Week three of True Tori may have proven to be the most awkward episode yet.
For starters, Dean McDermott somehow managed to make viewers cringe even more with his awful remarks and use of unnecessary 50-cent words. Couple that with Tori Spelling's breakdown over her insecurities, and BAM: 60 minutes of uncomfortable television for your viewing pleasure.
In case you missed it, scroll through below to see the most painful moments from the Lifetime show -- and, don't worry, tons of Beverly Hills, 90210 references will be made:
At an "intensive therapy" session with a therapist who appeared waaaay too comfortable in front of the camera, Tori initially struggles to confront her poor excuse of a husband about his infidelity. But, alas, the reality star knows this thing needs ratings, so she finally goes in for the full shebang.
Dean explains Emily Goodhand, the girl with whom he cheated on Tori (we'll now refer to her as Lord Voldemort or "You-Know-Who"), was just a "warm body" and he wasn't "attracted to her." In fact, he felt like he was on "auto-pilot."
This somehow makes Tori reveal they had been having sex "all weekend" the weekend before his crude shenanigans in Canada. TMI. Ears will never be the same.
Anyway, after Dean says he's "insatiable" (vomit) and how bad Tori is in bed, he then says she's the closest thing to a "perfect person" and that he's "evil" and a "psychopath."
Some more amazing Dean quotables from this part:
--"I was trying to get myself out of a jam. I was in survival mode."
--"I cheated on my wife. That's my worst nightmare." (Your worst nightmare was getting caught, bro. Good job!)
Where the heck is David Silver when you need him? (OK, so he cheated on Donna, too, but, like, it's David Silver. They're MEANT TO BE.)