OK, so we've known for a good long while now that Farrah Abraham was fired from Teen Mom OG, right?
After all, she let us know pretty much as soon as it happened.
It was at the end of October -- she was all set to do butt stuff for a special Halloween special on that adult entertainement site she'd started working with, but just hours before the show was set to start, she was let go.
We've never been sure exactly what happened because we've only heard Farrah's side of the story, and, well, she's not the greatest storyteller.
Mostly because she can rarely even manage to string one single sentence together in a way that makes sense.
From what we've been able to piece together in all of her many, many rants, the issue was that the production company that films Teen Mom was no longer cool with Farrah's adult entertainment endeavors.
She's gone on and on about the "hate crimes" the company committed against her, and how they're punishing her for working in the sex industry.
But, as we're learning in this very special clip MTV just released from next week's episode, it looks like things go a little deeper than that.
The video starts out with a quick little scene to set the tone for the firing -- a scene of Farrah treating a producer like absolute garbage.
"I know I don't like you and I know I don't even want to f-cking look at you," she tells the producer, Kristen, who is just trying to work with her.
When Kristen tries to smooth everything over, Farrah says "F-ck you and your excuses."
It's bizarre to watch, and even though that little segment is only 10 seconds long, it definitely shows why the company might have a hard time working with her.
Then, in the meat of the clip, executive producer Morgan J. Freeman is having the big talk with Farrah.
"I think we want to look at just sort of how people are treated," he begins. "Do you feel like you respect the people that are around you, trying to make the show and spend all this time --"
But she cuts him off with "You know, I respect a lot of people who respect me."
After that, Morgan just decides to go ahead and drop a big ol' truth bomb, telling her "Right, but you do have very little empathy or compassion for other people."
She gives him a look, but he soldiers on, saying that there has to be respect for all the people working behind the scenes.
When she tries to say that she does respect people, he says "But the amount of work that goes in to keeping you happy with crew has bubbled up to a point that we have to figure out if we move forward."
So basically Farrah is too much of a diva to even continue working on the show she helped make famous.
Making his point for him, she gets her sassy tone on and tells him that she's sure there's a better way of handling the situation.
"Right," he replies, "but out of nine moms, you're the only one that's difficult."
Then she has the nerve to try to sit there and look him in the eye and tell him that she's "not difficult."
Spoiler: he's not buying it.
"I am so understanding," Farrah says, "and I am working my ass off just like everyone."
And that's all we'll see of this intense conversation until the new episode of Teen Mom OG airs next week!
It's kind of shocking to see her so clueless about how terrible she is, isn't it?
It shouldn't be, because she's clueless about darn near everything, but there's just something about seeing Farrah Abraham insist she's a joy to be around that's simply too bizarre.
Watch it all for yourself in the video below: