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Two, it really helps to have a former FBI agent for a mom. She does this while wearing the fakest fake ponytail I've ever seen.

From certain angles you're like, “Oh, what a nice short haircut,” and then she turns her head and everything you've ever known comes into question.

She apparently needs an M16 for this, because #Amurrica.

Meanwhile, Abbey meets up with Gavin (Mark Hapka) and notices that he looks older than his online pictures.

Meanwhile, Gavin/Wesley (Real talk: of all the fake names to choose, you choose Gavin? He uses every line in the creepy guy book to try to get her to have sex with him.

He even tells her they don't need protection because you can't get pregnant the first time.

On the way home from dropping Julia off, her husband and daughter are involved in a traumatic event that ends with the husband dead and the daughter growing up to be the biggest teenage brat I've ever witnessed on this network. Ten years pass and Julia has finally decided to get rid of that damn ponytail.

She's also decided to give her daughter Abbey (Lizze Broadway) a car for her 16th birthday. One, now she has a way to run away from home to see her online boyfriend. A few hours after receiving said brand new car, she screams at her mom and her stepfather and her two step-siblings about how much she hates them before storming up to her room with her friend Janelle.

While he gets to work looking into the boyfriend, she heads out to catch up with Abbey and Gavin in Arizona, stopping along the way to pick up a bunch of guns from a guy in a cowboy hat.Abbey tells Gavin about what happened to her own father. The guy from the FBI is calling Julia to tell her that Gavin was chatting with Abbey from prison? (Side note, this is exactly what happened in another Lifetime movie called .Apparently they were kidnapped that night we saw at the start of the movie. In the flashback, the killer is hooded and wearing sunglasses and a beard. Wow, if Janelle can't have any privacy, why do prisoners get it?Let me tell you a bit about Janelle, who's played by Stella Hudgens, aka Vanessa Hudgens' sister, which I did not know while watching but which makes her spooky resemblance to Vanessa a lot less spooky. She's the exception to my “teenagers are the worst” rule.After Abbey screams at her parents, Janelle is like, “Umm, I'm uncomfortable.

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