Nathan says his fiancé Rosie puts fame before their family. Even after being shot during a performance, she’s still singing but Nathan wants her to stop – fearing for her life and for their children’s safety. Is Rosie’s quest for fame worth losing her life? Decide for yourself when she performs on the show!
Nevan says her boyfriend Reggie flirts with other women and is even on dating sites. Reggie claims he does it to promote their production business but Nevan says it’s a lie. Reggie wants Nevan to trust he’s not cheating but Nevan asks Reggie to be more honest with him. Should the two call it quits?
Angela says her mom Rosanna enables her lazy 24-year-old brother Dan. Dan, who claims to have Asperger’s, lives in an extremely unkempt room, doesn’t have a job, and plays videogames all day.
Angela thinks Dan is lying about his diagnosis so their mom will continue to support him. Is Angela being an insensitive sister or is Rosanna enabling her son’s lazy behaviors?
Sheila says her husband Neal has a serious food addiction and is threatening to leave him if he doesn’t get it under control. Neal says he’s tried every diet program out there but nothing seems to help. Sheila blames his struggling chiropractic business on his weight gain and is threatening to leave him if things don’t change. Will Neal lose the weight or lose his wife?
Joy, Nicole, and Latrice started a band back in 1994 but after they broke up, Joy parted ways and never looked back. Nicole and Latrice don’t know why Joy won’t talk to them and why they weren’t even invited to her wedding. Latrice and Nicole want to get the band back together but should Joy accept them back into her life?
Patty and Sam say their 29-year-old son Ryan has failure to launch. Ryan still lives at home and won’t get a job, making money by selling his plasma and even stealing his dog’s pain pills!
His parents want to kick him out but don’t want him to end up on the streets. Are Patty and Sam enabling Ryan’s laziness?
Norma says her sister Iris has to grow up, get a job and stop playing the victim. Iris says she struggles with depression and Norma doesn’t understand how hard it is to be a young, single mom. The two both care about each other as sisters but can’t stop fighting! Is Iris full of excuses? Can the two work out their beef?
Kayla says her mom Selena is to blame for her low self-esteem. A former meth addict, Selena says she’s trying to restore the relationship with her daughter that she ruined. Is Kayla right to blame her mother for her own issues or does she need to forgive her and move on?