Hoarders, Season 3HDClosed Captioning
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The hit A&E series Hoarders returns in season three to take a fascinating look inside the lives of people whose inability to part with their belongings is so out of control that they are on the verge of a personal crisis. Whether they’re facing eviction, jail time, divorce, or even death, these hoarders are desperately in need of help. Each episode of Hoarders — the first and most-watched series about people struggling with extreme hoarding — follows two people struggling to overcome their compulsive behaviors while experts work to put them on the road to recovery. For some, throwing away even the tiniest possession is so painful that they won’t be able to complete the cleaning process. For others, professional help and an organizer’s guidance give them the strength to recover. At the end of each episode find out who has been able to keep their hoarding behavior at bay and who, despite help, is still lost inside this painful disease.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAdella / Teri||Just weeks before he died, Adella's estranged husband asked their daughter to help her mother clean up one last time. Adella's hoarding has already cost her a previous house, her marriage and relationships with her children. Now, despite years of conflict, her daughters feel they must honor their father by helping to save their mother's home from being condemned by the city. Teri's husband is so fed up with her hoarding that he is threatening divorce. The couple's two young children are forced to live in a home so cluttered that the front door doesn't fully open. They suffer from severe asthma, and each child shares a bed with parents who no longer speak with one another. Conditions are so bad that Dr. Zasio feels legally compelled to call Child Protective Services soon after arriving at the home.||44:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGordon & Gaye / Sir Patrick||Gordon and Gaye, along with their two grown children, have been given 72 hours to vacate their house. City Code Enforcement has served them with a condemnation notice if they don't clean up a lifetime of hoarding. Animal Control has removed seven cats with no possibility of regaining any of them without cleaner living conditions. Now they are forced to clean up or risk permanently losing both their home and their pets. Sir Patrick is living in a treasure trove of a hoard that he fondly refers to as Camelot. Every inch of his home is filled with his treasures--goblets, dolls, oriental inlay screens, fountains and artwork that have put him in debt to the point where his church is now paying his electric bills. Sir Patrick hopes to stave off bankruptcy by auctioning off his prized possessions--but are they truly worth what he thinks?||44:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRobin / Ken||The stench emanating from Robin's home can be smelled from the street. The garbage inside is piled from floor to ceiling and the house is literally caving in around it. The hoard is so bad that the city has condemned the house and has plans to demolish the property and send Robin and her father a bill for $30,000. They have resorted to sleeping in cars, parks and now a low income housing development. Robin's only hope of saving her home is to clean it out. Ken is just weeks from a court date where he faces six months in jail if he doesn't clean up his home and yard. His hoarding has strained his marriage and his wife and three-year-old son moved out when Child Protective Services started to investigate. The kitchen is filled with old food. Piles in the house and yard are three to five feet high and neighbors have complained of rats, mice, roaches and other infestations. Ken must clean up now or pay the ultimate price.||44:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoCarolyn / Jo||Carolyn's seven-year-old daughter is so distraught about her mother's hoarding that she has been leaving notes around the house saying, "It would be better off if I were killed." Carolyn must get control of her hoarding or face not only Social Services but perhaps a much more tragic consequence. Jo's house is a collector's dream, filled with thousands of plates, crosses, pots, glassware, and clocks. But her hoard is destroying her marriage of 48 years to her husband, Ed. He feels robbed of his retirement and has moved out once. If Jo does not address the problem, the marriage could be over.||44:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|5||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLaura / Penny||She has terminal cancer and is in fragile health, but sleeping or resting is nearly impossible for Laura. The only open spot she can lay her head on is two-thirds of the living room couch. A couch surrounded by plastic bins, toys, boxes, scrapbooking and crafts supplies, rotting furniture, magazines, and a carpet stained by cat urine. Laura's hoarding has put a huge strain on her relationship with her husband and her daughters. She knows this is her last chance to unburden her family from her mess and give them back a home free of clutter and misery. Penny is a 44-year-old single mom of two. Her three-bedroom home is so hoarded that her toddler son has been forced to sleep with her on the living room couch. Her refrigerator doesn't work and there's a terrible smell in her older son's bedroom. Penny has already had run-ins with Child Protective Services. Now she lives in fear that CPS will show up and remove her children.