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'Annoying' & 'Insane' Kate Gosselin Caught Yelling At Her Kids In New Trailer

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Nov. 2 2016, Updated 1:51 p.m. ET

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Kate Gosselin has yet to grow weary of her moody and short-tempered parenting style, as the new trailer for TLC's upcoming season of Kate Plus 8 features plenty of fits thrown not by her eight young children, but the 41-year-old herself.

In one angry kitchen scene, the reality star becomes irritated with her 16-year-old twins and 12-year-old sextuplets, yelling: "Could I have the waffles, please!!"

In another clip, Gosselin lashes out at her brood for losing track of their new puppies.

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"Where are the puppies? Come on, I'm being serious," she scolds while trying to load the family into the SUV. "No, I'm serious! Where are they?!"

Even Gosselin's children are starting to wise up to her monster mom ways. At one point, Madelyn (Mady) calmly informs Kate, "I just want you to stop yelling and being stressed. It's annoying."

Later, Mady and twin sister Cara discuss their mother's "overdramatic" antics, claiming that the former nurse "likes to make a scene."

"No one ever wants to be on Mommy's team," the teens complain of playing board games with the family. "She's way too competitive."

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Meanwhile, Gosselin's ex Jon remains M.I.A. on the show, as the pair have been too busy publicly bashing one another since their messy divorce back in 2009.

The new season of Kate Plus 8 premieres November 22 on TLC.

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