Marriage Boot Camp is turned upside down when reality TV's most notorious couples come knocking for help with their struggling relationship. Notorious troublemakers work out their partnership issues during extreme relationship therapy. Secrets, lies, fear and betrayal rule the house like never before, forcing Boot Camp Directors Jim & Elizabeth Carroll to pull out all the stops to save these relationships. —Anonymous
This is actual evil taking place
Shows like this harm the public and do not contribute to society. If you oppose this view, you're a criminal. There is no nice way to put it. Take a good look at yourself for a few and you will come to an unfortunate understanding of your state of affairs. Ish Major is a criminal with a pretence. A pure sociopath, he prances around with slowed speech and a soft act to lure his victims and use them for his material gain. He has done so much exploitation through this platform that this display via show is neither amusing nor insightful to the audience. It unintentionally shines a light on the exploitation that takes place in society by watching the guy who expects us to watch the people he's exploiting instead. It's a tragic comedy, where Ish Major is the tragic villain that has no intention to do better by continuing to bank on this. The things that people do for money because money is symbolic of all desires satisfied. It is an attack on the culture of human well being with. And thank God, that it has randomly come to the light by being part of a show, thinking this behaviour was going to entertain and educate. It allows the viewers to be weary of these charlatans and insecure predators out in public.
- Mar 6, 2021
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