Last night on The Baby Borrowers, the teen parents had to deal with perhaps the most challenging task to date: Raising teenagers. One couple, Alicea and Cory, were placed with an insolent, destructive 13-year-old boy who clearly has no respect for anyone. When his mother came to pick him up at the end of the experiment, Alicea and Cory were sure to let her know just how ill behaved he was. But she was one of those "Oh, not my child" kind of parents, insisting that the teens just weren't assertive enough. Alicea and Cory held their ground, and I think they really actually walked away from this one learning a valuable lesson: That children are a reflection of the way their real parents raise them, not the way their fake, TV, teen parents handle them for 3 days.