We've seen the drama unfold all season long on MTV, but when the cast of Teen Mom 2 reunites with Dr. Drew Pinsky, all bets are off.
Kicking off Teen Mom 2 Season 7 Episode 13, Jenelle Evans and Leah Messer sat down - with significant others - for a needed check-in.
Let's begin with Jenelle, who told Dr. Drew that her boyfriend David Eason and mother Barbara Evans bonded during a night of drinking.
Looks like the two have squashed that beef, though Babs did admit she was super pissed at David that time he called the police on her.
"You do not call the cops on your girlfriend's mother," she said. "I don't think it was appropriate because first of all, these are my grandchildren."
"They all know that I yell."
In other news, Barbara revealed that Jenelle's son Jace was diagnosed with ADHD, for which he takes medication, and that she is on Tinder.
Barbara, not Jenelle.
As for the custody battle over Jace, Jenelle and Barbara are still fighting over that, while Jenelle and Nathan Griffith are a total train wreck.
Really. It's even worse than you think, by a lot.
When you watch Teen Mom 2 online, you'll be shocked at just how bad this situation is - even though your expectations are likely terrible!
"All these boyfriends are supposedly abusing her, when she's abusing herself," he said, denying Evans' accusations of domestic abuse.
"Might wanna show them the little cut on your wrist too," he jibed, to which Jenelle's responed? "So wait, you didn't choke me?"
"You never put your hands on me? You never slapped me in the face when I poured water on your face while you were sleeping?"
"When you decided to crash on my house when you were drunk?" Evans added. "No? 'Cause Tori was there ... we all saw it."
Nathan recoiled and snapped back hard, "Oh, you mean the time when she bit my back, and then you slit your wrist?"
Then there were cheating allegations made, along with Nathan's claims that Kaiser, his son with Jenelle, is at risk. Constantly.
"My son is in an unstable environment with two drug addicts, where you see weed in the background, smoking constantly."
"Now you have this mysterious illness?" Griffith said. "You're not capable of taking care of him. You are totally unstable."
Accusations that David Eason is a drug dealer and/or abuser are nothing new, apparently, as Nathan called CPS about it once before.
Then it just got weird, as we learned that Nathan allegedly had his lawyer complain on record that sex with Jenelle Evans was "painful."
Nathan then sort of tried to throw shade at Jenelle for chatting about sex, which was bizarre, but she got the last word and then some.
"I'm sorry it bothers you that I talk about my sex life," she said, implying what his true motivations are. "Sorry I'm not with you anymore."
Then he decided to insult Jenelle's weight, saying, "I don't want you to be with me. I mean, like, how much pounds have you gained?"
"You gained, like, 30 or 40 pounds, didn't you?"
Oh, and last but not least ... Nathan said he found Jenelle Evans banging Kieffer Delp - her infamous bad boy ex - after they'd broken up.
"[Nathan] climbs in my bathroom window at 4 a.m. and bursts in my bedroom at 4 a.m. after he moved out!" Jenelle said in her defense.
"It doesn't matter, you moved on, I moved on."
Barbara chimed in: "He started choking Kieffer so bad he almost, like, killed him, then Kieffer left the next day and we've never seen Kieffer again."
Wow. Words fail us at this point.
David Eason, meanwhile, surprisingly said he wants Nathan and Kaiser to have a good relationship, due to his own negative experiences.
According to David, who has been in jail as we know, getting custody taken away while incarcerated is a fate worse than death. Real talk.
As for Leah Messer, she spent the majority of this season getting along great with her (most recent) ex, but now she expresses disappointment.
That's because Jeremy Calvert and Brooke Wehr are off going their own thing, leaving her holding the bag when it comes to Adalynn.
"He was doing great, but he just, like, moved in with his girlfriend to Ohio," she said, adding that Jeremy waits weeks between visits.
"He said he got laid off because he asked to come out here [for this reunion]," Messer added in a somewhat dubious claim about him.
As for those feelings regarding her former spouse?
"At that time, I did still love Jeremy. I did," she said.
"I mean, I'm over it. Completely over it, but that's just recently happened. I've just recently accepted that I don't think Jeremy and I are good together."
Probably healthy. Ditto with Leah and Corey Simms, who haven't always had the easiest relationship, but are now ready to move on.
In fact, Corey's only beef is with ... Dr. Drew.
"When you bring up stuff from the past, obviously it stirs up a bunch of emotions," he said via video call, declining to attend in person.
"I felt like I was doing the best I could," Simms lamented to the MTV host, "and you always [made it seem] like I was doing nothing."
Dr. Drew told Corey that "if I came off as singling you out or harsh, I apologize," while Corey explained his minimal screen time thusly:
"We didn't like [last season], so we chose our own route and backed off a little bit," he said, and honestly it's difficult to criticize that.
Leah seems to be in a good place, too.
"Every time we're all together I just feel so at peace. And my girls' personality, they've just lightened back up," she said of their relationship.
Fingers crossed that it continues.