‘True Tori’ is back with Season 2, and the emotions were at an all-time high. Click for Tori and Dean’s greatest one-liners from the premiere. (Trust us, you don’t want to miss this.)
Tori Spelling began True Tori Season 2, crawling into bed with her husband Dean McDermott, telling him that she just took a pregnancy test. Well, at least they’re in bed together this time around? Read on for your Oct. 21 premiere recap, and find out if Tori is really pregnant.
‘True Tori’ Season 2 Premiere: Tori Spelling ‘Fell In Love With Dean All Over Again’
Tori and Dean are still working through their problems and took a little Malibu vacay, after Season 1, but since the last time we saw them, the “totally unexpected” happened: Tori fell in love with Dean all over again.
“We did everything together,” Tori tells the cameras, perched on her now oddly signature couch. “We had sex like crazy!”
Well, maybe that’s why she’s pregnant.
…or maybe not.
Tori tells her therapist that she’s late — like late, late — but she’s too scared to tell Dean because she fears he cheated on her last time, in order to escape her and the kids. On the bright side, Dean is more than happy to tell their shrink that he and Tori had sex 16 days in a row, while they were on their beach getaway.
Dean McDermott Can’t Focus On Tori: ‘There’s A Ginormous Cricket’
Tori dropped her kids off at preschool, and while filming isn’t permitted inside their school, Tori reveals that Finn and Hattie had breakdowns when she left them in the classroom.
When Tori returns home from dropping the kids off, she’s distraught over pseudo empty nesters’ syndrome, but Dean’s a bit distracted. “I love how you tell me how you feel, but there’s a ginormous cricket.”
Tori continues to complain about missing the kids, while they’re away at school, and Dean puts on that creepy smirk we’ve all missed so much and does his best to comfort his wife: “You’re stuck with me.”
Tori Gets Lunch With A Girlfriend: ‘I’ll Have The Happy Ending’
You literally can’t make this stuff up. Tori gets lunch with a girlfriend, and orders albacore tuna, in addition to a “happy ending” roll.
“Can you give me a hand with that happy ending?” Tori asks the waitress. Now, that’s how you order sushi.
Other high points of this ladies’ lunch?
Tori reveals she did the Dean deed quickly: “We had sex the first night we met.”
Tori defends Dean’s mistress: “I don’t blame Emily.”
Tori pictures what Dean’s mistress may look like in her head: “I mean, she’s an Amish woman from the 1800’s.” (Later on in the episode, her friend brings her a photo of the woman, and she does not look Amish. But Tori is still unimpressed — “So am I b*tch if I say that I think she’s unattractive?”)
By the time Tori digs into her food, her happy ending roll fell apart. “Ugh. Story of my life.”
(The symbolism is deep, you guys.)
Tori Gets Cancelled: ‘My Dad Wouldn’t Have Wanted This!’
Dean attempts to console Tori when her short-lived series Mystery Girls is cancelled, but she doesn’t want his hugs. “I don’t like compassion.”
Since she doesn’t want his physical support, Dean comes in verbally with the truth: “It’s a great show!”
(Dean, we’ve always known that honesty isn’t your strong point.)
The first episode didn’t show Tori’s full breakdown, but HollywoodLife.com showed you a sneak peek of the upcoming season, revealing Tori freaking over her family’s finances, after her show is officially cancelled.
“I’m overwhelmed with life,” Tori says through her tears in the preview clip. She completely breaks down into tears and tells Dean that she doesn’t want to change their lavish lifestyle. (They just spent an entire month in Malibu, people!) And then she pulls the daddy card. “My dad wouldn’t have wanted this!”
Anyway, cancellation aside, Tori interrupts her own thought: “I can’t stop thinking about the fact that I might be pregnant.”
Tori Tells Dean She Might Be Pregnant: ‘Is That A Joke, Or For Reals?’
You know what every woman wants their hubby to say when she breaks baby news? “Is that a joke, or for reals?”
Well, when Tori tells Dean that she feels pregnant, that’s his response.
In actuality, he tells her that he’d be excited if she were expecting their fifth child, but then he compares her being scared of her pregnancy to having a migraine. She doesn’t like that comparison.
In the end, Tori takes a pregnancy test, and she’s not pregnant. And Dean is sad. “Part of me is a little sad because we make beautiful babies.”
HollywoodLifers, what did you think of the Season 2 premiere of True Tori? Do you feel bad for Tori with her financial struggles? Let us know.
— Elizabeth Wagmeister