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First of all, I totally forgot that this show was still on the air.

Second of all, come on MOM.

Courtney Stodden and her mother, Krista Keller went on Lifetime’s The Mother/Daughter Experiment for a paycheck to try and work through their issues, which involved Keller falling for Stodden’s husband, Dough Hutchison.

"I’m just hoping we’re not going to be worse off than before we got here," Stodden said on last night’s season finale.

"But I’m just concerned that I’m never going to be able to feel that complete trust with my mother ever again."

Keller, 56, has denied ever falling in love with the actor.  Instead, she claims thy had an emotional affair.

Yeah…that’s still weird.

Back in April, Hutchison appeared on an episode and revealed that Keller did hit on him.

"Krista was relentless about her feelings for me, how when she was lying next door she was thinking about me," Hutchinson said.

"It culminated into an unbelievable confession from Krista saying, ‘When Courtney leaves here, I will be here for you – because I am in love with you.’"

Fast-forward to the finale, and Keller is still denying any wrongdoing.

While Stodden got real with Dr. Magids  (the show’s resident psychologist), Keller whined that she kept "getting beat up over and over and over again" by her daughter.

You shut your dirty mouth, Dr. Magids wanted to say.

Instead, she diplomatically explained to Keller that Stodden’s feelings are valid.

"I think you’re underestimating the betrayal that she feels," the New York-based psychologist said.

"You have to accept that you were a mother who fell in love with her daughter’s husband."

Us Weekly pointed out that that the finale aired at 4 p.m. on July 5th, two months after the last episode, a move no one can figure out.

As the episode wound down, no closure had been found between Keller and Stodden.

“I’m disappointed that Courtney believes her husband over me, and for her to still feel so negative, it hurts," Keller said.

Stodden was also disappointed that she and her mother had not made amends.

“She’s doing good, but I’m not. … I don’t think she will ever truly grasp the pain she’s caused me.”

Stodden and Hutchison are expecting their first child together.