The Ex-Wives Club

TV review by Sierra Filucci, Common Sense Media
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age 15+

Celeb exes help real people deal with divorce.

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Not Realistic

I was just watching this show on ABC, and I was enjoying it up until they poured gallons of gasoline into a lake, then blew up a motor boat. There are several reasons that I take issue with this display of senselessness. For one thing, the show had stated earlier that the woman who was being highlighted had money issues. So, why didn't they SELL the boat and give her the money?! Another thing, with all of the gasoline that they dumped into that lake, what about the ecosystem that the lake supports? Do they not realize the damage that they're causing by doing that? Granted, it makes for great TV drama, it is not realistic and not something that I would want young women thinking is alright. Also, Marla Maples should have taken a page out of her predecessors book. Ivana Trump said 'Don't get mad, get EVERYTHING!!!' That display shows absolutely NO class!!!

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