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Intervention

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I've seen a few episodes here and ther. Some wicked stuff out there!

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I watch it every monday. This weeks was stupid. The lady hitting herself? Big deal let her hit herself if she likes it

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I used to watch it when it was on a different night, but then they switched it to monday and I usually got other things going on. It is a great show. First 48 is my favorite on A&E, but Intervention is pretty good, too.

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If you ever think you have any problems in your life, just watch Intervention and you will realize there many worse off than you - the person with the problem or their families and friends. Sad show, really. I always hope for good reports in the end, but you know most probably relapse... too bad. It really shows how drugs/too much booze/etc. can ruin peoples' lives.

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Great show, watch it all the time

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First 48 is my favorite on A&E

I'm with you on that one. I'll tune in to Intervention here and there too.

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I'll never forget the actually intervention we did on our Cousin 15 years ago. He to this day has never forgiven any of us! He was just talking about the other day again.

I was against it but they made every body attend so I had to be there.

He did have a little Pot problem back then but there wasn't any alcohol or other Drugs involved at all.

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i have watched it since it started, and its a great show. the people are out of control. The lady that hit her self last week was just smoking herself with the comb!

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It's a heck of a good show, it shows that this stuff is so real and it affects a lot of people.

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yep, I watch it,, as I have a son right now who's struggling with addictions. it hits home more often than not,,

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