Though the exes have viciously criticized each other in the press both before and after their divorce was finalized, Jon remains open to the idea filming with the TLC reality star. "I would consider appearing on Couples Therapy with Kate," says Jon, who appeared on the Vh1 show's fourth season with Liz Janetta.
Jon, 37, explains that their eight children will benefit from their parents reconciling. "We're divorced, but why can't we co-parent?" he argues in Life & Style's Nov. 17 issue. "I was thinking Kate and I could do a televised sit-down with a doctor and work out our differences, because our kids are suffering."
In the Nov. 17 issue of In Touch, he adds, "She's still so angry at me."
Kate, 39, isn't on board. "She says absolutely not," Jon says. "She doesn't want her faults exposed."
Who could blame her?
In the same article, he snipes, "I'd love for her to finally admit that she's dating [her bodyguard turned business manager] Steve Neild. It's confusing for the children." Kate has denied the alleged romance.
Jon recently attended Kate's yard sale in Wernersville, Pa., which was filmed for an upcoming TLC special. However, a source explained to E! News that the divorced dad will not appear in the episode.
Kate, meanwhile, returns to reality TV via NBC's Celebrity Apprentice in January.
Jon, who was recently evicted from his home, has made it clear that he doesn't like having their kids on camera. Earlier this year, he even accused Kate of having twins Cara and Mady, 14, to do her dirty work. "They get rewarded with special treatment," he told In Touch. "She's trained them to mirror her." Kate, for her part, told People in January that she appreciates how the twins help out at home. "Since Jon has been gone, they've just stepped up and pitched in," the former Dancing With the Stars contestant raved.
If Kate ever agreed to film a show with Jon again, would you watch?
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