As anyone who watched True Tori is only too aware, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott have been going through a tough patch recently when it comes to their nearly 9-year long marriage.

However, according to an eyewitness, who spotted the reality TV couple last night at the OK Magazine Pre-Oscar Event at The Argyle, Hollywood, things look to be firmly back on the right track for the two—well, at least for now....

"Tori and Dean were all over each other, they looked like newlyweds rather than a struggling couple," the partygoer tells Popdust exclusively.

"If they were faking it then they are both better at acting than I ever imagined. Dean was super attentive to Tori all night and they were being affectionate with each other, with lots of hand holding, kissing and cuddling.

"There were a bunch of hot chicks at the party but Dean's eyes were firmly on Tori, and only Tori, he had his arm around her all night and appeared to be completely focused on her, and she looked really, really happy and relaxed—it was sweet!"

As Popdust previously reported, Spelling and McDermott's marriage appeared to be at breaking point when cameras stopped rolling at the end of their reality show last season.

The couple was fighting non-stop, attempting to (unsuccessfully) battle it out during marriage therapy sessions, and were even throwing the D word around.

So, were the marriage woes faked for the sake of ratings—or, were they faking love for the public last night—or, are they truly back on track and in love once again?

Who knows really? This is Tori and Dean for Christ's sake!!!!

Meanwhile, whatever happens to the couple, it's likely we won't see it play out in front of the cameras—not on their reality show anyway.

McDermott announced late last year that he would not be returning for another season of True Tori—even though Spelling insists the show WILL go on, even without her husband!

"For me, you know, it's True Tori. I have a lot more to tell," Spelling told Meredith Viera in November. "I have four children, I'm a mom, I'm a woman, and I want to go on."

Check out Popdust's gallery of photos of the other celebrities partying it up at the OK Magazine Pre-Oscar Event at The Argyle Hollywood, below:

Shannen Doherty thinks Tori Spelling is nuts to air all her dirty laundry on True Tori—something she would never ever do.

The former Beverly Hills, 90210 star is famous for her diva behavior on set, so it's no wonder she thinks the idea of cameras catching all that is horrifying.

"I would never in a million years choose that for myself. Ever. But, uh, you know, she's gotta...That's what she...That is her choice of how she wants to deal with it," Shannen told Sirius XM's Just Jenny. "Some people need to put it out there. Whatever her reasons were, I think whether she wanted to own it herself in the sense of owning what she was going through because it was going to be in the papers regardless. It is a choice I'd never make because there's just no mystery."

So basically Tori has no choice but to do this terrible show because she has no other options career wise? Got it.

You've got to listen to the rest of the clip where Shannen accuses poor Jason Priestley of having memory loss because he said mean things about her in his book.

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As we all get ready to settle in for in for a long winter’s nap, Tori and Dean just settle deeper into their crappy marriage on True Tori.

Tori comes home from her girls weekend with a baby pig. Because naturally, when you get in a fight with your husband, you buy a 5 day old pig. The pig is a giant distraction from the real problem that happened the day before- Dean wanting to hire his female friend from rehab to babysit. She was royally pissed on the way home, and then the second she walks in with a pig, all their problems get put on hold.

After the pig excitement dies down, Tori brings up the issue with Dean’s rehab friend coming over, but Dean wants none of it discussed on camera. He flips out and asks to talk to one of the producers.

“I’m sacrificing chunks of my f*cking soul,” he laments. “I can’t live like this anymore. There’s clutter and blocked energy and dead ends.” Dead ends? Like your career?

“When the kids are with me there’s order and boundaries and when T’s around there’s this chaos.”

In therapy they try to talk about it again, and Dean cannot for the life of him figure out why Tori is angry and hurt that he brought the rehab woman into their home.

He storms out of therapy and texts the producer that he might not come home. Tori knows that he doesn’t have any friends or family and she’s afraid he’s going to drive off a cliff or something. Slightly melodramatic, but then again not. Later, off camera, she meets with him at a diner in Beverly Hills where he apologized for the rehab babysitter thing.

The next day Tori’s baby pig dies. That’s the final straw and Tori begins to do what she does best…become sicker than her dead pig because she can’t process her emotions. Dean is forced to take her to urgent care. Production is brought to a screeching haul while Tori was treated for bronchitis and sinusitis.

While Tori is in the hospital for 13 days (for bronchitis?!), Dean has a very peaceful and relaxing time taking care of the kids, and he tells Tori that she doesn’t bring peace to the home. Dean, you do a reeeeally good job at deflecting the blame off yourself. Don’t think we don’t notice that. Tori is forced to cancel a public appearance in Miami because she’s still in the middle of a breakdown and can’t handle the stress and responsibility.

