Tori Spelling's former husband Charlie Shanian is never seen on camera, but he is the focal point of True Tori Season 2 Episode 3, airing this week.
You can blame Charlie for Tori's meltdown o' the week it looks like.
For the first time in eight years, Tori and Charlie meet up to discuss who knows what on True Tori Season 2 Episode 3, entitled "Tale of Two Husbands."
Tori started doing Dean McDermott while they were still married.
What did Tori and Charlie Shanian have to talk about? It's anticlimactic that we don't get to see it, but in the aftermath, she looks extremely distraught.
Like, particularly shaken and depressed, even by her standards.
"I feel like I did so much, I hurt him so bad. That's just a good man. He's forgiven me. I felt very alone," a tearful Tori tells the cameras while driving home.
"I just feel like lost," she then confesses to her own cheating husband, making for another incredibly awkward moment when you watch True Tori online.
"It felt like family, someone that knew you so well. When I left I just suddenly felt really alone and I don't know why. I regret the way I handled things, obviously."
"That's a good man."
Dean? Ehh ...
McDermott then asks, "Does seeing him and remembering what a good man he was bring up more anger towards me and resentment for what I did?"
It's a fair question and surprisingly self-aware coming from Dean McDermott, who was also married to Mary Jo Eustace when he started banging Tori.
All we know is that we really need to get Tori, Dean, Mary Jo, Charlie and Emily Goodhand together for a very special season of Couples Therapy.
This is just the latest in a long line of Tori Spelling meltdowns to play out on and off camera. She was recently hospitalized for a nervous breakdown.
On last week's True Tori, the two got into a big fight over a baked potato, and over her finances, and over her apparent hoarding problem. Seriously.
To say these are not the most stable individuals we have come across is the understatement of all time, which is something for a celebrity gossip website.
The only question is: How low can they go?