The Ashley Presents: The Top 5 ‘Teen Mom’ Easter Moments of All Time

Put on your bunny ears (and Pleather pants!) and let’s celebrate Easter…

In honor of Easter, The Ashley wanted to give her readers a special treat. While Cadbury cream eggs or marshmallow Peeps are tasty, The Ashley knows that what everyone really wants this Easter is to see Gary Shirley dressed up as a giant white Easter Bunny.

Oh, wait…maybe that’s just The Ashley…

Here, The Ashley looks back at some of the most-memorable Easter-themed moments from the Teen Mom franchise!

Farrah Calls Her Sick Daughter Stupid for Not Getting Dressed for Easter Pics, Then Beats the Easter Bunny (Season 6, 2017)

“Next I’ll put you in my driveway Porta-Potty of Doom!”

Farrah Abraham did her best to terrorize those around her on Easter Sunday during Season 6.  Not only did she scream at her daughter Sophia, who was sick at the time didn’t want to leave her bed, let alone get dressed and be dragged to an Easter party Farrah wanted to take her to. After telling her mom Debra Danielsen that Sophia is a “heathen” who is “too stupid to get dressed,” Farrah picked up her then-boyfriend Simon Saran and gives him that special Easter Terror that only Farrah can provide. She throws a fit when Simon fails to participate in an Easter egg hunt, then proceeds to beat the living tar out of an Easter Bunny pinata to show her frustration at her “stupid” family.

AS.YOU.DO.

Amber & Gary’s Not-so-Eggcelent Easter Dinner (Season 2, 2010) 

Why do I feel like Gary was hiding under the table during this scene?

Gary and Amber head over to Gary’s mom’s house for Easter dinner, but things quickly go from happy to horrible when Amber brings up the wedding she and Gary are planning. After mentioning that she may be willing to pay for Gary’s mom and Gary’s mom’s husband—– who looks like he’s fresh out of continuation high school and/or prison), the stepdad “insults” Amber’s family— according to Amber, anyway. The holiday meal ends with Gary’s stepdad-of-the-moment storming out (past a wall full of taped-up Christmas cards, naturally), and having his Easter meal on the porch.

Butchy Bunny gets it wrong (Season 7, 2016)

“Let me haunt your nightmares, kiddies!”

Butch Baltierra attempted to bring some Easter cheer to his young granddaughter, Nova, during this memorable Season 7 scene. However, he couldn’t quite master the Easter Bunny costume he somehow obtained and came out of the bedroom wearing the bunny tail on his front side (making it looking creepy and somewhat obscene!) Apparently, they didn’t teach “Easter Bunnying” classes in prison because Butchy Bunny got it all wrong! He kept making weird hand motions that made him looked possessed and Nova was not amused.

Chelsea Houska’s Ridiculously Cute Rabbit Family (2018) 

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While this incredibly cute Easter moment was never shown on ‘Teen Mom 2,’ it is way too adorable to leave off this list. For Easter 2018, Chelsea Houska, her husband Cole DeBoer, her daughter Aubree and their son Watson all dressed up as Easter Bunnies and danced in their front yard. (Baby Watson in a bunny outfit is all the Easter cheer you need!)

Gary Bunny Scares Everyone (Season 2, 2010) 

“Heeeeeeere’s Gary!”

Let’s flash things back to 2010, when Gary zipped himself into an Easter Bunny costume and hopped over to his then-infant daughter, Leah, to spread some Easter cheer. While Leah didn’t seem to appreciate her father’s sweet gesture, ‘Teen Mom’ fans sure did! (You can’t help but smile as you hear Gary use his Easter Bunny voice to talk to Leah!)

Also terrifying? The cleanliness of Amber and Gary’s apartment…and when Amber starts talking about how sweaty Easter Bunny Gary is…

Watch the memorable scene below!

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    Butch put the bunny suit on just like a jail jumpsuit, its natural instinct.

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