She tells her therapist that she feels like she’s not reliable anymore. She used to get booked for a lot of public appearances before the affair and True Tori, but now she’s lost a lot of her ability to earn a living.

“I feel like I’m watching a trainwreck happening and it’s my life,” she cries.

Back at home, Tori confronts Dean about the rehab babysitter one final time. She asks how he didn’t realize that the thought of him having a female friend in the house didn’t make her uncomfortable. His response?

“Lower the bar and you’ll be surprised at everything I do.”

Did he seriously just f*cking say that? Dean then decides that he doesn’t want to do the reality show anymore because it’s no longer good for him to share his feelings with the public. Tori doesn’t agree but there’s not really anything she can do.

To be continued next season…if there is a next season.

What did you think of this week’s True Tori? Sound off in the comments below!

 

 

Where to begin with this week’s True Tori. No, seriously? Where the hell do you even start.

Tori is throwing her daughter Hattie’s 3rd birthday party at the house, and not only has she invited Dean’s ex Mary Jo but also her mother, Candy Spelling. The thought of having both of the women she has the most issues with in the same place on the same day sends Tori into a monster tailspin, migraine and all.

Tori greets her guests in a weird gothic fairy princess costume, and becomes visibly ill at the sight of Mary Jo walking through the front door. She heads upstairs with her friends to decompress and do something about her migraine, and shortly after Candy Spelling walks in the house like the Queen of Sheba with…Tatum O’Neil?! Ummm, what?? Why??? Apparently Candy and Tatum are neighbors and bffs, and side note – Tatum is acting freaking bizarre.

Upon arriving, Tatum has some suggestions for the way filming should go down.

“I think that Tori should come down and say hi to her mom. It would just look better…I mean for the show.”

Dean is beyond perplexed and heads inside to fill Tori in on the situation. He explains that her mother has arrived with Tatum, who by the way Tori has never met, and all Tori’s friends agree that Candy just brought her to cause drama. How sad is that? Dean hit the nail on the head, saying “It’s just a really odd choice for a plus one.” For once, we agree with you Dean.

We all hope that Tori goes up to her mother to ask WTF, but in true Tori fashion she reverts to a 8 year old child and kisses Candy and Tatum’s ass. Literally a mouth full of ass.

After their awkward encounter, Tori looks over to find Mary Jo, Candy, and Tatum getting uncomfortably chummy.

“My mom and Mary Jo are over there and they’re exchanging emails now. She probably thinks she’s gonna get buddy with my mom and get money and stuff,” she tells Dean. This is the saddest, most cringe-worthy segment that has ever aired on reality TV. That is, until later on in the episode.

Tori finally agrees to go away on a girls weekend with her friends, but has major anxiety about leaving Dean alone with the kids. Rightfully so, because Tori

isn’t gone for four hours before Dean invites his female friend from rehab to the house to interview for a temporary babysitting job while he works on CSI, and of course he didn’t tell Tori. 4 HOURS!!! Tori gets a text from her current babysitter telling her that she’s concerned that Dean has crossed the line.

Tori calls Dean to ask what the hell is going on. He explains that it’s his friend from rehab who apparently Tori said no to hiring twice! He also claims that they had no one else to help. Seriously Dean? That’s the best you could come up with? There are literally thousands of babysitters in Los Angeles, and you want to hire a woman who you have a history with and clearly makes your wife uncomfortable? What a piece of work.

The producers decide to interview Laura, the current babysitter, to get a feel for what’s going on behind the scenes. Apparently the rehab babysitter feels really uncomfortable with the whole situation and was mislead to believe that Tori was going to be at the interview. Liar, liar, boner pants on fire.

As it turns out, rehab babysitter has signed a release at the interview consenting to be filmed, but when the shit hits the fan, Dean tears up her release paper, confronts the producer and refuses to discuss the matter further.

Tori continues to confront Dean via text, but Dean won’t allow production to see the texts. All he says is that Tori’s controlling and overbearing He doesn’t seem aware of the fact that in Tori’s eyes, he’s not allowed to have and female friends given his cheaty history. Uh, can you blame her?! The ONE day she goes out of town he invites a chick over. All hail the king of the douchebags.

What did you think of this week’s trainwreck on True Tori? Sound off in the comments below!

 

 

Thanksgiving is only a few days away, but on True Tori the McDermotts are finding it hard to find things to be thankful for.

In one of their regular couples therapy sessions, Dean McDermott mentions that he’s been invited to play hockey with a group of dads once a week, and Tori Spelling is not happy about it. Dean and the therapist agree that they should both be allowed to do adult things apart from one another. Uh, we all know what kind of adult things you like to do in your alone time Dean. Nice try.

