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Mother of All Evils 

Barbara Mullenix, 56, and daughter Rachel, 16, move to CA. Rachael soon finds a boyfriend, Ian Allen, 21, but Barbara feels jealous and threatened, fueled by her alcoholism. While Barbara ... See full summary »
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Episode credited cast:
Dalton Blaine ... Ian Allen
Lance Channing Lance Channing ... Police Officer
Quinton Flynn ... Narrator (voice)
Lori Kahler Lori Kahler ... Karen Allen
Tania Kennedy ... Party Goer
Lane Kwederis Lane Kwederis ... Rachel Mullenix
Barbara Mullenix Barbara Mullenix ... Self - Victim (archive footage)
Rachael Mullenix Rachael Mullenix ... Self - Suspect (archive footage)
David Seymour Neuman David Seymour Neuman ... Friend
Bradley Rhodes ... Steve Mack
Stephen W. Tenner ... Bruce Mulinex
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Barbara Mullenix, 56, and daughter Rachel, 16, move to CA. Rachael soon finds a boyfriend, Ian Allen, 21, but Barbara feels jealous and threatened, fueled by her alcoholism. While Barbara can be difficult and abusive, she and Rachael are very close. Still, in 2006, an odd "love triangle" develops--and since three is always a crowd--one will have to go. Written by M. Dalgetti

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Toxic femininity
5 March 2021 | by anthonyjlangfordSee all my reviews

An evil child isn't born but created. In this case, in the first instance by doting parents, then by an obsessive narcissist mother who sought to control, dominate and ultimately destroy, those around her. Make no mistake, it's domestic violence. She was responsible for what transpired though her ex husband is not without some culpability as he allowed this toxic person such power and control. He excused her behavior, even supported it by allowing her to live with him, following years of abuse, rather than letting her wear the consequences of her actions. It seems Barbara was never taught no either, just like Rachel.

Still, the apple doesn't fall far from the tree and Rachael seems to have become her mother's daughter. A narcissist who stops at nothing to get her own way.

Poor Ian is a victim too. He will have to pay dearly for his part. Fair enough too. It's not something the average person does. But with two toxic females in his life, he was quickly coerced and condemned.

Good episode with trial footage and interview with the father, who's still soft and making excuses for these toxic women.


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4 January 2014 (USA) See more »

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