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Honey, We're Killing the Kids 

Social documentary where a family is shown through images, predictions of what their children will look like in the future. Over 4 weeks they are forced to change their lifestyle and eating habits to make a brighter future.
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Samantha Bessudo Drucker ...  Herself - Etiquette Expert 1 episode, 2006
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Social documentary where a family is shown through images, predictions of what their children will look like in the future. Over 4 weeks they are forced to change their lifestyle and eating habits to make a brighter future.

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2006 (USA) See more »

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Life Altering Awesomeness
17 April 2006 | by forteySee all my reviews

Truly the Learning Channel has finally lived up to its lofty title. Admittedly, I have learned how to trade homes with my neighbors and do some redecorating thanks to 75% of the shows on this channel, despite the fact that my neighbors continually call the police on me when I break in and rearrange their bedrooms, but that's beside the point. Finally, thanks to Honey, We're Killing the Kids, I have opened my eyes.

As a young lad, I used to eat little more than bacon and motor oil and as a result I too grew into a bit of an unwashed, bespectacled ne'er-do-well with a penchant for porno, crooked teeth, a rather cheesish funk that clung to me like a baby koala to its mother, and a wall eye. If only this magnificent TLC technology was available to my parents! And if only my parents hadn't sold me to a traveling band of acrobats! Had my parents not sold me and been caring and seen this show and gotten us on the show, I can barely fathom the changes it would have wrought. Doubtlessly, after 3 weeks of eating soy protein and beans I would probably be Brad Pitt right now. And I don't mean I would look like Brad Pitt, I just assume I would be him. And why not, it seems as though TLC possesses reality altering futuristic technology. Or just lame crap. But I hope it's reality altering futuristic technology.

In short, "Honey, We're Killing the Kids" is informative and not remotely ridiculous in any way, shape or form and should not be equated with the televised equivalent of massive head trauma brought on by an alcohol induced sense of invincibility that leads one to try to crack walnuts on the pavement with one's own skull.

Bless you, The Learning Channel, for providing quality, non-sensationalized programming that increases the intelligence of all who watch and does not make me wish someone would insert a Braun hand blender into one of my head cavities and whip my brain into the right consistency to appreciate something so absolutely pathetic and devoid of soul. You rock!


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