When they start talking about Dean not pulling his own weight, especially taking care of the kids, he loses his cool. Basically he wants to know what Tori does that is so much better than what he does. Oh no he di’int! Tori doesn’t think that Dean’s present emotionally with the kids, and Dean’s completely offended and defensive.

Back at home when Tori’s friend Mehran comes over, she begins telling him that Dean admitted in therapy that being with the kids “isn’t his first want.” Dean overhears this convo in the other room, and walks in to defend himself. He tells Tori that he feels like this entire season of the show is portraying him as all bad all them time, and he’s over it.

Now we get to the most important issue of the season thus far…Tori’s boobs. Tori has been putting off getting her boobs fixed for years, but the problem goes way beyond the fact that aesthetically they look like the two hot air balloons sailing over the Grand Canyon. Her implants were actually recalled a year after she got them…15 years ago!!!!!!!!! While clothes shopping with her friend Courtney, Tori says she regrets getting such large implants, and if someone would’ve told her that she had to routinely get them replaced every 15 years she never would have done it.

Tori has a consultation with a plastic surgeon to discuss the condition of her implants. Basically they’re almost as bad as they can be. They’re extremely hard and possibly have micro ruptures. The doctor tells her that the best option would be to remove the implants and keep them out for a few months before replacing them, but that her chest will look rather “pancake-y” in the interim. Back at home, Tori tells Dean her options, and surprisingly he is very supportive of taking a boob vacation

In other news, Dean gets on an audition for CSI. On the drive there he tries to pump himself up, saying “I’m an actor dammit!” Could’ve fooled us. Days later Dean’s manager calls and tells him that he actually booked the guest starring, but he’s nervous that Tori will be upset that he’s not around for 8 days to help with the kids. On the contrary, Tori is ecstatic that Dead Beat Dean booked a job. Set your DVRs, folks.

What did you think of this week’s episode of True Tori? Sound off in the comments below!

 

True Tori Tuesday came and went, and this show couldn’t possibly get more ridiculous.

Tori Spelling is still at her lunch with Mary Jo, Dean’s ex-wife. At one point, Mary Jo gives Tori a letter that Dean had written to her just a short time before he cheated with Tori. Apparently she wanted Tori to know that she and Dean really did have a happy marriage and that she was completely blind sighted by Dean’s infidelity. Tori is in shock and disbelief at the letter because Dean had always maintained that he and Mary Jo had a terrible, loveless marriage.

She then begins to question other things that Dean had told her about his marriage to Mary Jo, like sleeping in separate bedrooms. Mary Jo says that’s bullshit and that when he met Tori he was “really determined.” Really determined? Tori took that to mean that he married her for her money, of which she has none. Sorry ‘bout it, Dean.

When Tori gets home from lunch, sitting on the counter in the kitchen is a bouquet of flowers with, you guessed it, a love note. Baaaaaaad timing. He immediately asks about how the lunch went, and is noticeably shitting his pants waiting for Tori to unleash hell on him. She tells him about Mary Jo’s note, specifically about the line he wrote about her being the love of his life, and he sternly tells her to stop reading it out loud.

Dean claims that it’s all lies and that he was a “weak, emasculated, naïve individual” and wanted out of the marriage but didn’t have the guts. He then tells Tori that he doesn’t want Mary Jo’s on the show anymore because it makes him look bad. We’ve got news for you Dean. You looked bad loooong before your ex came into the picture. Then he flips two birds to the camera. Dean, you are so freaking likeable it’s scary.

Later Dean meets with his manager because he hasn’t had an acting job in over 2 years. During their conversation, Dean tells his manager that that he’s eager to go on auditions but is worried about how people will perceive him.

“I have a feeling that I might be considered a bit of a laughing stock in the acting world.” Your astuteness is uncanny, sir.

In therapy with Tori, Dean mentions that his managers don’t think reality TV is good for his acting career. He also concerned of what people think of his absence from the silver screen, asking “What the f*ck is he doing? He was like a great actor and now what?” Somebody get this “great actor” his own show! Oh wait, he has one.

He also mentions that he hasn’t seen anybody else in the reality world be able to do film and television successfully. Cut to Tori quietly raising her hand on the other side of the couch. Dean’s douchebaggery knows no bounds.

Tori hears about a magical guru from a friend of hers and feels like maybe he’ll help her and Dean find the answers they’re looking for. The guru asks very guru-y questions like “Who is Dean?” “Who is Tori?” Well, Dean is a blubbering idiot, that’s what. He has a total emotional breakdown, complete with a sobbing cry that is worthy of any great Lifetime movie. Dean, maybe you are a great actor! After regaining his composure, he stares at the guru then tells him, “Your face morphed.” The guru is like, “I know.” What??? Face morphing?? Go home Dean, you’re wasted!

What did you think of this week’s craziness on True Tori? Sound off in the comments below!