Watch a preview as the residents prepare to leave sober living to transition back into the real world. Tune-in Thursday at 10/9c for the finale!
Seth and Mike, if you have relapsed, please don't use it as an excuse to fall back into fullblown addiction. I wanted to kill myself when I finally came down from my relapse; I was so dissapointed with myself. But instead I surrounded myself with people who love me no matter what. NO JUDGEMENT!! They understand it's a BATTLE and everyone makes mistakes. And that crucifying them for it doesn't do anything but make it worse!! It makes us addicts say WTF! I might as well keep on using!! People are ALWAYS going to think I'm a piece of ****, that I don't deserve understanding and forgiveness. But guys I do understand and believe that you are worth more than what you are settling for! "Keep coming back, It works if YOU work it!" And I use the AA montra for drugs(i.e. crack) "One is TOOOO Much, and a thousand is NEVER enough"!! And we can NEVER forget that!! We are never going to be stronger than the addiction! Best Wishes to you both!!
I am a freshly recovering addict and HAVE to say to some of the people who have commented; that unless you are a severe addict yourself, you just need to keep your negative opinions to YOURSELF!!!!!!! Addiction is a chronic disease; and medically ackowledged as such. And until you have been there yourself, you will NEVER truely understand the SICKNESS!!! It is a daily battle. I had 8 months clean and let my guard down and went somewhere I know better than to go; to test myself, and failed miserably!!!
And to the person bashing Mike about Laynes death; DO YOU HAVE ANY IDEA HOW IT FEELS TO LIVE EVERYDAY WITH OVERWHELMING GUILT?? IT EATS YOU ALIVE!!!!!!!
Worried about Mike, Dennis and Heidi. I have really high hopes for Tom though! And I just saw Steven Adler in the finale episode! He looks great!
Hi, Mike I'm with you. Methadone is very hard to kick and takes a long time. Good luck all of you.
Steph, I'm with you... I too feel like I know these people. Rather than just some fake reality show about who went shopping where, who went to dinner with who, etc... in this we get to see some real emotion, real feeling, real physical pain that helps us connect with who these people are on the inside. Mike is my biggest worry. I'm not sure he has the inner strength yet to fight his demons on his own without the rest of the house there to help him along. What worries me even more about that is the fact that Mike is at a point where if he continues the drugs he will most likely be seen next on the news as another celeb dead from overdose. I would give anything to see him succeed, and if he doesn't make it it will be so heart wrenching. As for Dennis, I'm really not sure what to think. Maybe I'm wrong, but when he speaks of how he's not an alcoholic and how alcohol won't kill him, I see something in his eyes that makes me think he himself doesn't really believe what he's saying. I think he knows deep inside that he has a problem. I see it as 50/50 with him... 50% chance he'll just keep on drinking... 50% chance he'll surprise us all and go the sober route. I wish I could make myself believe every single one of them will stay sober, but sadly I know that's not true. ;( Everyone on this show is in my thoughts, and I wish nothing but the best for them all.
Dr. Drew Pinsky forms production company
Will produce unscripted shows featuring doctor, other talent
By James Hibberd
April 28, 2010, 02:48 PM ET
Dr. Drew Pinsky (Getty)
One of the most prominent faces in reality TV, Dr. Drew Pinsky, is forming his own production company.
Dr. Drew Productions will produce unscripted shows featuring the celebrity doctor and other talent. Pinsky will partner with his longtime manager Howard Lapides on the venture.
The first project is a pilot, "Estranged With Dr. Drew," where couples decide if they want to reunite or separate. The pilot is being shopped with Picture This TV.
Dr. Drew is the star of VH1's "Celebrity Rehab" franchise and hosts MTV's "Sex ... With Mom and Dad." He's one of the few reality TV talents to attempt to make the leap into producing, a trail blazed by fellow radio veteran Ryan Seacrest.
For someone called Sunnie40 you sure are gloomy.You may be right though.
Its sad to say, but it doesnt look good for some of the residents. Dennis will be on the page of some paper or magazine with a bottle in his hand. He needs some intense help. Heidi will be using again and Mike will go running back to the drugs as sson as he steps out the door of that house.
After us all watching sober house I am sure I am not alone when i say I feel like i personally know these people. I'm gonna miss the show and them. I wish them the best of luck and strength to continue to be sober. I wish i could be there just to give them some courage. It seems to me like Dennis is just not interested in taking the time to become sober. What i do fear for is Mike Starr. After watching the show it's sad to see some in denial still. I wish him the best of luck. I hope he knows how much everyone supports and cares for him. He said in the first season of Celebrity rehab that he got his high before from fans screaming his name. He didnt need drugs. Well Mike. Here I am and thousands of others screaming your name. Screaming out our support and love with hope that you have the strength to get through this. "Mike let's be honest your dying from addiction." I hope we don't lose you Mike. You have far too many people supporting you. Nancy clearly showed how much you mean to her and how much she wants you to stay sober. We love you. So goodluck to the entire cast with all that they do in life. God Bless and I hope each one of you remains sober and lives an amazing life.
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