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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.Written by
Totally despicable television program that depicts most couples' nightmare of what marriage counseling might be. In real life, such counseling is built upon a foundation of trust and honesty. To build this, the therapist creates an environment of trust. This horrible train wreck uses betrayal, stunts, lie detectors(!), and intruding in-laws to bring marriages down in flames. The "therapists" (unlicensed sadists) commit malpractice and engage constantly in unethical and immoral practices. What is done during the course of this disgusting fiasco is a nothing short of criminal. No reputable, trained counselor outside the Soviet Union would ever use the methods incorporated into this hellish assault on relationships. The human damage is heartbreaking.
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