If you're a Teen Mom 2 fan, then by now, you've probably heard the news that Jenelle Evans was fired from the show following the revelation that her husband, David Eason, shot and killed the family dog.
So last night may have been Jenelle's final non-reunion appearance on the show.
And it was just as disappointing as all of her other segments this season.
Jenelle briefly appeared on camera, but mostly, we heard her disembodied voice bickering with producers in a conference call.
And based on her comments, it seems she falsely believed that she was in a position of power over the people signing her paychecks.
Take a look:
Jenelle clearly thought she had the upper hand over her bosses on this week's episode of Teen Mom 2. She was wrong ...
Once again, the show was forced to rely on blocks of text this week to fill fans in on the latest threats from Jenelle's husband, David Eason.
There was a plan to have Jenelle travel frequently so that she could be filmed in environments where the show's crew would be safe.
Talk About Not Reading the Writing on the Wall ...
“I’m gonna have to talk to MTV about what the future’s gonna hold,” Jenelle told her traveling companion as she returned from Florida.
Aw, Poor David
“I don’t know if they’d accept his apology if he did apologize again," she added. "David feels like he needs to defend himself and it upsets him.”
At the End of Her Wits
This is one of the few times we've seen Jenelle side with producers over her husband, as she encouraged David to "shut up," rather than continuing to threaten her job.
Too Little, Too Late
David must have picked up on her growing irritation, as he attempted to apologize to the show's producers.
Yeah, No ...
But understandably, Jenelle's bosses were not eager to take David at his word.
First Time Could Be the Last Time
"No one wants to be there for the first time," one producer aptly pointed out, when Jenelle argued that David had yet to make good on any of his threats.
“When any Teen Mom couple goes and travels, they bring whoever they’re married to and I don’t have that option and I don’t feel comfortable doing that,” she complained on the conference call. “It’s causing issues.”
The Benefit of Hindsight
We doubt Jenelle watched this week's episode, but if she had, she might have finally realized that she was not in a position to be making demands.
The Downward Spiral
As you probably know by now, Jenelle's life has deteriorated rapidly in the weeks since that episode was filmed.
The Nugget Incident
First, her husband shot and killed the family dog in a fit of blind rage.
As a direct result of that appalling act, Jenelle lost custody of her son Kaiser, who is currently living with his father, Nathan.
The Jace Case
She has also lost visitation rights with her son Jace. Jenelle's mother has custody of the boy, and has forbidden him to visit Jenelle and David out of fear for his safety.
Currently, CPS is conducting an investigation in order to determine if Jenelle and David are capable of providing a safe environment for Ensley, their 2-year-old daughter, and Maryssa, his 11-year-old daughter from a previous relationship.
What Lies Ahead
It's difficult to say what the future might hold in store for Jenelle, but we know it doesn't involve more work with MTV.
Best Case Scenario
The best that she can hope for now is that she'll be able to retain custody of Ensley and Maryssa and regain custody of Kaiser.
A New Challenge
But if Jenelle thought it was tough to provide a safe and healthy home environment before -- wait until she sees how hard it is without any income coming into the home!