Scheana Marie is admitting to feeling quite silly watching her relationship with Robert Parks-Valletta play out on the sixth season of "Vanderpump Rules." As fans watch the three-part reunion, Scheana attended an after show taping with her co-stars, during which she said it was "hard" watching her interact with her now-ex-boyfriend on the Bravo TV reality series.

“It is hard watching it back now that [Rob and I] are not together anymore because I see how obsessed I was and how deeply in love I was. And it’s just like, I look like a f**king idiot, like a little like drunk love puppy who’s like, ‘Oh my god, oh my god, oh my god,’” she said.

Scheana Marie has also admitted to feeling stupid about how she behaved [VIDEO] in messages to her fans and followers on her Twitter page.

What did the 'Vanderpump Rules' cast think of Rob?

In another scene from the "Vanderpump Rules" after show, Scheana's co-stars [VIDEO] were seen revealing their thoughts on Robert Parks-Valletta and their past relationship. “What made her feel like he was being a man? The boat? Like, docking off a f**king boat?” James Kennedy asked. “God, I could dock off a boat. Give me a drill and I’ll put a TV up right here I swear. That doesn’t take a man. I can’t even… It’s like handyman Rob, handyman Rob.”

“We liked Rob from the get-go because he was kind and fine,” Kristen Doute explained, with Katie Maloney agreeing. That said, Doute didn’t like seeing Scheana move on from her former husband Mike Shay with Rob so fast.

”I thought that Scheana jumped the gun a little too quickly after her divorce from Shay,” Doute noted.

Scheana Marie wanted to marry Rob

“I don’t like when she says things like, ‘I’ve known Rob for like 10 or 11 years.’ No, you haven’t because you were married and with Shay for seven of those years,” Tom Sandoval pointed out. “She was like, ‘I can’t wait to marry Rob.’ I’m like, ‘Are you kidding me?’” Jax Taylor asked.

“She made jokes like, ‘Yeah, there’s only two more months before me and Rob can [get married].’ And I’m like, ‘Woah, woah,’” Sandoval continued.

According to James Kennedy, Robert Parks-Valletta is a fake. “The thing with Rob right, is he thinks he is better than every single person. I’ve heard him in the background saying, ‘Well, you know I have a real job when I’m not on Vanderpump Rules.’ Or something like that… very condescending, very fake,” he explained.

“It was just all fake," Kennedy added. "Like, that ain’t your life, Scheana, so stop pretending it is.”