The previews show Tori doing her best to hide her baby bump from the press -- including an awesome scene of her writhing around on the closet floor, trying to get her Spanx on -- while Dean is trying his hand in the culinary arts. (I can't wait for the inevitable episode where Tori compares sharp knives and mandolines to racing motorcycles, Dean's last swiftly-nixed hobby.)
In our exclusive clip from this season, little Liam is acting out and playing rough with mama Tori in the middle of a photo shoot (fun takeaway: even Tori's cropped 'do is all extensions!), forcing Tori to finally admit that her good cop role to daddy Dean's bad cop can't last forever.
Watch and tell us: Do you think Tori is a better mom than her mom was?
We'd imagine that the reason for the slip was a little more innocent than anything Anthony Weiner could come up with; it seems as though McDermott was actually trying to tweet a harmless picture of his son goofing around with a cut-out of a rolling pin stuck to his head (similar to this) and didn't realize that his Spelling was visible in the background.
Dough head indeed ...
"We hope one day, but we're not currently expecting," Spelling had said on the show, adding, "We're actively trying." Gifford said on today's show that Spelling couldn't have gotten pregnant in eight days. Then Gifford and Kotb went all 'Lie to Me' and tried to decipher a "tell" to see if Spelling was lying on the tape. "They say when you lie you look down and to the left," said Kotb.
After reviewing the tape, Gifford and Kotb determined Spelling has, indeed, looked down and to the left. So let that be a lesson. If you're going to lie to Kathie Lee and Hoda, look up and to the right, and you're in the clear.
Tori and Liam were watching a movie in which a guy and girl were just talking. Tori explained to her son, "He's flirting with her ... He likes her."
Liam responded, "Oh, he wants to have sex with her!" His stunned mother asked, "What is sex, Liam?" The preschooler intoned: "Mom, sex is when two adults get naked and kiss and move." George Lopez laughed and said, "That's right!"
In the new new series, Spelling and McDermott will help transform a couple's wedding. Spelling will help with the planning and according to Oxygen's announcement, McDermott will "help the groom-to-be navigate all the twists and turns."
"Our audience has loved watching the weddings Tori and Dean have planned for friends on 'Home Sweet Hollywood,' and have been clamoring for more," Amy Introcaso-Davis, senior vice president of original programming and development at Oxygen Media, said in a statement. "Tori and Dean have a great sense of sophistication and style and truly understand the intricacies of planning the big day."
Fast forward to 2010: Now son Liam is 3, Stella is a toddler, and their stint as country folk has long disappeared. So for a weekend away from the kids, Dean surprised his wife with a trip to their old B&B, Chateau La Rue.
The destination was definitely a shock. Wearing a blindfold, Tori said, "We're at the beach! I hear water!" Uh, no. That's a fountain. "The look on T's face was all I needed," said Dean. "I pulled it off, I surprised her and she looked truly happy to be there."
Ann Curry asked the star of 'Tori & Dean: Home Sweet Hollywood' about the recent clips -- like this one here at AOL TV -- that portray Spelling and Dean McDermott in a little bit of a tiff.
"Well, we do a reality show ... when I signed up for this I said, 'I'm going to put it all out there, because otherwise I don't believe in doing them,'" Spelling said. "It's a real relationship ... we're not headed for divorce, we're committed to each other, we're committed to this family."
Check out the video after the jump.
In order to reconnect in their marriage, Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott pack up Liam, Stella and the Guncles and head for the open road. During their travels, the group will meet some colorful characters, check out some roadside attractions -- like the Cadillac graveyard -- and indulge in lots of shopping. But will the RV trip bring them closer together or only further drive them apart?
Check out the exclusive preview after the jump.
Spelling looks to Rachael Ray to support the idea that McDermott's racing is reckless, but she doesn't find an ally in Ray. "Actually," Ray said, "I jump out of airplanes and racing motorcycles sounds like fun to me."
Watch the video after the jump.
What's happening with Season 3 of 'Chuck'? You all wanted to know, so I visited the set to find out, and ended up talking yogurt with Yvonne Strahovski and joking with Zach Levi about directing an episode.
Plus, I get 'V' stars Elizabeth Mitchell and Morris Chestnut to chat about more 'Lost'-ies joining their cast, and share the inside scoop about those tabloid rumors surrounding Tori Spelling and Dean McDermott's marriage, straight from the source.
Want more? Email me TV questions at TheTVShowGirl@aol.com -- who knows, I might just give you an answer on the show. Now watch, enjoy and come back next week for more. Until then, happy TV watching! -- By Maggie Furlong
You can believe whatever you want in the gossip magazines ("Their loveless marriage!" "He's using her for money and fame!"), but when I spoke to the husband and father of three -- whose movies of the week and race car driving hobby keep him busy -- he was actually out running errands with his wife Tori Spelling. "Tori wanted to antiquing, so who am I to turn her down?," McDermott laughed. "She loves to go antique shopping."
Taking a break from the spree, McDermott talked to AOL TV about his latest project, 'Always & Forever' (premieres Sat., Oct. 24, 9PM ET on Hallmark Channel), his words of wisdom for raising kids in Hollywood and scoop about their new TV show in the works. Then, he tackled the tabloids ...
Last night, Tori "I want to be Jessica Simpson" Spelling talked about how she thought she killed her baby after rough sex with her husband Dean McDermott on Tori and Dean: Inn Love. The baby stopped kicking after their antics and this worried the inheritance disabled Spelling. Regardless of how worried she truly was, it stop her from entertaining an encore performance. Where do these reality show actresses come up with this stuff?
Jennifer Aniston, you may have lost Brad and Vince, but you can alway be Dirt-y with Cox...
Last October I hepped y'all to a possible new reality series from Tori Spelling and her husband Dean McDermott in which the couple would run their own bed and breakfast. Well, it's a-comin', and it's a-gonna be on Oxygen. I'm-a gonna stop typing like that now, if you don't mind.
Tori Spelling is going to have a reality show about a bed and breakfast. God, they are really running out of ideas.Maybe Paris Hilton can open up a shoe store, or how about Kirstie Alley running a highly profitable lemonade stand?
Not sure why Spelling would want to do this, since she already had the pseudo-reality show NoTORIous on VH-1. Maybe she needs more money since she only got about $800,000 when her dad Aaron passed away (according to rumors anyway). The show will run for six episodes the first season, and will co-star her husband Dean McDermott. It will air on Oxygen, but there's no title for the show yet.
How about the Mother May I Sleep At Tori Spelling's Bed and Breakfast?
[via TV Tattle]
Tori Spelling isn't ready to quit the reality TV gig just yet. Now that So NoTORIous has been canceled, she and her husband Dean McDermott are shopping around a new series in which they'll live in a bed-and-breakfast and rent rooms to tourists. Spelling wants to use the $800,000 she inherited from her late father to purchase the bed-and-breakfast. The show is being shopped around to different networks, but not much else is known about it at this time. I don't know about the rest of you, but I think Spelling may have finally found the perfect show. When I was younger and watching Beverly Hills: 90210 with my friends while we ironed our khakis and sculpted our hair with Vidal Sassoon hair product, I never understood why Tori's character didn't spend more time making eggs and waffles for total strangers. I always felt this was the reason the show eventually ended. Now, after all these years my dream is finally coming true. I don't think I could be any more thrilled if you hooked me to an electronic thrill machine.
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