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I gave this a 3 instead of a 1 only because I do like the actors when they were on other shows. But way too much negativity about everything. The kids, your husband, your weight, the neighbors, even the crossing guard. Move already. She has a comment about everything and everyone.
I am not sure how this show is going to make it. I was hoping for a hidden message somewhere during the show. The last 30 seconds she finally says something nice about the family.
How much does she actually weigh? I have struggled with my weight for years along with a lot of friends and family, and you have her acting like she is 500lbs. Enough already. I have lost interest, it got old very fast. Episode 4 is my last one.
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