Courtney talks at about 2:00 in
VH1′s Couples Therapy, featuring creeper Doug Hutchison, 52, and his then-17 year-old bride, Courtney Stodden, is airing now. We’re hearing details from the show and they’re just as disturbing as you would expect from this couple. In a recent episode, Courtney admitted she sometimes slips and calls Doug “dad.” Doug even called Courtney his “child,” at one point adding that “I’m raising my wife.” *shudder* Earlier we heard about some of the issues in Doug and Courtney’s relationship, which include Courtney’s admission that she sometimes forgets she’s married, (which partially explains why she confuses Doug with her dad) and the fact that Courtney still texts an ex boyfriend, sometimes while she’s in bed with Doug. It’s just a messed up situation from every angle.
The latest has Doug breaking down and cry-whining that he’s lonely because Courtney can’t stay with him on set due to child labor laws. Radar had a video clip of this up, but VH1 pulled it for some reason. I tried to find this scene in the episodes on their site and I couldn’t, so I’m not going to focus on it. Radar has a description of what happened, and it’s telling how Doug couldn’t cope on his own and acted like an immature pre-teen when Courtney was away. I think that goes far in explaining their relationship.
Instead I’d like to talk about these quotes from Courtney, on how the fact that she enjoys dressing like a hooker has “saved many lives” and empowered people. Really she said this. It’s on a preview clip of the next episode, which is above also.
Therapist: Courtney and Doug, tell me a little bit about the power in your relationship.
Courtney: I think that we, you know, fight for the power, you know both of us… but I think that in the majority of things I do have the power over the relationship.
Therapist: Where do you get your power from.
Courtney: With certain things, that’s just the way that I dress. I have a passion. I am an advocate for having the right to be who you want to be, and there are people out there who don’t have a voice to dress the way they want to dress, look the way they want to look – due to the backlash and the actions of other people. I have saved many lives.
Therapist: I want to know where you get the power in your relationship with your husband. For real… No more beauty pageant answers…
Then Courtney goes into the stuff about how she’s still talking to her ex, and Doug said he took her phone and told Courtney’s ex not to talk to her any more. I wasn’t too interested in that.
In Courtney’s mind, she has power because she dresses like a skank, and that’s somehow saving the lives of other young people who are trapped in non-revealing clothing, afraid to let their inner strippers out. Prostiteen power activate!
Written by Celebitchy
- True Blood premiere party photos [Buzzfeed]
- Who went to Courtney Cox’s birthday dinner? [Lainey]
- Guy freaks out at Wendy’s [D-Listed]
- Fug or Fab: Amy Adams [Go Fug Yourself]
- Real Housewives of New Jersey recap [Reality Tea]
- Community’s Dan Harmon apologizes [Pajiba]
- Ozzy and Sharon are back together [Evil Beet]
- Matt Latner wedding photos [Popsugar]
- Kanye West’s mistress changes her story [CDAN]
- Kate Moss is drunk [Celebslam]
- Maniac film review [Moe Jackson]
- Texas mom runs over carjacker [Starcasm]