Not much point to my thread, but is anyone else with me on this? I've been sitting in front of the tv for over an hour adjusting costumes. It was bad enough being subjected to Robyn McGraw shamelessly promoting her new skincare range on Dr Phil, but the Drs...thought i'd give it a go but I only made it through 10 minutes. I find it so contrived. They all talk too loudly. And that plastic surgeon - is he actually made of plastic?
Feel better now. Back to my sewing...
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19-06-2014 13:20 #1
The Doctors. I can't abide it
19-06-2014 13:31 #2
I don't like the show either.
But strangely I often find myself watching it, saying "I hate this show"
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19-06-2014 13:49 #3Senior Member
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I saw one episode where a pregnant lady had written to the show wanting advice about dealing with labour pain and the advice was to have a caesarean.
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19-06-2014 14:34 #5
Totally with you on this one - hate it and refuse to ever watch it! Makes me think less of the human race when I see the many people in their audience just lapping it up. And Dr Phill is crap now too with his CONSTANT promotion of his books and website, his sons business and now by the sound of it his wife's...... Blerghhhh.
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19-06-2014 15:41 #8Senior Member
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As cringeworthy as Robin McGraw was today, im glad the lady on the show got an awesome makeover. her hubby needs to be booted out! what a douche bag.
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19-06-2014 15:47 #9
19-06-2014 15:57 #10
That really SICKENED me, that Robyn one I mean.
That woman went on for advice and it turns into an advert to make the McGraws even more money?
The saddest thing is I don't think most people would have even twigged!
They make me sick.
It's a long while since I felt like throwing something at the telly.
I can't stand The Doctors either.
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