Farrah Abraham and her mother, Debra Danielsen, have never had the best relationship.
And yes, that's a major understatement.
They're pretty much in a constant argument, or at least Farrah thinks they are: even as Farrah yells and curses at her mom, Debra usually just takes it and tries to diffuse the situation.
And that's what she tried to do in this sneak peek from next week's episode of Teen Mom OG:
Except, as you can see, Farrah was a little too heated.
(And crazy. Farrah was also a little too crazy.)
To be fair, Debra starts this conversation with "First of all, I'm not trying to argue or fight," which is obviously a pretty great opening to an argument or a fight.
"I mean, I honestly just feel like rolling my eyes when I hear it," Farrah tells her.
"I can't even, like, continually hear it."
Hey, nobody but Farrah ever accused Farrah of being good at communicating.
And sure enough, Farrah has to explain that the thing she doesn't want to continually hear is Debra's claims of "I'm not trying to argue or fight," and Debra has to break it down for her in simpler terms.
"I communicate much differently than you do," she tells her daughter.
It's true -- a lot of times you can actually understand what Debra is trying to say.
"Who cares that we communicate different?" Farrah asks, the sass already coming into her voice. "Figure it out."
With that remark, Farrah went and set herself off.
Debra starts to tell Farrah that she's trying to communicate with her, but the most terrible Teen Mom of them all (besides Jenelle) isn't having it.
"You wanna know where my f-cking frustration comes from right now and I'm so f-cking annoyed?" Farrah starts.
Debra asks her why she has to swear, and Farrah hits back with three rounds of "You know why I swear?"
Yeah, she's extra insufferable here.
But, as it turns out, Farrah swears because "I'm f-cking over this."
Thanks for clearing that up, girlfriend.
"I'm talking about our communication," Farrah says, "and it seems like I'm the only one from you to Michael who is seriously trying to make an effort on having better communication."
Debra tries to point out that if she didn't care about improving her relationship with Farrah, she wouldn't have talked to renowned TV therapists Dr. Drew, Dr. Phil, and Dr. Jenn.
It's a fair point, but Farrah's never interested in fair, is she?
"Yeah, and guess who pays for that," Farrah nonsensically argues. "Guess who gets you there."
Farrah says that Debra complains too much about therapy, Debra says it's not true, and they cut each other off for a while, thanks to all those stellar communication skills.
Debra finally gets in that a lot of therapists have issues too -- well, yes, they are still people -- and she beautifully sets up Farrah for an ego trip.
"I don't give a f-ck about their problems," she says.
"They're paid to sit in a goddamn chair and hear mine, and they're gonna figure out, and I don't care if I hear myself talk, I'm gonna figure out how to work it better myself."
... So Farrah's new plan is to give herself therapy?
Let's not dwell on that nightmare scenario, because in this insane clip, Farrah also brings out the big guns: Debra's assault charges.
In 2010, Farrah filed a police report, claiming that Debra had grabbed her "by the throat," then she "hit her along the side of her head and hit her in the mouth."
Debra eventually took a plea deal, and the charges were dropped, but there's still some bad blood there.
"Guess what, sweetheart," she tells her mother. "When you f-cking hit me that day and you thought I wasn't gonna call the f-cking cops --"
Debra cuts her off to say that she never hit her, and Farrah says "Oh no, dumb bitch, I hit myself."
"You're calling me a liar," Farrah explodes, "but that f-cking happened. I f-cking care about you, and you f-cking called me a liar.
"That's why I'm f-cking pissed."
Farrah starts crying and tells Debra to "get the f-ck out of my house," and as for what happens next, well, we'll just have to watch Teen Mom OG online to find out.
Here's hoping that Farrah and Debra can work on things so they can actually have a healthy relationship with each other.
Probably wishful thinking. At the very least, here's hoping Debra can get a bar of soap in Farrah's mouth ASAP.