Farrah Abraham's explosive appearance on Bethenny

Oct 25, 2013 at 9:32 p.m. ET

It isn't a warm and fuzzy appearance for Farrah Abraham on the Bethenny show. The audience judges her parenting skills.

Farrah Abraham

Get ready for Farrah Abraham's dramatic appearance on Bethenny on Monday, Oct. 28. The controversial reality star faces her critics about everything from her turn as a porn star to waxing her 4-year-old daughter's eyebrows.

In the preview video, the audience is clearly agitated at the 22-year-old Teen Mom. When one viewer asks her why she chose to pluck Sophia's brows, Abraham comes up with a perplexing answer.

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She says, "After that whole situation in the media, I actually got a lot of fan mail from girls who were younger, who did have unibrows, and they only wished that their moms would have helped them."

That's when another Bethenny fan begins fuming.

"My head is going to pop off, I swear," the audience member scolds. "That is crazy. You're making a little girl believe that without you plucking her eyebrows, she won't have pretty pictures. She's 4 — she's beautiful."

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Abraham replies, "It's not even pictures, and it's not that I'm telling my daughter she's not beautiful. To be honest with you, she was sleeping, so it was like..."

The MTV personality can't even finish her sentence before she is interrupted by the viewer, who retorts, "Oh, my God. So that makes it better?"

She then turns to the daytime talk show host and says, "She's out of her mind, I'm sorry."

Frankel then jumps to Abraham's defense to make sure she doesn't feel attacked.

The Skinnygirl mogul says, "I don't invite people on here to beat them up. That's not what the show is about. It's about having a conversation to get to the next place. So, are you OK?"

The mom of one stoically replies, "I'm good."

The Farrah Abraham episode on Bethenny airs on Monday, Oct. 28, on Fox. Check your local listings for times.

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