Spelling famously hooked up with McDermott when she was married to another man and he was married to Eustace.
The cheating pair eventually left their spouses and got married, having four children.
But things went sour with McDermott for Spelling, too, as he cheated on her.
And throughout last season’s Lifetime show True Tori, viewers saw the aftermath of McDermott’s two-day affair with Emily Goodhand while shooting the first season of Chopped Canada in Toronto and how he and Spelling tried to put their marriage back together.
Things are still shaky but Spelling had no problem bringing the TMI-style reality show back, as season two premieres October 21. And as Radar’s clip reveals, the actress had not seen McDermott’s ex Eustace, the mother of his first child, son Jack, in eight years.
Spelling admits to Eustace about love rat McDermott’s unfaithful ways, “You can say I told you so.”
But Eustace is forgiving and even humorous, telling Spelling, “I don’t hate Dean. I mean, he’s a total knob. I know that. But he’s your knob now.”
Eustace tells Spelling, 41, that many people thought she would feel good that karma had come into play and McDermott, 47, had cheated on Spelling, too, but she says, “It’s actually really horrible,” noting how the couple’s four children have been affected.
Still, Eustace gives Spelling a love letter McDermott wrote her months before his affair with the Beverly Hills 90210 star.
“We were real people, and a real family,” she says, adding that she was “humiliated” and “in shock.”
But Spelling wonders “if there had been no me,” what would have happened to his marriage to Eustace.
McDermott’s ex-wife replies, “Then there would’ve been somebody else.”