"You're not gonna get full custody, dude," says Jenelle.
Jenelle Evans' drama on "Teen Mom 2" this season has been all over the place. So far, she's gone heard to head with Nathan Griffith, had a 911 incident with her husband, fought with MTV and Jace's father and even set fire to a peace offering from costar Kail Lowry.
Yeah, she's been busy.
This week, it was all about Nathan again, as he popped up to challenge her for custody of their son Kaiser.
Evans was back in court this time around because Nathan's mother, Doris, asked to be granted intervenor status for the kid. Basically, this would allow her to be a greater part of Kaiser's life and help with situations like visitation handoffs. Since Jenelle's husband David -- who was fired by MTV over homophobic comments online -- showed up at court, the show didn't film anything that went down.
Instead, Jenelle filled everyone in on what happened by having a conversation with her own mother, Barbara. She explained she told the judge she has no issues with Doris, adding "I said I talk to her more than I talk to Nathan." Jenelle's lawyer argued that the two parents need to figure out their drama on their own, without either grandparent getting involved.
By the end of the episode, we learned Doris' intervenor status was approved by the judge. With that done, Nathan said he would be moving forward with his mission to get full custody of Kaiser.
"From what I know, he's doing okay but not as good as I want him to be doing. I still think there's a lot of problems," he vented to one of his friends in the episode.
Citing visits from Child Protective Services, Nathan also said he was worried about his son's "safety." He added, "She hasn't been 100% providing for my son the way I wanted him provided, the way we agreed upon, it's done, it's over."
Speaking with her mom, Jenelle seemed doubtful Nathan would be successful.