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Marguerite Perrin ...
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Reality Show where moms or dads switch households and are forced to adapt to a new family

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Mia the Mentalcase from Hell
29 January 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Just a few minutes of watching this abomination of a television show is watchable, while convincing me that the "Decline of Western Civilization" is irreversible without retching and belting out: "What a bitch!" or "What the hell is wrong with you?!" Anyway, I've thought I seen it all when Tammy Nakamura or whatever her name is came to enslave an overworked middle class Black family in her spoiled, soap-opera watching, manicured Botox-injected rich bitch way. Now comes Mia the Tightass/Germophobic Nazi taskmaster supreme unleashes her cleanliness jihad on a fun-loving family in Tennessee. She literally insults this nice family(that would give the clothes off their back to someone in need) to the point of looking at them as horrible monsters, while laying down some ground rules she even complains like a spoiled brat about going to Tennessee. "Hey princess! Ever heard of respect!?" That's just wrong! Mia may be clean, but her attitude overall stinks...PERIOD! But it gets worse, when she gets home at first it's all smiles and hugs. But when she sees a piece (a tiny semi-invisible piece of "Silly String" on the ceiling, see goes into absurd tirade about her "no wearing shoes indoors" rule, having fun, etc. "Mia,SHUT THE F*&K UP, FOR CHRISSAKES!!" Apparently, the phrase: "Get A Life!" doesn't ring any meaning for this psycho-bitch nutjob that needs her neat freak nazi ass hauled off to the nearest Lunatic asylum or the local shrink. The Dad is cool, but he's a wimp, even when he faces off with "Mommie Dearest" warning her to cool her jets just to let her know that he's the king of the castle. Here's a tip, Dad, "GET A DIVORCE!!!" At the end of the show she scrubs away even though the house is spotless! I mean how can anyone live with a paranoid, moody, rude, uppity and snotty bitch like this poster-child for Obsessive Compulsiveness!

"Where the hell do they get these people?" If FOX's idea of "quality programming consists of stupid spoiled whores that cause trouble and misplacing the most psychotic, obese, loud, ill-mannered slobs, disrespectful, germophobic, anti-Semetic, ignorant, and insane mothers in America to different families and vice-versa; then FOX needs to grow up and cancel this show and stop pandering entertainment to creatures who have not yet evolved the power of intelligence and common sense! "Where are the writers to "Married with Children" when you need them?"


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