Jada Pinkett-Smith, 48, isn't afraid of having tough conversations with her husband Will Smith, 51, when cameras are rolling for the sake of her digital talk show.
In a teaser clip for an upcoming episode of Red Table Talk, Will revealed that his 1995 divorce from his first wife was the 'worst thing in [his] adult life' and called it the 'ultimate failure'.
The blunt conversation between the couple, who have been married since 1997, visit now is part of the Red Table Talk Father's Day special.
Tough topics: In a teaser clip for an upcoming episode of Jada Pinkett-Smith's Red Table Talk, Will Smith revealed that his 1995 divorce from his first wife was the 'worst thing in [his] adult life' and called it the 'ultimate failure'
Rather than the usual red table, the clip begins with Jada and Will seated next to each other on a couch.
Jada begins by asking her husband to expand on something he brings up often about the differences between being a good spouse and a good parent.
She starts to say: 'Just because a man might not be a the best husband ...' 'Doesn't mean he's not a good father,' Will chimes in, finishing the thought.
'With Sheree and with Trey, that was a really difficult time,' Will answered before the show cuts to a sweet clip of the actor with his son Trey.
'With Sheree and with Trey, that was a really difficult time,' Will told Jada. 'Divorce was the worst thing in my adult life'
'Divorce was the ultimate failure for me.' Will said in the clip.
'I've been hurt a lot in my adult life, but I don't think anything touches the failure of getting divorced from my 2-year-old son's mother.