Hello, Becky Jo and Carbon underscore 13! (and anyone else that chooses to read) Welcome to your Hoarders recap/though provoking insights. Will there be poop? That's the question on everyone's mind.
Doug–Milwaukee, WI adopted kids. Special needs son. Oh shit...this will be a rough recap.
His adopted son was born addicted to coke. Reaction Attachment Disorder, fits and outbursts. Oh holy crap. The boy is beating the crap out of everyone. His sister, Doug. The hoarding is making the boy sicker. For having a kid in the house that likes the throw things he makes it easy to find plastic chairs and crap toss around. OH MAN. The boy just gnawed on his Dad's arm!
There's something off about this guy's face.
Is Myron Doug's boyfriend?
Just blew snot onto his Dad's arm! NO! NO! NO! This is worse than poop.
Why is his son wearing a giant winter jacket inside? Makes me hot just looking at him. That probably makes him feel even more trapped. It's all puffy.
Does this kid even have special needs? I think he's just a big time hater of hoarding. He's fine everywhere else.
He's given up on making a path for his daughter to get into bed. Why did he adopt those kids just to have them living in this? That's cruel.
This guy is also calling himself a micro-manager. Last week a perfectionist and this week a filthy micro-manager.
Doug won't throw away dolls. He's trying to pin it on his daughter and she was totally cool with throwing them away. Oh Doug.
PEE. The kids room smells like pee. Because they wet their beds. Oh god. Urine mattress. Poor kids.
Kids are home. Nate hasn't beaten anyone yet. Oh. There we go. The house is clean though.
Now Nate isn't throwing things, but he's cursing like a sailor...It's a step in the right direction.
June from Cali. She's a full-time student and social worker assistant.
June was a teen mom! She got pregnant at 14.
She lives in a trailer that was left to her by her Grandma. That's a sad inheritance.
She has Rainbow Brights, pencils with emotional attachments, sentimental value on cat clocks.
Her daughter is 13. Her name is TORI! Tori knows her Mom is a weirdo. She wants out at 18.
It's the Tonya Harding look-alike hoarding specialist. She talks in a weirdly soft voice. Sort of like how people talk in my dreams. It's both soothing and unsettling. Whisper talking.
Popples! Fuck I loved those things. I had Party Popple. They were your cuddly friend that you could also kick around like a ball.
"My Dad might want all of these since he has a camper." Hoarder
There are "Ask Dad" "Ask Cousin" piles. Pretty sure they are going to say "no thanks" on the garbage.
Uh oh. Tori is a hoarder!!! Keeping a shit ton of ill fitting clothes.
June's Mom, Tori's Grandmother is confessing that it might be her fault that her daughter (and now her Grandaughter) are hoarders. Ok. I blame you too just cuz of that weird kerchief you're wearing.
Tori is getting all snotty about her mom having emotional attachments to lamps. BUT Tori is doing the same thing!
"I'm a teenager. It doesn't matter how much my lamps match" Yes it does, Tori!
I really do think we're focusing a bit too much about the lamps.
Why is The Wolfman advertising so hard during Hoarders? It's like Hoarders sponsored by The Wolfman.
"We're having troubles with stuffed animals related to the past." Hoarding expert.
It's clean now. She has a boyfriend?! WTF? Where was he? He should have helped clean and explained why he dates a hoarder.
Next week a guy is hoarding guns. And he could snap.