Marriage Boot Camp: Bridezillas features five outrageous Bridezillas and their husbands living together in the same house for an extreme marriage boot camp in an effort to work out their ... See full summary »
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Anya Fuchs ...  Tango Choreographer2013-2013 1 episode, 2013
Jim Carroll ...  Himself - Host 1 episode, 2014
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Marriage Boot Camp: Bridezillas features five outrageous Bridezillas and their husbands living together in the same house for an extreme marriage boot camp in an effort to work out their marriage demons and answer the burning question - Is their marriage worth saving? Couples whose marriages are on a path to destruction undergo a two-week boot camp run by husband and wife counseling team, Jim and Elizabeth Carroll, and rounded out by counselors Dana Hamman and David Bishop. During this intensive program, these four counselors go head to head with the Bridezillas and their mates, putting them through a progressive series of strategic exercises and drills designed to get at the root of what's destroying their marriages. In the end, couples are faced with the ultimate question: How do you stay married to a Bridezilla?

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January 2013 (USA) See more »

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Breathtakingly Painful Television Torture
16 June 2015 | by jlthornb51See all my reviews

What truly astounds is that the Marriage Boot Camp franchise could actually become even more unpleasant, tawdry, and dishonest than it was originally. Throw in another distasteful and ugly reality show starring monstrous caricatures of human beings like Bridezillas and that is a recipe that could only be appealing to subhuman life forms. The screeching banshees of that horrible show become creatures of examination for the unlicensed mad marriage counselors and are pinned under their microscopes of pain. Since they have no idea how to counsel anyone and are not real therapists, the audience for this sort of trash are in for a drooling treat. The stupid victims of the Bridezillas should have sought pre-marital counseling before they stepped into the personal hell of wedded anti-bliss that obviously awaited them. The suffering and pain of dysfunctional wrecks seems to be a specialty of reality series' and this particular show causes one to crave the relief afforded by a marathon of "Cheaters" episodes.


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