Dean McDermott appears to finally be tired of being raked over the coals week after week.

In this sneak peek at the Nov. 25 episode of True Tori, Dean overhears wife Tori Spelling telling a friend that she doesn't feel that her husband's "first want" is to take care of their four children.

"He said that in therapy yesterday, that's not his first want. He loves his kids, but it's not..." she trails off, raising her hand in a futile manner.

And maybe she would've gone on, but Dean walked in right then!

Tori Spelling, Dean McDermott


"I heard what you guys were talking about," he said, sounding chastened and stricken at the same time. "That's not how I prioritize things."

Tori tries to explain, saying, "It's not your instinct to do for the kids as much as me." "I think about us," he insists, to which she replies, "It's a huge difference between thinking about your kids and loving your kids, and remembering and being responsible. I just would love to get to the place where you actively think of things without me."

"I don't walk around like a f--king zombie and I don't remember a thing," Dean protests.

Watch the juicy sneak peek right here: The arguing continues, with each talking over the other, and then you get to see Dean—who has since talked frankly about his intention to be done with True Tori after this season concludes—reaching the tipping point when it comes to airing his dirty laundry for all the world to see.

"I've come to the conclusion that for me, yes, it's too much. I just can't do it anymore...I'm done," he told E! News last week. But he doesn't speak for himself and the missus.

"She finds it really helpful," Dean told us. "It's really expedited the conversations that needed to be had in the beginning. And just for me I just think bearing my soul and putting it all out there, I want some of my privacy back. I feel raw."

And pretty much anyone who watches True Tori, which airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on Lifetime, can probably sense that.

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