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The T.O. Show 2 Recap – Season 2 Episode 3

At the end of his disappointing football season, Terrell Owens said it was time for him to try other things, like modeling. Of course every celebrity tries modeling, but not every celebrity is 8 feet tall and has 15 abs (I checked his stats). So for this episode of the T.O. Show 2 he and Kita fly to New York for Fashion Week (Mo stays behind because she’s pregnant and “too big,” which is enough to get you kicked out of a Marc Jacobs show). Terrell is in town just to meet up with his new agent and watch some shows, but he is asked to walk the in Heatherette show just hours before showtime. In this clip, Terrell prepares for the show, while comparing runway modeling to the thing he knows best: football. The Heatherette show is like the Superbowl, and the chaotic backstage is just like the locker room, Terrell explains. It’s also probably hard to tell which event sees more butt pats.

Kita also grabs coffee with Terrell’s first season love interest, model Jessica White. Together they discuss Terrell’s issues, which includes his inability to find and date a black woman, according to Kita (something others have noticed as well). White says that Terrell just needs to do whatever works for him. Apparently what works for him just doesn’t work for Kita and Mo.

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T.O. Show 2 Recap, Season 2 Episode 2

Last week Terrell vowed to start fresh in his on-again, off-again relationship with Kari. But their past infidelities, as well as his difficult childhood, threaten its success. The second half of this week’s T. O. Show finds Terrell fighting those patterns. He visits a therapist to talk about his history with Kari, his children, and his own father. As Terrell mentions in his autobiography, Owens’ father had lived across the street from him, and neither he nor his mother had ever told him until Terrell had developed a crush on a neighbor girl, who turned out to be his half-sister. So yeah, he has some issues.

Those issues come out during the clip above, where Kari angrily questions his desire to change. Terrell decides to “put it all on the table” by first clearing the table. Somehow this metaphor turns literal when he slides and smashes a table centerpiece, while Mo and Kita watch uncomfortably. Later Mo and Kita meet up with Terrell’s ex-fiance, Felisha Terrell, to have drinks, and to try to convince her to work it out with Terrell. Perhaps it’s because Terrell can’t stop arguing with Kari. Or perhaps it’s because Felisha’s married name would be just too perfect. Felisha Terrell-Owens definitely sounds right.

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End Of A Season, Start Of A Season

The first season of The T.O. Show left us just as Terrell Owens was starting his first season as a Buffalo Bill. The first episode of The T.O. Show 2 picks up with Terrell just after his last game, wondering if he should return to the Bills, or even return to football at all. As ever, he turns to friends and business partners Monique Jackson and Kita Williams for sympathy. Both Mo and Kita offer him a place to stay in L.A. while he searches for a house, but they treat him like an out-of-work relative, begging him to do something, anything that’ll get him off the couch.

Fortunately for him (and Mo and Kita), he does leave the house to meet up with Kari, his on-again off-again and off, again, girlfriend. They agree to try couples counseling, because, as Terrell confesses to Mo and Kita, he thinks not having a father around has made it hard for him to maintain a relationship. (Being a pro football player, model, and generally impulsive person hasn’t helped his relationships either.) He seems to question whether he’d be a good husband himself. This, plus his potential retirement from football, starts this season with a lot of doubts. As we see in the above clip, where Mo makes Terrell babysit her two young and adorable sons, he could always start a new career as a professional nanny. The bedtime story Terrell reads to the kids? It’s his own children’s book, Little T Learns To Share.

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T.O. Show 2 at its video page, and screen shots from this week’s episode below.

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