Tori Spelling was hospitalized for six days last month with an undisclosed illness in the midst of her ongoing marriage crisis with husband Dean McDermott.
On the next episode of True Tori, we find out the TRUTH!
Or at least the storyline they orchestrated for this week:
Either these two are surprisingly good actors (not something we are convinced of after watching so many years of 90210) or this is a really dysfunctional setup.
We've already learned that Dean wanted to off himself at one point, then seen him be physically pained in therapy sessions when he talks about cheating on Tori.
Maybe they shouldn't have agreed to do this reality show. Just an idea. Even if Tori never misses a chance to turn a good crisis into a nice payday. #priorities
Clearly, the couple is treading on seriously thin ice emotionally and physically.
On this week's episode, Tori confessed that she fears if he keeps working on Chopped Canada, he will revert to old ways of lying, substance abuse and banging Emily Goodhand.
If she's even a real person. Banging someone not named Tori is the point.
Dean, meanwhile, said he wanted to end the marriage and that he wanted to be the best husband and father ever in the same night, so he's clearly stable.
Good times on True Tori: The Train Wreck You Can't Look Away From.