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Marrying the Game Season 2 Ep. 3 Recap by Steve 'Flash' Juon
Posted by Steve Juon at Monday, August 19th, 2013 at 9:30PM :: Email this article :: Print this article

Tiffney Cambridge called off her wedding to Jayceon 'The Game' Taylor two weeks before it was scheduled to take place. What's complicated about that is that they already have kids together. What's even MORE complicated about that is that she was filming a reality show about marrying Jayceon for VH1 at the time! Now they've got a second chance to make it right on "Marrying the Game" - a second season of their reality show which continues tonight on VH1! A recap of what happened on the show follows.

Last time Jayceon and Tiffney had a sit down about what their relationship is. She wanted him to get "turned down" and he was having none of it. She asked them to define their relationship and he refused to do so and put the ball back in her court. That leads us to this week's episode. Tiffney opens by saying she's confused and she doesn't want to live in limbo any more. Tiffney calls in the kids to figure out what they can do for Father's Day - Cali and Justice run in. She says her feelings can be put on hold for now. Justice wants a bouncy castle and Tiffney suggests Cali can do a photo shoot for him - she likes the idea.

Next up we're at the Powerhouse Gym, where Jayceon is talking to Harlem's coach C.J. He brings out James Hardi, Demar Derozan, Nick Young, and Gilbert Arenas to ball with him and they play a 5-on-5 against the kids. "These kids already think they're in the NBA. Life lessons with real NBA players? What kid wouldn't want that?" They get to take pictures with the players afterward, and Jayceon sits down Harlem to tell him if he wants to get where those NBA players are, he's going to have to practice just as long and hard as they did.

Next we go to Quainphoto to do a photo shoot with Cali for her daddy. Tiffney says they may not have a perfect relationship, but that doesn't mean he's not a great father, so she still wants the kids to celebrate it. "I know we don't have the picture perfect family right now but hopefully one day we'll get there." The kids say they'd all like to live in one house together with mommy and daddy. "The goal right now is just to get through Father's Day." The bouncy castle is coming up after commercial break and apparently Game is going to accuse Tiff of killing his vibe.

After commercial they go to Pump It Up a/k/a "The Jumpy House." This bouncy castle features a dunk hoop and and some jousting platforms. The kids give Jayceon his presents for Father's Day as all of their friends look on. Jayceon tries to get Tiffney to get in the bouncy castle. She refuses. He takes off her shoe and throws it in there. Game and his friends get in there and do backflips and dunks. Tiffney is getting upset that they're a little too rowdy and dangerous for the kids. She tries to pull him off camera around the corner to talk to him about. "It's Father's Day. Why would you do anything to kill my vibe on Father's Day?" Tiff: "Our relationship right now is on very thin ice, so if one little thing happens we blow up." Game is cursing up a storm. In the cutaway he says "Now my Father's Day is going to be spent arguing with her instead of with my kids." Commercial with a tease of more arguing.

Tiff goes to the ocean to walk along the beach and think about her life. "Something has to change." Tiff comes over to Game's house to have a chat. Jayceon: "I'm here - let's go." His shirt is blurred out. She asks him if he feels engaged to her - he admits he doesn't. "We were supposed to be married, and we ain't. That's weak as f#%k." Tiff: "I called it off because I was hoping to see some change, but the same issues I had a year ago are still there today." Jayceon: "Maybe you want something that doesn't exist." Tiff: "Or maybe I want something you can't offer me." It started out nicely but after that the convo quickly goes downhill and they start yelling at each other and getting bleeped out. Even if reality TV is staged, the line "I'm burnt out on you" from Game doesn't feel staged. Commercial.

After commercial she wants to know if the engagement ring he gave her means anything. "I just think you should hold onto it until we get back to that place. I'm not giving the ring back to say we shouldn't get married. I'm just saying you should hold onto it until we get back to where we were when you proposed to me." Jayceon: "I want nothing for the best for my children and my family. I would die trying. I will hold the ring as long as you want me to hold it. When that day comes, if it felt how it felt when it felt, that'll be the day to get my knee dirty again." They exchange a hug and she leaves. Game picks the ring up off the counter and looks at it, then puts it back down. Tiff walks out. Jay: "What the f#%k are we doing man?"

Next week Game is doing a big concert, Tiff is talking over the the relationship with her family, and the drama continues - join us then!

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