Steve wilkos has his fans and his haters. I mean, some people have grown up candy coated and stayed that way (unlike me, who grew up candy coated and turned dark and heartless) and those people, who are the candy-coated freaks, hate Steve. they think he's too hard on people, and that he yells in these poor people's faces.
then there's others like me, who think that these child molesters, drug pushers, users, and other worthless trash out there deserve to pee their pants when an angry Ex-cop yells in their face.
OK, now onward to the show's topic. Steve brings out people (usually women at first) who are whining about their husband or boyfriend whose either a child molester, drug user, or abusive partner. while Steve tells them to leave the stage, he brings out the guilty party and talks to them until conflict comes up, and Steve begins yelling and screaming in the guilty one's face, while the audience claps and cheers and enjoys the show.
At the end of the show, Steve answers fan mail (from viewers like you) and others. he usually answers a good one, praising his show for it's good morals and stuff like that, and sends a Steve wilkos show T-shirt to the writer's mailbox, and when he gets a bad letter, he criticizes the sender, usually saying "This is moron-free TV. don't watch my show." While some of the things he says might be a bit dumb (This is moron-free TV, Etc), i consider Steve to be a father figure that everyone should have. if he was the father figure everyone had, then no one would be causing crime, or getting in trouble with the law, or doing any of the things he addresses on his show.
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