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jangbones - 2012-01-06

I saw an episode from this season with a family, mom and two kids, living in their hoarder house completely infested with cockroaches. All through the living space. Somebody moved a picture on the wall and cockroaches just scattered everywhere. It was one of most horrifying things I've ever witnessed.

Riskbreaker - 2012-01-06

with fire

Shanghai Tippytap - 2012-01-06

So that's it? I've never seen an episode of hoarding, but I assumed that the fine folks at TLC would bring in a shrink or a moving crew and clean the shit out of these peoples houses and they'd be happy forever. Instead I get a sensationalized look at some narcissistic jersey boat cougar and her ruined daughter's broken life.

spikestoyiu - 2012-01-06

They usually bring in one or two shrinks and a cleaning crew.

The Townleybomb - 2012-01-07

The best one was a guy whose hoard included a homeless crack addict living in a shipping container in his yard. When they got the whole family together, the homeless guy was the ONLY voice of reason.

dairyqueenlatifah - 2012-01-07

So wait, there's Hoarders on A&E, and now Hoarding: Buried Alive on TLC?

Jesus TLC, how did you manage to not get sued over this?

wtf japan - 2012-01-07

It's brilliant really. They wait until the family is backed into a legal corner by the state, and then the television producers offer them the only means by which they can save their home and possessions (free clean-up/disposal). At that point, they really have no choice but to sign the waiver and expose their squalor and psychoses to the world. The best part is that their mental illnesses usually prevent them from letting the clean-up crew restore their property to an acceptable condition, so they lose all their shit anyway *AND* get publicly humiliated.

It's television gold!

CIWB - 2012-01-07

Hoarding: Buried Alive actually came first. It was just a single documentary about Hoarding, then A&E introduced an entire series around the concept, and now TLC is getting on the gravy train.

These shows are fascinating and disgusting, and will serve as great historical resources when future Chinese historians are chronicling the decline and fall of America.

Albuquerque Halsey - 2012-01-07

What's the best way to burn a house? I'm thinking some kind of flameproof tent covering the entire house with a ash separator/ cinder filter on top, with a series of vents/blowers on the bottom to kindle it like a furnace. Light, burn to a powder, remove tent, load the ash into a truck, launch ash into the Sun.

Binro the Heretic - 2012-01-08

Nope. Nope. Nope. Not gonna watch. Nope.

Preload image alone made me claustrophobic and I can already feel imaginary bugs crawling on me.

No way.

Jet Bin Fever - 2012-01-12

Humans living in utter filth. They should save themselves the trouble and just sprawl out in a pig sty.

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