||44:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|6||HDClosed CaptioningVideoVula / Lisa||Vula is hoarding more than 30 sickly cats that have completely destroyed her home. They have used every square inch of the house as a litter box, including the kitchen, which is filled with piles of hoarded food. Animal Control and the city attorney have now stepped in, leaving Vula no choice but to clean up or face eviction and the demolition of her home. Lisa, a 30-year-old fifth grade teacher, has already lost one job by bringing her hoard from home to the classroom. She now fears that her current job is at stake and that her three-year relationship with her boyfriend is suffering. As her mother and sister help with the clean-up it becomes clear that hoarding runs deeper in the family than anyone has been willing to admit.||43:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|7||HDClosed CaptioningVideoKathleen / Margree||Kathleen's hoard is so bad that her son gave up his college scholarship for fear of leaving his 16-year-old sister home alone with their mother. The kitchen doesn't function and the hoard is being used to support sagging doorways to unusable rooms. Now Kathleen's sister Paula will use her law degree to petition the courts to remove her 16 year-old niece from the home unless Kathleen cleans up. Margree married a minister two years ago, but her home was so hoarded he was never able to move in. Out of frustration over her unwillingness to clean, he has separated from her and now rents his own apartment. He is giving her one last shot to clean, or the marriage is over.||43:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|8||HDClosed CaptioningVideoDawn / Linda||After losing a cousin on 9/11, Dawn's hoarding spiraled out of control, filling much of the house and part of the yard. The city will impose fines of $1000/day if she doesn't clean up. And her husband, worried what Child Protective Services would do if they knew the full extent of the hoard, has threatened to take their two teenage daughters and leave. Linda's hoard is so bad that her diabetic husband is unable to maneuver through the home by himself. On most days, while she is at work, he is confined to an upstairs bedroom with little access to food and water. If Linda does not address her hoarding now their daughter will have her father removed by Adult Protective Services and cut off all contact with her mother.||53:22||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|9||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTami / George||Tami is battling cancer and her last hope for survival is a bone marrow transplant. But the condition of her home is getting in the way of her treatment. Years breeding hundreds of rats has left rodent feces and hair covering every surface, and her floor to ceiling hoard has driven her children from her life. Now her home must be cleaned out so she has a place to recuperate, or sadly, to die. George has hundreds of unfinished projects spread about the family farm. They fill a garage, a barn, a basement and even spill out across the property. His hoarding his strained relationships with his siblings, his wife, and his daughters, and now he faces stiff penalties and jail time if he can't get the property in order.||44:25||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|10||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMary Lynn / Ingrid||Mary Lynn's 14 year-old-son Jacob would rather be in foster care than live with his own mother in her hoarded house. He recently fabricated a story about his mother beating him as a means of getting Child Protective Services involved. CPS now makes regular visits to the house and if Mary Lynn doesn't make progress fast she could lose her son forever. Home shopping junky, Ingrid, has let her hoarding take over her home. Unopened boxes fill rooms to the point that it is impossible to use almost the entire house. For years she's been suffering from a range of mysterious illness, and the source is hiding under all the clutter.||43:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|11||HDClosed CaptioningVideoTheresa / Karen||Not even losing several inches of her intestine to gangrene has stopped Theresa from hoarding and eating expired food. She has also spent the bulk of her husband's retirement funds on thousands of luxury handbags and shoes. If she doesn't get her hoarding under control, and sell off some of her belongings, she and her husband face certain foreclosure on their home. 42 year-old Karen was once a prominent attorney, but after losing her three month-old baby to SIDS, her world crumbled and she resorted to drugs, alcohol and hoarding to ease the pain. Because she has attempted suicide in the past, her husband lives in constant fear for her life, and each day amidst the hoard is an uphill battle for Karen's survival.||43:30||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|12||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAl / Julie||Al used to take his three-year-old son dumpster diving, but Child Protective Services recently removed the child from his home. Al's hoarding has become such an eye-sore that he's also facing $2,500 a day in fines by the county. Julie's hoarding has reached such great heights that no one realized a homeless woman was living among the mounds of stuff in her basement. Her husband harbors years of resentment that explode into heated arguments on a daily basis. Now Julie must address her hoarding or her husband will leave her.||43:19||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|13||HDClosed CaptioningVideoLloyd / Carol||Lloyd's home is so filled that he's been forced to live in one of the many trailers on his property. He's now facing $150,000 in fines from the county if he doesn't clean up his 2.5 acre hoard. If Carol doesn't clean up, her husband, Kelvin, will divorce her. Kelvin has already moved out of his bug and vermin infested home only to return temporarily for the sake of his teenage daughter. If the piles of garbage and paper, and the infestations aren't cleaned up soon, Kelvin will leave his wife for good.