Normally we here at TMZ stick to reality shows about D-list celebs and hotel heiresses. But since the lovely people at FX sent over this season of "30 Days," we have to admit we're a bit hooked.
This week's episode focuses on the issue of abortion. Jennifer, a staunchly pro-choice feminist, travels across the country to live at His Nesting Place, a pro-life maternity home and crisis pregnancy center. His Nesting Place is run by Pastor Al and his wife Judy and is home to 12 pregnant women who were either homeless or had nowhere else to turn for help. The home is a Christian ministry and is against abortion under any circumstances.
Jennifer's 30 days went as to be expected -- she bonded with the mothers and the children in the home, but had a harder time finding common ground with various pro-life supporters. Both Jennifer and Pastor Al admitted that neither of them would ever change their opinions, but the two bonded nonetheless. While you can certainly file these two under the category of "agree to disagree," it would be dismissive to say that they didn't learn anything from each other.