The mother of four was typically running late for her meeting with Charlie who she hadn't seen since leaving him during a joint therapy session for Dean.
'I told him I'll be late. He'll expect that, he was with me for four years,' Tori said.
Charlie declined to have his meeting with Tori recorded, but she was clearly deflated after they spoke for two hours.
'He told me how he felt. It made me feel sad that he had to come to grips with what I said. ...He's a good man,' Tori said as she started crying while driving.
Tori trudged upstairs and found Dean in bed dealing with a migraine of his own.
Dean asked Tori about her visit and she started bawling as she opened up about their meeting.
'It felt like family, safe, nurtured by and then it felt like a loss,' Tori said sobbing with her shoulders heaving.
'I remember how safe I felt with him. When I left I just suddenly felt really alone and I don't know why,' she said while wiping away tears with tissue.
Dean asked Tori if she regretted leaving Charlie following Tori and Dean's affair while filming the Lifetime movie Mind Over Murder in Canada.
She responded that Charlie was a 'good man' and listed his positive qualities.
Dean then asked Tori if seeing Charlie and remembering what a good man he was brought up more feelings of anger and resentment toward him.
'A little bit,' Tori responded.
The Due South star told his wife that he was 'sensing a lot of doubt' from her about their relationship.
'I chose not to be with him. I chose to be with you. I made the choice, so I need to figure it out,' Tori replied.