After an epic season of Teen Mom: OG, Dr. Drew Pinsky reunited the cast for the second half of the much-anticipated reunion show Monday.
Whereas last week got things going with Catelynn Lowell, Tyler Baltierra, Amber Portwood and Gary Shirley, this week focused on their co-stars.
Farrah Abraham and Maci Bookout, who were notably at odds all season long, were the primary focal points of Teen Mom Season 11 Episode 12.
Did the pair bring the drama or, as teased in prior reports for the set, actually keep things civil? Is such a thing even possible with Farrah?
If you watch Teen Mom online, you know the girls are shown living their separate lives most of the time, yet are always intertwined.
For Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra, they've had their beef with Abraham on social media, and brought it to the forefront last night.
"Yeah, I think it's bulls--t," Tyler said of Farrah criticizing them or their other co-stars, as she has in the past, given her career choices.
Asked by Dr. Drew if he is really in a position to judge someone else for partaking in porn to raise money for their family, he responded:
"Yeah, but a percentage of teen moms don't have the ability to go do porn knowing it's going to freak out, blow up the Internet."
Damn. Naturally, Farrah then took the stage with her parents Debra and Michael by her side ... each wearing "Team Farrah" T-shirts.
Farrah's mom actually came out swinging more than Farrah did.
"It's interesting how Maci can attack my daughter," Debra Danielson declared. "I just think it's really rude. I felt like we're a family, all of us."
"What was so hurtful to me was [listening[ to Tyler sit there and talk about how desperate my daughter is, how she had to get a quick buck."
"There's a lot of women in this country that are single moms that do dance in clubs and I know that a lot of them watch this show."
Debra continued, "And instead of being derogatory and judging those girls, I want to see the girls on this show help those women."
"My daughter has been through a death," she said, referencing Farrah's late ex Derek Underwood. "We've been through hardship."
A tearful Farrah nodded and seconded her mom's viewers.
"Because of where I am in life, I don't feel I need to be regretful. In the adult world I've seen that many women are in gentlemen's clubs."
"Many women have these options as they're getting older," she adds. "If anything I've shown my daughter the worst and the best of it."
Regarding her new beau Simon Saran, Debra admitted she had some concerns, while Farrah's dad Michael praised the relationship.
"He may not get it completely but he understands more so now," Farrah said of Simon dating a single mom. "I'm not trying to rush things."
Farrah's normally reserved father somewhat surprisingly and candidly admitted to being unfaithful to Debra when they were married.
Pretty deep stuff, and we weren't done. Not by a long shot.
Dr. Drew called in her other three OGs to confront Farrah ... in the interest of group therapy and catharsis, of course. Not ratings. Oh no.
All eyes were on Maci Bookout and Farrah Abraham, though the former apologized to the latter, saying that her beef was really with MTV.
She was taken aback, but Farrah appreciated that apology.
"I understand if you don't want somebody to be a part of [this] because of other assumptions when you signed an agreement," she said.
Maci then told her co-star: "I want [a relationship] with you!"
"We all know how alone we can feel in our situations ... I think that it's important to know that we always have the four of us."
"I will always have their back," she said, "because they're the only three people who know exactly what we've all been through."
Amen, and hopefully - as Amber Portwood suggested right before the credits rolled - they'll all go through another season together.