Have you recovered from everything that happened on last season of Teen Mom OG?
Catelynn and Tyler's separation, Amber's postpartum depression, the introduction of Bristol and Cheyenne?
It was a lot to take in for sure, but hopefully you're able to move on ...
Because a brand new season of Teen Mom 2 is coming up!
In anticipation of the premiere, let's take a look at what's happened since the last season and discuss what we can expect in these new episodes.
Just be warned ... there is so, so much drama to break down.
What a Ride
So let's think about where we last left our Teen Mom 2 friends, all right?
In last season's finale, we saw Chelsea deal with some visitation issues with Adam Lind -- they'd worked it out in court that he could only see Aubree at a visitation center, but Chelsea found out that he'd been seeing her at his parents' house while Aubree was visiting. It was a bad situation, but Chelsea worked everything out with Adam's mother, so that's cool.
Oh No, Leah
Things with Leah were a little more heartbreaking, since we saw her take Ali to the hospital since she's been having trouble breathing. Leah had a little breakdown about the situation, which was obviously understandable, but she got Ali a new machine that would help her exercise her lungs, and she also ensured that she'd have an aide at school for the rest of the year, something she'd been very concerned about.
Dealing with Dads
Kailyn's situation was quite a bit different than it is now -- she was still having a hard time with Chris, and she and Javi were still in their kind of flirty stage before Lauren came into the picture and immediately got pregnant.
Just Briana Things
Briana had just gotten some plastic surgery, and she had just broken up with Javi. We also got to see her have a heart-to-heart with Devoin, which was very sweet.
Dang It, Jenelle
As for Jenelle, she was lying to her mother about what happened when she pulled a gun on that guy after following him back to his house and crying about how mean it was that MTV didn't want David on the show. She said that he was her security blanket, and that she wouldn't film if he couldn't, and if the network didn't like it, she'd gotten offers from Amazon and Netflix for other shows.