Sure, it's technically a reality show, but at this point, we don't think there's any denying that Teen Mom 2 is one of the best soap operas on TV.
And of course, that's largely because of Jenelle Evans.
The 26-year-old mother of three has really been stepping up as the show's cartoonishly evil arch-villain in recent months.
She teeters on the brink of getting arrested and/or fired and/or visited by DCFS pretty much all the time, but this is next level.
Even by her standards, she's on something of a roll.
This has been true on and off the hot reality show, such as in a new interview she did for Vince Russo's The Brand podcast.
There, Jenelle did her damnedest to make sure she thoroughly pissed off the handful of TM2 fans who don't already hate her.
First, Jenelle admitted doing drugs while pregnant with daughter Ensley, confirming a long-rumored allegation against her.
That may seem uncharacteristically honest of her, but the alleged drug use is already a matter of public record at this point.
Thanks to a series of CPS investigations, so she was left with little choice other than lying (not that this would've shocked us).
From there, Jenelle did what she does best and went off on her co-stars, who of course, weren't there to defend themselves.
She started with fellow mom of three Leah Messer.
Leah recently appeared on Kailyn Lowry's podcast and joked about an incident involving Jenelle's hot-tempered husband.
Remember that time David Eason pulled a knife and stabbed a bunch of balloons at the Teen Mom 2 reunion show taping?
Yeah, that was a thing that happened.
This comment, while accurate, was apparently enough to earn the full wrath of Jenelle, who offered a hilarious explanation:
"My husband got tangled in five balloons on the way out the door. He couldn’t get out of them, so he started popping balloons."
"And he walked out. That’s it," Jenelle insisted, insisting that Leah Messer "wasn’t even near it ... no one was near it."
"He was by the back door, the exit door," Evans adds. "And she just gets on the podcast saying, like, my husband’s some crazy person."
She went on to issue a vague threat about exposing Leah's secrets, and then just went ahead and exposed Leah's secrets.
(She's not great at this whole blackmail thing.)
"And I hold, like, all of Leah’s secrets, and I have held them for years. Like, when she was on drugs and on pills," Jenelle said.
"I was standing there talking to Jeremy [Calvert] every single day texting him, 'Are you OK dude? I’m going through the same thing."
"I know Leah’s cheating on you, and I know she had her ex-fiance jump through the deer cam," Evans recalls telling him.
"But you know, I know I’m being cheated on too by Nathan [Griffith] and we’re both going through the same thing.'"
"And he’s like, “I don’t know what to do.” And I’m like, “I don’t know what to do. You tell me what to do because I’m going through this too.”
Leah's one of the less-confrontational Teen Moms, as you know if you watch Teen Mom 2 online. She never goes looking for a fight.
That being said, she wasn't about to just lie back and do nothing, letting Jenelle indict her as some adulterous junkie.
In a series of recent Instagram and Snapchat stories, Leah called out her loud-mouth co-star in pretty epic fashion:
"I don’t care, I think it’s funny. Crazy. Lies, lies, lies. Who can lie like that and think that it’s normal?" Leah asked of Jenelle's behavior.
"So insane. And I tried to not say anything."
"OK, so I’m a timid person," she concedes, "but if you push me too far then I’m gonna pop, you know? I think that’s anyone."
"You can ask Jeremy about that."
Leah and her former husband did have their share of epic blowouts, it's true; Calvert knows Messer is no shrinking violet.
She went on to explain her decision to discuss the balloon-popping incident, which she said was part of a harmless chat.
"In Kail’s podcast, guys, we were just catching up since the [Teen Mom 2] Reunion, since we last met," Leah recalled.
"We were filming and they wanted us to kind of recap catching up the last time we saw each other, which was crazy," she said.
"And that’s what happened."
"All I said was my girl was terrified and it was really crazy. We caught up! We weren’t throwing jabs at anyone in particular."
"We were speaking facts."
Sounds like a reasonable explanation to us ... but something tells us Jenelle won't just remain silent in hopes of squashing the beef.
Call it a hunch.
We're talking about a person who lets her toddler son play with guns and who is pretty much trying to get fired at this point.
Not exactly the poster child for stability or self-awareness. Leah may want to go radio silent and just watch her self-destruct.