Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp 1 Season 2012

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Valentine's Day is near and both love and hate are in the air. Gino surprises Bristol with a distinctively Alaskan gift while Willow proves there's no love lost between her and Bristol.

Runtime:
21 minutes
Original air date:
July 10, 2012

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Season 1
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    1. Spreading My Wings Bristol welcomes viewers into the Palin household as she prepares to say goodbye to her hometown, Wasilla, Alaska for a few months. But first, she has to convince her reluctant younger sister, Willow, to come with her and her son, Tripp, to Los Angeles.

    TV-14 21min June 19, 2012
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    2. Bristol, a Book, and the Beach Levi Johnston's (Bristol's ex-boyfriend and father to her son Tripp) tell-all book is published while Bristol struggles to adjust to life in LA. Bristol begs Willow to return so that she doesn't have to face the media storm alone.

    TV-14 21min June 26, 2012
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    3. Baby Daddy Dilemma Back in Alaska, Bristol arranges for a meeting between her, Levi and Tripp to discuss Levi's role in Tripp's life. Willow opposes the idea of giving Levi another chance, while Andy suggests Tripp is better off without a part-time Dad.

    TV-14 21min June 26, 2012
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    4. From Bad to Worse While enjoying a night out on the town with friends, Bristol encounters a very aggressive critic of the Palin family; her response makes headlines.

    TV-14 20min June 21, 2012
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    5. Ms. Palin Goes to Washington Bristol and Willow join Sarah on her trip to Washington, DC for the CPAC convention. While in DC, Bristol encounters hecklers, hosts a book signing and comes face to face with a Sarah Palin impersonator/imposter.

    TV-14 21min July 3, 2012
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    6. Sarah's Surprise Bristol, Willow and the family plan a surprise birthday party for Sarah. In the midst of the planning, Bristol realizes that Tripp's discipline issues have gotten out of hand and the entire family weighs in on what should be done.

    TV-14 20min July 3, 2012
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    7. Valen-Times Valentine's Day is near and both love and hate are in the air. Gino surprises Bristol with a distinctively Alaskan gift while Willow proves there's no love lost between her and Bristol.

    TV-14 21min July 10, 2012
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    8. Reindeer Games Bristol, Gino and Andy prepare Tripp for his first Iron Pup race. Along the way, Bristol does a radio interview, encounters her biggest fear and cheers Todd along at the start of his Iron Dog snow machine race.

    TV-14 21min July 10, 2012
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    9. Cabin Fever Willow takes a tour of Trendsetters Beauty School in Anchorage and contemplates her future while Bristol, Gino and Tripp spend their first vacation together en route to the Iron Dog finish line in Fairbanks, Alaska.

    TV-14 21min July 17, 2012
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    10. New Beginnings Bristol and Willow visit Phoenix, AZ. Willow explores a local hair school while Bristol finalizes the sale of an investment property as she prepares to move into her new lake house in Wasilla.

    TV-14 21min July 17, 2012
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    11. Bearizona Bristol, Tripp and Gino head southwest to check in on Willow at hair school in Arizona. Following a trip to the taxidermist in an attempt to make Willow's apartment more Alaskan, Bristol and Gino soak in local culture.

    TV-14 20min July 24, 2012
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    12. Kicked to the Curb Before driving to Alaska with a moving truck packed with her belongings, Bristol and Co. take a quick road trip to the Grand Canyon.

    TV-14 20min July 24, 2012
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    13. The Bet With Gino out of the picture, Bristol welcomes her struggling single-mom friend, Marissa, and her young daughter to move in with her in Wasilla. A trip to a maternity house provides an eye-opening experience for the young single moms and Willow.

    TV-14 20min July 31, 2012
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    14. The Ring Bear-er After making amends, Bristol and Gino take major steps in their relationship. But before Gino can put a ring on it, he needs to clear the air with disapproving sister Willow.

    TV-14 20min July 31, 2012

Product Details

Genres Reality TV
Supporting actors Tripp Palin, Willow Palin
Season year 2012
Network A&E Television Networks
Executive Producer Carlos Aguilar
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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I don't agree with all of Bristol Palin's religious and political beliefs but I do believe that she is truly inspirational to single mothers around the country. She is dealing with a difficult situation but has worked hard to create a good life for her son and be a good role model to him. I appreciated how genuinely real she is in this show and her positive outlook on life. This is a high quality, no drama, reality show and I would highly recommend it!
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Ari'Elle Peeler on November 18, 2013
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This whole family gets such a BS rap. This show is all about the bonds of faith and family and how every situation and every life is a gift from God. You don't like this show bc Bristol has money? Paris Hilton has a lot of money. Kim Kardashian has a lot of money. Their fame is achieved (aside from the family name) from sex tapes and selling sex in general. A girl from a well known Alaskan family make a mistake, gets pregnant, chooses life, and makes the best of every opportunity to support her son and spread awareness and she is ridiculed. I love this show. I love the Palin's. I wish that this country had more people like them. I also wish we got to see more of the Palin family. God bless!
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8 of 14 people found the following review helpful By AnnetteJ on August 20, 2012
I must preface this review by stating I am no fan of the Palin family. My politics runs counter to their spoken ones.
But my instincts tell me that some of their belief system may just be for show. So with this said---I watched Life's A Tripp
when it came on Lifetime with as open a mind as I could under the circumstances. I always want and try to be fair. Also I was
the designated "watcher" for my group of friends. They wanted a FAIR assessment.

Nightmare.

The premise of this series is laughable. Single, struggling mom (who owns a couple of homes, has a ghostwritten book to her credit, numerous magazine
spreads, and was a paid spokesperson for Candies )with a toddler moves to L.A. into a mansion to work for a non-profit.
Then Bristol brings her underaged sister out to care for her child and whines constantly about how hard everything is for her.
Why isn't Willow in school? If it so hard for Bristol--- who is caring for her child when she and Willow are not there? Or how hard can
it be when she is out at clubs, shopping, sitting around in Cafes with old DWTS colleagues? Bristol has no life like any single mother I know of.
And why does she decry media attention when she's the star of a reality show?!!!!!!

For a family who always made fun of "Hollywood" the Palins seem to want to be in the thick of it.

The production continuity was horrific. Bristol's weight and facial features changed without it ever being discussed.
Of course it was all discussed in the media. To be fair though--they filmed this all over a year or so---and she did many things
to her body in that year.

And last but not least---I would not let Bristol Palin care for a potted plant of mine.
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5 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Diana Gates on July 4, 2012
I can not imagine being in her shoes. It amazes me the adventures she has ahead of her. I enjoyed the show and wish the best for her.
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1 of 6 people found the following review helpful By ocean10 on December 30, 2012
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I enjoyed the series and would love to see a second one done. Tripp is adorable and I love to see how other people live.
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