Kelly Taylor Lets Out The Raw Emotions Over Her Marriage Ending

May 14, 2012 / Posted by:

Psychologists have always said that the most therapeutic way of dealing with your marriage flatlining is to air out all your chapped emotions on the back alley clothesline that is reality TV. So that’s why on an episode of Jennie Garth: A Little Bit Of Country, Kelly Taylor wept her feelings out during a group therapy session with some of her girlfriends. The clip is over at People and if you watch it you’ll know it was a SERIOUS group therapy session, because they’re sitting on a rug while surrounded by floor pillows. A group of women + floor pillows = the purging of real emotions. Someone should make a Tumblr about that.

Kelly Taylor tells the floor pillow therapist that after the vampire doctor from Twatlight and the douche doctor from Nurse Jackie left her, she blamed herself for not being good enough for him:

“I think with any sort of rejection, you’re angry that you weren’t enough for that person. So I don’t know if I’m angry at myself for not being enough, or if I’m angry at him for not considering me to be enough.

This really threw me for a loop. It’s weird and sad, but I really realized through this whole experience how much I loved him, how deeply I loved him and how deeply I loved us.”

Is Kelly Taylor really saying that she’s not good enough for a bitch who was in Twatlight? She’s not good enough for a dude who covered his face in body glitter and baby powder for a check?! Kelly needs to look in the mirror and tell herself that she’s the most popular girl at West Bev, drives the most pristine red BMW convertible and can buy any blazer at Judy’s, even the ones not hanging on the sale rack. Then Kelly needs to steal another one of Brenda Walsh’s pieces. I will forever be on Team Brenda, but I understand when a ho needs to snatch a bitch away to prove to herself that she’s still got it. I know, I give such wonderful pro-feminist advice. I should have my own floor pillow therapy sessions.

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