I’m looking at all of you. And out of all of you, I
honestly believe that Charlie, you’re starting to get it. Yeah, Charlie, you.
But you know what? You don’t have to convince me. Somebody take a guess
and tell me who you think you really need to convince. – Your parents.
– A little louder. Your parents. Your parents. We’re going to afford you the
opportunity to do just that. MELISSA JACKSON: Towards
the end of the program, if the parents feel
like the kid is sincere, it’s a possibility that
the kid can go home. But if not, they
will be staying. Charlie, come on. Yeah, somebody
wants to talk to you. Come up here and
talk to your mama. Mom, I’m sorry for being
so angry and manager. So why are you smiling? I don’t think that’s
sincere if you’re smiling. But I’m happy to see you. Oh, you are happy to see me? That’s why you’re smiling?
– Yes. OK. Well, I don’t think you’ve
learned anything yet. So I didn’t tell you, but I
did bring a overnight for you to stay just for a few days. You’re giving me a hard
time about everything. You don’t want to do your room. You don’t want to do housework. You don’t want to do yard work. And I just want you to stay
here, just for a little while. Maybe–
CHARLIE: No! Come on.
Come on. Come on.
Let’s go. [inaudible] – So another one?
– I can’t find it. I can’t. Akia’s family. So what have
you learned today? Really? Why do you think you
deserve to even go home? What did you learn? You’re not telling
me what you learned. Stop stealing and do
what I’m supposed to do. Just the same as
it always get played. So therefore, you’re not
allowed to go home right now. Is that a no, ma’am? That is a no. So we got her back? You got her back. OK, thank you. You learn anything in here? Yeah. So what you will do is
respect me and mind me, right? And I’m going to respect
you and mind you. You want to go home? Yes. I can do it. He can’t go. He’s ours tonight? Yeah. – Get Cole working.
– Yes, sir. I saw you smiling. How have you changed? Because they broke me. They broke you? I don’t think you’re broke. I think you need to stay here. So that’s a no? You’re not going
home, not today. So I’ll see you next week. We got to get her. I don’t want to die. We got to get her. Uh-huh. Way in the back. Dupree, bring her
back for a minute. – Go on back.
– Come here. March. Come here. What did you say? What did you just
say about your mama? Is that what you just
said when you walked away? Oh, hell, no. If it weren’t for your mama,
you wouldn’t even be here. Why did you say
that about your mama? ‘Cause she don’t love me. Are you kidding me? [inaudible]. She wants better for you. That’s why you’re here today. – That’s not for this.
– Don’t open the door. Don’t touch it.
– You want me to die? That’s what you said. And I don’t love you? And I make sure you got
everything under the sun? Everything. Look at her.
Look [inaudible]. I bust my ass
for you, Ketasia. And you want me to die? Look at the pain. Do I tell you I want you dead? No, I don’t, because I love you. Come on here. Why would you
think she said that? Because she at her
breaking point, that’s why. It’s a done deal. You got to stay here tonight. Now, everything that
you’ve done and everything that your actions have asked
you for, you’re going to get it. The same people that
brought you here do not want to take you home. We got a place for them? We’ve got a place for them.