New series 'Extreme Couponing' is based on the one-hour special that aired in December 2009. Each episode introduces viewers to America's most extreme 'super couponers,' sharing why they ... See full summary »
Tells the compelling stories of people who are battling obsessive behaviors on the verge of taking over their lives. Follow these addicts as they reveal their strange addictions and meet with psychological experts.
Features Ramsay swooping into a restaurant on the verge of collapse and spending a week in save mode. Then he comes back after a few months to see the results of his coaching. Will the restaurant survive?
Okay, I wouldn't share my bath water with my entire family, and I wouldn't eat rotten food purposefully, but I would bake cookies on the dashboard of my car on a hot summer day and I would cut my electricity at a certain time each day because those are more realistic to me.
I was once called a cheapskate by a girl because I wouldn't buy her drugs. Extreme Cheapskates is an American television series that brings out the extreme reality of what being a cheapskate really is. Each person featured in the episodes gets a chance to tell their side of their extremism when it comes to saving money. I think some people go to extremes just because they are on TV, I doubt they do those things they claim in real life, when the cameras are off.
Ebeneezer Scrooge is a cake walk when compared to Extreme Cheapskates. Kate, in season one reveals how she saves money. She has a really good job as a CPA and a condo but her tendencies are to eat food from classy dumpsters. She also does not use toilet paper but other methods and hasn't bought new underwear in ages. Some people share toothbrushes, some people share bathwater, one wealthy lady begs for food in her wealthy neighbourhood. - Asif Zamir
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