||43:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|14||HDClosed CaptioningVideoArline / Carolyn||Arline's hoard has reached such immense proportions that her six-foot-three husband Richard has been sleeping in his car each night in the oppressive heat of a Hawaii summer. He is trying to recover from heart and prostate surgery in the car because it's a better option for him than the inside of his home. Carolyn's family is about to press charges against her for theft if she doesn't come clean with her hoard and return stolen items to the appropriate owners. Carolyn's "finders, keepers" behavior has reached such extremes that her grown children have locked her out of their homes.||43:28||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|15||HDClosed CaptioningVideoJim / Susan||On August 6th, the Police, the Fire Department, C.P.S. and Code Enforcement all descended upon Jim's house and told his family it was uninhabitable. Because of decades of hoarding, he is estranged from his siblings and his children. If he does not clean up now, Jim and his wife will be homeless and the grandchildren that he has custody of will become wards of the state. A towering hoard that included hundreds of dolls forced Susan and Bill out of their home and into a hotel. Now they have depleted all their funds, including their retirement account, and have moved back in, forcing a critically ill Bill to sleep on the basement floor. Their daughter has threatened to call Adult Protective Services if the hoard doesn't get cleaned up soon.||43:26||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|16||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAndrew / Shania||Andrew's home is an eyesore in a neighborhood of million dollar homes. The exterior and interior are completely hoarded, there's no running water, and Andrew has allowed a homeless man to create a makeshift shelter in his front yard. Now Andrew's brother has called Adult Protective Services. He must clean up or they will remove him and all his belongings from the home without his consent. 14-year-old Shania has three rooms filled with broken toys and old clothes that she refuses to get rid of--behavior she learned from her parents Belinda and Kevin. All three are hoarders. But now mom Belinda, depressed about the situation, has threatened to leave if they don't ALL address their hoarding and get help.||43:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|17||HDClosed CaptioningVideoAndrew / Lydia||19-year-old Andrew's mother is a hoarder, and after living in the hoard his entire life, he has learned no other way to live. Stuck in a hoarded house, with no job, no motivation and no direction, Andrew says he needs to get his hoarding under control now in order to have a chance at a normal life. Lydia's son Michael was critically injured in a car accident and is about to be discharged from the hospital. If she doesn't clean her property to make room for him in her hoarded house, he will be transferred to a nursing home.||43:24||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|18||HDClosed CaptioningVideoMary & Mary Ann||Mary has blown through over $200,000 of an inheritance buying items for the consignment shop she owns. But many of the items never make it from her hoarded home into her cluttered store. Her family says she will go broke by January unless she immediately gets help with her shop and her house. Mary Ann's hoard is so out of control that her husband of 42 years will divorce her unless she cleans up. Their constant fighting over the hoard has taken this once loving couple and turned their lives into a battleground.||43:26||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|19||HDClosed CaptioningVideoHannah / Kathy & Gary||Hannah has hoarded herself and her 200 chickens out of her house and is now living with the chickens in a windowless, unheated trailer. As winter sets in, she and her chickens face freezing to death if their original home is not cleaned out so they can all move back in. In addition to the chickens, Hannah has an assortment of farm animals, some of which are in horrible shape and need immediate attention. When Levana and Todd rented out their newly purchased dream home to make ends meet, they had no idea that their tenants, Kathy and Gary, would hoard the home and destroy it by letting 30 rabbits run loose inside the house. Unbelievably, the homeowners are willing to give the hoarders a second chance if they clean up their act.||43:29||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|20||HDClosed CaptioningVideoGlen / Lisa||A collection of 2500 free-roaming rats have hoarded Glen out of his home and into a shed on his property. Originally bred as pets, the rat collection spun out of control upon the death of his wife. Now Glen needs help removing the animals so he can return home, but he has insisted that they be saved and adopted out. Lisa has hoarded her father's house both inside and out. More than 30 cats roam freely through the clutter and he is threatening to evict her and her pets. Lisa will not be allowed back in until she cleans the house, and gets rid of her dozens of animals.||43:27||$2.99||View in iTunes|
I have to ask ... what happened to episode 17? Is it a glitch on the iTune website or was episode 17 omitted somehow?
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- Genre: Reality TV
- Released: Sep 06, 2010
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