It's been a while since we've had a Duggar-related homophobia scandal, but if you think about it, it just wouldn't be Christmas without it.
Once again, a member of reality TV's largest and most controversial family saying or doing something that alienates a large segment of the population.
This year, it's Jessa Duggar's turn.
Jessa, as you may know, has already shown a real talent in terms of pissing off people who aren't exactly like her or who dare to have differing views.
Take the time Jessa compared abortion to the holocaust, for example.
With one social media tirade, the 24-year-old managed to offend countless groups. Impressive, in a terrible way.
You can't teach that sort of thing, and Jessa's parents no doubt beamed with pride over their daughter's ability to use her religious beliefs to denigrate others.
Now, Jessa is proving once again that she's the LeBron James of cultural insensitivity, coming through in the clutch to drain a pre-holiday buzzer beater of hate.
Jessa knows that she's at a stage in her "career" where she's vulnerable to being canned by TLC if she's too outspoken in her ultra-right-wing views.
After all, the Duggars have been canceled once already for being atrocious, and their new series has consistently pulled in lackluster ratings.
Plus, she probably learned a thing or two about keeping her prejudices relatively low-key after Phil Robertson got fired from Duck Dynasty.
Robertson's disgusting comments about the gay community didn't get his show nixed, but it did forever tarnish it in many fans' minds.
That brings us to Jessa's newest Instagram video ...
The above video shows Jessa watching the HGTV home improvement series Fixer Upper, starring Chip and Joanna Gaines.
That may seem innocent enough (and who knows, maybe it is), but this is Duggar Nation. Fans read into everything. A lot.
In this case, given her track record, maybe they have reason to. Is Jessa subtly passing her bigotry on to the next generation?
Chip and Joanna Gaines were recently criticized for their alleged anti-gay views, and many are taking Jessa's video as a show of support.
This could be a case of social media users overreacting.
In fact, to a certain degree, they most certainly are.
But it does seem strange that Jessa never posted anything about the show or the Gaines' before they were involved in this controversy.
If it were anyone else, perhaps we'd give them the benefit of the doubt and chalk it up to little Spurge enjoying a home renovation series.
But when the Duggars are involved, if it looks like their expressing some old-fashioned, ass-backwards prejudice, they probably are.