"For me, personally, I'm not mature enough to have a divorce," Jada says in the preview clip. "I'm just not. I don't think I would ever be mature enough, I don't."
When Braxton asks why, Pinkett Smith replies, "Because when you have to start going in, breaking up assets…that right there." Added Banfield-Norris, "When you start having to divide things, separate, cut off."
"Let me tell you that's when the Red Table turn upside down, and it won't be red no more," joked Jada. "This junk would be smashed in shambles like, you know what I'm sayin."
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While Will Smith and Jada have been open about some of the issues in their marriage in past episodes of the Facebook Watch series, they said divorce was "never even a consideration" for either of them. "I had been divorced before," said Will, "I wasn't getting divorced again."
"We broke up within our marriage and got back together again and had to rebuild with new rules and something way completely different," he continued. "I took off for two years, I worked on myself, I read 50 books on marriage, relationships and behavioral psychology. I shut down for two entire years to see what was I doing wrong."
"Ultimately to have a successful relationship, you have to have a relationship with a human being," said Jada. Added Will, "Will Smith is a character, but deep down inside I was an insecure little boy who wanted Jada to say I was great and if she didn't say I was great, the dragon came out."
Braxton's full episode of "Red Table Talk" will be released Monday.