This is when Debbie pulls over
She orders Larissa out of the car. Producers come over to ask what's wrong, and she says that she can't even share a car with her DIL. This is after she yelled "STOP TALKING TO ME." Debbie does not mince words about Larissa even a little.
Don't worry -- Larissa got a ride
Remember, she can't order a ride on her phone because she doesn't have the money to back it up because she's not allowed to work and she doesn't have her own debit card. The producers gave her a ride.
Russ and Paola
There was a lot of fear and anxiety about Paola's pregnancy, but she gave birth to baby Axel just minutes into 2019 and he's healthy. But there are real concerns that Paola, though physically recovering from childbirth, is suffering emotionally and mentally.
She's just a little nuts, and we mean that lovingly
Paola is, at this point, not letting other people hold Axel. And while no one is suggesting that she pass around her newborn like a hot potato, it is customary to let your immediate family hold the baby so long as they're trustworthy.
Paola has other ideas
She tells Russ in no uncertain terms that, as his mother comes to visit, she's welcome to help out around the house, but she doesn't need to worry herself with holding Axel. Pao comes across like a mother bear, refusing to part from her baby for even a few minutes.
There's an explanation for her madness
Axel is their rainbow baby. The previous miscarriage was traumatic for both of them (Russ reminds her that it was a big deal for him, too), and it seems to have triggered some obsessive tendencies in Pao. From her insistence on a home birth to refusing to release Axel to her recent expressions of vaccine hesitancy on social media, this all seems to stem from that trauma.