On Second Thought: Episode Two

Trust me, it’s crazy to see your life on television. That’s why every week, I’m going to do a blog posts called “On Second Thought.” These posts are where I will go over the episodes of my Lifetime show as I process the issues presented now that I’ve seen them aired.  I hope you’ll join me for these weekly posts – which will undoubtedly be part-confession, part-explanation, and part-celebration of my life right now!

Episode Two, Air Date: June 19, 2012

Okay, so by now you’ve seen the footage of my argument with the guy in the bar.  And by now you know I’m being sued over it.  So I probably shouldn’t write much about this encounter right now as my lawyers work on my defense.

I will say this, however.  As soon as that awful confrontation was over, I called my friend and my mom.  I’m blessed to have these people in my life.  I’m fully aware that there are many people in this world who face troubles without a loving support system.  So thanks, guys.

However, please come back to my blog after the next episodes for my “On Second Thought” blog posts.  Trust me – I won’t hold back on the next ones!

You might also enjoy these articles on the Faith and Family Channel:

Connect with me further by:

  • Pingback: On Second Thought: Episode 8 – The Iron Pup Can Wait

  • Pingback: What does Sarah Palin Think about Condoleezza Rice being Vice President?

  • Brandi Bernethy

    So im a bit behind, and just watched the “bar fight” bcuz i have started watching your show that i am plesantly surprised by. I just want to say i think you handled yourself extremely mature considering the circumstances. That puke of man is clearly suing you bcuz he realizes how awful he looks and is embarrassed that the whole world sees it. If he was proud of himself he wouldnt care, he obviously damaged his life acting like that, not you. All you did was stand up for your mom. If a “regular” citizen stood up for their parent there would be no problem. I feel terrible that you are subjected to this crap. Im not sure how you didnt smash his ugly mean face!! Just because you are from a famous family, had a child at 16 and are doing a reality show does not mean you should have to put up with nasty vile behavior! Keep standing up for your beliefs Bristol, you are a class act. :) BTW, geno seems like a great guy but im not sure he is the LOVE of your life? I dont see a strong chemistry coming from you. I could be wrong, just dont want to see you make a mistake bcuz its “comfortable”. I did the runaway bride a month before my big wedding and have never regretted it. He was my best friend, but more like a brother, not the love of my life.

  • Pingback: On Second Thought: Episode 10

  • Morgan

    Honestly I thought you handled the situation the way any 21 year old would! He is the immature one for starting a fight with a young girl. Honestly he is a grown man and for him to attack your mother in a public place was wrong. You have your beliefs and he has his, clearly. You stood up for what you thought was right and you have more support behind this confrontation than you do negative light. You are strong independent woman and keep your head high!

  • Frank Pirro

    You are a smart, beautiful and strong woman, don’t take any crap from anyone. It’s strong young women like you that set a good example for our youth these days. And your really hot, have you considered doing a shoot for Playboy or Maxim?

  • Jacquelyn

    I think you did exactly what you should have! I would have stood up for my mother as well! No we don’t have all the same views on things in life, but he instigated the argument in the first place. I fully support how you reacted & your view as well!

  • Pingback: On Second Thought: Episode 11 – Grin and “Bear” It