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Pointless show, and bad even for a reality program
I fail to see why any one watches the show. It's about a fairly messed up family that believes you should have as many kids as you can. The show provides you with a view of their lives and teaches you all the side effects of being one in a family of 19 kids. Without a TV show, this is still bad for the kids never having any time alone with their parents. But the show pretty much exploits this and shows their fairly hectic life. The show is incredibly boring, mostly because each episode is pretty much the same. Shows the Duggars doing random stuff, and how they do it differently because they're trying to overpopulate the Earth.
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