Alex watches the video of Chris commenting on their relationship and throwing his wedding ring.
"My name is Chris, and I am so mature," she says sarcastically. "You're not sorry. You're a sorry piece of crap. America, meet the real Chris. That is real Chris, just this immature little, 'I want attention. Waa, waa. If I don't get what I want, I'm going to throw a temper tantrum.' But I'm glad everything's out in the open, and I'm glad he gets the point, and I'm glad we can move forward, because that's the goal."
[AD]Alex says that she had a conversation with Chris a week ago but hasn't talked to him since. "He's called me up and texted me, and I don't answer, because I don't want him to think that there's more than there is," she says. "I'm sure that Chris is jealous that I'm with Tony. I mean, I was the best thing that ever happened to Chris. And you know, when I was with him, I held him accountable for things, and he's never had that, and now he has nothing, so I'm sure that he's jealous. But he needs to get over that and start focusing on us as Leilah's parents and not us as an us, because there is no us."
Alex reveals her thoughts about telling Dr. Phil the news of her pregnancy.
[AD]"Dr. Phil's reaction was fair to me," she says. "I can't expect him to be happy. I mean, it's a crappy situation, and you know, unfortunately, things can't be helped, but he's entitled to his opinion, just like everybody else."
Alex reflects on her interaction with Chris. "It wasn't a surprise to me. I knew he was going to act like a baby, because that's who he is. And you know, that's fine, but that's not what I want for my life anymore. And at the end of the day, he's my daughter's father, and that's it. I've moved on from Chris. That's not me anymore," she says.