It begins with Gosselin revealing to his housemates that he's written a book about his life, "but I'm just afraid to publish it," he says. "It took me two years -- everything that happened, my side, my emotions," he continues.
(Back in August, Gosselin's ex-wife, 38, slapped him with a hefty lawsuit that claimed Jon had hacked into her phone and computer to access private information for the book, Kate Gosselin: How She Fooled the World. The charges were later dropped in November.)
As Gosselin tells his sympathetic housemates about the latest lawsuit, former Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Taylor Armstrong and the others question Kate's motives. "Jon and Kate need to focus on eight," Armstrong says of the parents in a confessional. "That was my statement!" Gosselin tells his housemates of how he reacted to the lawsuit. "You hate me more than you love your children."
The former TLC reality star, who stars in Season 4 of Couples Therapy with girlfriend of two years, Liz Jannetta, is later seen in the clip finishing a heated phone conversation with his ex-wife. "You don't value me as a human or man," Gosselin says in his confessional directly to Kate. (Once the stars of America's number one reality show, Jon and Kate divorced bitterly in 2009 and share eight kids -- twin daughters Cara and Madelyn, 13, and sextuplets Alexis, Hannah, Aaden, Collin, Leah, and Joel, 9.)
Unable to hold back, Gosselin unleashes an F-bomb filled rant about his "narcissistic" ex-wife, who can "go out and talk about the kids anytime she wants . . .She can go and f---ing die," he says at one point. "There's your honest depiction of Kate Gosselin. So f--- it. Piece of f---ing s--t. What a sh---y human being," he furiously adds of his ex-wife.
Watch and leave your thoughts on the clip. Couples Therapy airs Thursday nights on VH1 at 9 p.m. ET.