Season 3, Episode 8August 9, 2017A final consultation for bottom surgery awaits Jazz and her family in San Francisco, and they hope this one gives them better news than the first three.Meanwhile, Jazz debates conservative commentator Tomi Lahren.Determining the pipebowl mean date involves identifying the shape of each bowl, counting the number of examples of each morphological type, and then completing a series of simple arithmetic calculations.The pipebowl-dating device correlates well with other archaeological lines of evidence.After the first wedding, everyone takes stock of their commitments: are they ready to get engaged, or should some couples take a break? Jazz goes on a date with new romantic love interest Shane.Jimmy meets Kelli Jo's father with a specific agenda, and Chris and Missy's future is suddenly uncertain. Jack and Jacky want Jazz all to themselves and host a sleepover.Jazz, who is about to go into high school, grapples with the usual teen angst in addition to her own challenges as a transgender girl.Her family, which includes her three siblings, parents and grandparents, also talk about their experiences.
I Am Jazz focuses on the "Jennings" family (the surname "Jennings" is a pseudonym, and any reference to the family's exact location is obscured) and their day-to-day lives.Guided by relationship experts, everyone quickly forms connections, including love triangles. These pregnancies turn 3 couples' lives upside down.Krystal & Jarrel argue over their baby's paternity until Krystal goes into labor.Aged 4, Jennings was diagnosed with gender dysphoria in childhood, making her one of the youngest publicly documented people to be identified as gender dysphoric.Her parents, Greg and Jeanette, decided to support her female gender identity by her fifth birthday.