If you watched last night's episode of Teen Mom: OG, you know that it featured what may have been the rock bottom moment in the relationship between Amber Portwood and Matt Baier.
The Mamber relationship has basically been one long rough patch, but lately things have really come to a head, and the consensus amongst fans is that Matt might be taking his dead beat ass back to Boston in the very near future.
In Monday night's installment, Matt and Amber traveled to Las Vegas to help friends of theirs scout locations for their upcoming wedding.
Sensing an opportunity to legally secure his place aboard the Amber gravy train, Baier started pressuring Portwood to elope.
Matt wound up losing it when she hesitated and eventually told one of the show's producers that he would "never" marry Amber.
Sort of an odd reaction to someone not wanting to get married quickly enough for you, but it looks like Matt's getting his wish.
Portwood has called off the wedding, but not as a result of Baier's shady Vegas shenanigans.
No, her decision is a result of Baier failing a lie detector test designed to determine whether or not he's ever cheated on her.
So yeah, it took the emergence of what is very nearly conclusive evidence that Matt has been unfaithful for Amber to push the wedding back.
What's truly amazing about all of this is that she might not have even gone so far as to break up with him.
According to The Ashley's Reality Roundup, Matt and Amber are definitely still living together.
(Matt has even used Amber's house as his home address in some recently filed legal documents.)
However, a tweet posted by Amber during last night's episode has given fans new reason to be hopeful:
"I think a lot of people will be shocked this season. But I feel vindicated!!
#trustedmyinstincts love always,” Portwood wrote.
A lot of fans have pointed out that that makes it sound very much like Amber has finally cut ties with Matt.
Unfortunately, what's been going on in their lives these past few days hasn't been captured by MTV cameras, so unless Amber goes into greater detail, it may be quite some time before we find out what's going on with any certainty.