She said "yes." Well, sort of.
This week's episodes of "Honey Boo Boo" began by resolving last week's cliffhanger. When we left off, Sugar Bear proposed marriage to Mama June. This week, she accepted the proposal -- contingent on it being a "commitment ceremony" rather than a traditional marriage ceremony.
As usual, we got two 30-minute episodes featuring the McIntyre, Ga., family. Much of the episodes focused on preparations for the wedding/commitment ceremony: exercising, pondering food options and trying to keep the budget around $2,000. Don't worry -- the family still found time to play Doorknob, a surprisingly complicated game involving farting.
On a more serious note, the second episode ended with Sugar Bear being sent to the hospital for pancreatitis. Get well soon!
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Here are the top 15 quotes from this week's episodes.
"I could probably commit to a commitment ceremony." (Mama June)
"I'll take a commitment ceremony any day. That's a 'W' for the Bear." (Sugar Bear)
"I may not believe in forever, but I believe in Sugar Bear." (Mama June)
"Big women need lovin' too." (Sugar Bear)
"I consider myself a chubby chaser." (Sugar Bear)
"Sugar Bear is my second-longest relationship at nine years. The relationship before him was right at five years." (Mama June...and no, that's not a typo)
"The only thing that's athletic about Pumpkin is her mouth." (Mama June)
"I don't exercise for gym. I just sit there on the floor." (Chubbs)
"If you lose weight, it goes to your back." (Honey Boo Boo)
"Mama doesn't really motivate me to lose weight because she's a big blob." (Pumpkin)
"I ain't gonna be nervous. I'm gonna be scared as hell." (Sugar Bear, on teaching Chubbs how to drive)
"Farting can be healthy and fun." (Honey Boo Boo)
"June says she's not the marrying type. But I think she is." (Sugar Bear)
"What about Pork Chop and Boxcar?" (Sugar Bear, offering suggestions for the wedding guest list)
"Alana, when do I ever wear shoes?" (Mama June, to Honey Boo Boo)