updated 07/02/2014 AT 3:00 AM ET
•originally published 07/02/2014 AT 7:45 AM ET
“Move over, bitch,” Heather Thomson said to Taekman in their tricked-out tent in the middle of Big Sky Country after the two had exchanged heated words earlier in the day.
“Really? You’re calling me a bitch right now?” asked Taekman. “I’ve not seen this side of Heather before.”
“If anyone was bossy today, it was you,” said Thomson, who had enjoyed a few Montana beers throughout the day.
The two then continued their war of words over dinner in the woods.
“Hi! My name is Heather, and I am bossy,” said Thomson, standing on her chair. “From now on, I am ‘Bossy Bitch.’ ”
“You’re mad at me because I called you bossy?” asked a fuming Taekman. “Why can’t you own up to it? You’re bossy at work. You’re bossy at home. You boss your husband around. Just freaking own it.”
“Kristen’s hurtful,” said Thomson. “[My husband] deserves more respect than that. I suggest you stop really fast.”
Continued Thomson: “If she apologizes to me, we can move on. If she doesn’t, she can keep on movin’.”