In a preview of the next episode of the show, the 41-year-old is having a hard time as she awaits the arrival of Candy Spelling and Mary Jo Eustace, Dean McDermott’s ex-wife.
“The two women that are two people I haven’t emotionally confronted my whole life that I have issues with are both going to be [here],” she says.
Tori also opens about her relationship with her mother Candy Spelling, who was accompanied by her new friend Tatum O’Neal.
“My mom and I have a really complicated relationship. We see each other when it’s appropriate for the children and they come into play. I don’t want them to not see their grandmother, she’s a part of their lives,” she explains. “But at the same time, we don’t have this relationship where we actively work on anything. We kind of just push it aside, both of us. And there’s always an awkwardness.”
Exhausted by all the stress that the situation brings, Spelling retreats to her room to recover from a migraine.
“What is going on? This is turning into the weirdest 3-year-old’s birthday party ever,” McDermott tells the cameras.
But the climax of the episode is when O’Neal suggests to Dean that Tori should come and greet her mother.
“I think Tori should come down and say hi to her mom. Don’t you think?” she asks. “It would just look good…I mean better… for the show.”
Watch the clip below to see Tori’s reaction.