The heat on Life After Lockup has been cranked up to an all time high this season. Tracie Wagaman is in legal trouble once again, and Clint Brady is devastated. As hard has she tries, she can’t get her act together. I’m not sure how much longer Clint can stand by his goddess. Something’s got to give. Speaking of giving, Shane gave Lacey is a massive surprise on last week’s Life After Lockup episode. He CHEATED. OUCH.
Andrea Edwards and Lamar Jackson look closer to divorced than ever before. The end might be near for them. Their lifestyles don’t mesh at all, and they appear headed for a nasty split. They tried! On the subject of nasty, there is nothing civil at all between Sarah Simmons and Michael Simmons. Megan J is far from the biggest issue facing them. His thirst for side woman and drama is really hurting his kids. Sarah’s next move will be crucial.
Last week’s episode of Life After Lockup was so explosive, and this one just might top that. Michael Simmons is finally making an effort to see his kids, but Sarah Simmons isn’t having it. She’s freaking out at the fact that he brought a woman on the trip with him. She thinks it might be Megan J, but this love triangle just became a quartet. Michael has so many women in his life, it gets a little hard to keep up. I’ve never seen someone fall “in love” with so many people in my life.
On the other side of the country things are getting serious in Brittany Santiago’s world. She’s trying to locate the children she gave up for adoption. It’s a daunting task, but she seems up to it. Marcelino Santiago however, doesn’t seem all that into the idea. To add icing on top of an already stacked episode, Lacey and her merry men are back. John is out of jail, and Shane has a secret. Oh boy, this should be oh so good. She is a master chess player it seems.
I was SOOOOO sick last week. FULL DYING. My sincerest apologies for not giving you a Life After Lockup recap. However, this week we are back, and the show is just as good as ever. The drama! Michael Simmons is talking to so many women, I don’t know how he can keep it straight. Sarah Simmons and Megan J are far from the only women in his revolving door of trysts. In addition to them, for SOME reason Angela keeps taking back Tony. Ugh. Just stop.
Brittany Santiago has been through the ringer with her mother, and the stress is high. She and Marcelino Santiago are having a baby, but her past might be a bump in the road. The biggest WTF out of this group right now is Andrea Edwards and Lamar Jackson’s marriage. They aren’t happy at all. They have nothing in common. Why are they still a thing? I have a feeling her trying to convert him isn’t going to go well at all.
Keep hitting us with more sizzling drama Life After Lockup. No show does it better. These people are all crazy, but viewers love it. Michael Simmons is running the best game on this show, with Lacey a close second. How Megan J is still entangled in his web is beyond my level of comprehension. At least Sarah Simmons removed herself from that situation. Even John is lucky. Sure he is in jail, but now he’s out of Lacey’s manipulative orbit.
One of the saddest things to watch is the state of Clint Brady’s marriage to Tracie Wagaman. Honestly, their entire life in general is hard to watch. I truly thought she turned her life around. Obviously I was wrong, and that is so sad to see. You never want to see someone’s life crumble the way hers is right now. Hopefully this episode gives us some updates on what the future holds for this controversial couple.
This season of Life After Lockup really is the craziest yet. They’re billing it as the most unhinged season, and they’re not wrong. Straight facts. The ringleaders of the two love triangles Lacey and Michael Simmons are on more thing ice than ever. Lacey’s concern over former flame John is not going over well with new hubby Shane. Also, Michael’s in for a surprise because Sarah Simmons is coming for him.
The biggest talking point heading into this episode is the return of Clint Brady & Tracie Wagaman. She’s back in jail, and we need to know EVERYTHING. How could she let this happen? She seemed so determined to get her life on the straight and narrow. Cheryl and Josh are giving things another shot which really is shocking. They seemed so done last season. Ugh. Lamar Jackson returned to Utah on last week’s episode, so we’ll see where he and Andrea Edwards stand as well.
Life After Lockup continues to get better every single week. On last week’s season premiere, the couples were going THROUGH IT. It’s still unclear why Sarah Simmons or Megan J continue to give Michael Simmons the time of day. He offers them literally nothing. These women could do sooooo much better. Andrea Edwards and Lamar Jackson are still married, but live in separate states. Who can blame him for trying to escape her?
Sooner or later, both of the men that Lacey is playing are going to leave her. Shane and John are only going to allow themselves to be played for so long. Lacey can’t manipulate these two men forever. It won’t happen. Things are going well for Brittany Santiago and Marcelino Santiago. However, usually, this means that something bad is coming around the corner. Good luck guys!
Your favorite couples from Love After Lockup are back again for their next chapter. This time, it’s all about their Life After Lockup. We have two love triangles this season, so this should be good. Michael Simmons is still stuck in the middle of Sarah Simmons and Megan J. It’s even worse now though. There’s a second child in the picture! Someone clean up this man’s life.
The other hot love triangle is with Lacey, Shane, and John. She married Shane last season on Love After Lockup, but the drama is far from over. John is still not entirely out of the picture. This is another woman who knows how to play the game and play these men. She’s good at what she does. Plus, Tracie Wagaman is headed back to prison. It looked like her life was back on track, but OOPSY.
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