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We all know what happens when you have to go back to the toilet, so when the new season of Teen Mom 2 premieres this week, it’s worth revisiting that one particular scene in which the show’s series premiere protagonist, Jenelle Evans, finds herself in the middle of a bathroom stall and she has to deal with the pressure of being a mom.

The scene, which took place in Jenelle’s parents’ living room as she prepared to return home from work, is arguably the most memorable part of the episode.

The reality TV star is in a bathroom with a friend and while she’s using the toilet to urinate, she’s in the process of urinating on herself.

When her friend comes to grab a towel, she asks, “What are you doing?

I thought you said you wanted to get out of the toilet.”

Jenelle replies, “Oh, no, I’m not done with you yet.

Just get out.

I just want to wash my hands.”

It was an emotional moment for Jenelle, who later told MTV News that it was “one of the hardest things I’ve ever done” to watch.

When she was on set, she recalled, “I was like, ‘Mom, you’re not going to do this.

This is what you want to do, and this is what I want to see you do.’

So I was just like, I gotta do this.”

And it was, of course, the exact opposite.

While she didn’t cry during the scene, Jenella did admit that she felt like a “disposable child” and that she was “bored and exhausted.”

She said, “When I went to the bathroom, I thought, Oh, no.

I’m going to be alone with the bathroom.

I need to wash this up.

I can’t wait to go outside and go shower and wash it up.

It’s not like I was in a hurry, but it was a lot of pressure on me, so it felt like I couldn’t do anything but wash my face.”

In an interview with People, Jenelles mother, Vanessa Williams, said that the scene was actually filmed in a way that made it look like she was not at home.

“You know what, I don’t think it was ever going to make sense,” she said.

“She just didn’t feel like she could get out, and that was a really big problem for her, that she couldn’t just do whatever she wanted.

She couldn’t go to the restroom.

And she didn-and she was like that a lot throughout the entire episode, because she’s a perfectionist, and she just didn-she was so focused on her job.

And I think that was really important for Jenell.

So, while it’s hard to imagine Jenelle and Vanessa actually getting in a bath together, this scene may well have been filmed to showcase the “perfect mother” that Jenelle was supposed to be. “

I felt like if I just washed the water up and got dressed, she would have a problem.”

So, while it’s hard to imagine Jenelle and Vanessa actually getting in a bath together, this scene may well have been filmed to showcase the “perfect mother” that Jenelle was supposed to be.

The truth is, though, that the “mommy” role in Teen Mom was never really that simple.

Jenelle never really wanted to be a mom, which is understandable considering the pressures she faced on a daily basis.

“A lot of people say that they are really concerned about me and want me to be the perfect mom,” she told MTV in an interview.

“But when I look at it, I am really not.

I know I’m perfect, but when I was at home, it was so much about the pressure and the stress.

I could barely handle it. I couldn�t take it.

And the truth is that I just felt like that was my destiny.

I knew I was perfect, and it was only going to get better.”

After having a baby in 2005, Jenle moved into her parents house to raise her daughter, and the pressure continued.

“It wasn’t about me having a lot more kids or not having any kids,” she explained to MTV.

“No.

It was about being able to have more kids and raising them well.”

When her baby, Jordan, was born in 2011, the pressure was so great that Jenle had to take a leave of absence from the show.

She said that she decided to leave because she didn�t want to be in the same position as her former husband.

She explained to Teen Mom that she wanted to move on and be a mother.

“We were talking about it, and we said, ‘We have a son, so let�s not have him in this house,'” she said of the decision.

“Because I felt like, if I can�t get my son to go to school, I just can�’t.” When Jen