dainty breakfast of cereal, toast and sugar free jam then said she ate lunch four hours later. She left out a word there- she meant to say she ate for four hours until lunch.
I am so glad his mother did not go with him to Texas. He may have not done as well if she took off again. Glad his father made sure he would be able to stick it out before he committed to go.
What a refreshing story.