[MUSIC PLAYING] [DOOR OPENING] MARTELL: How you feeling? [SHEETS RUSTLE] So right now, I’m definitely
worried about Melody and her stomach issues. So hopefully, it’s
nothing that serious. But I’m very concerned. Whatchu doin’?
You fittin’ to sit up? Yeah, I’m up. Ah, thank you. So what’s up? Nothing. I really would like a pickle. Huh? I think I’m pregnant. [SOFT BOOM] Yeah. I’m just having
right now cravings– Funions, pickles– of course– peach drink. I don’t know how far along I am. So I need to go to the
doctor, is what I need to do. So what if you’re
not even pregnant? You want me to tell you
how I know I’m pregnant? Because I’ve been pregnant
three other times. [CHUCKLES] No-o-o. And every time in the past,
that has always been accurate. I mean, I would say,
I think it’s going to bring us closer together. (CHUCKLES) What? You think a baby will bring
two people closer together? It’s a possibility. [MUSIC PLAYING] Does a child make
a man become faithful all of a sudden to his wife? Do you think that’s
what happens? Yes!
Yes. Let me tell the
world, hell no. Oh. If there are problems
before you have a child, it’s still going to be
problems, unless you’ve dealt with the problem. Does your mom know
about you being pregnant? – No.
– OK. Well, don’t tell her yet. Let’s go to the doctor first. – OK.
– Yeah. – I agree.
– All right. I don’t think we
should tell anybody. Not yet. Mm-hmm. Unless we agree, right? Right. Being pregnant right now
definitely makes my situation with Martell more difficult–
adds to the number of things I have to
think about, in terms of if I’m going to file. If I am, when am I going to? Should I wait? Should I not? But at the end of the day,
it will still be what Melody wants to do, no matter what. Because there’s
women out here who raise children by themselves,
and have been doing it very well for generations. So. Yeah, I’ma go. I’m about to go get
your pickles, right now. Yeah, go get that pickle.