Another season of ‘True Tori’ has come and gone so have Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott finally worked things out? On the Dec. 9 finale, the couple gets into a huge blowout fight, Tori is admitted to the hospital and Dean admits that he wants to quit the show.
Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott just can’t keep it together. On the Season 2 finale, Dean questions why Tori is even with him and storms out of therapy. Plus, Dean serves their children black mac and cheese (yes, really), and Tori is rushed to the hospital for “Ebola-like symptoms.”
Tori Spelling Is Still Holding Grudges Against Dean McDermott For The Babysitter
When the finale episode begins, Tori is still upset with Dean for bringing a female friend into the house to interview to babysit their kids. Well, “upset” is an understatement.
Tori drags Dean back to another therapy session to hash things out, and let’s just say, it doesn’t go over too well when Tori brings up the babysitter.
“If you don’t like my instincts, you don’t like my choices, you don’t think I can get here, you don’t think I can understand your feelings, than why the f*** are you with me?” Dean screams at Tori, during their session.
She questions him, asking if any woman would be okay with him bringing another woman into the house, after he’s already cheated, to which he replies: “I don’t know. I can’t think for other women. This was my thought process — good, bad or indifferent. I thought I was helping!”
And then he storms out of the room.
‘True Tori’ Finale: Tori Realizes That Dean Will Never Change
“I keep saying I want Dean to change,” Tori tells Dr Wexler. But when her therapist asks if she thinks it’s possible for him to change, she fesses up the harsh truth…
Meanwhile, Dean texts a producer for the show and says that he needs his space and he might not ever come home.
Tori Is Rushed To The Hospital For Ebola-Like Symptons
Turns out, there’s a bigger problem than Dean’s latest tantrum — Tori is rushed to the hospital. (Remember when she had “Ebola?” — aka bronchitis.)
Anyway, Dean takes care of the kids, while Tori is sick for 13 days, and Dean truly shows just how much he misses his wife: “Things have been really peaceful and calm at home…I’ve gotta be honest or it’s not gonna work, it’s really peaceful here.”
By the way, Dean serves the kids black mac and cheese for dinner. (In all fairness, it was a mummy-themed dinner, so kinda cute, but let’s just think about it — the second mommy is gone, the kids eat fake black dairy products?)
Dean Tells Tori He Wants To Quit ‘True Tori
Once Tori is back from the hospital, she has another breakdown with her girlfriend, followed by a serious breakdown with Dr. Wexler.
Then her and Dean finally sit down to talk, and he comes clean about wanting to quit the show.
“The show is just documenting what happened in our lives,” Tori tells Dean who disagrees. “The lines are so blurred with this f***ing show,” he says, adding that he doesn’t know if he’s ever talking to his wife or if he’s talking for the show.
“I want to share my feelings and thoughts with you. I don’t want people seeing me go through this process. It’s just not good for me. I don’t feel good about it anymore,” Dean admits. “I just can’t continue on.”
“Where does that leave me?” Tori asks, adding that the show “makes a lot of sense” for her.
Dean concludes that he can’t do reality TV anymore because it’s the one part of his life that he can control the privacy.
HollywoodLifers, do you think Tori and Dean should split up? Should they cancel their show for good? Should Tori be more understanding about Dean wanting to quit the show?
— Elizabeth Wagmeister
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