Did you catch Farrah Abraham and her freshly plumped lips this morning on Bethenny Frankel's talk show? In case you missed it (in which case we ask, what are you doing with your life?!), here's a little recap of what happened during the drama-filled segment.
Bethenny did a great job hitting on all the important topics, like Farrah's porno sex tape with adult film star James Deen, her new line of sex toys (which were modeled after her lady parts — no really), and why she waxed her 4-year-old daughter's eyebrows (it's cool, Sophia was sleeping at the time).
For the most part, Farrah stuck to all her usual talking points — "I'm a great parent," "I don't care what anyone else thinks," "I didn't do anything wrong" — but when Bethenny launched into a lecture about motherhood, homegirl got so flustered she could hardly formulate a coherent thought.
"You want to be a business person, I don't think that should be your business," Bethenny advised, referring to Farrah's burgeoning career in the adult entertainment industry. "You're known as being the 'Teen Mom.' When you're 28 you'll still be known as being the 'Teen Mom.' Being a mom is a struggle … and if we think about the fact that raising a child is difficult … you should create a brand or a business on that struggle and offer practical solutions for moms."
Farrah mumbled something, but Bethenny was on a roll and had one last point to make: "Discontinue plastic surgery, discontinue sex tapes, stop having sex, and start being a mom!" she said.
Farrah must have been sweating bullets in her demure pink dress because all she could muster was, "That's the path I'm on." Which actually may be the truth.
But Farrah wasn't about to go down without a fight, and waited until after the pre-taped interview to retaliate, calling Bethenny "degrading" to women and accusing her of being rude and judgmental. Don't expect this feud to get ugly, though — it seems like Farrah's ready to bury the hatchet so she can focus on more important things. Like, you know, Sophia's unibrow.
"Wish Bethenny all the best," she tweeted just before the episode aired. Don't you just love a happy ending?
What do you think of Bethenny's advice to Farrah? Judgmental or just right? Weigh in below!