Well yeah, look who her mother is.

Courtesy of People

In PEOPLE’s exclusive clip from Monday’s episode of Teen Mom OG, the exes meet to discuss how to improve their co-parenting situation for daughters, Atlee, 19 months, and Sailor, 2 — but the conversation quickly takes a sharp turn.

“My biggest concern, obviously, is just making sure that we’re doing what’s best for the girls and not just sticking it to each other,” says Palin, 28. “I need advice on how not to bug you and how I can communicate better with you.”

“Honestly, the best way for you to communicate with me is just not talk about me — [don’t] bring me up, [don’t] put me in your social media,” Meyers responds.

When Palin asks how she can “better understand” him, Meyers says it’s too late for that.

“I don’t need you to understand me. You should have tried that when we were married. That ship’s gone,” he says. “Honestly Bristol, everything that I’ve done has been a response to you. I just want you to leave me alone. Go be happy.”

Bristol then tries to suggest that she has never been happier, to which Dakota claims to have had no anxiety attacks since they broke up. 

Dakota follows that up by saying that he would really like to never talk to her again unless it is about the children. 

That pisses Bristol off:

“Don’t flatter yourself thinking that I want to talk to you,” Palin fires back. “We have to get along, and the fact that you’ve got this smirk on your face — I can see it in your eyes, just like I’ve always seen it in your eyes. And that’s why I couldn’t stay in the marriage any longer — because of this.”

“What would you see as a successful co-parenting relationship?” Meyers asks.

“A co-parent that doesn’t talk to me this way,” she says.

“I don’t want to talk to you at all,” he interrupts.

“I’m not done,” she continues. “A co-parent that doesn’t steal from me.”

“Here we go with the past,” he says. “We’re talking about going forward.”

Continuing, Palin says her ex has “major issues” that have “nothing” to do with her.

“I think you’ve had these issues from before we were married, and I think that you need work on yourself, Dakota, just like I’m working on myself,” she says.

“There’s one of us on this show who’s being real, and there’s one of us who’s acting,” Meyers says. “We can have a better relationship for our daughters when you stop being a compulsive liar.”

At that Bristol stormed off. 

And you really can’t blame her, after all being a compulsive liar is really the family business, you would think Dakota would have known that.

I swear I have heard more mature exchanges between three-year-olds arguing over a toy.

I really only wrote this post because I have been seeing a few articles suggesting that Dakota and Bristol might be reconciling and I just wanted to nip that in the bud.

Just because they are not attacking each other on Instagram right now does not mean that they are swapping bodily fluids again. 

Besides if they were we would know it almost instantly because seconds later Bristol would be knocked up again.