Duggar dating rules part 1 interacial central dating
We endure Jinger taking one million pictures of the Jessa/Ben/Spurgeon trio. Because it is totally fucking normal to have a show where two of the molestees — Jill and Jessa — are the stars, and then we just loop in the molester. Cut to Anna, Josh’s wife, getting ready to go visit Josh in whatever facility they stuck Josh away in. But now Jill and Derick are locked into only “I” baby names from now on, right? They are worried about oven space, which, again, ELEVENTY BILLION SIBLINGS. One of the littler Duggars glops a pile of cream of mushroom soup on some green beans to make a casserole. YOU GUYS JOSH DUGGAR IS TOTALLY MAYBE GOING TO BE ON HERE. Did you not know you were in a family with eleventy billion siblings?? We see her paw at the raw turkey ineffectively and throw it in a cooking bag. We just have Anna yammering on to the rest of the Duggars about how it was hard and sad to see Josh but she is hopeful and everyone has some glycerin tears and sniffles to show how sad they are. Oh right, Jill married the scruffy guy, Derick, and they moved to Central America to bother brown people about Jesus. god, we can’t remember anything about Ben, actually. Let’s open with some bucolic shots of the small town that Ben and Jessa went to live in and their ridiculous nameplate thingy that they’ve already had installed on the house. These people are like old people trapped in young people bodies. Oh, she’s the next one to get married, it looks like maybe. Joy-Anna is also here (we do not remember which one Joy-Anna is at all to be perfectly honest) to remark around how enormously tubby Spurgeon is. Anna’s going to take one of their squashy babies to visit Josh at his “Christian Recovery” place where he’s been hidden away for three months. Derick is a preacher now, so he can annoy people more directly. We get a tour of their Central American home, including, inexplicably, what their bathroom looks like. Also we watch one of the squashy babies cry and squirm, and we learn it needs a diaper change. It takes like 5 minutes of showtime just to show the various family members arriving. They are thankful for their squashy babies, and food, and each other. Anna frames the molestation as “wrong choices that Josh made as a teenager that were leaked to the media” and Josh’s Ashley Madison funtimes as “a huge media storm.” Honey, you and your stupid family have thrust yourself into the media for years, you can’t whine when people pay attention to your husband’s misdeeds. People worry about oven space when they feed, say, a family of eight. We really can’t believe that this is a thing we watch on television in the year of our Lord 2016. We’re just enduring this family funtime cooking jamboree because we know at the tail end of this week’s show there is going to be some sorrowful Josh action. Everyone has to talk about what they are thankful for.
Man, they are going with the most anodyne stuff for this show, probably hoping we’ll forget that their brother is a gross child molester. Let’s interview Anna and watch her pretend to try to look broken up about her husband. TLC has solved this by giving Jill and Jessa their own show, where presumably Josh Duggar will not drop in to molest anyone, but who can say, really?! Apparently this name was slapped on the poor kid because Charles Spurgeon is a fave preacher of Ben and Jessa. Like a bad penny, or a persistent rash, you will never be free of this terrifying family, even after Josh Duggar proved to be a creepy child molester and wannabe cheater and also actual cheater. It’s a good thing that kid will be homeschooled because otherwise he would be Spurgeon the Sturgeon his whole life. Drama: Jessa lost blood after the delivery and had to go to the hospital! They are going to look up videos online about how to cook potatoes. We know these girls are all essentially children who never left the bosom of their weird parents, but how do you miss out on how to cook a goddamn potato? A gaggle of Duggar girls are going shopping for the the fall feast that they’re going to host, and one of them seems totally mystified about how much food they have to buy. Let’s interview Jana about how great Anna is to face the pain and be strong and I Am Woman and I Will Survive or whatever.
That is an actual factual Christmas picture of this baby. We are sure it offers totally sound and effective therapy, right?