Meanwhile, Major said in her August 6, 2009 interview with E! News that Jon is "a great, great guy. "I wish I could think of something wrong with the guy, but there really isn't."
Describing her relationship with Jon as a "complete whirlwind," she added she wakes up some days thinking, "What am I doing? Am I going to be the next Kate?"
The media catfight between Major and Glassman as gotten progressively more dramatic, especially after Jon told People magazine last month that he was a "single regular guy who just wants to have friendship and good times."
Of 22-year-old Glassman, Jon said, "She's always a good friend of mine. Her family is so good. They took me in and I lived there for a while. I love them to death."
As for Major, Gosselin says, "We are just friends."
"I'm just trying to concentrate on my family first, second my career. That's what I have to do," Gosselin said. "I'm really looking forward to it -- to turning my phone off, playing with my kids in the pool and being the dad."
The Aug. 10 issue of Us Weekly, however, paints the picture of a father who is staying true to his parenting duties while still having his fun, allegedly bringing his children's nanny, 23-year-old Stephanie Santoro, back to his $1.1 million Pennsylvania home at 3 a.m. one night last week.
Photos suggest Santoro spent the night and went home the next morning. In an exclusive interview with In Touch magazine, Jon denies the rumors.
"There's no truth to this -- there's nothing going on between my nanny and me. She came over to my house after her shift at a restaurant at 3 a.m. because I had to leave the house very early the next morning."
However, the kids were away with Kate on a trip, so there were no children for Santoro to watch.
Us Weekly stands by the story that there is an affair going on between Jon and the nanny, but Drew said "he is of course going to deny it."
"It becomes this insane circus wherever he goes because it sells," Drew said.
Another episode on "Jon and Kate Plus 8" is set to air Monday night, 9 p.m. EST, and it's back to school time for the Gosselin kids, and Kate takes them shopping. Meanwhile, Jon tearfully promises to become a better father and help his children get past the divorce. In the same episode, Jon attends a club opening, and adds more fuel to the fire that his bachelorhood is more important to him than family.
TLC declined to comment on the show's anticipated future or what Kate might say on Monday's segment.