Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott fight about who is the “good guy” versus who is the “bad guy” after Spelling opened up about her marriage in the upcoming episode of “True Tori.” Spelling, 41, claimed her husband admitted in therapy he did not put his children first. The accusation infuriated him.
“I heard what you guys were talking about,” McDermott, 47, said, according to Radar Online. “That is not how I prioritize things.”
Spelling tried to ameliorate the situation and said, “I just would love to get to the place where you actively think of things without me.” But McDermott remained outraged. “I don’t walk around like a f--king zombie and I don’t remember a thing,” he said.
[Watch the clip here, courtesy of E! News]
She tried to say it wasn’t about her being “all good” and him being “all bad,” but he didn’t see it that way. “But that’s what it seems like,” McDermott said. “It’s all we’ve been talking about lately. It’s sort of me all bad.”
“I’m not trying to make you look bad to the viewers,” Spelling said. "You’re my husband. I want to continue this relationship after the show is over.”
Some have wondered if the reality show would be canceled now that McDermott left the show. The reality star said he quit the series during an interview with Access Hollywood Nov. 5.
Even though the show seems to have become a topic of contention for the couple, Spelling apparently intends to remain on it. "She finds it really helpful," McDermott told E! News. "It's really expedited the conversations that needed to be had in the beginning. And just for me I just think bearing my soul and putting it all out there, I want some of my privacy back. I feel raw."
But it doesn’t mean the “Chopped Canada” host is going to stick around. "I've come to the conclusion that for me, yes, it's too much. I just can't do it anymore ... I'm done," he told the news site.
McDermott reportedly had five shows left to film before he called it quits. "I don't watch it, I can't. It's really difficult," he told Access Hollywood. “I can't keep opening a vein, opening my soul and sharing my feelings and thoughts and demons with the world."
“True Tori” currently airs on Lifetime Tuesdays at 9/8c.
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