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Bristol's mother makes brief, uneventful appearances in the episode.
Discussing Bristol's new job, she says, "It's an adventure, and life needs to be an adventure." More memorable is Bristol's farewell conversation with her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Gino.
Our parents and friends weren’t lying when they warned us that it will be work! Nothing has been more difficult, and yet rewarding, than marriage. It’s hard at times, but also the greatest and most precious gift!In a preview montage, however, we do see a pair of legs that may be his. A., Bristol and Willow ooh-and-aah over their temporary residence, the borrowed home of a friend of the family's.It looks exactly like one of those hilltop So Cal mansions used to house single people in dating shows. The dramatic high point of the premiere occurs when Bristol goes out with some friends to a restaurant and rides a mechanical bull.But rather than lie low and raise her child, she has since written a memoir, become a speaker on the subject of teen-pregnancy prevention and appeared on "Dancing With the Stars." Now Bristol, the 21-year-old single mother of a 3-year-old boy named Tripp, is starring in her own Lifetime reality show, "Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp." The subject of the show is what fame is like for Bristol, and the answer seems to be not very much fun at all. In the premiere episode, airing next Tuesday, June 19, at 10 p.m., Bristol moves from her apartment in Wasilla, Alaska, to Los Angeles, where she has accepted a job at a charity called Help the Children.Bristol's younger sister Willow agrees to accompany her to help care for Tripp.
With neither side having learned anything, Bristol leaves the restaurant and tearfully phones Gino.