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Robert Berlin ...  Stefan-Polish Mobster 1 episode, 2011
Aaron Ronnie Almani 1 episode, 2011
Giordona Aviv ...  Eva Sash 1 episode, 2011
Lou D'Amato ...  Diner Owner 1 episode, 2011
Thomas Daniel ...  Jake Bale 1 episode, 2011
Gina Destra Gina Destra ...  Maid of Honor 1 episode, 2011
Chris Dunn ...  Ed Mahoney 1 episode, 2011
Beshoy Mehany ...  Party Character 1 episode, 2011
Michele Peacock ...  Darcy Davenport 1 episode, 2011
Razor Rizotti Razor Rizotti ...  Security Officer 1 episode, 2011
Jordan Santoro ...  Guido 1 episode, 2011
Aleksandra Svetlichnaya Aleksandra Svetlichnaya ...  Angry Russian Woman 1 episode, 2011
Zimmerman Tyrell Zimmerman Tyrell ...  Tyrell Zimmerman 1 episode, 2011
Chuck Pressler ...  Customer 1 episode
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An Insipid Collection Of Pathetically Staged Faux Scenarios!
16 November 2014 | by villagevicarage-1See all my reviews

I always knew there would come a point when America's over-consumption of staged and tragically acted 'Reality' shows would finally pass through its grossly infected mega-colon. As always, after such a large movement, there's always the last vestige of ordure which lingers about. And that's precisely what Bear Swamp Recovery is.

A self-serving, morbidly obese, profusely sweating 'Billy Bunter' styled character offers his perceived glories and achievements of past heavy equipment repossessions, in typical American style: self-congratulatory and with huge pomposity and self-aggrandisement.

The few segments I've forced myself to endure were all pretty much the same. They begin with a several second long 'back story,' then fade to the Billy Bunter guy offering some sort of bon mot as to how he's going to successfully achieve his goal to 'repo' the targeted item.

Then the filming moves to the set-up of his 'team' doing something remarkable, dangerous, inane, implausible, etc., in taking the offending item. It's all about as sincere as watching 'Dog the Bounty Hunter,' holding a prayer session before the cameras.

The only benefit to having this show running for a few minutes is that it will allow you less distraction whilst you clip your toenails!


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