"There the right thing to do, and then there's what I want."
Though they are dedicated to making their marriage work after his cheating confession and rehab stint, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott are still facing obstacles. And they face possibly their biggest one yet in the season finale of True Tori, their hit Lifetime docu-series.
In Tuesday's episode, Tori and Dean discuss whether or not he should leave to host Chopped Canada, and each has their own fears about the gig.
At an intense dinner with friends, Tori opens up the conversation about Dean's job when she says, "It's such bad timing, this whole Chopped thing."
We learn that if Dean does decide to go shoot the show, he would be leaving in seven days, and Tori worries that their family has not had enough time to heal after everything they've been through.
"We need time to heal this family and disrupting that, I just feel like the momentum, it will just be gone," Tori says in a confessional, while Dean explains that he's not "concerned" about heading to Canada for the same reasons as his wife.
"I don't want to leave my family," he says, but adds, "I have obligations and I have a career that I need to sustain."
So what will Dean do? (If you've ever skimmed past the Food Network while watching TV lately, you might just know what he chooses to do!)
True Tori's finale airs Tuesday, May 27, at 10 p.m. on Lifetime.